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Hidden off the main paved road through the village of Truchas is this special mountain property, charmingly elegant, meticulously maintained and sited to take advantage of the breathtaking Truchas Peaks and mountain views. A beautifully remodeled adobe home sits on a very rich 11 1/2 irrigated acres with extraordinary views of the Jemez range & the Rio Grande river valley below. This three bedroom adobe home built with a pitched roof, stucco siding, a large covered portal & greenhouse, chicken coop, hay barn with shelter for your horses, tack room and additional storage. The home features inspiring kitchen, brick and tile floors, wood stove, vigas and latillas, colorful bath & an open living area with alluring outdoor spaces including fruit trees & flower beds. The Acequia del Alto de la Rio de Truchas flows through the property. The land currently produces an alfalfa/grass mix hay & offers multiple opportunities for it's owner, gardening, animal grazing or farming. The home was built in 1910 and featured in many of the photos presented in the book, written & photographed by Lisa Law, "Flashing on the Sixties". Located near the High Road to Taos, this area is primarily comprised of small alfalfa/grass hay and pasture farms raising horses & cattle. Easy access to the nearby Carson National Forest, Santa Fe National Forest & the Pecos Wilderness. One hour drive to Santa Fe, Taos and Los Alamos. Nearby attractions include the Ojo Caliente Hot Springs.