|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Beautifully decorated home, hardwood floors throughout, french doors, large windows, mountain and city views completely furnished including a full capacity washer and dryer, flat screen TV, WiFi, Direct TV, all utilities paid. 1 large bedroom with sitting area, a large full bath with walk in shower. Living/dinging room with seating for 6. Just off the living area is a guest 1/2 bath. Brand new kitchen and outdoor dining area.
I'm a native who returned home after 20 years. I love the area and the growing art community.
Liz Stewart purchased this apartment in 2001
I love design and actually studied Achitecture very briefly so when I found this wonderful brick structure for sale I bought it. The high ceilings, large windows, original maple and oak floors and open space made it the perfect building to make my home. it sits on a small hill and the location of the building on the hill make it very private with views of the area mountains and the lights of Silver City at night.
I think the views, the quiet serenity make this a very appealling spot to spend some time. The property is easy walking distance to downtown and the university although the walk back up the hiilly streets makes for a good workout. There are lots of day trips one can make from Silver City and there are fairly easy hiking trails just down the road from Church House. A day trip exploring the City of Rocks which exist because of long ago volcanic action is a must and then a relaxing soak at the nearby Faywood Hot Springs the perfect ending to the day. There are a couple of small fishing lakes in the area, lots of railroad and mining history and wonderful Victorian Architecture to view. Two area museums, one at the university and one downtown give you two looks into our history. WNMU's museum has one of the best Mimbreno Pottery collections in the world. The gift shop at the downtown museum is a treasure trove of Silver City history.
The Church House is located within walking distance of downtown Silver City, known for great restaurants, art galleries, Victorian Architecture and the Big Ditch Park. Western New Mexico University is a just a few streets over and in-town hiking trails just up the road.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Notes||Prefer that payment be made via check and snail mail. Will discuss options.|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.