Unique opportunity to purchase an historic triple-adobe Hacienda dating back to the early 1800s with intimate charming chapel that was once the site of the El Camino Real stagecoach stop between Santa Fe and Taos. Located on 3 lush acres in a glorious cottonwood bosque, and served by the Llano Acequia originating in the Santa Cruz Lake. Modernized and previously operated as the Inn at Santa Cruz, the time-honored structure is built around a traditional central courtyard with an ancient tamarisk tree. The grounds and courtyard contain a wooden entry bridge, swimming pool, ornamental pond and expansive gardens including a plot for garden-to-table organic farming. Protected on all sides by small neighboring estates and entry road setback, this property also has potential for a B and B, with four bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, currently configured as three bedrooms and a large office suite w/bath. Only a half-hour drive north of Santa Fe behind a private gate, this old-world haven offers an escape from today’s fast-paced life and an opportunity to step back to a time of heritage-rich New Mexico design and construction.