Designer David Naylor and architects Colin Keegan and Larry Andren have brought this remarkable Northern New Mexico style home to life. Featured in designer David Naylor's book "Old World Interiors - A Modern Interpretation," this home is a stunning tribute to craftsmanship and is unique in every way. The standing seam pitched roof and wrap around portal accent the architectural style. The kitchen, with excellent quality appliances and an abundance of cabinets and counterspace, and the dining room both open to the great room with high, coffered ceilings and stone fireplace. The main suite to the right of the entry hall on the first floor has a walk-in closet with built-in cabinets. The good-sized bathroom has natural stone floors, shower, jetted tub, two sinks and a water closet. French doors on either side of the bedroom lead to the wraparound portal. A sparkling blue swimming pool with waterfall feature and spa are near the master, and an outdoor shower is conveniently located just outside. The upstairs is divided into two loft sections with each having its own stairway. The stairway to the left loft leads up to a sitting room featuring a balcony. This loft has a good-sized bedroom, with a 3/4 bath. The right loft features two ensuite bedrooms and each with a balcony. One bedroom has a study with built-in bookshelves. From upstairs it is easy to view this well-maintained property: Bishop Lamy lilac bushes, a vegetable garden, the labyrinth. There are terraces and gardens, and even an organic apple orchard (plus pear, apricot and plum)! Two acequias run through the property and there is a well on each of the two legal lots. Some land overlooks the Tesuque River and abuts the Santa Fe National Forest. Completely private, this home is just minutes to town. Built from Rastra, an energy efficient and very strong material, this property is simply magnificent in every way.
Dougherty Real Estate Co. LLC