Taos, NM

WEIMER AREA HOME, CITY LIMITS
 Panoramic Views of City Lights,
within blocks of thousand of acres of USForest Land and Trails

FEATURES COMMON TO PUEBLO-STYLE HOMES IN TAOS

Private Setting and expansive views all around our One Acre setting. Friendly Neighbors live on only 2 of its sides.

This beautiful architect designed Adobe Home, Two Portals, fronts scenic Taos Mountain, back and side of home has beautiful views of hills and city lights of Taos. It is Unfurnished, with washer/dryer and refrigerator included, with coved ceilings, lentils, all wood windows, and full southwestern design; has R-40 insulation, 10-inch Energrid walls, full paver all brick floors, Trombe walls, solar hot-water heater built into a skylight, including authentic vigas, latillas (see bedroom below) lentils, corbels and canales and two portals (porches) also has comfortable radiant heating. 

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Back of house with
windows and
solar walls
Part of living room
with Kiva Fireplace,
brick floors.
summer view of 
Taos Mtn from 
front of home
Portal view with
winter view of 
Taos Mtn.
Kitchen, jenn-aire
range,also with view
of Taos Mountain

Below, authentic Southwest Fireplace made with adobe mud bricks and finished with hard-plaster, diamond finish. Notice the soft corners. This can be done because the mud bricks can be "sculpted" (sanded down).

Notice the full brick floors below,  
The bricks are full pavers. 

Below: Vigas (large posts) with latillas insets (stripped white aspen) w/ herringbone design
and burlap above. Notice "lentils" over the windows. Walls are hard plaster. Radiant heat under solid brick floors.

Our adorable cottage (Casita) next door to home is rented to Special People Like You.
the Casita fully furnished with original art and refrigerator and washer/dryer


MORE PICTURE
S OF OUR SW HOME

 

 

Marie Griffith and her husband, Dave,
were owner/builders of their home and casita.


 

 

 

 

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