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.
The “Casa de Guadalupe” is an authentic vintage adobe brick sanctuary on a generously sized lot with complete privacy and space to garden in the verdant San Pedro area with it's own private well, updated landscaping and a new septic tank installed in 2019.
Beautifully sited 3 bedroom two bath Modular on fully fenced 5 acres. Private well, 2 year old new septic, 2 car garage/workshop with it's own heat source. Kitchen recently remodeled, solid wood floors in bedroom areas, pro-panel roof, custom chicken coop stays. Horses allowed.
AMAZING Views of Sangres and Jemez mountains...close in off of Fin Del Sendero...3 bed 2.5 bath house with 2.5 acres located up high on a cul-de-sac that borders the La Tierra Trail system. Privacy...bright and sunny, vigas and beams, granite kitchen counters and large "chef's" kitchen. Great floor plan with large rooms and good separation of bedrooms. Covered portals...4 fireplaces...
Charming, luminous condo with fabulous outdoor spaces set back from the street for maximum privacy with off-street parking. Contemporary open floor plan with lots of natural light and clean finishes. Bonus Murphy bed in the living room. Discrete shed for extra storage. Close to park and cafes. Award winning designer (Metropolitan Magazine). Condo Declaration is silent on short term rentals.
Located in a quiet neighborhood close to schools and town, this home on almost an acre of fenced and irrigated land is just 30 minutes from Los Alamos and 40 minutes from Santa Fe. The moment you pull up to the gate you will feel the pride of ownership and attention to detail at every turn.
This Pueblo style home offers views of The Sangre de Cristo & Sandia Mountains. The wooden beams and venetian plastered walls will give you the Santa Fe vibe. The captivating kitchen has golden brown granite counter tops with matching ceramic backsplash, beautiful stainless-steel appliances & a spacious walk-in pantry.
Jemez and Sandia Views, plus sunsets studded with the twinkling lights of Santa Fe from this amazing 6-acre mountain property in the overlook subdivision, just off La Barbaria Rd, only minutes to the plaza but a world away. This view filled parcel is in a gated subdivision and has towering ponderosa pines that provide incredible privacy and security.
The top ridge at Monte Sereno has emerges as "the spot" in the subdivision with the most commanding views and now the most expensive homes for good reason - great views never get old. Enjoy huge dead-on views of the Ski Basin and Baldy of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Great lot to design a home whereby every room enjoys the big views as the building site parallels the east view.
Here is one of the last remaining lots left in desirable Vista Encantada, a fantastic neighborhood roughly 1.5 miles north of the Santa Fe Plaza and tucked into the foothills of the Sangre de Cristos. This lot offers an awesome view encompassing the Sangre de Cristo mountains out towards Thompson Peak and Atalaya.
Building offers great flexibility. Property is currently operating a state of the art Tennis Facility with Club Membership. The roughly 60,000 sq.ft. facility is situated on approximately 8.6 acres parcel of land within/adjoining the 66 acre Midtown Campus owned by the City of Santa Fe and slated for redevelopment in coming years.
Windmill Hill is a unique and astonishing core Eastside gated 1.48-acre property with a once in a lifetime opportunity for creating a large private estate or a development with 2, 3 or 4 lots. There are views of the Sangre and Jemez mountains, a 3 acre-ft well, stone terraces and an elegant small house.
Wonderful Circa 1946 Adobe in great condition in a terrific location. Many upgrades, though room for further improvement. Hard trowel plaster. Hot water baseboard heat. Remodeled bathroom. Sweet outdoor spaces with raised beds and a free standing shed.