1434 Sangre De Cristo, Taos, New Mexico

Real Estate Agent with harvey & associates realty

1434 Sangre de Cristo    $309,000

  • 1650 square feet
  • 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
  • 1.05 acre lot
  • Convenient to town
  • Updated

This cute starter home is located in a quiet neighborhood on 1 acre.  It was recently hooked to town sewer and has been updated.  Private well.  Courtyard entry,  large portal, woodburning fireplace.  Hot water baseboard heating. Owner/Broker

Feature PhotoGreat RomFront of House from Driveway

Great Rom has wood burning fireplace, tile floors and patio door to covered patio. 


Comments (6)

Lucky Lang
Premiere Plus Realty Marco Island - Marco Island, FL
Marco Island & Naples Florida Real Estate


I love the differences in architecture from Davenport, Iowa to Taos, New Mexico!

Take care,

Lucky :)

Oct 30, 2007 10:49 PM
Sandi Bauman
Chico Homes Real Estate - Chico, CA
Chico CA Realtor
Susan-  Best wishes on your listing-  it IS fun to see the difference in the styles...  love the tile!
Nov 01, 2007 04:35 PM
Sal Poliandro - NJ Bergen County Realtor
RE/MAX Properties - Ridgewood, NJ
Broker Associate
Susan - Look at that architecture!  The buildings out in New Mexico are much different than those over here on the east coast.
Dec 04, 2007 12:39 PM
Springfield, MA
Looks quite spacious- I like the fireplace and the open floor concept of the kitchen area too.
Dec 04, 2007 01:22 PM
Gary Bolen
McCall Realty - South Lake Tahoe, CA
CRS - Lake Tahoe Real Estate Information

Hello Susan - What a cool place Taos is. Haven't been there in a while, but had a great weekend there once trying to buy the rights to a book from a author who lived there at the time. Also want to thank you for taking your time to comment on a piece we did last week about the odds of selling a house. Was most appreciated.


Feb 03, 2008 02:33 PM
Terry Miller
Miller Homes Group - Tyler, TX
Miller Homes Group and Tyler Apartment Locator

Great looking home. I love the area. My wife and I travel to the area every Valentines day to see snow and play a bit. Have a great holiday season in a great part of the country.

Terry Miller

Dec 18, 2008 02:13 AM