You'll fall in love with this 500-square-foot casita located in Corrales, New Mexico, United States. The accommodation for up to 2 guests with 1 bedroom, 1 bed, and 1 bath is just minutes to town but set back in the quiet, small farm community of Corrales. The tiny house is located on the popular Corrales acequia (waterway) where you can walk/bike to the farmers market, bistros, wineries, breweries, shops, and the Rio Grande Bosque river. The 500-square-foot casita has all the amenities you need with the coziness of a modern farmhouse. The owners live in the home next door and are happy to help with anything you need.
The casita home has no oven or stove due to Corrales rules. This is a 500-square-foot tiny house casita on the same lot as the homeowners. There is a driveway with parking, front porch of the casita, and the casita itself. The vacation property has two beach cruiser bikes available for guests to use upon request. They will be parked on the front porch upon arrival and are yours for the entire stay. A bike lock is also supplied.
The Village of Corrales has forced the owners to remove the stove/oven due to village building codes. The casita does have a hot plate available that has two burners and it also has a griddle. All blinds in the casita are remote-controlled black-out blinds. The remote is in the top drawer of the kitchen. There is a binder in the kitchen behind the front door with casita directions and helpful insight into the area. The tiny house is located in Corrales, New Mexico, United States, it is a quiet farm community with lush surroundings. If you have a mountain bike or dirt road bike the acequia in front of the house runs the span of the village. If you are up for the walk you can walk into the village as well.
The Village of Corrales is a small, treasured oasis located alongside the fast-growing Albuquerque metropolitan area. While the greater metropolitan area numbers well over a half million people, Corrales, has about 9,000 people and strives to retain a rural lifestyle. Prehistoric sites indicate the Corrales Valley was occupied as early as 500 A. D. when ancestors of the present-day Pueblo Indians inhabited the area. Subsequent populations, including Hispanic, European, and American families, settled here to raise grapes, apples, and livestock. That tradition continues today with our wineries, many farms growing a vast array of fruits and vegetables available at our Growers Market, and a wide variety of livestock living in the Village.
Corrales may be a small village but it is alive with galleries to explore, unique retail establishments with one-of-a-kind merchandise, restaurants featuring a variety of food for all tastes, and miles of tree-lined trails to explore. There are popular festivals and events including the annual Garden Tour, Corrales Art Studio Tour, the Harvest Festival, Scarecrow Festival, and Starlight Parade provide you with a chance to experience the best Corrales has to offer.
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