Beautifully Restored 1920’s Bungalow-near Downtown, Old Town, UNM, Hospitals on Lead Ave SW
2BR – 2 BA Perfect getaway for business or pleasure, first class accommodations with no expense spared in the furnishings! Large HD TV & DVD in living room and master BR w/full HD cable; dream kitchen with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and all the amenities you need to entertain; fine china place settings for 12; cozy office with high speed Internet;
Lovely bedroom downstairs; adjoining bath with tiled shower; antique dresser and vanity; plush queen mattress with designer bedding; master BR upstairs with luxurious designer comforter & 500 thread count sheets on king bed, antique furnishings, dual bedside lamps; large bath with double sinks and mirrors; private water closet; lots of closets and storage space.
Great backyard patio adorned with flower pots, perfect for a leisurely breakfast in the morning sun, dinner on the grill or a festive party overlooking the landscaped yard. The swing on the comfortable enclosed front porch is great for lounging or people watching.
Walking distance to zoo, downtown; minutes to Old Town, UNM, museums, hospitals, hiking/biking/skating trails; enjoy a day of sightseeing and come back to your inviting home away from home.
One day sightseeing ventures are too numerous to mention, but here are some gems:
Only one hour from historic Santa Fe - Georgia O'Keefe Museum, Canyon Road galleries, Santa Fe Opera, Palace of the Governors;
2 1/2 hours from Taos - unique and historic artist community; Taos Pueblo is a World Heritage Site
Ancient Indian ruins of Bandelier National Monument & Chaco Culture National Monument (also a World Heritage Site)
Winter skiing in Albuquerque or drive to Santa Fe, Taos, Angel Fire, Red River, Sipapu
Enjoy the fall bird watching at Bosque del Apache
Day hikes in the Sandia, Manzano and Sangre de Cristo Mountains
Ride to the top of the Sandia Mountains via the Sandia Tram, the longest tram in the world; operates year round.
Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico, only 1 hour to Santa Fe by train or car, 2 1/2 hours to Taos or other destinations in Northern New Mexico. Day trips are easy to ancient Indian ruins, Taos Pueblo, art galleries in Santa Fe and Taos, Acoma Pueblo, Chaco Canyon, many Indian casinos, and great golf courses. Albuquerque sits at the base of the Sandia Mountains and has the longest tram in the world up to the top. Popular activities within the City are hiking, horseback riding, hot air ballooning and rides, hang gliding, mountain climbing, and bird watching.
Other Activities: shopping, rock climbing, spa, miniature golf, hot air ballooning
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