Step back in time with charming, late 1700s adobe built home in the La Loma Plaza Historic District. A certified piece of Taos history - listed on the State & National Register of Historic Places - makes this a rare opportunity in the heart of Taos. Walk everywhere with shops, restaurants, and museums close by. 108 La Lama Plaza is a pueblo-style adobe featuring classic architectural detail like exposed vigas, hand plastered walls, and a walled courtyard. The front courtyard features a lovely landscaped area with fruit trees, irrigation, and a large boxelder tree that shades the yard perfectly. The home also has a rear courtyard and a yard large enough to add a garage. Inside the home, old world charm is everywhere with aged wood flooring, Kiva fireplaces, and stocky doorways. The kitchen and bathrooms have been remodeled and there’s a large closet area leading to the master bedroom. The master bedroom is sizable with a private courtyard entrance, sitting area, and a gas fireplace. Be the next chapter in the living history of this one of a kind home in Taos, New Mexico!
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