20 DRY CREEK

$870,000

20 DRY CREEK

$870,000

  • 5 beds
  • 3 baths
  • 3834 sqft

Contact Presenting Broker

SIR

Sotheby's International Realty ®

(800) 409-7325

Key Features

  • MLS: 202100055
  • Status: Pending Please Show
  • Price: $870,000
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Full Baths: 3
  • Area: 16-Pojoaque Valley
  • Type: Single Family
  • Acres: 6.2789
  • Guest House: Yes
  • Main House Sqft: 2,743
  • Guest House Sqft: 1,091
  • Total Sqft: 3,834

About this Property

Rarely does a property with this history and charm come on the market. First time on the market in nearly 30 years. The home's original structure was built in the late 1800's with adobe bricks made on the property. The current owners have extensive remodels and nearly doubled the size with a new adobe addition in 2002. The original living room has an authentic latilla ceiling constructed by women from San Ildefonso Pueblo with willow branches collected along the Nambe River. The 2743 sq. foot house is constructed of double adobe walls, hand troweled plaster walls, vigas and/or coved 10 to 12 feet high ceilings, and four lovely new kiva fireplaces. The master bedroom has a romantic kiva fireplace, a walk-in cedar closet, and a large new bathroom with a deep soaking tub and separate shower. There are two smaller bedrooms, bathroom with claw footed tub, formal living room, study, kitchen and pantry, and a large open dining and family room, with a small central courtyard, and French doors opening onto a portal. The deep, inviting portal with fireplace is a perfect setting for outside entertaining most of the year, and has unobstructed sunset views of the Barrancas and the Jemez mountains. There is a charming attached but separate 1094 sq. foot guest house with bedroom, bath, living, dining and family rooms. This entire 6.67 acre property consists of two legally subdivided lots, upon which you could easily build another house. Pre Basin Well *see more in docs

Additional Features

  • Type: Single Family
  • Style: Pueblo
  • Levels: Split or Tri-Level
  • Sewage: Septic
  • Electric: Public
  • Gas: Natural
  • Telephone: On-Site,Underground
  • Horses Allowed: Yes
  • Days On Market: 13
  • Age: 31+ Years
  • Fireplace: Yes
  • Number Fireplaces: Four or more
  • Fireplace Type: Kiva, Wood Burning
  • Cooling: Refrigerator, Central
  • Floor: Brick, Tile, Wood
  • Construction: Adobe, Frame, Pumice/Poured, Stucco
  • Extras: Cooking - Gas, Insulated Windows, Landscaped, Out Buildings, RV Parking Available, Vigas & Beams

Neighborhoods

Nambe Area

The areas to the north between Santa Fe and Taos possess some of the most spectacular and varied landscapes in New Mexico. Beautiful communities line the Taos Gorge and the Rio Grande like Espanola, Velarde & Dixon along what is called the 'Low Road' to Taos. The 'High Road' is a scenic, winding road through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains that runs between Santa Fe and Taos. Among the quaint

Schools

  • Elementary School: Pojoaque
  • Junior High School: Pojoaque Jr High
  • High School: Pojoaque High School

Listing Brokerage

IDX listing

David Horpedahl

N M RE Project/Berkshire Hatha

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