Just north of Fort Sumner off highway 84. 2,574 sq. ft. two story, four bedrooms all carpeted with ceiling fans and large closets. two full baths, tiled upstairs tub and shower, downstairs shower; both have wall hearers and tri-hung mirrors over sinks.
This house was originally a line shack for Pete Maxwell. The house is adobe and the additions are wood, stucco and rock.
Galley kitchen with flat-top range and built-in dishwasher connects to the dining room by a breakfast bar; large terra-cotta tile throughout.
Two living areas both carpeted; main living room features large east facing picture window, track lighting, and Homestead wood burning stove. Both living and dining areas have historic vigas from Las Vegas.
Propane central heat and evaporated cooler air conditioning.
Outbuildings: 2 car rock carport with adjoining “saddle house” or shop with electricity, root cellar, storage area and separate “railroad” box for storage. 3o yards from main house is a 648 sq. ft. “Santa Fe” style living quarters with central heat/air. Kitchenette, stackable washer & dryer, one bedroom one bath
Several trees throughout the property include: Cottonwood, elm, pecan, catalpa, and Pine.