565 county road 75
Gorgeous modern 2 bedroom home on 4.5 acres of arable & grazable prairie land, in a lush mountain lined valley by a forest with a river running through it. A rare idyllic homestead or pied-à-terre in the historic Spanish land grant founded town of Truchas, established in 1754, where culture and tradition have stayed true against the test of time. The house is roughly 1,000 square feet with high ceilings, concrete floors, generous windows, an open floor plan with a pitched roof freshly maintained, baseboard electric heat, new appliances and its own private well & septic. The home is all electric so no gas & its primed to go solar & ready to go off grid. Country living with modern comfort. Water rights from an acequia could make this a farmer's paradise. Perimeter fencing is great for dogs or small livestock in this horse friendly neighborhood and has space to accommodate a barn and more. Ready to make your agrarian dreams come true. Fun facts & features: The Carson National Forest is just across the road, and access to trails for hiking and horse riding abound. Taos and Sipapu Ski resorts, the Truchas Peaks, Santa Cruz Lake, and other natural and cultural attractions are close by, as are the towns of Taos, Chimayo, Penasco and several Pueblos. The film Milagro Beanfield War was filmed just down the way, and Janice Joplin lived down this road at one time! Lots of history, culture, natural beauty, water, and agriculture potential on this glorious piece of land.
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