Sited on nearly two acres in Historic Madrid Village, this versatile offering is comprised of two legal lots with a one-bedroom house, a currently-rented guest house, and a workshop/studio all served by a shared well. One lot is developed with a thoughtful home including Pella windows adding lots of natural light. The main home has laundry facilities, warm wood flooring and a large, fully-fenced backyard with deck and hot tub. The yard sits along a meandering arroyo looking South to the Ortiz Mountains. There is a darling casita with bath and kitchenette with room to add on. The solid, detached workshop with power would make a fine studio. The property is cradled by the Madrid hills where David Bowie once was "The Man Who Fell to Earth." Buffered by the hills and arroyo with bits of metal sculptures created from pieces from the old mining days, the property is close to the restaurants, coffee house, General Store, and galleries that make up this artistic village now with its own radio station. There is County Open Space also near the home. The location is an easy commute to both Santa Fe and Albuquerque.