A stylish bed and breakfast inspires guests in Taos, New Mexico.
Artists, authors, and innovators have sought escape and inspiration at Palacio de Marquesa for almost 100 years.
Originally built in the 1920s as a residence, this Taos, New Mexico, property is currently operating as a bed-and-breakfast, owned by Heritage Hotels and Resorts (HH&R), New Mexico’s largest hospitality company. It sits on two tracts, totaling 1.214 acres, with the tract adjacent to the B&B representing an opportunity for further development, whether it be a wedding venue, spa, or additional guest suites.
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The home originally had five bedrooms, but following renovations in the 1930s and ’40s, it boasts 7,179 square feet and eight bedrooms. It first operated as a hospitality property under the name Casa de las Chimineas for 25 years before being acquired by HH&R in 2013. The stylish bed and breakfast also includes private manager’s quarters.
The new owners may also choose to make Palacio de Marquesa a private retreat once more, creating a picturesque family compound where memories can be made for generations to come.
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Taos, New Mexico
1.214 acres | 7,179 square-feet
Listed by Chris Webster of Sotheby’s International Realty - Santa Fe - 326 Grant Avenue.
Photography: Heritage Hotels and Resorts for Sotheby’s International Realty.