35 Kingston Main Street
Bordering the banks of the Middle Percha Creek in the once silver mining village of Kingston, New Mexico, is a lovely home sited upon 2 acres of terraced and lush land. Completely renovated, this 2 bedroom, 2 bath home has retained its’ historic look with plastered adobe walls, yet has updated comforts in the open kitchen and spacious master bath. The flower beds, vegetable and herb gardens are all sprinklered/drip irrigated. The orchard is prized with over 60 apple trees, many of which are heirloom varieties dating from Kingston's mining days in the 1890's.There are 3 wells as well as surface water rights. The town limits abut the Gila National Forest as well as the Aldo Leopold Wilderness. Nearby, the Ladrone Trail, connects to the Continental Divide Trail and many other trails. With plenty of wildlife around, the property is a mecca for bird watching and nature lovers. The property captures treed and green views from the rear deck, siting areas, as well as interior living spaces.