Santa Fe, NM
Luxury Auction® Date
Saturday June 22, 2019 at 4:00PM MT
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3 BD/ 3 BA / 1 HA BA
+/- 10,000 sq. ft. (main residence)
+/- 1,400 sq. ft. (guest house)
2 BD/ 2 BA
+/- 1,450 sq. ft. (caretaker’s quarters)
Built: c. 1940
Lot Size: +/-34.79 acres
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PREVIOUSLY OFFERED FOR $12.5 MILLION. NOW SELLING WITHOUT RESERVE! Located in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, this 35-acre estate embodies New Mexico’s reputation as the “Land of Enchantment.” Originally constructed in the early 1940s, the Property has been refined over the past 70 years into the expansive, elegant retreat seen today, with special care taken to maintain the integrity of the Pueblo Revival architecture so admired in the region. From the hand-forged wrought iron railings, diamond-troweled plaster walls, and custom cabinetry to floors of imported stone, marble, ceramic tile, and hardwoods including hickory and quarter sawn oak, no expense – or attention to detail – was spared. Large windows and skylights, custom draperies, light fixtures, and wooden beam vegas and latillas add to the unique beauty of the interiors. Spanning 10,000 sf, the main residence feels welcoming, and has the intimate air of a much smaller residence. Within these walls are 3 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms in addition to 3 private offices, and a second-floor home theater/entertainment area with a balcony bar, billiards room and fitness center. A gourmet kitchen offers all the modern conveniences, including top-of-the-line Dacor, Viking, and Sub-Zero appliances, custom cabinetry, granite countertops, a large island with bar seating, and spacious pantries. Just outside, an outdoor kitchen and dining area offers a built-in grill, pizza oven, and fireplace surrounded by lush vegetation, fruit-bearing trees, and trickling fountains. Beyond the courtyard, there is an in-ground pool and spa complete with a bathhouse.
The grounds are extensive, and offer several additional residential structures, including a guest house and caretaker’s quarters. The 1,400 sf guest house offers 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a spacious portal with an outdoor fireplace, while the caretaker’s residence contains an additional 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Adjacent to the caretaker’s quarters is the Property’s impressive equestrian center, with an 8-stall stable, large tack room, feed storage and wash stall.
Outside, over a mile of developed bridle paths connect multiple paddocks, exercise and riding arenas to the spacious barn. The PGA-rated Quail Run golf course borders the southern perimeter of the Property, but one need not leave the estate to indulge in some time on the links – 5 tee boxes are set 60, 90,130, 150, and 175 yards from a golf green with multiple holes. A putting green, swinging cage, and indoor golf simulator complete the package for the avid golfer. In addition these extensive features, the Property also offers a tipi, gazebo/picnic area, attached 3-car/detached 9-car garage, water catchment tanks, extensive irrigation system, and state-of-the-art video surveillance.
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SANTA FE, NM. Dubbed “The City Different,” Santa Fe’s landscape provides a dramatic backdrop for the city ranked number four on Travel + Leisure’s 2018 “Top 15 Cities in the United States” list. Apart from the sun-drenched beauty of the region, Santa Fe has a rich history: it has been continually occupied since 900 BC, originally by Pueblo and Tanoan hunter-gatherers. Formal settlements started to take hold in the 1200s, and Santa Fe was named the capital of the Kingdom of New Mexico in 1606. That means the city is one of the oldest continuously occupied sites in the entire western hemisphere, and the oldest state capital in America! In 1846, the United States took the territory from Mexico, and after reaching statehood in January 1912, the citizens of New Mexico named Santa Fe the capital once again.
The influence of Native American, Spanish and Mexican cultures has combined to make a vibrant city that values its history while investing in its future. Known for its art market, Santa Fe boasts nearly 250 art galleries and brokers, with the third-largest art market value in the United States. Art museums are also plentiful, and a large focus is placed on Native American art, both traditional and contemporary. The city’s parks and woodlands are spectacular – especially the Santa Fe National Forest, which is located in the northern city limits. In addition to art and outdoor recreation, Santa Fe has preserved many of its historic neighborhoods, and the San Miguel Chapel and Santa Fe Plaza transport visitors back to earlier days. In 2005, Santa Fe was designated a UNESCO World Creative City for its efforts to preserve its cultural heritage.
SANTA FE COUNTY, NM. With dry, warm summers and snow-filled winters, Santa Fe County is beautiful year-round. A high-desert county, the elevation begins around 5,000 ft above sea level and reaches more than 7,100 ft at its highest points. The incredible terrain provides world-class hiking, biking and skiing; indeed, one of the New Mexico’s largest ski resorts, Ski Santa Fe, is located here. Over 400 miles of mountain biking trails cross the county, and USA Today, Singletracks Magazine, and the International Mountain Biking Association have all honored the county as one of the top mountain biking areas in America. Also awarded for its 600 miles of hiking trails, the area is considered a premiere destination for trail and high altitude running, and horseback riding, fly fishing, and golfing are top-notch as well.
If a more relaxed lifestyle is preferred, Santa Fe County can deliver exceptional opportunities to see exciting art, architecture, and historic landmarks. Traditional Native American culture is celebrated alongside American artists like Georgia O’Keefe, and many galleries showcase upcoming artists. Theater and opera thrive as well, with family friendly installations like Meow Wolf sharing the limelight with the celebrated Santa Fe Opera. The cutting-edge productions are set in a breathtaking outdoor theater, whose electronic libretto system (one of only two in the world) delivers translations of the works directly to each audience member’s seat. With so much beauty in one place, Santa Fe County is sure to move you: as D.H. Lawrence said in 1917, “Touch the country [of New Mexico] and you will never be the same again.”
Property listed and offered for sale by Santa Fe Properties (Lic#2032). Listing agent Christine McDonald (Lic#42961). Platinum Luxury Auctions LLC is a Registered Foreign LLC in the state of New Mexico (ID#5782260) performing auction and auction-marketing services as part of this transaction, and is not performing any real estate brokerage services where prohibited.
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