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Spacious 3 BR 2.5 BA Townhouse in Old Town

SuperAnfitriónWest Old Town, Albuquerque, Nuevo México
Casa entera - Anfitrión: Lee
6 huéspedes3 habitaciones3 camas2 baños completos y uno de tocador
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Beautiful, spacious and fully furnished 3 bedroom townhouse. Central location on the edge of Old Town. Near Downtown, University of New Mexico and many hospitals. Located on private road with country atmosphere close to Rio Grande bike trail, museums, zoo. Designer home with fully equipped chef's kitchen and jacuzzi tub.
Location is very close to many fine restaurants.

El alojamiento
Territorial Style Spacious 3 BR 2 BA Townhouse near Old Town

This is a beautiful 3 bedroom townhouse. Each bedroom has one queen size bed. It has 20’ high ceilings with a dramatic, floor-to-ceiling gas fireplace. There are slate floors throughout the first floor. The kitchen is fully-equipped with stainless steel appliances. There are two full baths with walk-in showers and Jacuzzi tub. There is plenty of off street parking and a 2 car garage.
Cable, internet, Roku streaming, and Netflix are included with an HD TV, stereo and a surround sound system.

Laundry with washer and dryer is available upon request in advance of, or during, your stay. We provide many necessities such as shampoo, 2 hair dryers, tea, coffee and coffee maker, etc. You may contact me to determine what particular additional items are provided for your use. I can accomodate needs for special appliances for long term stays.

Acceso para huéspedes
Guests will have access to the entire house, garage, additional guest parking and a private backyard.

Otros aspectos destacables
GUIDEBOOK TO THE AREA AND THE STATE (WITH SUGGESTED PLACES TO VISIT)

It is a very enjoyable and restful location on a quiet, shady street at the edge of Old Town. It is a very short walking distance from the Hotel Albuquerque and many restaurants. Here below is my own guide to the area and things to do.
Guide and Tips for Exploring Northern and Central New Mexico
SPRING AND SUMMER 2018

1. Albuquerque
a. Restaurants:
i. Los Poblanos: Kind of an organic guest ranch that is pricey but has great food and is a wonderful outdoor experience;
ii. New Mexico style chile: Cocina Azul, Church Street Café, Monroe’s. All very close by.
iii. There is a lot of information on good restaurants in the guide on the side table in the dining room of the house. Including menus.
b. Tramway to the top of the Sandia Mountains….This is our favorite thing to do in the city. There is hiking on top with beautiful views of the city. (The restaurant is closed for remodeling until this coming Fall unfortunately.)
c. The Rio Grande River….This river is within walking distance of the house. The river trail starts near the Best Western motel across from Starbucks on Rio Grande Blvd. If you Google the Best Western, you can see the trail in green just to the East of the motel.
d. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center….Interesting exhibits and a good place to eat. Just a few miles from the house.
e. Old Town….Especially seek out the San Felipe de Neri Church on the north side of Old Town.
f. Nob Hill….Full of shops and good restaurants near the University of New Mexico campus on Central Ave.
g. Hiking….I have a book on hiking trails in the Sandias that you can find on the coffee table in the house. There are numerous other books on New Mexican culture and history on the coffee table as well. See below for trail recommendations.
h. Abiquiu…..This is Georgia O’Keefe country north of Santa Fe. Abiquiu is a beautiful town. We like to have lunch at the Abiquiu Inn where they have the best trout dishes ever served. There is also an interesting Benedictine monastery set in the middle of some spectacular red rock sandstone scenery. The monks have their own local craft beer (Monastery of Christ in the Desert) to the north of Abiquiu which is worth a visit although it is a 12 mile drive on a dirt road.
2. Santa Fe
a. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture…This is a very interesting museum on Museum Hill in Santa Fe.
b. Georgia O’Keefe Museum, 217 Johnson St….This museum has, of course, many of her paintings and offers bus tours to Abiquiu where you can see her studio and home.
c. Restaurants:
i. The Shed and Tomasita’s are our favorites in Santa Fe for true traditional New Mexico red and green chile.
ii. Rancho de Chimayo….Delicious food and a beautiful patio in an unusual setting near the Santuario de Chimayo, north of Santa Fe. Requires a reservation this time of year. Do not miss this restaurant if you are driving north of Santa Fe.
3. Northern New Mexico
a. “High Road to Taos” or The Enchanted Circle…A beautiful scenic drive through Taos, Truchas, Trampas and Chimayo. All towns have historic churches, particularly the Santuario de Chimayo. You have to ask a local to find many of the churches but each one is not far from the road.
b. Other mountain and desert drives….These drives are often described in the latest issues of New Mexico magazine.
c. Rio Grande Gorge Bridge. Do not miss the drive over the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge in El Prado, about 10 miles northwest of Taos and a visit to Taos Pueblo. The steel deck arch bridge offers a spectacular view of the Rio Grande River and its rapids below.
d. High mountain road to Tierra Amarilla from Tres Piedras…Route 64 out of Taos. Spectacular scenery
Many people ask about hiking. Here are some recommendations in summary form. Don’t forget that there are hiking guides for your use at the house.
1. Turquoise Trail NM 14….This is a beautiful drive. You could consider combining it with a visit to Santa Fe and Museum Row. But you may want to stop at the coffee shop in Madrid called Java Junction or the Mine Shaft Tavern. Please note the miners’ homes along the side of the road outside of town.
2. Tent Rocks and Los Alamos and Jemez and Bandelier….Jemez has a Hot Springs and all of the driving in these areas offer beautiful views. Even the drive up the mesa to Los Alamos. The nuclear museum is very interesting too. These 4 may be too much for one day.
3. Bandelier National Monument has ancient ruins close to the Visitor Center and a beautiful hike to the river and the ruins are definitely worth the visit. There is a ladder climb to petroglyphs and kivas. I think a fire many years ago forced them to resort to shuttling visitors but you may be able to park there this time of year when there are not many tourists.
4. Valles Caldera is a relatively new National Preserve. Definitely needs to be seen. We used to cross country ski in this area and there is hiking.
5. Winsor Trail is one of my favorite trails that covers 10 miles and starts out with a switchback that is very steep. It ascends close to 3500 feet to a scenic area near Mt. Baldy and Lake Katherine. The trailhead is at the Santa Fe Ski Basin.
6. La Luz and Pino Trails…good but long and steep day hikes to Sandia Crest at the top of the Sandias next to Albuquerque. You can take the tram back down the mountain.
7. Socorro and the large array, Magdalena, Pie Town….We just returned from California, and took Route 60 through this area. It’s interesting and there are many hiking opportunities. But I recommend Malpais National Monument area. This is a great area to experience lava flows, craters and the geologic formation of El Malpais. And there is a neat Wolf Sanctuary there.
8. McCauley Hot Springs trail in Jemez Springs…easy 6 mile hike roundtrip to a hot springs
9. Petroglyph National Monument…a nearby archeological site with thousands of prehistoric Native American drawings on the stone walls.
10. Also, I often refer people to the town of Ramah, southwest of Grants on the edge of the Malpais.
There is a fantastic air bnb with hiking in and amongst mesas of great beauty. On air bnb, just search for Wild Sheep Mesa, and it will bring up several places to stay. The one I am referring to is called “Wild Sheep Mesa.” I think the guest cottage sleeps 4. So this would be great if you were driving home to RPV along Route 40. However, the Malpais has nice hiking trails for a one day visit from Albuquerque….stay off the volcanic rock because it can ruin your running shoes.
GROCERY STORES:
1. Lowe’s Market
4701 4th Street NW
Or
701 11th Street NW (downtown but small more expensive store)
2. Whole Foods Market
2103 Carlisle Blvd NE
3. Albertsons Market
4950 Montgomery Blvd NE
Or
6600 Central Ave (at Coors Blvd) ** closer to the house
4. Trader Joe’s

