This historic adobe house has been in the same family since 1951. At the top edge of the village, it faces the historic alignment of the Santa Fe Trail and the famous “wagon mound” landmark on the Trail. The house is on two municipal lots, and the property comes with five lots across the street, which offer a view of the wagon mound. There is an old two-room adobe structure on those lots which is currently used for storage. The house has three bedrooms, one bonus room, and one full bath, with a vintage tub and a separate shower. It also has a large living room and eat-in kitchen, and a vintage wood cook stove in the back room. A sunroom with raised beds for planting is attached to the left side of the house, and there’s a one-car carport on the same side. New roof in 2018; plumbing updated 2008; electric updated late 1990s. Quiet small-town living in a historic town on the Santa Fe Trail.