Sited on just over an acre with Sangre de Cristo Mountain views, this handsome home is located in the desirable Northwest of Santa Fe and is minutes from the Plaza. The open-concept floor plan was thoughtfully designed to provide a dining area and family room with kiva fireplaces; an elegant living room; such traditional New Mexico finishes as ceiling vigas, hand-troweled plaster walls, expansive windows, and numerous skylights; and three private bedroom suites, two with fireplaces. The well-equipped gourmet kitchen, with its large picture window framing glorious views of the Santa Fe Ski Basin, features cherry cabinetry, a five-burner Dacor gas cooktop, a convection oven, a warming drawer, a Sub-Zero refrigerator-freezer, a wine cooler, and a spacious island with granite slab countertops, refrigerator drawers, and a stainless-steel prep sink. A portal and patio with an outdoor kitchen and a fire pit, ample storage, and an oversized garage enhance the appeal of this beautiful property.
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.