Ricky Allen & Associates
The history of this picturesque five-bedroom home involves two esteemed names in American art and letters. Originally designed by artist Judy Chicago, it was completed by Tony Award–winning writer Bernard Pomerance. Highlights include a great room with a kiva fireplace and large east-facing windows, a private guest suite, two upper-level bedrooms accessed by a spiral stairway in the great room, and a master suite offering the perfect privacy for an artist or creative individual, with an oversized bedroom, an office or studio, and a library. The property is sited in a valley in the Galisteo Basin and surrounded by mature shade and fruit trees. Its portales and veranda look out toward the Ortiz Mountains and an outcropping of volcanic rocks with 50,000 feet of Native American petroglyphs. The allure of this property rests in its rock garden, raised beds for vegetables, sweeping views, and the artistic community of Galisteo, the perfect backdrop for this singular sanctuary.