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.
This 1900 +/- sq ft, two-bedroom home is situated on the vastness of 394 acres in the storied Galisteo Basin. It's a geological wonderland, with gently sloping topography and .7 of a mile of riparian zone along the seasonally-flowing Galisteo River. This is a place of ancient presence and fresh wonder, where evidence of prior inhabitants abounds and the movements of diverse wildlife prevail.
A cute and cozy home in the desirable Eldorado community awaits you! This home has been fully remodeled and is move-in ready with unobstructed views of the Sandia and Ortiz mountains. As you walk in you are welcomed to natural lighting and modern contemporary finishes with touches of Santa Fe throughout.
Rich earthy colors of New Mexico in this beautifully painted home. Open concept floor plan includes gas fireplace in the living room. Half bath and bonus room on the ground floor with many possible uses.
Rarely available 3 bedroom, 2 bath end unit townhouse in Phase 1 of sought after Valle del Sol. Two living areas, each with kiva fireplace. Large kitchen and dining areas with an abundance of storage and walk-in pantry. Brick and tile flooring throughout, no carpet! Wonderful natural light from 3 sides of unit and skylights.
Conveniently located in Las Estrellas minutes from The Plaza, and with easy access to 599, this two story; 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, soft contemporary home, offers an open concept floorplan with a dramatic two story living room. The primary bedroom is located on the ground floor with a guest bedroom and bath on the upper level.
A must see for Buyers wanting to build their new home on acreage within a 20 minute drive to Santa Fe, convenient to 285, shopping, and comes along with sunrise and sunset views. Gorgeous view lot in the Cimarron subdivision.
This architecturally significant property consists of a hacienda style building with 6 bedrooms and 2 baths, large open space living / dining room and kitchen, plus a 3-bedroom Casita as well as a large retreat building of exceptional scale and significance with a Japanese style dinging room and 3 treatment rooms.
Newly renovated Santa Fe Modern pueblo style home. Fantastic eastside location perched just above Canyon Road. Beautifully remodeled single level with a unique blend of old and new. This stunning two bedroom, two and a half bath offers a sense of peace and calm with its’ open floor plan.
The stunning Tierra Sagrada is an approximately 13+ acre estate property situated in the pastoral beauty of the Pojoaque Valley just a 20 minute drive north of Santa Fe. The property is situated under the impressive backdrop of the Las Barrancas Badlands (sacred Native American land) to the west and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east.