This beautifully designed Buck Wooley constructed home sits on a 1.07 acre lot in the desirable Northside of Santa Fe, situated for privacy and quiet outdoor living spaces. Completely remodeled from floor to roof in 2013, the 2,804 sq.ft.,3 Bedroom, 2 ½ Bathroom frame/double frame constructed home has been re-envisioned with a soft Pueblo inspired, Zen-like feel all on a single level. Warm Brazilian chestnut wood floors, as well as architecturally placed ceramic tile flooring are in place throughout the home, providing a continuity that is complemented by the arching vigas and latillas overhead. The open flow in the kitchen and living room spaces, as well as separate bedroom and formal sitting room/dining room areas ideal for guests and entertaining, but also serve a casual Santa Fe lifestyle. Radiant in-floor heating and a refrigerated A/C system are in place. A tankless hot water heater serves the ‘on demand’ user. Completely landscaped, hard-scaped and drip irrigated with mature evergreens, aspen, locust and fruit trees, the outdoor living spaces are just as important as the interior details, with private, quiet and tranquil outdoor sitting areas. This one-of-a-kind home in a centrally located neighborhood is sure to please even the most discerning buyer.
Santa Fe City Northwest includes many delightful neighborhoods for all types of interests. Many of the homes were built in the 1960’s by developer Allen Stamm and may include vigas, hardwood floors, fireplaces and solid construction. As you travel down West Alameda, the homes begin to spread out a bit. Horse farms dot the landscape. Newly-constructed homes appear on large open tracts.