An authentic restored two story adobe compound located on historic Ledoux Street, Casa de Flores Navajo Casita offers a peaceful quiet location within minutes of walking to the Taos plaza, John Dunn Plaza shops and famous Bent Street with all its' shops and eateries. The house is just steps away from the renowned Harwood Museum, the Blumenschein Museum, and the R.C. Gorman gallery.
The Navajo Casita was formerly the art storage building for RC Gorman. Restored in 2013-14, parts of this home date back 200-300 years. The home has been completely renovated with new windows, floors, kitchen and bathroom.
This unit is ideal for a couple or family as the bathroom is located immediately off the upstairs bedroom.
Often painted by local artists, this charming adobe has all the conveniences of home! Decorated in tasteful New Mexican decor, the home has original wood vigas & ceilings, gas kiva fireplace, & beautiful talavera tiles.
Casa de Flores Navajo Casita is a spacious one bedroom home, measuring 1,200 sf. The bright, cheerful upstairs bedroom features a king size bed and new bathroom. The kitchen and bathroom are new and the home is also equipped with satelite television and high speed DSL internet service.
Casa de Flores Navajo Casita can be rented with the Casa de Flores #61210 and Gallery Casitas #428403 next door to accomodate larger groups.
The entrance to Ledoux St is very small and narrow and will not accomodate RV's or campers. Casa de Flores Navajo Casita has one dedicated parking space in front.
This is a 100% non smoking property - both inside the home, on the patios and outside in the courtyard or driveway.