Santa Fe Homes come in many stripes: clean contemporaries, Spanish Mission revivals, brick cottages, Victorians, and Craftsman bungalows as well as numerous variations on the Pueblo adobe—what people think of as quintessential Santa Fe. Actually, Santa Fe Style is a pastiche of architectural elements, the result of a centuries old dialog between several cultures. Its roots reach back to the Pueblo Indians whose sprawling, multi-storied, communal homes were made of mud, grass, wood and stone. In the 1600s, arriving Spaniards introduced new techniques and features: adobe bricks, carved wooden doors, ornamental corbels, hornos and interior courtyards among them Then, in the 20th century, citizens of the newly formed State of New Mexico sought to codify the elements of these historical styles into a unique architectural fingerprint. With the Santa Fe Historic Zoning ordinance of 1957, spearheaded by John Gaw Meem, a clearly defined Pueblo style construction became the law.
An EXCEPTIONAL opportunity....... Beautiful open views... approximately 5.6 acres with irrigation rights in El Rancho! The property is being sold as is, the shell of a house is a blank slate waiting for you to turn it into your dream property. There is a well in place on the property.
No flat roofs here...pitched, tiled roofs! 5 bedroom, 3 bath main house with 3 car garage built in 2008, and 1 bedroom 1 bath guesthouse built in 2013 all on 2.5 acres. Dramatic entryway leads inside this single level home that features peace and quite, easy access to Santa Fe and ABQ., and views.
The Lofts at Marquez Place are highly sought after for the flexible use options (investment property, commercial, residential or combinations of all). Your opportunity is here! Clean, contemporary and light-filled Live/Work condo with 2 bedrooms in roomy, open loft space and 2 baths.
Nestled in the hills of Historic East side and overlooking Cerro Gordo Rd, this adobe gem is quintessential Santa Fe. With views of Picacho Peak, this 2 bedroom/1 bath home is serene and light-filled with white diamond plaster througout, wood beams, tongue and groove ceiling, a kiva fireplace and a South-facing flagstone patio for year round enjoyment.
This stunningly beautiful brand new home is ready for you to move in. Soft contemporary styling and flowing floor plan invite comfortable living and easy entertaining. Separated bedroom plan and open living area with abundant windows and natural light. Special features: Ductless air in addition to radiant in floor for redundant heat and easy cooling. Wood and tile flooring throughout.
Don't miss this charming 3 BD/2 bath pueblo-style home in award-winning Nava Ade. The open greatroom with high viga ceilings, tall windows, glass patio doors and a grand woodburning fireplace offers natural light and plenty of room to stretch out and relax.
In the heart of Santa Fe’s Historic Eastside and a ½ block from Canyon Rd, this HOUSE/GUESTHOUSE/STUDIO with a DETACHED 2-CAR GARAGE is a treasure trove of thoughtful renovation and devotion to excellence.
Contemporary architectural masterpiece, sited high above Bishops Lodge Hills with unparalleled Jemez Mountain and sunset views. Designed by renowned architect, Ted Turner, this exquisite home exemplifies the unique blend of clean, modern design which incorporates indoor and outdoor living to perfection with sliding glass doors and seamless glass view windows throughout this stunning residence.
Santa Fe style home in great neighborhood and location. Open floor plan with a cozy den off the great room area and loft area upstairs could make a great study, office or play area. Large utility room for projects and a finished garage. Significant master closet! Large deck upstairs off the master suite area with views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains and Ortiz mountains.
This elegant and historic home from the 1830's is right in the heart of Santa Fe. A meticulously remodeled adobe home with a great layout, high ceilings and all the modern amenities. An easy walk to the Plaza, Railyard and all the best restaurants, galleries and markets downtown.
This is the third Modern Home being created in the Las Cordilleras Subdivision through the collaboration of Architectural partners, Far and Dang, and Dwellings...A. Kagan Corporation. The first two sold quickly in recognition of their fresh design approach and appealing construction finishes. This home continues those efforts.
Built in 1890, this newly restored historic double-adobe home exquisitely nestled in tranquility was featured in The Secret Gardens of Santa Fe. On .763 acres in Santa Fe’s Historic Eastside and only minutes away from famed Canyon Road, this quiet compound is perfect for meaningful retreats, large scale reunions, easy outdoor entertaining or sheltering in place.