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.
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Welcome to 942 Old Taos Highway! Built with superior craftsmanship and a contemporary design, this beautiful property is located within walking distance of the Santa Fe Plaza and presents truly stunning interior and exterior spaces.
Welcome home to Casa Vistas de Apache. This elegant and discerning home was built with only the finest materials. The art gallery entry and living areas are adorned with Mahogany wood doors and slate tile. The Den and library floors are Walnut. This home sits on ten juniper and pinon tree-covered acres, just twenty minutes south of the Historic Santa Fe Plaza.
Located in the Apache Ridge area next to Canada de Los Alamos and Canoncito's area. about 8.6 miles from Santa Fe city limits (Old Pecos Trail I-25 ramp). Property is sits in a nicely wooded area giving lots of privacy to the property. Most adjoining properties are also 5 acre lots. North section has nice views of the mountains. Survey with the flagging of corners pending.
8.9 Acre view lot in Monte Sereno, and one of only a few homesites behind the privacy gate at the end of Aspen View, at the end of the cul-de-sac. The original building site (over the ridge and by the highway) was supplemented by a much more private site looking towards the Badlands. This lot has two different building envelopes, and is located straight in at 12:00 on the cul-de-sac.
Private ten acre parcel with gentle terrain, classic SW mesa views several potential building sites and excellent solar exposure. An easy interstate drive to Santa Fe or Las Vegas. Three OSE registered wells in the vicinity (UP-01465, UP-01428, and UP-03137). One is 100' deep with a~ 20 gpm yield, another is 200' with an ~8 gpm yield, the third is 80' deep with a ~38 gpm yield.
Centrally located nearby the Genoveva Chavez Community Center and some of the best parks Santa Fe has to offer, opportunity awaits. This large 3 bed 2 bath home with a large yard is ready for someone with vision to bring it to its full potential.
Rare, in-town, vacant land .6 acre lot only a few blocks from the Plaza on a quiet road with amazing views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. Not often is such a large spectacular lot available in the heart of Santa Fe with so many possibilities. This gracious property is located in an older established neighborhood. Not being in the Historic District gives one flexibility in architectural styles.
This 10+ acres property is located in the premier Vista Redonda subdivision and is near the end of a dead-end road which makes for a very private building location. There is a shared well and most utilities are in the road and there are very sensible covenants and restrictions in place. The property corners are well flagged and the buildable area is located near the real estate sign.
This Stamm home features a main house with guest unit being used as a short term rental with privates fenced in front yards and courtyards for both units. The larger of the two units has a fully fenced and landscaped front yard, vigas, a kiva fireplace and two bedrooms with french doors opening to a deck and large backyard.
Come see our amazing new mixed use units located at El Camino Crossing.
~152 acres with abundant water to build, grow, & ranch! This property is an amazing combination of deep dark soils at the valley bottom rising through a moss rock escarpment to a pinon, juniper, and ponderosa forest on the mesa. There are excellent roads throughout most of the property with established culverts and drainage infrastructure in place.
This unique NM style residential farm compound has everything to offer. With a 4 bed 3 bath main adobe home, a 2 bed, 2 bath guest home, and 1 bed, 1 bath cottage all overlooking a 10+ acre farm, and 360 views of the Ortiz, Jemez and Santa Fe Mountains, offering a peaceful getaway just outside the city.
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