20 minutes from either Santa Fe or Los Alamos, CASA LAS BARRANCAS rests in the lush Jacona Valley, proudly framing one of the best views of the Barrancas from John Gaw Meem’s famous portal. This historic Spanish Revival boasts 2 plus bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 living rooms, 4 fireplaces, kitchen, kitchenette, and an office and a studio that could easily serve as additional bedrooms. Its double adobe walls, hand-hewed beams, brick flooring and remarkable portals were developed by the artist Cady Wells, under the guidance of the architect John Gaw Meem. Enhanced by mature gardens, it has it’s own heated and covered private lap pool. It is part of a 10-acre compound with 5 other houses, each sited for maximum privacy and private space. With ample water rights the property features decades of Permaculture practices, 100 foot trees, community vegetable garden, historic chapel, and a two bedroom with kitchen guest house. Casa Las Barrancas also has a 4 acre, federally protected, wetlands. You must see Casa Las Barrancas to fully appreciate its exceptional beauty. NOTE: Currently, the community does allow short term rentals.
Listing courtesy of Efrain Aguirre-Prieto from Santa Fe Properties/Washington
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