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Ashley Margetson, CRS, GRI | Sotheby’s International Realty®
Ashley Margetson, Realtor...the Santa Fe Real Estate Lady!
Santa Fe Luxury Homes
Santa Fe, New Mexico consists of a beautiful town situated deep in the bosom of history and committed to preserving its southwestern heritage. Also the capital of New Mexico, Santa Fe encapsulates the spirit of the state unlike any other town. Similarly, Santa Fe homes provide various levels of luxury, whatever their style and size. For example, unique and genuine adobe buildings set the stage for some Santa Fe luxury homes, echoing indigenous architectural style.
Santa Fe Luxury Homes and Lifestyle
Runoff from the magnificent Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountains may indeed have drawn early Native Americans to the Santa Fe locale, 7,000 feet in the foothills. Here, they built their homes and communities. Today, the town exhibits a strong identity with its origins, overlayed by a modern accent and sophisticated, yet relaxed lifestyle. A world-renowned center for arts and culture, famous artists hail from the area with many more rising in a town that fosters talent and cherishes beauty. It also fosters and nurtures an optimum in gracious living, with Santa Fe luxury homes found anywhere from the historic district to contemporary golf communities like Las Campanas.
Beautiful, pristine surroundings, panoramic views and a coveted way of life represent just a small sampling of what comes with the offering of homes for sale in Santa Fe. Those interested should expect a a variety of discerning architectural styles that include not only Pueblo and Territorial, but also Mountain and Contemporary. They should expect to find posh, secluded homes within walking distance of the museum district, horse properties and estates further out and everything in between with custom features and exclusive amenities as a standard.
Custom-designed and built, this incomparable residence and its two-bedroom guesthouse are nestled in the gorgeous undulating hills just north of Santa Fe. An air of grandeur pervades the nearly 14,000-square-foot manor, yet every space is warm and welcoming. The heart of the home is a generous kitchen and family room with a fireplace, a breakfast area, an adjoining portal, and an awe-inspiring view of the Sangre de Cristos. Other noteworthy spaces include magnificent formal living and dining rooms, a handsome library, a finished basement and oversized garage, and utterly private bedroom wings for owners and guests. Surfaces of lustrous plaster and cool antique Jerusalem stone contribute to the regal ambience, while earthy reclaimed walnut, hickory, and mesquite add warmth and depth. A third-generation German stonemason crafted mantels for the homeâs 13 fireplaces and many other details. Enveloping the residence are a number of wonderful outdoor living spaces, each of which has been thoughtfully positioned for utmost enjoyment of the views and tranquil surroundings.
Truly a treasure of the American Southwest. Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, overlooking historic Santa Fe, New Mexico, the property showcases the unique, rustic beauty of the high desert. From the moment you enter through the unassuming front gates of this breathtaking estate, you experience why New Mexico is called the Land of Enchantment. This 36 acre property provides a distinct backdrop for a magnificent estate that exemplifies the wonders of the Southwest. No detail was overlooked in the architecture â from the hand-forged wrought iron railings, diamond trowelled plaster walls, and custom cabinetry, to floors of imported stone, marble, ceramic tile, and hardwoods including hickory and quarter sawn oak. Large windows and skylights, custom draperies, light fixtures, and wooden beam vegas and latillas also add to the unique beauty of the interiors. The original home was built in the early 1940s. Over the next seventy years, additional land was acquired and assembled, the property was renovated and expanded, and the many site improvements and buildings were precisely designed and integrated into the current setting. Care was taken to maintain the integrity of the Pueblo-style architecture, which is symbolic of the areaâs original inhabitants dating back as early as 1050 A.D.
LAS MILPAS â Santa Feâs only authentic East Side adobe compound. This one-of-kind residence captures the truest essence of Northern New Mexico âs culture, architecture, materiality and artisan creations. Las Milpas represents a 25 year effort to restore and maintain an extraordinary property that few have had the fortune of touring. This legacy residence is a step back in time where one can experience the essence of the Spanish-Pueblo Revival and the many art-forms that were created during that era. The compound consists of a main-house, studio, guest-house, casita, detached library, chapel and numerous out-buildings ,situated on 1.5 acres. A living museum quality home.
