Sustainably Stunning in Taos

August 13, 2010 by  

Sustainably stunning? Is that super lame? I can’t tell – that’s what the Internet does. It turns your brain to mush!

What I know ISN’T lame is this tricked out sustainable house in Taos, NM. (Disclaimer: I was born and raised in New Mexico so I have inside information about how awesome it is.)

The home is 3 bedrooms / 2.5 bathrooms / 2,300 sq ft and is listed for $749,000. [Full listing here.] Oh, and to answer your question, horses are indeed allowed.

Designed by Antonio Pares, who now works with the sustainable architecture firm Mithun, the home’s listing claims one can live “off the grid.” One must wonder what exactly that means, as there isn’t much detail about the exact nature of the home’s sustainability claims. But when we’re blissing out to Real Estate Porn, we don’t ask too many questions. We don’t ask why it’s been on the market for 3 years, or why there are no photos of the kitchen/bathrooms/fireplaces.

Just splurge on images:

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