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Listing No. 24982

1887 Spanish Colonial
Espanola, NM

The Bond House Museum

The anchor for Plaza de Espanola is the historic Bond House, now a museum that highlights the transition of Espanola from frontier outpost to commercial center. Until the coming of the railroad in 1880, the Hispanic and Native American lifestyles of the area had been unchanged for more than three centuries. Coming from Canada, the Frank Bond family established the Espanola Mercantile, invested in sheep and land, and began the construction of an adobe home. By 1910, the house had grown to its current size, a testament to the power of the new cash economy.

Contact Information:

Address: 706 Bond Street
Espanola, NM 87532

Phone: 505-747-8535


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