132 Frontier Lane, Taos, NM 87571
Listing Presented By
Scarborough Land & Cattle Co.
Land Building Business, 2X6 Frame - Taos, NM
This charming bed and breakfast is located in the beautiful mountain town of Taos, NM. Perfectly situated about one mile from the Historic Taos Plaza, where guests can explore the charming local shops and galleries. Delicious dining abounds in Taos with many local eateries offering a variety of cuisine from Northern New Mexican to Italian and much more. The Inn is peacefully tucked away, yet within an easy drive of Taos Ski Valley, Red River, Angel Fire and Sipapu ski areas. This ideal location offers the diversity of the scenic Sangre de Cristos mountains to the east and the stunning Mesa and Taos Gorge to the west. The nearby Rio Grande River offers river rafting and fly fishing during the warmer months. Taos is world renowned for it's breath-taking landscapes, legendary skiing and unique southwestern tradition of culture and art, guaranteed to create a unique experience for all guests. The approx. 7200sq ft Inn consists of 10 rental units in 6 buildings, nestled on a little over an acre of landscaped grounds. Each of the 10 rooms is filled with its own distinctive character and charm. The comfy chairs found on the porches allow for panoramic views of the beautiful mountains which are known for their relaxing and restorative properties. Buildings consist of: Main Building: 2104 SF This building incorporates the common kitchen, living and dining areas plus 3 rental units: Gallery Chamisa, Gallery East and Gallery West. A unique brick floored portal covers the entrance to Galleries East and West, and each room has a kiva fireplace. Interior finishes are varied throughout the building. The floor coverings include wood, brick, carpet and a saltillo-type tile. The walls are primarily plaster with wood trim around the doors and windows. The bath areas have beautiful Talavera tile with handmade cabinets. The kitchen has tile counters and floors. Gallery Pinon: 355 SF This frame/stucco detached building houses one unit. The Pueblo-style, one bedroom/one bath unit was built in the 1980's and has a traditional kiva fireplace. The interior finish is similar to the Main Building with wood and brick floors and plaster walls. This casita has an intimate sleeping area in front of the kiva fireplace and an open side sitting area. Queen bed, mini refrigerator and walk-in talavera tile shower. Garden Gallery: 175 SF This detached building was converted from a storage building in the late 1980's. This small enchanting casita is set in a garden courtyard of brick and fieldstone engulfed in flowers. The Garden Gallery features a queen bed, kiva fireplace and walk-in Talavera tile shower. Very quiet and private. Gallery Rose & Lilac: 728 SF This frame/stucco building consists of two units and is located just west of the Main Building. It has a pitched corrugated metal roof and two modest entry portals. Each unit has a kiva fireplace and Talavera tiled bathroom. The Gallery Lilac has a quaint kitchen area with an adjoining door connecting to the Gallery Rose so that the two units can be rented together. Jacuzzi Suites: 1440 SF Three Jacuzzi Suites (Sunrise Gallery, Rio Grande Gallery & Sunset Gallery) were remodeled around 1997 out of what had previously been an equipment shop. Each 480 SF studio unit has a large living room/bedroom with viga -timbered ceilings, kiva fireplace, Jacuzzi bathtub and separate shower. Two units have unique adobe walls. There are king sized beds in all three Jacuzzi suites. A large metal roofed portal covers the entrances to the units. Owner/Manager Residence: 2367 SF This building was constructed in the late 1940's as a detached single family 2 bedroom/2 bath residence with two additional rooms that can be used as offices, storage or updated to become additional bedrooms. Updated appliances, hard wood flooring and window treatments give this building all the comforts of home - Ideal on-site living for Owner or Manager. Updates include double pane windows and flooring.
Last Updated: September 8, 2016
Posted: August 13, 2016