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A Compound with History

During the Spanish period, the location and construction of the acequia madre (the main irrigation ditch) was one of the first acts in the founding of towns in New Mexico.1

El Lado de Acequia, now a tiny U.S. Historic District, was a village created by the Spaniards to maintain and oversee the acequia in the heart of what is today the Old Town neighborhood.

Acequia House

Short-Term Vacation Rental
in Old Town Albuquerque Historic District

  • Fully furnished
  • Recently remodeled
  • Terra cotta tile, beautiful woodwork, and southwestern details
  • New stainless appliances, including washer & dryer
  • Fireplace
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 queen beds, sleeps 4
  • Large armoire and closet space
  • 1 bath with cast-iron clawfoot bathtub
  • Private courtyard with separate bar area and covered dining patio
  • Beautiful large central garden
  • Secure off-street parking
  • Short Term Rental
      • $125/night, 3-night minimum
      • Discounts available for weekly or longer stays. Please call (505) 228-1867.

    Living room

    Kitchen and dining


    The first queen bedroom has sunny, bright windows with a view of the central garden. Guests sleeping in this room enjoy a vaulted ceiling and ample storage space in the large armoire.

    The second bedroom is in the northeast corner of the home, with a window opening to the private outdoor dining area. This room is perfect for those sleepers who prefer their bedroom cozy and dark!


    Outdoor dining and private courtyard