Hopefully the inside walls will be smoothed off Randy, if not, it would certainly be a challenge. Lovely rustic look here.
I love the structure...I'm sure it would be impossible to hang anything.
What character this old place has. A good example of early day building practices in New Mexico!
I see it has new vinyl windows!
Wow! Very nice Randy.
Not too much wall space, right? Looks like new windows in that adobe, and I find the house very attractive.For some reason this takes me back 50 plus years to when we lived in Arizona. Some houses that had just been built began to crumble. Turns out they used Mexican brick which was not made properly. Can you imagine your new house washing away? :-)
It would be very interesting to live here. Re. hanging art work: if there's a will, there's a way!
It sure would! I like it too.
... without chipping chunks of the beautiful mortar out. hahahahaha
That is really a neat home, probably cool in the summer and easy to keep warm in the winter.
oh, this is cool! i'd love to have those walls - as long as they don't crack and crumble.
Maybe the walls are artful enough without anything added. I think in the old days they hung the pictures on long wires from the ceiling. Nice shot.
I bet it lasts longer than most things built these days. I like it too!
You are right: that wouldn't be easy, but I like it exactly the way it is now!
Fantastic! I love it too.
You are right about the artwork. That would be difficult. I love to see this type of construction and it's getting very rare.
Amazing what can be done with stone and mud!
I love how the stones give texture to the adobe!
It looks very old but is probably toasty with the new windows.
It looks nice!
Cooling in the summer, these methods of building !
The texture of this wall is absolutely wonderful!
Can you imagine anyone coming along one hundred years from now and taking a picture of the back of one of the current "track" homes???
The art work is the house itself!
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