Set on the scenic Turquiose Trail in the heart of the Madrid business district; a creative community with over 40 shops, galleries, restaurants and is a year round attraction in Santa Fe County. This turn key commercial property consists of a spacious +/- 1,700 sq. ft. retail store, with exceptional foot traffic and can be purchased with complete inventory. In addition to the store, there are 2 apartments abutting the store, as well as a separate casita each with a successfully lucrative lodging history. Each apartment has quiet, private spaces and private parking. There are 3 off street parking spaces and an additional carport for parking next to the casita.
The charming façade is immediately recognizable driving down Main Street, Madrid. The turquoise pitched roof house, with pink trim, was once the village Sunday schoolhouse and was recently used as a setting in the Hollywood film, Wild Hogs, as the Frontier Gas Station.