Living in the mountains just got better! Single level main house with three bedrooms 2.5 baths and an attached 2 car garage. Guest apartment above an extra three car garage detached from the main house makes the perfect guest house or full-time rental. Another garage is utilitarian for snowmobiles or plowing equipment and also detached. Set on 20.46 acres of gorgeous land with mature trees and fire wise thinned. Large pine abound on this property and location is just outside Angel Fire Resort Village limits in the Taos Pines subdivision. Easy access with the flat and winding drive up to the main house. As you enter the front door you first notice the hardwood floors and open living area with a gas fireplace that mirrors into the master bedroom. Master is set by itself on the south side of the house. Large walk-in closet more than adequate for two people and jacuzzi tub in master bath. Off of the living area sits the kitchen a chef's delight. The owner took great care in designing her dream kitchen complete with her own fireplace for great fired pizza. Dining area sits adjacent and opens into a bay window seating area with dining in the center. Moving down the hall from the dining area you will find bedrooms that share a bath, a gym, and a full laundry area. The guest house has a beautiful wall of windows complete with fireplace and one bedroom one bath with kitchen and dining. This property is being offered at a move quick price so make your appointment to see it while you have the chance.
Beds: 4 - Baths: 2 | 1 - Sq. Ft.: 3,163 - Type: Single Family Home
I was born and raised in a big, crowded city in Texas but yearned for a different lifestyle from an early age. Having been afforded opportunity to travel quite a bit early in life, I knew that there would come a day when I'd have to explore a permanent change in scenery. That change in scenery came in 1992 when I traded in my city shoes for hiking boots and headed for the mountains. I had been working for Philmont Scout Ranch in the summers while I was attending Southwest Texas State University and fell absolutely in love with everything about Northern New Mexico. After graduation, several of my friends and I decided to be ski bums for a year and headed for Angel Fire. I took a position with the Ski Patrol and now, fourteen years later, I'm still happily here. I've put down roots and love it as much as I did the first time I saw it. I think you will too.