Upscale and family friendly perfectly situated between ski valley and downtown

  • 7 bedrooms
  • 6 bathrooms


A spectacular picturesque getaway on a five-acre property suitable for a romantic getaway or for a large family with plenty of room to spare. The greater than 5000 SQF Castillo with a 3000 SQF palacio (main house) and a 2000 SQF casita (guesthouse) are built in an eco-friendly fashion with super energy efficient fashion solar cistern, trombe walls. This healthy, comfortable and energy efficient home is located in Taos midway between the ski valley and the from downtown. Enjoy the magnificent views of sunrises over Taos Mountain and sunsets from one of the many porches overlooking the mountains, pastureland and the Arroyo Hondo. Location is incredible: on the prestigious and desirable North side of Taos. Easy to reach the new Taos Ski Valley and the newly expanded airport. The main house can sleep up to eight with an expansive master suite and three beautifully designed bedrooms, each with a queen sized bed and three and one-half bathrooms. The main house is equipped with a beautiful living area and a fully functional gourmet kitchen with granite and butcher-block counters. In the casita, the newly renovated kitchen and newly remodeled bathroom have granite and concrete countertops and porcelain floors. The guest house sleeps up to seven with a king sized bedroom and a sleeping area with five twin beds. The casita also has a large Artist yoga studio built for northern light. Bring the whole family, room to spare! Taos was first inscribed in history by Juan Belarde, secretary to Don Juan de Onate in 1598, when he wrote, "this day, after mass, we went on to the province of the Taos which they also called Tayberon and others". He had heard the Picuris Indians pointing to the northeast; say that their relatives the "Tao" lived yonder. Subsequently, by 1760 the Village was named "Don Fernando de Taos" by the Spanish settlers. Historians believe the name is attributed to Captain Don Fernando de Chavez, one of the leading settlers prior to the rebellion, who owned the land currently, know as the Cristobal de la Serna land grant. Don Fernando never returned following the rebellion. Taos is now a community overflowing with a long proud history, three cultures living side by side, and a heritage of colorful people. Its diversity makes Taos a very interesting and desirable place to live and do business


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