Ray Rush & Tim Van Camp
Nestled amid juniper and piñon trees northwest of Santa Fe, this inviting three- or four-bedroom home is filled with lovely warm light and enjoys inspiring protected views of the Jemez Mountains and sunsets. The heart of the home—a living room with a wide window, a soaring ceiling, and a gas fireplace; a formal dining area; and a kitchen with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances—has a fluid open layout ideal for entertaining and easy day-to-day living. Both the living area and the master bedroom open to a cool, spacious mountain-view portal with a wood-burning kiva fireplace. The master suite—which includes a generous walk-in closet and a spa-inspired bath—the guest bedrooms, and a quiet, contemplative office are peacefully secluded on opposite ends of the home. A roomy skylit laundry area with a sink and cabinetry leads to a two-car garage with ample useful storage. Vigas, corbels, kiva fireplaces, and skylights add touches of sophisticated Southwestern style.