29 Old Goat Road

$365,000

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29 Old Goat Road

$365,000

  • 2 beds
  • 2 baths

Contact Presenting Broker

Adrienne DeGuere and Vanessa Rios

Adrienne DeGuere & Vanessa Rios

(505) 310-8053

Key Features

  • MLS: 202003126
  • Status: Pending Please Show
  • Price: $365,000
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Full Baths: 1
  • Half Baths: 1
  • Area: 12-Madrid/Cerrillos
  • Type: Single Family
  • Acres: 10

About this Property

The spectacular views from this mesa-top home will simply take your breath away. Located on 10 acres just a quarter mile off the Scenic Turquoise Trail with easy access to Santa Fe, the property is full of architectural interest. Regal and distinguished Moorish-style archways accent each room and highlight dramatic ceiling heights and deep plaster walls. Morrocan style custom-wood features seamlessly meet Southwestern vigas and nichos. Crisp, white, stucco exterior walls add a Mediterranean flare. Outside, courtyards with wood pergolas and stone columns connect the main home to detached studio with bath, utility building with loads of storage, and carport. Off-grid with state-of-the-art solar electric power and solar in-floor radiant heat, the home also has propane, wood stove, land line and high-speed wireless internet. The large passive solar windows in the comfortable living area bring the stunning outdoor views directly in to the home for year-round enjoyment. True 360-degree views and uncontaminated night skies. No HOA and freedom of use. The property is located just outside the historic villages of Madrid and Cerrillos with access to general store, post office, medical services, dining, galleries and entertainment. Not far is the 1,100 acre Cerrillos Hill State Park.

Additional Features

  • Type: Single Family
  • Style: Other - See Remarks, Pueblo
  • Levels: Single
  • Sewage: Septic
  • Electric: Solar (PV)
  • Gas: Propane
  • Days On Market: 113
  • Age: 11 - 20 Years
  • Fireplace: Yes
  • Number Fireplaces: One
  • Fireplace Type: Wood Stove
  • Cooling: None
  • Floor: Concrete
  • Construction: Strawbale, Stucco, Other - See Remarks
  • Extras: Cooking - Gas, Insulated Windows, Mountain Property, Out Buildings, Vigas & Beams, Water Purification
  • Community Amenities: Other - See Remarks

Neighborhoods

Cerrillos & Madrid

Madrid, a booming coal town from the late 19th century to the mid-20th century, was on the verge of ghost-town extinction when artists and free-spirited hippies arrived and infused new life to the town in the 1970s. Located 23 miles south of Santa Fe on State Highway 14, also known as the scenic Turquoise Trail, Madrid is now a thriving town of galleries, shops, studios and eateries. There's

The Turquoise Trail

A captivating road from Santa Fe all the way to Albuquerque, the Turquoise Trail offers many lots with 2.5 acres or larger. This area is perfect for raising horses on wide open spaces with fewer building restrictions than in the city of Santa Fe. The famous Eaves Movie Ranch where movies such as “The Cheyenne Social Club” and “Silverado” were filmed completes the Old West feeling. Several

Santa Fe County Southwest

Affordable family homes abound in this rapidly growing area with plans for expansion extending into the 2050s. Largely made up of rolling hills dotted with pinon and juniper, most of the communities located here have extraordinary views of the Jemez Mountains, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the Sandia Mountains. The area also includes Old Galisteo Road, Town & Country, Chuck Taylor

Schools

  • Elementary School: Amy Biehl Community
  • Junior High School: Capshaw
  • High School: Capital

Listing Brokerage

IDX listing

Cindy Sheff

Sotheby's Int. RE/Grant

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