Located on a picturesque acre in the heart of Corrales, New Mexico. Our beautifully refurbished adobe and its scenic gardens are available as a special venue for weddings, celebrations, concerts, dances, art events and corporate meetings.
A small vineyard and wooden gateway lead to a 100-foot-long pergola supporting wisteria, climbing roses, and flowering trumpet vines. The garden is abundant with fruit trees, flowers, aromatic herbs, and lawns. A bubbling fountain at the Casa’s front entrance welcomes you through wrought-iron gates into the Grand Sala.
We have furnished Casa Perea’s interior and exterior spaces with authentic New Mexican and Spanish Colonial antiques that evoke historic New Mexico architecture and style. The stunning Grand Sala offers a 62 x 14-foot-long wooden dance floor that once hosted elegant social gatherings and festive parties.
The State Register of Cultural Properties describes this 170-year-old historic casa as an “excellently preserved example of New Mexico Territorial Architecture.”
Circa 1850 the Perea family, prominent landowners and vintners, began building their home with adobe bricks and terrones, sod blocks cut from the banks of the nearby Rio Grande. Following New Mexico’s statehood in 1912, the Casa served for a time as the Sandoval County Courthouse.
Photography courtesy of Maura Jane Photography and Max Woltman Photography