2200 Uptown Loop Rd NE

5. Walmart
2550 Coors Blvd NE
6. Sprouts
7. Natural Grocer

COFFEE SHOPS (other than Starbucks)
I am not very knowledgeable about coffee shops but I have heard that Michael Thomas Coffee Roasters in Nob Hill and another one called Espresso Fino at 222 Gold Avenue are great for aficionados of fine coffee. The blogs should be able to tell you a lot of course.
Beautiful, spacious and fully furnished 3 bedroom townhouse. Central location on the edge of Old Town. Near Downtown, University of New Mexico and many hospitals. Located on private road with country atmosphere close to Rio Grande bike trail, museums, zoo. Designer home with fully equipped chef's kitchen and jacuzzi tub.
Location is very close to many fine restaurants.

El alojamiento
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1 cama queen size
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West Old Town, Albuquerque, Nuevo México

We love the short walking distance to great restaurants, the zoo, botanic garden, as well as the convention centers, downtown and the art and natural history museums. The Rio Grande River walkways and bike paths are just around the corner.

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Se registró en septiembre de 2014
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We are retired scientists and enjoy the outdoors. We lived in this home in Old Town for 3 years before moving to a slightly larger home. We are natives of New Mexico and love welcoming visitors to the area. We spend almost every day on the bike and walking trails along the Rio Grande River which is so beautiful, particularly in the Fall with the changing leaves. The five things that we cannot live without are: exercise, pizza, friends, our cat and the Sandia Mountains.
We are retired scientists and enjoy the outdoors. We lived in this home in Old Town for 3 years before moving to a slightly larger home. We are natives of New Mexico and love welco…
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We do not forget about our guests once they have checked in. We are pleased to offer advice on sightseeing and other information that will help them enjoy their stay. There is a guidebook with restaurant menus, sightseeing suggestions and maps. With enough advance notice, we can also provide two discounted tickets for $6.00 per ticket to the Sandia Tramway.
We do not forget about our guests once they have checked in. We are pleased to offer advice on sightseeing and other information that will help them enjoy their stay. There is a…
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