If a charming mountain view is on your wish list, then plant your peepers on this New Mexico adobe home. The three bedroom and its surrounding land are listed for $398,000.
Located on 11.5 acres in Truchas (halfway between Santa Fe and Taos), the home was built in 1910. It's home to Lisa Law, the writer and photographer of Flashing on the Sixties about the decade's counterculture; photos of the home property are featured in the book.
The 1,464 square foot home has timber beams, stucco walls, and rustic vibe throughout. There's also a covered stone patio that overlooks the Jimenez mountains.
The property also has a greenhouse, chicken coop, hay barn, tack room, garden beds, and fields for alfalfa and grass mix hay cultivation. If that's not enough nature, Carson National Forest, Santa Fe National Forest, Pecos Wilderness, and the Ojo Caliente Hot Springs are nearby.