Surrounded by Pinons and situated in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, is this stunning, custom, Pueblo-style home. Nestled on 10-private acres, the property embraces views of the Galisteo Mesa and captures the silhouettes of the Jemez and Sandia mountains from its 180 degrees of covered portals. The home features many handcrafted details, top of the line appliances, Brazilian Cherry hardwood flooring and stone and tile baths. A state-of-the-art solar array feeds directly back into the electrical grid. No battery maintenance, just free electricity, to power the entire home and its energy efficient boiler. At just over 3,000 square feet, there is a generously proportioned master bedroom en-suite, two separate guest rooms and an expansive studio for your artistic or yoga pursuits. The home is all on one level, with covered out-door spaces that include a pergola, kiva fireplace and generous portals. Peace and tranquility in a serene, horse friendly setting, with easy access to amenities and all that Santa Fe has to offer. (PLEASE NOTE: Bing and Google show this home in the wrong location. It is at the top of Camino Acote, northeast on Acote Court.)
The 2,500 or so acres that comprise this area immediately south of Eldorado are part of the old Sebastian De Vargas Grant and include Lamy, Galisteo, Camino Valle Street, Los Caballos, Los Vaqueros, Old Road Ranch, Pinon Street, Ranchitos de Santa Fe, The Ridges and Cimarron. Lovely tree-covered artist and ranching villages are surrounded by gently rolling hills.