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Formerly known as "The Children's Workshop", this creative and versatile space is looking for an innovative new owner to re-imagine this property once used for education, performance art, clay workshops, summer camps and other artistic endeavors. There is a significant Raku kiln on-site. The Anagama Kiln was built in 1999 by the ceramics program at UNM with contributions from local businesses including Santa Fe Clay, NM Clay and Coyote Clay. The original adobe, passive solar structure was built in 1977 as a schoolhouse, a community effort and the first school to serve the Madrid/Cerrillos area. In the 1980s and 1990s, a casita and upgraded plumbing were added. There is a new private well and a bath and kitchen in the main home. There is a bath in the casita. Several detached shade structures with metal roofing could be used for multiple purposes, such as barn, workshop or storage. A one-of-a-kind offering, this property was a center for creative community energy. While in need of significant work, the basics are in place to create a home and guest house. Nestled in a scenic canyon below Highway 14, there is access directly off the Turquoise Trail near one of the most popular visitor stops along this National Scenic Byway - historic Madrid, with restaurants, galleries and a general store. Also near the 1,100 acre Cerrillos Hills Park. Owner financing available for qualified buyers. Membership to El Vadito Water hauling coop included in addition to the private well.