A rare 20 acre property partially bordered by Santa Fe National Forest, tucked back in the wooded traditional Village of Canada de los Alamos. Originally a Spanish Land grant to the Prada family, it is comprised of two beautiful 10 acre tracts with horse / trail access into the forest, natural springs, and arroyos. It features a remodeled Pueblo style home (built 2005) with 3 beds and 2 baths (appox. 1,650 sf) and charming guest house (built 2012) with many hand crafted upgrades including saltillo tile, diamond plaster, custom built doors and cabinetry. Roof-top solar panels provide 100% of the electricity (installed by Positive Energy in 2016) for the main and guest house for virtually no utility bill and potential revenue back from PNM. The property also features a rustic 2 stall horse barn (built 100 years ago from wood milled on the property!), large corral with new metal panels, heated water tank, tack room, and attached large storage shed as well as a custom built chicken coop with run. Massive rock work and landscaping were installed for erosion control, border walls, patios and amphitheater w/pizza oven fireplace worth over $150,000! Explore limitless possibilities for living off the grid, permaculture, and local food production with garden areas, two natural spring wells, and fruit trees that can be traced back to the original homestead. Other improvements include 5,000 gallon rain water tank collection and composting bins. Perfect for enjoying the outdoors!
Old Santa Fe Trail thru Canada de Los Alamos. Left up hill. Right on Herencia de Prada, left on La Villa Escondida.