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This Medanales adobe home was once the home of a nationally known weaver, Agueda Salazar Martinez. The attached studio with a woodstove was once filled with a loom & traditional hand woven blankets & rugs. Her work is displayed in many public places including the Smithsonian & the Governor's Mansion. The home is 150 years old, appx. 2000 sq. ft. with 2 carports, 2 upper level decks, all constructed of adobe and situated on 11.5 acres with several older outbuildings, a garage workshop area, space for your chickens and a storage building. The 10 irrigated acres are adjacent to the Chama river. Years ago, Chili fields graced the fields now planted in alfalfa and grass. This property could be ideal for many uses and the beauty of the land will bring a smile to your face. If gardening interests you, there are surface irrigation rights from the acequia. Many fruit trees including Pear, Apple, Peach along with strawberries & mulberries. Gardens are filled with perennials under two gigantic apricot trees. There are many areas close by to ride and hike. Less than one hour to Santa Fe & Los Alamos.