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Rock House In The Forest

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The Rock House is a phenomenal property in the forest: a large stone house surrounded by ancient Alligator Juniper trees, situated with an open view of the Ortiz Mountains and South Mountain to the east. It was built for an opera singer around 1920, the loft she used to sing from remains. Reminiscent of an old national park visitor center or lodge, the Rock House is an ideal spot for events. It was named by UNM students who used to sneak in and party in the 40’s and 50s. There are 3 bathrooms, five bedrooms and a large dining room with an open kitchen. The center of the house has a vast room with 18’ high ceilings and two massive arched windows that allow you to see through the house to the mountains beyond. The big room shares the view of the mountains with a 1000 sq. ft. deck just outside it. The house is surrounded by 2 1/2 acres of forest land.

Category and style

House

Cabin, Rustic

Location details

Bedrooms:
5
Bathrooms:
3
Property size (sq ft):
3400 sq ft
Lot size:
108900 sq ft

Location Rules

No smoking
Use of restroom(s) for a crew of 15 people or less is allowed

Amenities

Hair/Makeup area
Wifi

Features

Exposed Beams
High Ceiling
Screen Doors
Wood Doors
Gravel/Dirt Driveway
Backyard
Courtyard
Front yard
Garage (Detached)
Gates
Hills
Large Grounds
Toolshed
Veranda
Brick Fireplace
Fireplace With Mantle
Large Fireplace
Modern Fireplace
Rustic Fireplace
Stone Fireplace
Light Wood/Whitewash Floor
Large Yard
Basement
Closet
Home Office
Laundry Room
Piano
Open Kitchen
White Kitchen
Wood Kitchen Cabinets
Wood Kitchen Countertop
Front Porch
Patio
Screened Porch
Wood Deck
Dance/Yoga/Fitness
Mountain/Vista View
Stone Walls
White Walls
Location
Exact location provided after booking