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7A Los Hornos Road, Lamy, New Mexico

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Property is under contract! Featured on the 2006 Greenbuilt Tour of New Mexico, this home is active solar and passive solar and features a European Masonry Heater/Oven. Charming and efficient , it is built with primarily natural materials.
Green HomePhotovoltaic (PV)
$1,045Annual Property Tax
1,360Square Feet
2 / 2Beds / Baths
5.2 acresLot Size
2004Year Built

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What makes your home a Green or Healthy Home?

Non toxic sealersrnNon formeldehyde insulationrnEarthen plaster walls

Property Description

Tucked into a canyon just outside of Lamy, NM and situated on 5.2 acres of pinon and juniper studded rolling hills in the Galisteo River basin. 1360 sq ft, 2 bedroom 2 bath, timberframe straw clay construction and a yurt built by Yurt Foundation founder William Coperthwaite. Just a few minute\'s walk to the Galisteo river. Dine at the newly opened historic dining car restaurant at the train station. Hiking and biking trails and a swimming hole are nearby too.rnrnGeneral Features:rn-5.2 acresrn-1360 sq ft with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathsrn-Radiant heat (active thermal solar) with propane backuprn-European masonry heater/oven, 80-90% efficiency, excellent for pizza, bread or pastry ovenrn-On demand water heater rn-Italian Equator super efficient washer/dryerrn-Downstairs bath has Pennsylvania Bluestone floor, granite shower and counter top, glass shower enclosure, copper sinkrn-Upstairs bath has Travertine tile floors, walls and shower surround, glass enclosure, antique claw foot tub, copper farm sinkrn-Flagstone floors downstairs and bamboo floors upstairsrn-American clay walls downstairsrn-Diamond finish plaster walls upstairsrn-Kitchen has concrete counter tops, wormy maple cabinets, antique Newport Universal stove, propane refrigeratorrn-Shoji screen interior doorsrn-Local Aspen V-notch T&G ceilingsrn-Private well with 600 gallon holding tankrn-150 gallon propane tankrn-Wireless Internet, telephone rnrnStructure:rnStraw clay construction, rnJapanese timber framed (post and beam) by Robert Laporte, with straw/clay 12’ (R33) downstairs walls rnBio-shield sealersrn18’ tall atrium in center of housernWeathershield double and triple pane windowsrnPro panel roofrnrnSolar features include:rnrnClerestory windows for solar gainrnFlagstone floors for solar gainrnInterior adobe wall for solar gainrnPhotovoltaic panels for electricity, 24 volt systemrnNew battery bank and new inverterrnThermal panels for radiant heatrnrnYurt:rnApproximately 15” in diameterrnBuilt by Yurt Foundation founder William CoperthwaiternPropane heaterrnSmall Propane refrigeratorrnSmall propane stovernSeparate solar lighted pathwayrnPhone line

Neighborhood Description

Quiet off the grid community 4/10 mile from Lamy surrounded by rolling hills, hiking and biking trails

Market Area

18 miles from Santa Fe\'s world class restaurants, opera, art, hiking, biking, skiing. 60 miles to Albuquerque.

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

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Earthen Plaster
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Metal Dual Glazed
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Listing ID : 17920