This well-loved and -maintained off-the-grid home allows its owners to appreciate the beauty of the natural surroundings and Jemez Mountains, admire sunsets and incredible weather patterns, respect the land, and enjoy a quiet, private existence. Sited on 18 beautiful acres just outside the village of Madrid—not far from both Santa Fe and Albuquerque—the 2,737-square-foot, two-story Pueblo-style home was built in 1984 and offers four bedrooms, a generous living room with vigas and a fireplace, a dining area, a butler's pantry, an office, a viewing deck off the primary suite, and an enclosed backyard with a portal. Other highlights include a gated drive, a kennel or workshop, a partially finished studio or loft, a small greenhouse, a shed, an RV parking pad, a 3,000-gallon above ground water cistern, a 1,000-gallon privately-owned propane tank, and a 48 volt solar system that takes advantage of New Mexico’s 300 days of sunshine every year. Famed restaurants, delightful cultural attractions, shops, and health-care facilities are less than an hour away. Two additional adjoining parcels totaling 100 acres are also available for purchase. The property is eligible for automatic admittance to the Turquoise Trail Charter School.