Amid the foothills and beautiful clean air of Truchas, on the scenic High Road to Taos, at an impressive altitude of 8,000 feet, this rare 1.89-acre property affords many intriguing and exciting possibilities. Consisting of a 5,000-square-foot general store—built in 2016 of adobe and frame and featuring hand-finished custom doors, fixtures, and architectural elements—two adobe residences, and a greenhouse, it would be ideal for a farm-to-table restaurant—the previous restaurant was certified organic when it was in operation—a coffee shop, a general mercantile, a gallery, a bed-and-breakfast, or another unique gathering place. Truchas is a quaint, European-like village perched on a canyon with a view of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The village has a rich history—it was founded in 1754 as part of a Spanish land grant—and today is home to numerous art galleries. The Academy Award–winning 1988 film “The Milagro Beanfield War” was also filmed nearby. The High Road to Taos attracts many visitors year-round, particularly during the summer, when bike and motorcycle tours travel to Taos and Santa Fe, stopping in the village for rest and refreshment.