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A bit about Seton Village, NM

Seton Village was an unincorporated community in Santa Fe County, New Mexico, United States. It grew around the 32-room "castle" built by artist, author, and naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton located a few miles southeast of Santa Fe.

The village was built on 100 acres (0.  km2) purchased by Seton. The tract eventually grew to 2500 acres (10 km2). The Village was home to the Seton Institute, including the Woodcraft League and the College of Indian Wisdom. The village has a view of the Jemez Mountains and Mount Taylor.