Town - 3 blocks to Taos Town, 18 miles to Taos Ski Valley, Easy walk to town, Historic property listed on National Historic Register, Professionally landscaped enclosed yard
"Casa Carlos" located in the romantic adobe Village of Taos, New Mexico is a unique and very special "National Historic Register" property within easy walk to the Taos Plaza with shops, galleries, eateries, Thursday evening live music and summer festivals. The original casita was authentically restored and beautifully landscaped in the 1990's by its "then owner" and founder of the now famous El Monte Sagrado Spa and Resort in Taos, NM. The interior, exterior and grounds are methodically tended to making this home a treasure for returning guests who call Casa Carlos their "home away from home".
A rare find with enclosed back yard and tranquil water feature pond, trickling water, shade trees and grass is a favorite draw fpr returning guests.
The current owners have poured additional love and care into making this a very special lodging destination by adding upscale furniture and furnishings, flat screen TV and Blue-ray for movie buffs.
An easy stroll to town and Taos Plaza shops, restaurants and galleries enables guests to come and go with ease and freedom from driving and parking the car.
Historically, Casa Carlos was part of an adjacent property owned by Oscar Berninghaus who was one of the 8 original founders of the Taos Art Colony. Oscar lived in the larger home and used the casita as his studio in the 1920's. The studio was much later named Casa Carlos after Oscar's son "Charles". The Harwood Museum (an easy walk) is host to many works of Oscar Berninghaus and of his 7 Taos Art Colony founding buddies. Guests are urged to take the historic walk and ponder the original works of the original owner of this special casita.