Behind an elaborately crafted historic stone and adobe wall, this famed complex of galleries, gardens, and residences was both inspired by ancient Pueblo architecture and adapted for modern sensibilities. This collection of some 18 gallery, office, and storage spaces; an indulgent guest residence; a magnificent main residence; a idyllic sculpture garden; and three free-standing guesthouses has been created over many decades by combining and expanding once-distinct structures and by using materials from demolished barns and cabins from across northern New Mexico. Established as a gallery space by Nicolas Woloshuk, expanded and augmented by Forrest Fenn, and purchased and maintained since 1988 by renowned art maven Nedra Matteucci, this is surely one of the most outstanding and highly sought-after properties in Santa Fe.
El Rancho de la Mariposa. Set against the rugged beauty of Taos Mountain, on over 14 verdant acres, this unique property reflects the tranquility and grandeur of a bygone era. With 11 of its acres fully enclosed by over 1,000 linear feet of walls and wrought iron gates, the estate offers privacy and a feeling of secluded removal in a prime situation one half mile from the business heart of Taos. On the grounds, magnificent Douglas Fir trees tower more than 60 feet over a grassy understory, landscaped with perennials and flowering shrubs which are irrigated by an extensive underground system. The 14,669 sf mansion, built in the mid 1930's, is an exquisite time capsule of the era. Beautifully outfitted with classic accoutrements, such as custom, wrought iron window grills, Art Deco light fixtures and hand-carved wooden accents and columns, this grand property includes two indoor swimming pools, an elevator, and a carriage house. Two wells and surface water rights are included. The 14,415 square foot commercial-grade museum, built onto an historic 1929 art studio, was constructed to house and display a rare collection of art work. State-of-the-art at the time of its completion in 1994, the museum offers climate control, specialized lighting and a 3,783 sf basement with sliding art storage. An extraordinary expression of its extraordinary owners, this estate is a rare offering, ripe to be reinvented and re-purposed.
Truly a spectacular opportunity to inhabit a home designed and crafted to nourish the sublime duality that exists between the art of living and living with art. Currently nearing completion, this 6787 square feet home, including 1100 square feet heated 3-car garage, balances and embodies the sumptuousness of flawless simplicity, incredible spaces and exquisite attention to detail all perfectly sited in one of Santa Feâs most sought after areas. Designed by the celebrated New York architect Richard Gluckman, overseen by local executive architect Lorn Tryk and constructed by one of New Mexicoâs premier builders, this 3 bedroom/3 Â½ bath home on 2.95 lush and irrigated acres borders the National Forest and overlooks an exquisite 18âx 50â lap pool, mature hardwoods and orchard. This home uniquely combines the highest quality finishes and art-welcoming interiors with the inspired delineation of spare exterior lines. A once in a lifetime property for a discerning client.
Nestled in the Tesuque Valley, this extraordinary secluded compound, a portion of which dates to the 1920s, includes a 6161 square-foot main residence, a 3204 square-foot guest home and studio, and an 1863 square-foot caretakerâs residence or second guest house. The fully updated and refurbished two or three-bedroom main residence has a classic northern New Mexico-style pitched roof and is inspired by the architecture of the renowned Betty Stewart. It boasts double adobe walls; hand-adzed beams of reclaimed wood; hand-buffed Red Top plaster walls, French Beaumaniere limestone; antique interior doors; deep-set windows; abundant storage; custom-designed light fixtures and cabinetry and floors of antique brick, reclaimed wood, and antique pavers imported from France. Other highlights include multiple areas for indoor-outdoor entertaining, wonderfully proportioned living areas, and a chef's country kitchen with appliances by Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Miele. The home's wiring and systems are updated and state of the art. New gutters, snow guards, and lightning rods have been added. Forced heat and air help maintain a comfortable temperature year-round. The perfectly picturesque 2.794 acre property was once an enchanting farm. It is completely walled and fenced and features mature landscaping; vegetable, flower and her gardens; two premoratorium wells; an orchard; portales and patios, and a superior chicken coop.
