Charming Adobe and Strawbale home and casita in the cherished and historic Casa Las Barrancas Compound. This single-level, freestanding condo abounds with authentic Pueblo revival features, including vigas and beams, tinted plaster walls, brick flooring, and lovely Talavera tile countertops and accents throughout. It is part of an approximately 10-acre compound with 6 other houses, each sited for maximum privacy and private space. With ample water rights, the property features decades of Permaculture practices, massive old-growth trees, community gardens, a common woodwork shop, and a common guesthouse with two bedrooms and a full kitchen. Casa Las Barrancas also has its own 3 acres of constructed wetlands.