Tucked behind Tesuque Village Market, this retreat is a true treasure. With four homes on three separately deeded lots, the estate would make a wonderful expansive private compound but could also be divided into separate properties for individual ownership. One home, dating to the 1950s, offers one bedroom and bath, frame construction, traditional wood-beam ceilings, and bright, open living spaces. The second is a two-bedroom, one-bath residence dating to the late 1800s; it features vigas, a kiva fireplace, portales, and other classic New Mexican details. Built in the 1900s and featuring two bedrooms and one bath, the third home has a kiva fireplace, soothing plaster walls, and vigas. Exemplifying northern New Mexico style, the 1950s-era residence boasts a classic pitched roof, two bedrooms, one bath, and a charming backyard. An acequia runs through the acreage, which also includes space for gardens and an orchard where apples, pears, cherry, peach, grape vines, and apricots thrive.