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  • Property
  • Gallery
  • Front Gallery
  • Vault
  • Indian Gallery
  • Hassam Gallery
  • Garden Gallery
  • Back Gallery
  • Book Room
  • Blue Gallery
  • Hall Gallery
  • Nedra's Office
  • Nell's Office
  • Main Residene - Entry
  • Main Residence - Dining Room
  • Main Residence - Den
  • Main Residence - Kitchen
  • Main Residence - Spiral Stairway
  • Main Residence - Master Bedroom
  • Main Residence - Master Bedroom Balcony
  • Main Residence - Roof Deck
  • Main Residence - Office
  • Main Residence - Sunroom
  • Main Residence - Sitting Room
  • Main Residence - Steam Shower
  • Main Residence - Bedroom
  • Main Residence - Bathroom
  • Guest Residence - Stonge Passage
  • Guest Residence - Den
  • Guest Residence - Kitchen
  • Brick Courtyard
  • Guest Residence - Great Room
  • Guest Residence -Hot Tub Room
  • Library
  • Wine Cellar
  • Main Atrium
  • Little Egypt
  • Little Egypt - Great Room
  • Bunk House
  • Bunk House - Kitchen
  • Bunk House - Living Room
  • Bunk House - Bedroom
  • Bunk House -  Office/Sitting Room
  • Bunk House - Bedroom
  • Gloriana's House
  • Gloriana's House - Kitchen
  • Gloriana's House - Living Room
  • Sculpture Garden
  • Sculpture Garden
  • Sculpture Garden
  • Sculpture Garden
  • Price: $9,950,000
  • Bedrooms: 10
  • Baths: 12
  • MLS: 201605814
  • Status: Active
  • Class: Residential
  • Type: Single Family
  • Acres: 1.75
  • Area: 3N-SF City SE North
  • Fireplace: Yes
  • Guest House: Yes
  • Total Sqft: 0

Contact Company

Ray Rush & Tim Van Camp

Rush & Tim Van Camp
(505) 577-5117
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Property Description

Behind an elaborately crafted historic stone and adobe wall, this famed compound of residences and gardens was both inspired by ancient Pueblo architecture and adapted for modern sensibilities. The estate — which includes an elegant guest home; 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 incorporating materials from demolished barns and cabins from across northern New Mexico. Initially established by Nicolas Woloshuk, expanded and augmented by Forrest Fenn, and purchased and maintained since 1988 by Nedra Matteucci, this is surely one of the most outstanding and highly sought-after properties in Santa Fe.

Neighborhood Info

Santa Fe City Southeast

Santa Fe’s Historic Eastside
With some homes dating back centuries, these neighborhoods boast some of Santa Fe’s most photographed adobe homes and gardens. Hosting a mix of multi-generational families and newcomers, the homes, often hidden behind high walls and accessed by narrow, dirt lanes, recall the city’s early history and lend Santa Fe a unique heritage.

Additional Information

  • Type: Single Family
  • Style: Pueblo
  • Levels: Split or Tri-Level
  • Subdivision: Eastside Histor
  • Full Baths: 6
  • Half Baths: 3
  • 3/4 Baths: 3
  • Horses Allowed: No
  • Days On Market: 119
  • Age: 31+ Years
  • Guest House: Yes
  • Fireplace: Yes
  • Number Fireplaces: Four or more
  • Fireplace Type: Kiva, Wood Burning
  • Cooling: Heat Pump, Room Unit
  • Heating: Baseboard
  • Heat Distribution: Baseboard, Fireplace, Forced Air, Radiant, Stove - Wood
  • Floor: Brick, Carpet, Wood
  • Construction: Adobe, Frame, Rock, Stucco
  • Extras: Cable TV, Cooking - Electric, Cooking - Gas, Greenhouse, Hot Tub/Spa, Lake(s), Landscaped, Sauna, Sprinkler/Drip Sys., Streams, Vigas & Beams, Wetbar

Schools

  • Elementary School: Wood Gormley
  • Junior High School: Capshaw
  • High School: Santa Fe
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