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c. 1900 – Bisbee, AZ – $67,500

500 N Harrison Ave, Bisbee, AZ 85603 - Not For Sale*

THE CACTUS HOUSE. Historic Adobe 2 Bedroom surrounded by a vast fenced yard. Original Douglas Fir floors, beadboard and unique detail throughout. Includes 4 lots, with the most amazing collection of old growth prickly pear cacti, pomegranate trees, oleander and more.

2 Beds // 1 Baths // 1146 Sqft

08/15/2016 // 14 Comments

1930 Pueblo Revival – Santa Fe, NM – $309,000

1039 Camino San Acacio, Santa Fe, NM 87505 - Sold*

Amazing charm in this well built adobe Home! When you walk in the front door you just feel at home. With amazing vigas, well kept original wood flooring and a cozy wood burning fireplace. Such detail craftsmanship that went in to this home. You're blocks away from the World class Galleries & Dining on Canyon Road! Make sure to view, all offers will be reviewed!! ---Motivated Seller---

4 Beds // 1.5 Baths // 1550 Sqft

06/24/2016 // 17 Comments

1941 Pueblo Revival – Santa Fe, NM – $495,000

522 Halona St, Santa Fe, NM 87505 - Sold*

This Classic Adobe home borders the Acequia Madre in the heart of the historic East Side of Santa Fe. The 3 bedroom, 1 bath property has been in the same family since it was built in 1941 and has tons of Santa Fe charm. Fantastic location - close to everything! There is a wonderful entrance courtyard with a portal, a large lush backyard, and off-street parking for 2-3 cars. This property presents many opportunities - it can be used in it's current state, rented, or remodeled (subject to historical approvals). 1,374+/- SF, two wood burning fireplaces, enclosed back porch, single level, good sized fenced back yard. The property is being sold in "As-Is" condition. Call for more info and to schedule a showing!

3 Beds // 1 Baths // 1374 Sqft

06/24/2016 // 7 Comments

1882 – Tombstone, AZ – $149,000

304 E Toughnut St, Tombstone, AZ 85638 - Sold*

This is one of the most historic homes in Tombstone built by Allen English in 1882. This elegant 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is located in the heart of the Historic District. The parlor is home to a late 1880's bar from the original Oriental Saloon. The front windows are the original stained glass windows that Allen English had brought over from Paris for his wife to be placed in their home. Enjoy a bubble bath in the reproduction claw bathtub and the wonderful lighting from the beautiful chandeliers in several rooms of the house. The master bedroom closet is Allen's original Law office. Separate door access to the back of the house for a possible business/living situation. This home is on the National Register of Historic Places.

3 Beds // 2 Baths // 2145 Sqft

11/19/2015 // 7 Comments

Velarde, NM – $269,000

1254 County Rd # 41, Velarde, NM 87582 - Sold*

Great opportunity to own approx. 200 Apple Trees and a historic home in Velarde, NM. This historic adobe home needs to be restored and the blue prints are ready. Apple orchard on property and lush grass fields. Come and feel the history.

2 Beds // 1 Baths // 0

07/16/2015 // 0 Comments

1898 – Hillsboro, NM – $234,500

532 Elenora St, Hillsboro, NM 88042 - Not For Sale*

Own a piece of history in the old gold mining town of Hillsboro! This classic adobe ranch style structure was built by the first Sheriff of Hillsboro; Sheriff Tom Murphy. The house was built in the traditional style of the day with double adobe walls, hipped metal roof and wrap around porch with decorative fretwork on the columns. A separate adobe carriage house now serves as a garage and a later added a spacious one car garage and attached guest quarters could easily be converted into a studio/office or rental unit. A third, smaller structure holds a functioning well. The property also boasts of mature fruit trees. This property is part of he Hillsboro Historic Walking Tour and would be a wonderful retirement home, second home or vacation rental.

2 Beds // 2 Baths // 1580 Sqft

07/11/2014 // 6 Comments

1878 – Lincoln, NM – $545,000

692 Calle La Placita, Lincoln, NM 88338 - Not For Sale*

Built in 1878 and nestled in the scenic Bonito River Valley in historic Lincoln, NM, the Lesnett house was standing during the turbulent Lincoln County War of 1878-1881. The outlaw Billy the Kid was hidden in a flour barrel in the kitchen and later hid under a bed in one of the front rooms when soldiers from nearby Ft. Stanton came into the house pursuing him. Sheriff Pat Garrett once owned a segment of the property. The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of 3 designated historic homes remaining in private ownership in Lincoln. All other have been acquired by state and federal governments. This spacious territorial style 400 sq. ft. adobe home is private yet has good visibility and is zoned business or residential. Features include 12 coved ceilings with vigas, 22 thick adobe walls, kiva fireplace and large bright rooms.

3 Beds // 2 Baths // 4505 Sqft

05/31/2014 // 12 Comments

c. 1890 Adobe – Santa Fe, NM – $279,000

21 Avenida Vieja, Santa Fe, NM 87540 - Not For Sale*

Charming historic adobe in the Galisteo Historic District from ca. 1890! Overlooking and bordering the 85,000 acre Singleton San Cristoval Ranch to the east and dating back more than 120 years this historic one-story, flat-roofed house is listed on the NM State Register of Cultural Properties. It offers an exceptional opportunity to be rehabilitated to its former glory with the potential for tax credits. A jewel in the rough it shows its age gracefully and while it appears to have solid bones built with authentic materials it presents some interesting architectural details and certainly offers lots of romantic charm worth the investment of effort and funds to restore, upgrade and update inside and out. It is priced to be sold in as-is condition.

3 Beds // 1 Baths // 2228 Sqft

04/10/2014 // 14 Comments

1886 Adobe – Cerrillos, NM – $699,000

8 1st St, Cerrilos, NM 87010 - Sold*

Located in the Historic and Commercial district of Cerrillos Village, this double adobe compound is a perfect reflection of the community's love of art as well as the rich culture and history of this unique area just South of Santa Fe. Originally built in 1886 with stonework by the masons that constructed the Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe, the property has been lovingly restored to include a 2,536 sq ft main house with solarium, 458 sq ft guest house with kitchen, 671 sq ft studio/gallery, and an additional 2,384 sq ft of outdoor living space including portals, outdoor kiva fireplace, pergola, garage, cellar and enclosed gazebo. Zoned for commercial uses, the property currently serves as studio and successful gallery along the Scenic Turquoise Trail. Other possible commercial uses may include Bed and Breakfast, artist retreat, expanded gallery and/or retail space. This is a rare live/work opportunity in a pastoral setting with lush gardens within a private enclosed courtyard.

4 Beds // 2.5 Baths // 3666 Sqft

08/08/2010 // 1 Comment