Imagine yourself living at 8000ft in the beautiful clean air of Truchas, New Mexico, on the scenic High Road to Taos, running a gathering place of your own invention. The many possibilities for this property are intriguing. Built in 2016 of adobe and frame, with custom hand finished doors, fixtures, and architectural elements, the property consists of the 5000sf general store, and two adobe homes on 1.89 acres. Great potential for a farm to table restaurant, coffee stop, general mercantile, gallery, B&B, or all of the above. The Village of Truchas was founded in 1754 as a Spanish land grant, and is a quaint, European like village perched on a canyon overlooking the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico. The village has a rich history and is home to many art galleries. The Milagro Beanfield War was filmed nearby. The High Road to Taos attracts many visitors year round, especially summers when many bike and motorcycle tours travel to Taos or Santa Fe stopping for a refreshment at this property. There is also a greenhouse and the restaurant was certified Organic when it was in operation. Immerse yourself into this wonderful property.
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