An entry gallery, complete with palomino colored, hand bees-waxed, diamond-finished plaster walls invites visitors into the home’s many comfortable and spacious rooms. The warm country kitchen beckons one with cherry wood floors, distressed wood cabinetry, a large porcelain sink and a Sub Zero covered in New Mexico pressed tinwork. The living room overlooks the large grassy backyard and patio through a series of expansive french doors.
The detached 1,900-square-foot gallery/carriage house features large carriage doors, Dutch-style entry door and rustic plastered walls. Hundred-year-old timber beams from the high Sierras frame the ceiling. A fabulous space for showcasing your unique collection or use as your own creative studio. It can also be used as a one- or two-bedroom guesthouse.
Step outside and feel the warmth of the Santa Fe sun on your face. Old hand-hewed beams frame the spacious Ramada which shades the gracious barbecue area complete with a professional Viking three-burner grill with a rotisserie. A huge stucco fireplace warms the Ramada on cool evenings.