25 Co Rd 187, Abiquiu, NM 87510, USA, Abiquiu, New Mexico

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Added On:07/22/2020
Last Updated:07/14/2024
1400 sf double adobe with 665 sf studio, solar property with strong well and good water; 14+ acres of pinyon and juniper grasslands
Sustainable HomeAdobeOff the Grid
$395,000Asking Price (USD)
$1,500Annual Property Tax
1,400Square Feet
1 / 1Beds / Baths
14.8 acresLot Size
1997Year Built
Green HomeProperty Type

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Purchase Price ($)Down Payment
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Loan Amount
$316,000
Annual Interest Rate
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Loan Term (years)
Monthly Mortgage Payment
$2,274.79

What makes your home a Green or Healthy Home?

solar property

Property Description

Double adobe home situated on 14.82 acres of pinyon and juniper grasslands in Abiquiu, New Mexico. The property looks east towards the Sangre de Cristo mountains and bounds the El Rito creek that spills into the nearby Chama River. Bird life abounds in the mature trees and gardens that envelope the house and studio. A custom built 1,400 sq. ft., 1 bed/1 bath home anchors this peaceful setting which also includes a newly built 682 sq. ft. studio/casita plumbed for a half bath, water is easily accessible to a nearby water hydrant. In addition, a 10’x14’ adobe outbuilding with a concrete slab can easily be converted into a guest room. The house is oriented to the east for maximum winter solar gain and light, while shaded by mature trees during the summer. Diamond plaster finish on the inside; traditional adobe and flagstone floor with radiant floor heat. The property is completely solar powered with a Kohler Generator 10 for backup. Strong well and good water without need for any filtration systems. Additionally, there is a 600 gallon underground storage tank for rain water catchment.

Neighborhood Description

Located in the Chama River valley, the property is 6k elevation with rolling juniper and pinyon grasslands, surrounded by Carson and Santa Fe National Forest. The Chama River Valley is rich in history of Native American, Hispanic and Anglo culture where long established traditions are still valued and practiced. It is a land of geologic diversity and beauty, comprised of small farming communities with long held acequia (irrigation) tradition. An active community of local and newcomer residents where traditional and contemporary arts are celebrated, with multiple farmers markets and seasonal festivals.

Market Area

Historic Bodes Market 10 minutes away; seasonal Abiquiu farmers market, multiple local farmers markets; Espanola, with Presbyterian hospital, Walmart, Lowes, grocery stores and restaurants, 20 minutes; 1 hour to Santa Fe; 1 1/2 hour drive to Taos

School District

Abiquiu Elementary School

Location of Home or Land

Rural

Elevation of Home

Mountain

Air Quality

Agriculture in Areayes
Industry in Areano
Air Pollution in Areano
Pesticide Freeyes
Fragrance Freeyes
Cleaned with Green Productsyes

Interior Environment

Heating System
Hydronic Floor Heat (radiant)
Cooling System
Passive Cooling
Whole House Vacuumno

Energy & Water

Energy System
Off the Grid
Water System
Well
Wastewater System
Septic System

Construction Information

Construction Type
Adobe
Exterior Finish
Stucco
Interior Finish
Other
Interior Paint
Other
Floor Material
Other
Roof Material
Metal
Window Material
Wood Dual Glazed
Insulation Material
Other

Garage / Car Port

Garage / Carportyes
Garage Typecarport_attached
Number of Cars1

Contact Seller

Listing ID : 20541