Taos New Mexico

New Mexico School Transformed Into Residence With Amazing Views

By Bethany Erickson / December 2, 2018 / 0 Comments
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In our quest to find the most interesting historical shelters, we fully admit to being suckers for a good school house conversion, and this example in the historic mining village of Hillsboro, New Mexico, does not disappoint. The school was built in the 1800s, listing agent Crystal Lay with Steinborn & Associates Real Estate said, […]

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On SecondShelters.com: Town or Country? In This Week’s Taos Splurge vs. Steal It’s Hard To Choose

By Amy Puchaty / September 25, 2018 / 0 Comments

Town or country? In this week’s Splurge vs. Steal it’s hard to choose. That’s because we are taking you to Taos, New Mexico – one of America’s foremost art colonies, where high desert living meets historic adobe architecture and breathtaking Sangre de Cristo Mountain views. For this reason, we zeroed in on two exceptional Taos […]

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The Ski Report: How is Louis Bacon Reshaping Taos, the "Unresort" Ski Resort?

By Candy Evans / March 4, 2014 / 4 Comments

Our trusted Dallas Addison, lawyer and vacation/recreation home consultant extraordinaire, returned recently from a ski trip to Taos, New Mexico, where the once family-owned resort has been sold to conservation billionaire Louis Bacon. Bacon, the 55 year old founder and Chief Executive Officer of Moore Capital, is estimated by Forbes to be worth $1.4 billion. Late […]

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The Ski Report: How is Louis Bacon Reshaping Taos, the “Unresort” Ski Resort?

By Candy Evans / March 4, 2014 / 2 Comments

Our trusted Dallas Addison, lawyer and vacation/recreation home consultant extraordinaire, returned recently from a ski trip to Taos, New Mexico, where the once family-owned resort has been sold to conservation billionaire Louis Bacon. Bacon, the 55 year old founder and Chief Executive Officer of Moore Capital, is estimated by Forbes to be worth $1.4 billion. Late […]

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