Living room with a comfy reclining couch. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Fully stocked kitchen with a dining table that fits a family of six. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Complimentary coffee, sugar, and creamer. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Bedroom with queen mattress. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Outside patio table with 6 seating for entertainment. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Living room with stove and comfy reclining sofa. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Front door - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Living room with 55-inch tv. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Kitchen with gas stove and dishwasher. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Very spacious kitchen with dining table. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Very spacious kitchen, very rare in Old Town. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Second bedroom with another queen bed. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Full bathroom with complimentary shampoo(Head & Shoulder) and body wash(Dove). - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
washer, iron board, the iron board included. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Trundle bed with 2 twin beds that can be turned into a king bed. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Small desk to catch up to your email with 100mbps fast internet. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
washer and dryer. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Outdoor patio to unwind. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Super rare covered parking for your trailers.
7.6ft height
46.5ft length
14.5ft breadth - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Super rare covered parking for your trailers.
7.6ft height
46.5ft length
14.5ft breadth - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Front door with lockbox entry. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Traditional Coyote/latillas fence outside the property. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Walkable distance to major attractions in the city. - Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque
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Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza
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Overview

Charming Adobe house inside the heart of Albuquerque's Old Town Plaza with covered free parking! Excellent location. Ideal for families getaway, business travel & short/long term stays!
This cozy house has two bedrooms w/queen bed, an office space with a trundle bed that converts to a king-size bed. Perfect for 6. Enjoy a full kitchen that opens out a covered patio.
Just steps away from all the great NM dining, the famous SAW mill, shopping, museums, entertainment, church & parks in the Plaza.
This unique adobe house is a 1300 Sq. ft single famaily home in the historic Old Town Plaza (Plaza Vieja) neighborhood highly favored by visitors. The house is in a quiet setting and it gives you the feeling of being at home. It is listed for 6 people as there is a Trundle bed in the office space and 2 queen beds in each private bedroom. Fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances: gas stove, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, large sink, and the kitchen is fully equipped for those who prefer to cook or eat in. High efficiency, refrigerated heating and air conditioning units in main living and bedroom.

For the business traveler, there is a workspace with free wifi. Conveniently located to attending conferences/events at Hotel Albuquerque, within walking distance.

The house is within walking distance to numerous museums (Albuquerque Museum of Art and outdoor sculptures, Explora Children's Museum; the Museum of Natural Science and History, and Rattlesnake Museum); theTiguex Park, Saw Mill, restaurants, cafes, shops, art, street merchants, live music and entertainment. The Plaza is the place to visit in Albuquerque! The center of the Plaza has a beautiful shaded area and gazebo where you can relax and take in the "enchantment" the New Mexico.

Come to experience Albuquerque and feel at home!


Things to do in Albuquerque and the Surrounding Area


1. See the sunset from the top (or bottom) of the Sandia Mountains:
Take the world's longest Tram to the top, you can eat at High Finance or have a margarita.
Afraid of heights? Eat/ Drink at Santiago’s, conveniently located at the foot of the Tram ….the sunsets there as well.

2 Old Town is a great place to walk. Hungry? Church Street Cafe is waiting. Try some enchiladas or their original Chile Rellenos with red and green chile sauce.

3 If you have had enough New Mexican Food for this trip, Vinaigrette beckons with unusual (and healthy) salads.

4. In the Old Town area, several good museums can be found: The Indian Cultural Museum, The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, The New Mexico Natural History Museum with a planetarium, The Children's Museum, and The Rattlesnake Museum.

Other local destinations include The Bio-Park with its Aquarium The Rio Grande Zoo, and The Botanical Gardens While at the zoo, hop on a miniature train, it winds its way through Tingly Beach where some of Ed Haddaway's sculptures reside.

5.Stop and Shop at Palms Trading Company…… If you just look at stuff it might be cheaper. But half-priced deals abound, and you NEED all the beautiful ceramics, turquoise jewelry, and kachinas you see from the 19 Pueblos around NM.

