Your search for that hard to find developed turnkey horse property is over! This Adobe ranchette has incredible views of El Pedernal, Sierra Negra, and the Jemez Mountains. The 2 bedroom main house was recently tiled and painted. Some of the features are high-end appliances, fenced yard, low maintenance landscaping, water purification system, hybrid hot water heater and much more. The 1 bedroom guest house has a vacation rental history. Guests love the wrap around deck, spa, outside shower, dry sauna and RV hook up. The 7 -stall barn includes a heated tack and feed room, wash stall and on demand hot water. There are 3 fenced paddocks, an 80 x 110 fenced arena and access to the Carson National forest trails. Abiquiu Lake is nearby as well as the famous Ghost Ranch. The area also offers cultural events, performances, art studio tours, gallery openings, and more. This property is 25 minutes from Espanola, one hour to Santa Fe. Enjoy dark night skies and historic landscapes from this truly special place.
32 Abiquiu, NM 87510 Homes For Sale
Large Chama River views form spacious home, sitting on a bluff. Bald eagles soar overhead as you look over picturesque landscape in the heart of O'Keeffe Country. Four bedrooms, large open kitchen/living areas are warmed by wood burning stove.
A great lot located in the heart of the Chama River Valley, near BARRANCO. It has cottonwood trees, willows and grasses. It has irrigation and can be used to grow grasses, vegetables, or fruit trees. It can accommodate horses and/or cows, along with other farm animals. Great homesites with wonderful views of the Bosque and the nearby mountains. The spring colors are coming.
Two 3-acre parcels on level terrain with easy access to State Rd. 554, approximately 1 mile to pavement. Gorgeous 360 views in all directions, including views of the Sangre de Cristos, the Jemez Mountains, and the Sierra Negra . The property is surrounded by mountains, hills, and valleys with Cerro Pedernal in the distance. Electric power available at property line. This area is a wonderful place for horse riding or hiking. The immediate area offers many places to ride into BLM and Carson National Forest. Enjoy all the Abiquiu area has to offer, including Abiquiu Lake Recreation area, the facilities at Ghost Ranch, and Plaza Blanca. The Ojo Caliente hot springs and the El Rito community are a short drive away.
Remarkable views in all directions including Pedernal, this 11+ acre lot has multiple easy building sites and is located just a short drive to Abiquiu and Bode's, and less than 1 hour from Santa Fe. Enjoy 8 acres for building, horse facilities and views, and the other 3 acres exists down in the Bosque of El Rito Creek. The creek runs seasonally from Mid-March until June. If you've ever dreamed of living in Georgia O'Keeffe country, now is your chance! Property consists of two tax parcel IDs, owner is currently in process of combining them. Well and septic required, electric near the lot line.
Spectacular red earth clay throughout this sprawling 126 acres in picturesque Abiquiu. Own, what Georgia O'keefe painted so frequently in northern New Mexico! Amazing color, in this thick rich clay. Truly enchanting and extraordinary property, with seclusion and privacy. Build your dream home out of the abundant adobe clay. Rare parcel, that has not been been recently on the market. Utilities close by! Views of a lifetime. Deer, elk and coyotes running wild. This property is about 7 miles past the famed Abiquiu Dam. In the 1730s, it was the third largest settlement in the Spanish province in New Mexico. Artist Georgia O'Keeffe lived in Abiquiu from 1949 until shortly before her death in 1986 at 98 years of age. Abiqui is also the location where the opening shot of the 4th Indiana Jones movie Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was shot. Other notable films in Abiquiu are Cowboys & Aliens, City Slickers, Red Dawn, Wyatt Earp, The Last Outlaw, and the TV series Earth 2.
Northern New Mexico Hunting Mountain or pleasure ranch , borders the Carson National Forest on the South end of the Ranch. Property is located on the Mesa De Las Viejas, just north of Abiquiu Lake. Great retreat and oasis from the stress of modern life. Enjoy nature, hunting, abundant wildlife, hiking, camping, all at your fingertips and on thousands of acres in the neighboring Carson National Forest. Property is about 65 miles from Santa Fe and about 39 miles to Chama NM. Enjoy Views of the San Juan Mountains to the north and good year round roads....all though slippery when wet or snowing.....In winter 4 wheel drive is recommended. Ranch has been assigned 3 Elk tags in the past years by NMGFD. At just over $1000.00 per acre this ranch is priced to sell.
Social Distance on your own farm property! Fantastic Ag property on the Chama River minutes from Abiquiu. Great place to have your own small farm with good water rights and fertile soil. Approximately 300 feet of Chama River frontage. Views of the Snagre de Cristos and Plaza Blanca, Near the renowned artist community of Abiquiu in Georgia O'Keefe country, Near an arroyo and public land for riding horses, Easily accessible but very private. Covenants protect you from junky neighbors.... This is a very special and unique property.
This is an elevated lot with views of El Pedernal, Sierra Negra, and the Jemez Mountains. Located in Prado Valley with a minimum ten acre lot restriction, road maintenance, and protective covenants Enjoy dark night skies and wildlife in this rural setting. Horses are allowed. Abiquiu offers outdoor opportunities and gorgeous landscapes. Abiquiu Lake is nearby as well as the famous Ghost Ranch. The area also offers cultural events, performances, art studio tours, gallery openings, and more. This property in 25 minutes from Espanola, one hour to Santa Fe.
8.27 acre lot with plenty of building space off paved road, gorgeous mountain views. Single wide mobile home on lot, needs work and not on permanent foundation. Seller will remove if Buyer would prefer. Sold as-is.
