This beautiful home sits in the Chupadero River Valley. The adobe home combines the charm of a traditional pueblo style home with the sophistication of the modern era. The interior of the home is constructed with wood vigas and beam ceilings, thick smooth finish hand plastered walls, tumbled brick floors and antique doors. The house has three bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and privacy. The exterior of the home has an orchard of mature apple trees, landscaped flower gardens with drip irrigation, as well as a network of irrigation channels to allow water from the acequia to flow through the property during watering season. There are two covered portals and two separate patios, providing plenty of options for outdoor relaxation and entertaining. The land of this historic farming community is a prime location for a small homestead compound, with two private wells with senior rights, surface water rights, and a barn to support whatever your vision may be. Approximately 15 minutes from town is close enough to be convenient and far enough away to find peaceful seclusion. Water Rights Information: Well #1 has a priority date of 11/12/1959 with 3.0 afy diversion Well #2 is a pre-basin well with a priority date of 4/15/1956 and 3.0 afy diversion Surface water rights are 1.35 total irrigated acres with 4.526 afy diversion.
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