Real Estate Listing: 14 Lourdes Drive – 22.64 Acres


June 24, 2020

[Note: This property is part of the Servants of the Paraclete complex in Jemez Springs NM. It was originally known as the Lourdes Retreat, then Our Lady of Lourdes Novitiate, and most recently (earlier his year) Lourdes House of Prayer: “We offer opportunities for spirituality and hospitality to priests and brothers who want to ‘come away to a quiet place’ for a time.” This listing provides photographs and a drone video of the property. It is a few miles north of the main compound of the Servants of the Paraclete. That compound used to extend between Villa Louis Martin Drive and St. Joseph Drive on the west side of NM Route 4 (see map). Some years ago, the buildings along Villa Louis Martin Drive were bought by the National Park Service to house the administrative offices of its Valles Caldera National Preserve. But most of the main compound is still owned by the Servants of the Paraclete, including Mary, Mother of Priests Church across from the Jemez Historic Site. The main complex is now called the Father Fitzgerald Retreat and Renewal Center.]

14 Lourdes Drive – 22.64 Acres
Jemez Springs, NM 87025
United States
Land: 22.64 acres (approx.)
Web #: 0576287
MLS ID: 201804504

Situated in the heart of majestic Jemez Springs, New Mexico, this magnificent compound property sits on 22.64 +/- acres of lush and usable land surrounded by trees and grass. The Jemez River, as well as a long lived acequia waterway run through/flank the property. Three homes/structures are surrounded by dramatic valley views and evergreen tree laden mountain-scapes where wildlife and native birds can be seen traversing the scenery. Jemez Springs is best known for its nearby and off-property natural hot springs warmed by the ancient waters of the Valles Caldera. The property is just an hour drive away from the larger city of Los Alamos or Bernalillo/Albuquerque.

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