Fully developed, self-sufficient, multi-structure homestead complex. This property has it all! Close to the small towns of Arroyo Hondo and Arroyo Seco, 15 minutes from El Prado and Taos, 30 minutes from the Taos Ski Valley, 1.25 mile walk to the John Dunn Bridge and the Rio Grande Gorge. This 6.99 acre property has a 3442 sq ft 3 bedroom adobe Main House; a 832 sq ft Guest House with bedroom, full bath, and kitchenette/great room; a 779 sq ft passive solar Workshop/Studio; a 380 sq ft geodesic dome solar Greenhouse; a 2-stall Barn with electricity, separate hay storage, tack room, paddock, and fenced pasture. Vegetable garden, orchard, stock pond, 3.19 acre-ft of surface water irrigation rights, 3 acre-ft well water rights, rainwater catchment. Living and work spaces overlook the Rio Hondo Valley, with stunning views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Comfortable living in a secluded and private setting. The Main House is super-insulated with in-floor radiant heat, wood stove, 3 bedrooms--including a spacious master suite with kiva fireplace, 2 baths, open country-style kitchen, dining room with skylights and south-facing windows, lots of storage, and a covered patio. A grid-tied solar photovoltaic system with off-grid battery back-up and a propane-fueled generator supply back-up electricity to the Main House and Guest House. The Workshop/Studio is open plan with high ceilings and clerestory windows, active solar radiant heat and wood stove. Adjacent to the former New Buffalo Commune, the area is now a mecca for artists, weavers, musicians, authors, agrarians, and horticulturalists. Two legal parcels with separate electrical meters. 3.19 acres of the property are in a Taos Land Trust Agricultural Conservation Easement.