|Space||1,100 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
Very centrally located on a quiet, safe street, Casa de Calderones is a 99 year old adobe home with thick walls and an Old World feel. Lovingly restored with an artistic touch, the rooms are spacious and comfortable.
The Dining Room showcases the original red painted wood floor and a large dining table. The Bedroom is carpeted and has a cozy wood stove. The Living Room with two comfortable leather couches, is carpeted and has a gorgeous Persian rug.
The Kitchen has a is slate tile floor, granite countertops and sunny breakfast nook. The delightful, Victorian-esque bathroom has heated ceramic tile and a claw foot tub with shower.
The lovely Outdoor Patios round out the property with dining areas set among the native plants and flowers and frequented by hummingbirds. The whole property is a delight to the senses.
A recent comment from an inquirer maybe sums it up best:
** 'The past week I have gone over the VRBO listings for Albuquerque and area repeatedly, and there is no doubt in my mind that your house has the best combination of features, location, and value of any other property. All this is supported by the many glowing comments from previous guests and the fact that yours is in such high demand. And I must add that the photos and presentation(staging) of your house is first rate.' **
As a native New Mexican, I love to share and promote Albuquerque and its surroundings. It is the unsung hero of the Southwest; a wonderfully diverse town with great weather, the amenities of a fairly large city, and yet in close proximity to abundant outdoor activities and wilderness areas. Free time finds me hiking and mountain biking in the Sandias, or exploring our many beautiful National Forests.
Sara R. Stewart purchased this house in 2014
My parents had stayed at the Casa de Calderones on their yearly month-long visits to New Mexico. They loved the house! So when it came on the market, we jumped at the chance to own and manage this lovely, well maintained property. The previous owner lovingly renovated the home, doing most of the work himself. We feel lucky to inherit his efforts and devotion to this property.
The location of this property is nearly perfect; close to the river for walking and birdwatching, close to Old Town, the heart of the city, with museums and restaurants, and with easy access to the highway. Many important parts of the city are within 20 minutes, and yet it feels very private and quiet.
This home looks like something out of a magazine. Not only is it beautiful, but it is very comfortable as well. If you're looking for a quiet and relaxing place to stay, this is it! We had a great time and would definitely stay here again. I highly recommend it!
We loved staying at this cute place in Albuquerque. It was very clean and quiet. Close to Old Town and many activities and restaurants. Heated floor in the bathroom! We felt right at home the minute we walked in the door. Would definitely stay here again.
We had a great stay - the house was immaculately clean, comfortably furnished, and the kitchen had all the necessities. The washer and dryer looked new and worked perfectly. The location couldn't be better for easy freeway access. I'm looking forward to my next trip to ABQ so I can stay here again!
The casa was everything that I had expected from the photos and more. Spotless, private, and colorful with a beautiful, flowering courtyard. I appreciated the spirit of energy conservation with the use of passive solar heating and a wood stove in the bedroom if needed. Located about a 1/2 mile from a community food cooperative, it met my needs for fresh, organic produce and earth-friendly products. It is a wonderful haven after a venture into Albuquerque, and is within easy driving distance of Santa Fe and access to the Sandia Mtns. I would return here with pleasure and in fact hope to so do next year. The owner, Sara, was easy to contact and a pleasure to do business with!
From the moment we drove through the iron gates, passing through the New Mexico styled patio with the scents of blooming flowers and rosemary until we went to sleep in the comfortable bed, we felt like we were at home.
The kitchen, dining room and living room surprised me with their sizes. The D.R. table could seat 8-10, the floor stained red with nice art work. The kitchen table sits next to 2 windows, the morning sun pouring in while you enjoy coffee. My husband cooked several dinners for us on the gas grill while I sipped my wine and enjoyed the quiet neighborhood. The Casa was very clean and fresh, Sara makes you feel like old friends and had welcome coffee and cookies waiting for us. Pat & Dan
We had a wonderful time staying in this quaint, very clean and well-appointed house. It had everything we could need, and the owner Sara was very welcoming and easy to work with. We highly recommend staying here!
We enjoyed the 1915 home with all it's character. Yes the floor squeaked some but that was part of the charm. All modern conviences were there. The bed was very comfortable. It is located near many interesting places to visit.
Historic Old Town Albuquerque, just 5 minutes away along Rio Grande Blvd, is full of great restaurants, shops and sight-seeing, museums and galleries, and summer-time events in the central plaza gazebo.
Downtown Albuquerque, less than 10 minutes away, with the convention center, hotels, restaurants and movie theater.
Rio Grande Nature Center, 5 minutes to the north. Rio Grande Bosque with nature trails and bike paths is a short drive or walk from the the house.
Hiking on trails in the Sandia Foothills area: 20 minutes from the house.
Hiking on cool mountain trails to the east: 45 minutes to Sandia National Forest area.
Sandia Tram: 30 minutes away with incredible views!
Large upscale malls: 20 minutes and 30 minutes.
Balloon Fiesta Park: approx. 10 miles to the north
Betty's Bath and Day Spa: 5 minutes way, soaking and massages.
Petroglyph National Monument: 15 minutes away.
Santa Fe: within an hour to the north with excellent restaurants, museums and galleries.
Farther afield are numerous Native American pueblos many of which have feast days open to the public.
In the Jemez Mountains, one hour north is Bandelier National Monument for hiking and seeing cliff dwellings and kivas.
Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge: one hour south for migratory birdwatching.
Acoma Sky City and Chaco Canyon, a majestic pueblo construction, are day trips to the west.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Oct 6 2017 - Oct 16 2017
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$100|
|Cleaning for <4 day stay||$60|
A deposit of half the total rent amount is usually required to hold reservation. The remaining rent is due two weeks prior to arrival date.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.