Dreaming of a change of scenery?
Moving to the High Desert does not mean sacrificing luxury and settling for a life of spartan asceticism.
If you have been dreaming of a sanctuary, this property may well be your dream come true.
This fabulous and very Chic Shack (and guesthouse) is what most young families dream of when moving to Taos.
For some, moving to Taos means renovating an old adobe house falling to ruin, and lovingly (and expensively), restoring it to all its former glory.
Just minutes away from the Taos Country Club and Golf Course, far from the bright lights of town, if you are a star gazer, there’s no better spot to watch the skies for signs of life.
Last winter I shared a Handmade Home with you,
Where the road takes a sharp turn on Ranchitos Road, an old dance hall has been quietly undergoing a transformation over the past fifteen years.
If a room with a view is what you are looking for, look no further.
Built in the 90’s by a couple who at the time, called Taos home, and raised their two children here, this Chic Shack is for sale at a very affordable price!
Across the highway from St Francis de Asis Church, is a smaller, lesser known compound which was once part of the Ranchos Plaza.
Millicent Rogers, the granddaughter of Standard Oil founder, Henry Huttleston Rogers was a socialite, fashion icon and designer’s Muse, an Art collector, jewelry designer and taste-maker extraordinaire.