35+ acres of Spectacular Abiquiu Views! Watch the sun and moon set behind Pedernal framed by a red mesa. Enjoy the serenity of boundaries held by Rolling Maroon Hills and Carson National Forest. The land has so many great building sites it will be hard to choose. Each tract allows a main house, guest house, studio and barn. To help you get started there's a "glamping casita", stuccoed and insulated, providing a beautiful living space with solar-powered refrigerator, 1930s propane stove, rain catchment cisterns, and compost toilet. This property is just 50 minutes north of Santa Fe off Hwy 554 in a small 13 tract subdivision with private year round shared road and river crossing. It's near Abiquiu with the famous Georgia O'Keeffe Center and Bodes General Store, El Rito, Ojo Caliente Hot Springs, Espanola and Taos. It is a truly unique property. Experience this piece of paradise today!
Enjoy fabulous 360 degree views from this hilltop location, the very essence of beautiful Abiquiu. The site is private and rural, boasting dark night skies, clean air, and unspoiled native vegetation. There is good access and a nice building site. Utilities are distant, making this a great location for off-the-grid living. The conveniences of town, Espanola, are less than 30 minutes away and the property is within commuting distance of Santa Fe and Los Alamos. Abiquiu offers some great dining opportunities and a gathering place at famous Bodes Market. Owner financing is available.
Imagine a pastoral and pristine landscape on the Chama River. Imagine living along the historic Old Spanish Trail, a pathway for travelers and commercial traders since 1829. Imagine the flowing curves of a Spanish Colonial adobe hacienda steeped in the lore and cultural history of Georgia O'Keeffe country. Yet, no imagination is necessary for El Sueo del Corazon because its real and has offered gracious living since the early 1800s outside the former territorial outpost of Abiquiu. Meaning The Dream of the Heart, this nearly 15,000-square-foot homage to Spanish colonial architecture has evolved through generations in this light-infused land, a place resonating with the spirit of the ancient ones, early Spanish settlers and all kinds of adventurers, and immortalized by the legendary and iconic masterworks of OKeeffe. The Ruth House As if El Sueo del Corazon werent rich enough in the tri-cultural history of the area, the 353-acre property also holds a unique piece of the history of the American West. In the early 1890s before Utah became a state Mormon families began moving through the American Southwest, many of them eventually settling in Mexico where today they flourish as ranchers and farmers. It was to El Sueo del Corazon that two brothers whose names may have been James and Soren Berthelsen (or Bertelsen) arrived in the late 19th century. Many of that name had emigrated to Utah in the 1850s from Denmark. Authors familiar with Mormon history suggest that they were probably sent by the Church of Latter-Day Saints to colonize the area as a church outpost and acquire territory from the mineral-rich and verdant old Spanish land grants. The brothers built two brick houses west of the main hacienda on the lush bottomlands along the Chama Rivera. Typical of Mormon design in the West before 1900, the dwellings were austere, symmetrical and economical to build. Its believed the owner at that time hired the brothers to build the houses for his sons. Constructed by craftsmen who made the red adobe bricks onsite, the simple Victorian style differed dramatically from the local architecture along the Plaza Colorado as the area was known from Spanish Colonial times. The fledgling Mormon community did not survive, and one of the residences was demolished. The remaining structure was restored in 1993 to its original simplicity and still stands as a remarkable monument to a little-known piece of history. Carved out of the centuries-old Plaza Colorado land grant, settlement in this area began 800 years ago. Artifacts indicate human visitation from 5,000 BCE. Irrigation ditches dug a thousand years ago led to the acequia (ditch) system used in the Chama Valley since the 1700s by the Spanish colonists and their modern-day descendants. According to the historian and author Lesley Poling, the original Spanish land grant did not go to a man and his extended family, but to a single Spanish woman Rosalia Baldes (later Valdes) and her two brothers. After a succession of owners over more than two centuries, in 1993 the current owners had a dream to lovingly restore and care for the land and hacienda in a way that honored and celebrated families past, present and future. Working with Woods Design Builders in Santa Fe, the current owners began a meticulous renovation to restore the hacienda to its original Spanish Colonial grandeur and into the 21st century. Today, the grand hacienda pays homage to its architectural legacy in design and function. It blends elements of the Territorial and Pueblo Revival styles with Spanish colonial detailing. Beamed ceilings accented with peeled wood latillas, tumbled brick, wood plank and Saltillo-tiled floors meet lustrous hard plaster walls.
Welcome to nearly 11 acres of flat buildable land with forever views of El Pedernal, the Jemez Mountains and surrounding mesas! Easy access on well maintained roads with a transformer nearby. Site your home against the adjacent hills and look down and across your own private landscape. Just minutes from the Carson National Forest, Abiquiu Lake and Ghost Ranch, enjoy bright starry nights, sunny days and quiet beauty. There is plenty of room for your horses and seller is motivated and will consider all offers!
This home is located at Off Nm 96 44424 Acres Abiquiu, NM 87510 US and has been listed on Homes.com since 3 June 2020 and is currently priced at $778,000.
Nice 3-bedroom 2.5 bath manufactured Oak Creek home with two living areas, office and den off master bedroom. Features include a fire place large separate washer room and open concept living area. Lot is 6.1 acres. Lots of trees in the yard.
Looking for a home in Abiquiu? What started off as a Manufactured home, double-wide, now looks like a Single Family House. The home originally 3 bedrooms and two baths, has an addition of an extra bedroom, a large den, and two porches. The home is being sold with Real Property - Active title. The home was stuccoed on the outside and a pro-panel roof was added. Prominently located near the entrance of the property is a 4 car garage with a shop area. The visibility and range of the garage/shop, from the highway, makes this structure an ideal spot for a studio. The Property has a lot to offer. Setting on 1.2 acres, it is easily accessible to HWY 84. The home does not have an inactive title but has been assessed as real property. It has roadside visibility as well. This home is being sold in as is condition and will consider only cash offers. Presently home has been winterized.