In this incredible Taos combination, TWO beautiful properties are FOR SALE in the Historic Overlay District and the Central Business District of Taos, New Mexico (dual zoning). This notable abode-style building is located on .94 acres 237-239 Ledoux St (Suite 1) and 241 Ledoux St (Suite 2). With approx. 49.92' of frontage on Ledoux Street and approx. 19.94' frontage on Ranchitos Road, these properties benefit from maximum exposure! Also offered in this sale is the sought after adjacent .1953 acre open lot used for parking (225 Ledoux St). This lot has access from both Ledoux Street and Ranchitos Road. There are few of its kind in the center of Taos and in the Historic Overlay District, offering an incredible variety of development opportunities. These properties line the famous Ledoux Walk Street and are across from the Harwood Museum, one of the most significant museums in New Mexico. These two extremely versatile parcels total .29 acres and are offered for sale together or perhaps separately. Suite 1 was built in the 1920's and is approximately 1500 sq. ft. with adobe walls and a stucco exterior, with a gorgeous hard trowel plaster interior. A custom kiva fireplace adds great character to this space. The floors are wood and brick and the ceiling consists of split cedar vigas, rough sawn 2x6's and coved plaster finishes. This portion of the building is currently occupied by a long-term tenant with a negotiable lease. Suite 2 is approximately 1210 sq. ft., an addition built in 1997. The floor is Saltillo tile on a concrete slab with adobe walls - again finished with a beautiful hard trowel plaster. The ceiling displays vigas with a 2 x 6 tongue and grove decking. Both have been beautifully maintained. These suites share a restroom and approximately 825 sq. ft. of lovely courtyard space with a flagstone pathway. Historically used as live and work environments, these options can be explored, but they have more recently been used for commercial business. Follow in the footsteps of some of Ledoux Street's most illustrious residents such as Ernest Blumenschein, one of the 1915 founders of the Taos Society of Artists, and more recently R.C. Gorman. Both of their homes on Historic Ledoux Street served as live and work spaces as did the Sage Gallery in this building. The square footage quoted is approximate, taken from measurements by a respected appraiser. Showings require 24-hour notice. Please do not disturb tenants.
|Last Updated||12/4/2020||Year Built||0|
|Community||TOWN OF TAOS (45A)|
|AREA||TOWN OF TAOS (45A)|
|STYLE||2X6 Frame, Adobe|
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