Tucked away on a secluded hilltop plaza that dates from 1796, you will find Kiva, centerpiece of the historically designated La Loma Plaza. Look out your window past the wide portal at the quaint chapel and interior plaza where its founders kept their livestock. This beautifully restored casita has a freestanding woodburning stove in the cozy living room with hand carved beams on the ceiling. The solid wood plank flooring, recessed adobe nichos and deep windows create a warm and inviting home. This 220 -year old treasure retains its 2- foot thick sloped adobe walls and is adorned with Talavera tiles in both Kitchen and Bath. Kiva has private, latilla- fenced front and rear courtyards with mature xeriscaping and trees. A generous wood storage shed provides space for your extra belongings, but also insures privacy for the generous flagstone seating area in the rear courtyard. Spend some time soaking up Taos history with neighbors who are descendants from La Loma Plaza's original settlers. With in walking distance to Historic Taos Plaza, museums, local art, shopping, fine dinning and less than 20 miles to world class Taos Ski Valley. Truly a one of a kind property, ready for you to call home.