This is a rare opportunity to own a historically significant property near the Taos Plaza. Hacienda de Viernes is a peaceful gated tree-covered compound comprising two residences on eight acres. Built in the late 1800s, the 5,600-square-foot four-bedroom adobe main home was designed for entertaining and has been lovingly enhanced. It offers numerous gathering spaces, two master suites, patios, a heated garage, intricate woodwork, six indoor fireplaces, luxurious tiles, and countless custom features. The charming 2,816-square-foot Pueblo-style guesthouse has an open floor plan with three bedrooms, tile floors, glass doors, and a heated garage and workshop. The property would be ideal as an equestrian estate, private retreat, or bed-and-breakfast. The lush pastures are supported by surface water rights, a natural spring, and an irrigation ditch. While the property is on city water, two wells provide ample water and irrigation rights. Current zoning allows for expansion and development.