6. Visit Los Poblanos Inn: a historic property with a farm shop, lavender fields, and a fantastic restaurant.

7 Acoma Pueblo is definitely worth a visit. Native Americans live on top of a mountain that looks like it had a crew cut. Some people call these mountains Mesas but we prefer to call them mountains with crew cuts. Anthropologists agree that Native Americans have been living there since before Eisenhower was president.

Forward Hike!

8. You can hike Tent Rock Canyon. It is on the way to Santa Fe and it has very interesting land formations that look like tents with rocks on them. They also look a little bit like Humphrey Bogart in profile. See, there is his nose…….

Forward Stroll! Uh, Forward Shop!

9.Stroll around Nob Hill or Uptown for great shopping

Forward Hike Some More!

10.Visit Tinkertown off of Route 14 at the base of the other side of the Sandia Mountains. It is a Ross Wards wonderful wacky vision that is open April - October.

Then Hike, Cross country ski, or snowshoe in the Sandia mountains or Continue on to Madrid a funky art town on the way to Santa Fe.

Forward Fly!

11. Take a balloon ride! We are the Balloon Capital of the world!!!

Forward Drink!

12. Visit and sample wares at Casa Rondena Winery, Gruet Champagne, or St Claire Winery.

Forward Eat!

13. Eat at Jennifer James 101 for a wonderful dinner!

Just Sit Down and Paddle

14.Kayak or paddleboard down the Rio Grande.

15.Gamble at one of our many Native American Casinos such as Sandia Casino which often has a beautiful outdoor concert.

Enough of (Website hidden by Airbnb) is time to get serious and see the world (at least New Mexico):

16. In Santa Fe there is a wonderful Folk Art Museum. among many other galleries and museums including the Georgia O'keefe Museum.

Or you can visit a Japanese Hot Springs called Ten thousand Waves.

Don't forget the world-class Santa Fe Opera.

17. Further north you can visit Ojo Caliente Spa and Hot Springs...Georgia Okeefes home ( you need a reservation), Taos...There are wineries along the way.

18.Further south you can visit Truth or Consequences to take it down a notch in the natural hot springs there. Float down the Rio Grande in an inner Tube in June and July,
Boat on the Elephant Butte Lake or even take a flight to the moon from the Space Sport which is opening soon!

19. Consider White Sands, Roswell for the Alien Museum, Carlsbad Caverns, Jemez Springs, Valles Caldera National Preserve, or Anasazi anthropological sites such as Chaco Canyon or Bandelier National Monument.

Amenities

Washing Machine
Clothes Dryer
Heating
Air Conditioning
Fireplace
Full Kitchen
Wifi
Cable TV
Smoke Detector

Reviews (29)

Excellent based on 29 Reviews

Suitability

Child friendly
Parking Included
Free covered parking is available which is super rare in this area.
Not Wheelchair Accessible

Getting around

Walkable distance to everywhere, one of the few house in the neighborhood with covered parking. Park your vehicles and walk to the historic old town plaza(3 mins walk), walk to the museums, close to the kids and pet friendly Tiguex park(2 mins walk), 5 mins walk to Explora and National History museum.
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Notes
Please open the gate outside towards the sidewalk to park your car or to get inside the property. Only one pet is allowed, First pet is included in the booking fee, one time additional pet fee of $50 will be requested for another pet. The home is regularly treated with non-toxic pest repellent. Still, this property is located in a historic neighborhood in the desert. Bugs are a part of life here in the southwest. While we make every effort to stay on top of pest control and keep the house spotless for guests, we cannot completely control nature and therefore you may see the occasional bug. Please be aware of this and make sure you're ok with the possibility before booking.
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Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque is a Vacation Home located in Albuquerque, NM, United States. This Vacation Home is available for short term lodging and accommodates 6 guests
Best location, 3 mins walk to Old Town Plaza - Albuquerque has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and was listed on Houfy on Nov 2021

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