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Springwild House

Taos, New Mexico


About Springwild

SPRINGWILD -- AN INCREDIBLY TAOS PROPERTY - this eclectic truly custom home and group of Casitas, has gardens, access to the Rio Fernando, an acequia, water rights, and even a Crows Nest to gaze at much of Taos and the Sangre de Cristo mountains. Started in 1980 by the American Postwar & Contemporary artist, Malcolm McCleod Brown (1925-2003), and completed by his family and the current owner, this property contains a main house, resembling a ship, with four rentals, vegetable gardens, a workshop, chicken coop, and meditation trails to the river. Its a beautiful one-of-a-kind property in excellent condition, just waiting for the right person to appreciate it and settle in this Oasis of Solitude in Taos.

The property produces annual income of just over $30,000 from four long term month-to-month rentals, and an approximately $30,000 from an AirBnB/VRBO rental Casita. Income data is available on request with a non-disclosure agreement. The well is 3 acre-ft per year, and the acequia provides up to 3.75 acre-ft of surface water from the San Francisco de Assisi Ditch. 

Video Tour
Grounds & Main House
Birdseye View

Main House & Gardens

Property Entry

Drive to Main House

Backyard Entry

Loft Sleeping Area Access Ladder

Main Bedroom

Rio Fernando

Living Room

Loft 1 Sleeping Area - Ladder to Loft Two



Music Room/Bedroom

Bathhouse Entry

Bathhouse Entry

Bathhouse Interior

Duplex Casita
Duplex Entry

Duplex Entry

Duplex Large Rental

Duplex Small Rental

Short-Term Rental B&B Casita

B&B Casita Entry

Main Room B&B Casita

B&B Casita Bathroom

Studio Casita

Larger Studio Casita

Inside Studio Casita

Kitchen Area Studio Casita

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