Rancho Rosado offers end of the road privacy on 15 acres and consists of a 3 bedroom adobe main home, 1 bedroom guest casita, solar heated infinity pool, separate storage building, pergola, portals, views of distant mountains, and close proximity to the Santa Fe National Forest with 1.6 million acres of majestic forests offering skiing, biking and hiking, horseback riding, fishing, hunting, mushrooming, among many other outdoor recreational pursuits. This fabulous location provided world renowned author, Armistead Maupin, inspiration for his latest novel, The Days of Anna Madrigal, the final book in his iconic nine-volume Tales of the City series. A honey locust was planted near the ramada to commemorate the completion of the novel and series. Nearby are the Four Seasons Rancho Encantado resort and the Tesuque Village Market. Nourishing fresh air and sensual light perpetually inspire and reward the senses and punctuate paradise found in northern New Mexico with an exclamation point.