Just as Las Dos fulfilled the aspirations of two resourceful homesteaders long ago, it can answer your dreams of living on enchanting and beautiful New Mexico land today. Descendants of the original owners today have created the Las Dos Subdivision located nine miles and fifteen minutes northwest of the Santa Fe Plaza and continue to maintain its ecological integrity and environmental beauty. As a result, the Las Dos property has not been grazed, and the ground cover has remained undisturbed. In addition, the owners preserved a natural catch-water basin in a quartzite outcropping that had once been a stopping place for indigenous travelers long ago. Petroglyphs left by these nomadic people remind one of the history surrounding this focal point of today’s La Lagunita park. The ungrazed natural ground cover is a delightful blend of pinon, juniper, cactus, yucca, wild native grasses, and colorful wildflowers. Native wildlife is also abundant: coyotes, jack rabbits, occasional deer and elk, road runners, and many other birds. Las Dos has extraordinary sweeping panoramic views of the Jemez and Sangre de Cristo mountain ranges across BLM and Tesuque Pueblo lands perpetually enhanced by the ethereal quality of light for which northern New Mexico in known. Las Dos’ Lot A-2 is 63.5 acres and offers an opportunity to create a dream fulfilling family compound to serve as a legacy for future generations ownership and enjoyment. For an expanded history of this exceptional property and area and its original homesteaders, please click here.