Here is an unusual opportunity to purchase a proven investment property, well located in Upper Colonias with a long vacation rental history earning up to $43,890 annually! Two 1997/1998 custom construction pueblo style structures in main house and guest house are situated with individual privacy and parking on one acre featuring stunning views of Taos Mountain and El Salto. 1182 square feet main house is two bedroom, two bath spacious open floor plan with breakfast bar and separate dining area. Appliances include natural gas range with vent, disposal, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, washer and dryer. Hot water radiant heating and kiva fireplace. Vigas with tongue and groove ceilings. Hunter Douglas window coverings convey. Outdoor spaces include entry portal, front courtyard overlooking Sangre de Christos and private partially fenced back yard with patio and hot tub. 775 square feet guest house is a one bedroom, one bath open floor plan with breakfast nook and kitchen island. Appliances include natural gas range with vent, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, washer and dryer. Hot water radiant heating and kiva fireplace. Vigas with tongue and groove ceilings. Outdoor spaces include private patio overlooking mountains with ramada and hot tub. Both properties are landscaped with drip irrigation and have ample storage. Immaculately maintained and freshly painted. All tasteful furnishings available in separate purchase. Well share and permitted septic system. Located approximately 15minutes from Taos Plaza and Taos Ski Valley. GPS LONG -105.6036302447319 / LAT: 36.46542258484398. Estimated property tax is $1,952 per year. All dressed up and ready to love for only $385,000! What more can you want? SOLD in 163 days!
Qualifying Broker/Owner Sharon Bumpas Gilster is the only broker chosen by Leading Real Estate Companies of the World to represent Taos, NM, one of only four LeadingRE members in New Mexico, and is a recipient of the LeadingRE Crown of Excellence Award, an unprecedented honor for any Taos real estate…Read More