Epitomizing flawless simplicity, this artful three-bedroom, 6,787-square-foot home is nearing completion. Benefitting from a sought-after location in Tesuque, it was designed by celebrated New York architect Richard Gluckman, overseen by local executive architect Lorn Tryk, and constructed by one of New Mexico’s premier builders. Its extraordinary art-welcoming interiors exhibit an exceptional attention to detail and feature the highest-quality finishes; a heated three-car garage is a welcome inclusion. The 2.95-acre property is lush and irrigated and borders the Santa Fe National Forest. The home overlooks an exquisite lap pool, mature hardwood trees, and an orchard. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a discerning buyer.
The picturesque, incorporated village of Tesuque enjoys a rural feel (there are still horse properties here) and is only five minutes north of Santa Fe, just beyond Bishop’s Lodge.