Ray Rush & Tim Van Camp
The epitome of classic pastoral Santa Fe style, this idyllic compound dates to the 1920s and includes a 6,161-square-foot home, a 3,204-square-foot guesthouse and studio, and a caretaker’s residence of 1,863 square feet. Inspired by the architecture of Betty Stewart, the refurbished two- or three-bedroom home has a Northern New Mexico–style pitched roof and features double adobe walls, hand-adzed ceiling beams, plaster walls, brick and limestone floors, vintage wood doors, deep-set windows, and beautiful natural light throughout. It offers wonderfully proportioned spaces, including multiple areas for indoor-outdoor entertaining and a chef’s kitchen with appliances from Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Miele. Forced heat and air help maintain a comfortable temperature year-round. The picturesque 2.79-acre property is walled and fenced and features mature landscaping; vegetable, flower, and herb gardens; two premoratorium wells; an orchard; portales and patios; mature trees; and a chicken coop.