This remodeled mid-century beauty in the desirable Arroyo Seco (only 0.3 miles from the village, with all the shops, eateries, and galleries that make Seco the jewel of Taos County) offers breathtaking mountain views, mature shade trees, a completely renovated kitchen, a sunroom, and a separate workshop/studio that could easily be converted into a guesthouse. Imagine living the rural life--while being only minutes from world-class skiing and snowboarding in Taos Ski Valley and the extraordinary dining, art, and cultural amenities of the Town of Taos. Pull up in the gravel driveway and follow the walkway to one of the sunroom's two exterior doors (the other door is under the covered porch). A bright, happy room, the sunroom has hand-carved wood columns and a ceramic tile floor, and it opens to the living room, where a gas-log fireplace will keep you warm and toasty on chilly autumn nights and snowy winter evenings. Through a wide archway is the dining room/kitchen. The kitchen has wood-laminate flooring, ceramic tile counters, and a step-front bar that separates it from the dining room and makes a sweet spot for casual meals. Stainless-steel appliances include a Maytag six-burner gas stove, a Kenmore refrigerator, and a NuTone Allure hood. There's also a double stainless-steel sink. One step down from the dining room is a dedicated laundry room, which has plenty of cabinets for stashing laundry supplies; the cabinets were handcrafted by local woodworkers and can also serve as pantry space. Both the washer and dryer are Maytag Bravos. Through the back door are a patio, a fenced backyard, and a HotSpring hot tub for soaking under the stars. Back inside and down the hall from the dining room are the home's three bedrooms and a roomy bathroom, which features a ceramic tile vanity and floor. The vanity has two sinks, willow-front cabinetry, and textured walls. One of the home's bedrooms locks from the outside, so if you have vacation rentals in mind, you can maintain the privacy of the owner's bedroom. Another bedroom has a cedar-lined closet. All window openings have been enlarged, and the glass has been replaced with double-pane thermal windows. The copper-colored steel-panel roof is new. The studio/workshop in the side yard has large picture windows (perfect for taking in the glorious views) and can be plumbed for a kitchenette and a bathroom. In addition, the property has a tin shed--formerly a chicken house--that the current owners use for storage. This property is being sold with furnishings, many of which are handcrafted (some items will be excluded). If you're ready to move in, this home is ready for you!