Historic Eastside estate including a exceptional main house and two guest houses. Situated in the very heart of the Eastside the estate is on two lots and has extensive mature gardens with luxurious trees, fountains, and ample off-street parking for guests. The main house has two master suites, a grand entry foyer, a light filled living room with garden views, an intimate formal dining room plus a cozy eat-in kitchen. One guest house is situated in the garden and the second opens onto an adjacent street. A private well supports the gardens and there is a large one car garage.
At the headwaters of the Galisteo Basin, Apache Creek Ranch shelters at the base of Shaggy Peak. Comprising a significant portion of the Apache Creek watershed, the Ranch's main 302 acre parcel borders the SF National Forest. This is a rare property that offers security, great privacy, natural abundance, diverse wildlife, multiple water features, dramatic geological formations, and an edible permaculture and farming landscape. There are multiple outbuildings and residences that are sited so as to enhance the intimacy of the compound. Recreational access to the adjacent National Forest is immediate and trails leading into the Pecos Wilderness are literally out the back door! All of this , and only 20 minutes from the Plaza! Come and pursue your dream.
CASA LA LUNA: Dating back to the 1920s, one of the oldest houses in Santa Fe has been preserved and revitalized with a 1990s addition. Casa La Luna is a Heritage Home and part of Santa Feâs history and is located just minutes from downtown Santa Fe. The 13,400 sq. ft. structure has 6 bedrooms/7 baths, a glorious indoor infinity pool, exceptional outdoor patios and 10 acres of unbelievable sunset views. The cohesive contemporary addition is in beautiful harmony with the original stone structure, adding depth and vitality. This Heritage property is a piece of Santa Fe history, unmatched in rich culture and meaning. The granite construction of the original house comes from the actual building site, the mosaic entry is a precious gift that depicts famous architectural sites from the Holy Land, the foyer ceiling is made from a mango plantationâs harvest with each tablet having been carved with ancient motifs of welcome and longevity and a fountain giving homage to earth, wind, fire and water. Beauty. Views. Depth of Meaning. These elements are the fiber that are 10 Altazano.
Function and artistry imbue this architectural masterpiece set on a ridge high above the Santa Fe Opera house. The striking contemporary design inspired by the concentric building layouts of the Anasazi creates a fitting contrast against the clear New Mexico skies. The thoughtful interior space is designed with curved halls that gradually reveal discrete rooms finished in a color palette that complements the natural colors of the surrounding landscape. There are abundant opportunities to display art throughout the home with 31 nichos specifically designed to showcase an art collection. Large glass panels frame the natural beauty of the high-desert setting with 360 degree views of the spectacular Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountain ranges, while careful placement of the house also allows an active solar heating system to take advantage of the clear weather providing clean, free energy for the radiant heating system. Cooling is handled by a 5 zone forced air conditioning system, with ducts hidden beneath floor, while a central water feature provides both beauty and humidity. The guesthouse echoes and expands upon the âchaco contemporaryâ aesthetic present throughout the property, and is a comfortable long-term living space. Access to the neighborhood is protected by a guarded gate, and the location allows quick access to both the downtown Plaza and the Santa Fe Airport.
Welcome to The Hunt Ranch at Abiquiu. An ultra rare, unsurpassed, historic jewel set in the pristine landscape of Northern New Mexico. The 310 year-old Grand Hacienda has a strong connection to the unspoiled land and quiet beauty of the Northern New Mexico frontier. The Spanish Colonial details throughout the home have you feeling as though you are back in time. With vaulted halls, a central courtyard, spacious library hallway of floor to ceiling books with cozy chairs for reading while the scent of pinon wood from the nearby kiva fireplace has you thinking Legends of the Fall. Also included is the darling Historic Ruth House made of soft faded red bricks with 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms. Surrounded by majestic cottonwoods and abundant wildlife, the Ranch offers up 353+/-acres with massive irrigation rights of 702+/-acre feet that border the Chama River. The property was set up in the 40's as an authentic working ranch and has live stock feeders, troughs, pumps, gates, pressure tanks, irrigation equipment, chutes, fuel tanks, corrals, scale open sheds for feed storage, sorting pens, arena area, barn, scale house, staff quarters and offices. The Hunt Ranch at Abiquiu is like no other and holds a magic of the history and people it has housed. To feel the history, see the wide open sky and the beauty of the light.
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