Located in Los Caballos Estates—near the amenities of Eldorado and less than 30 minutes from Santa Fe—this versatile property includes a main residence, a guesthouse, a studio, and equestrian facilities. The Southwestern-style home has passive solar design, plentiful natural light, and an open-concept floor plan. The main living area includes a kiva fireplace and access to a courtyard with a portal. The updated cook's kitchen includes a six-burner gas range and four ovens; it connects to a formal dining area. The master suite features large walk-in closet, an updated bath, and access to a north-facing patio. A separate suite with a private entrance and patio includes kitchenette. Detached and accessed via its own driveway, the guesthouse is fully equipped with a kitchen, a bedroom, a living area, and a patio. The fully fenced horse area includes a barn, multiple turnout areas, and direct access to riding trails and the 11,000-acre Galisteo Basin Preserve.
The 2,500 or so acres that comprise this area immediately south of Eldorado are part of the old Sebastian De Vargas Grant and include Lamy, Galisteo, Camino Valle Street, Los Caballos, Los Vaqueros, Old Road Ranch, Pinon Street, Ranchitos de Santa Fe, The Ridges and Cimarron. Lovely tree-covered artist and ranching villages are surrounded by gently rolling hills.