Annies Wren
Annies Wren
1/2 block to the lifts!    This  2 bedroom, 2 bath condo with very nice furnishings, beautiful tiled kitchen, propane fireplace, has some views of the ski slope.  Open parking, with easy in and out access.  This property will sleep 6.  There is a queen in the master bedroom, 1 full in the 2nd bedroom and a queen sleeper sofa in the living area.   Kitchen is fully stocked with ample cooking utensils, coffee pot, blender, and seating for four at the bar.  
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Angel Fire Rentals offers you a wide selection of vacation homes and condos for your rental needs.  Please take a few minutes to view some of our vacation rental properties.

We have homes that will sleep up to 15 and, by packaging several together, we can accommodate up to 28.  We have a variety of Homes and Condos, some that are within blocks of the slopes of Angel Fire Resort.  


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Whether it's Golfing, Skiing, Fishing, Hiking, Rafting, Horseback Riding, or you're  just looking for a hide-away, we have the place for you!

We also offer a complete line of services for all of your real estate needs, including a Home Care Program.  

If you are looking to buy a get away place or looking to down size or just to sell, please visit our Real Estate web site 


First came the Moache Ute Indians, who settled in the quiet Moreno Valley in the 1700's.  They stood in awe of the Orange glow atop Agua Fria Peak, and took it as a blessing on their omen from The Great Spirit.

Then, a great fire threatened to destroy the forest.  The Ute Indians prayed for rain to save it....and the rain came just in time!  Thereafter, the Utes called this intervention "Angel Fire."

Along came the Franciscan Friars.  The Good Brothers called this mysterious mountain "The Place of the Fire of Angels."  The Friars thus added to the legends of the Indian.  Then in the 1860's the famed Indian Scout Kit Carson called the glow of morning sunlight on the trees sparkling with dew "Angel Fire." Early Maxwell land grant maps identified this mountain as "Angel Fire Peak."

The frontiersman came in search of gold!  By 1870 more than 7,000 residents had chased that legend by moving into the valley, removing a reported $1 million per day from gold, copper, and silver mines in the valley.  Desperados and priests, gamblers and visionaries; all have staked their claim here in the Moreno Valley....of which Angel Fire is the legendary crown jewel.

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