Just 5 minutes from Harry's Roadhouse and 10 minutes from Trader Joe's, this enchanting double adobe home sits overlooking the mountains at the end of the Old Santa Fe Trail and was the first adobe John Wolf built in 1980, and the adobe bricks were assembled onsite. With 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3089 sq. ft. and two wood burning stoves, it is a cozy, quiet sanctuary minutes from town. The kitchen was redone in 2008 and opens to the living room and covered portal and views. Nice bedroom separation, and a fabulous magical master suite; which includes sitting area, kitchenette, sauna and opens to an outdoor patio shaded by two ancient apricot trees. Most of the walls have Italian plaster in custom autumn colors, ceilings are vigas, beams and latillas. Also, two storage /workshop sheds and space for a casita!
As the Old Santa Fe Trail winds north, these lovely, heavily-forested communities run alongside. Located in the foothills of the Sangres, the lower elevations provide rolling hills of pinon and juniper with the high-elevation nestled in mountainous terrain. All have wonderful views of the Sandias and famous Santa Fe sunsets. Most lots start at 2.5 acres and some are over ten. The area includes
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