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2 Bedroom, 1 Bath adobe home on private and beautifully landscaped 1/3 acre
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Infant Crib and highchair available.Infant Crib and highchair available.
No pets - Our no pet policy is strictly enforced.Our no pet policy is strictly enforced.
No smoking - The entire property is non-smoking.The entire property is non-smoking.
Max guests: 5 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 26
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
Property has guest safety measures
Cleaned with disinfectant
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
Follows industry health association: SafeHome (VRMA & VRHP)
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About Mr. Michael Aragon
Michael manages this vacation rental. He’s an Albuquerque native who lives less than one mile from the property, and he’s dedicated to making your stay hassle-free and memorable. Michael is more than happy to share with you his local knowledge about nearby cultural sites, markets, shopping, restaurants and entertainment. He knows Albuquerque and New Mexico like the back of his hand - just ask!
Mr. Michael Aragon purchased this House in 2014
Why Mr. Michael Aragon chose Los Griegos
At its heart is Old Town, just minutes from Casa La Huerta, the site where the original city was founded in 1706. Cobblestone streets and adobe walls characterize this neighborhood where Native American and Spanish cultures still mingle. You'll also find a certain level of kitsch, deposited from the hey-day of US Route 66 that runs through the heart of town. The downtown area's décor consists of neon signs and funky souvenir shops. Head farther out and you'll find expansive homes and lush vineyards in the North Valley, where Casa La Huerta is located, and Cottonwood Heights. Albuquerque stays true to its roots. Hispanic flavors can be found in many of the city's restaurants (prepare for the ear-popping heat of New Mexico's favorite ingredient, the chile pepper). Native American arts and crafts adorn many a gallery window. But despite its old age—the city celebrated its 300th birthday in 2006—Albuquerque is nothing short of cosmopolitan, boasting funky boutiques, top-notch performance venues and exciting nightlife. To top it all off, the city's proximity to the stunning Sandia Mountains makes it a great home base for Southwest discovery.
What makes this House unique
Casa La Huerta was originally constructed in the late 1890's and was enlarged to its current configuration in the 1930's. It is therefore not configured like a modern home or hotel. It has abundant character and charm reflective of New Mexico, and is very much a historic showcase of what a modest family home in New Mexico was like in the late 1800's. This is what our guests rave about and enjoy, and what makes Casa La Huerta a special place and a very successful vacation rental. We take pride in delivering a clean, sanitary, safe, functional, well maintained and comfortable vacation residence that represents an unbeatable value for money.