On 3 acres of beautiful land covered in mature Pinon and Juniper trees with breathtaking views of Taos Mountain, the main home and guest house provide unchecked privacy and comfort. The Pueblo-style main house, built in 1993 with adobe construction, has radiant in-floor heating, Aspen latilla and viga ceilings, flagstone and solid wood floors, and diamond plaster walls. The Kiva fireplace adorns the inset living room with large bancos for fireside enjoyment. The detached guest house – built in 2007 and designed with all the bells and whistles of the Pueblo Revival style – has radiant in-floor heating, custom plaster walls, high ceilings of rough sawn lumber and large Vigas, tiled counter tops, and big picture windows for enjoying the spectacular mountain views. The owned grid tie solar system keeps electricity bills very low and provides most of the electricity used. The opportunity to purchase a unique and well established home like this one does not come often, come take a look at this home while you still can!