Historic 1850s Adobe Stagecoach Stop Property For Sale in Warm Sunny Southern New Mexico Near Spaceport America.
~Established in the mid 1800s as a Stagecoach Stop and has housed the old Saloon, General Store, Mercantile, Barns, Stagecoach Repair Shop, and Hotel.
~The old Hotel has been beautifully and thoughtfully remodeled into a large modern 3 bedroom home that is established on AirBnB.
~Escape the city and experience the real wild west in comfort and in an amazing historical setting.
~Perfect for an artist, actor, writer, creative, or anyone to escape the city and relax in a beautiful historic setting.
~Includes an unfinished 40′ Container Hybrid Studio/Tiny Home.
Situated on approximately 1.7 acres this historic Adobe property was once an integral part of the trade here in New Mexico. With well over 8000 ft.² of adobe buildings, this historic structure property has housed the old saloon, general store, post office, mercantile, stables and hotel since being established as a Butterfield stagecoach stop in the mid 1800s.
The historic adobe hotel structure was elegantly remodeled with sustainability and awareness in mind. The home includes 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a south facing sunroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, large pantry/laundry area. It has an amazing well, with the ‘best water in the county’ (said by many throughout history) – Heating is by LP and a wood burning stove, Cooling is an evaporative cooler. Constructed with double adobe, the walls measure up to 2 foot thick in places, and keep the place very comfortable. The back acre of the property has the ruins of the old stables, blacksmith shop and stagecoach repair garage. It also houses a 600sqft. container home/studio, and a framed addition added onto it. With water and electrical run to it. Currently used as studio space, and storage – A south facing clerestory provides great light for working – It could easily be finished into a great guest apartment or kept as Studio/garage space.
In 2000, The Old Cuchillo Property experienced a devastating fire that destroyed much of the General Store and Game Room areas. Despite this, the bar was able to remain open and serving patrons until 2004. I purchased the bar in 2007, and have since put a tin roof over the damaged areas to protect and preserve the adobe walls. The bar has many of the original artifacts, relics, and can be set up again. I currently am doing some repairs on the ceilings and have removed the items. Please Inquire for more information.
I hope to find someone who wants to continue saving this amazing historic property. Please contact me directly: Info(at)CuchilloBar.com