Stedman, Kehoe, Hirsch & Pollack
Northeast of downtown Santa Fe in a desirable location, this elegant Territorial-style adobe estate celebrates understated luxury, privacy, stunning Sangre de Cristo views, and traditional Southwestern architectural style. Architects Harry Perez-Daple and Stephen Samuelson along with Saye Builders thoughtfully designed and created the custom home within walking distance of the Plaza, and the craftsmanship of Ruben Gonzalez can be appreciated throughout. The lovingly maintained residence features three bedrooms and baths; gracious entertaining areas with high ceilings and expansive window walls; a well-equipped, inviting eat-in kitchen with a kiva fireplace and two dishwashers; and two deep portales providing generous outdoor living areas. The two-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse—near the main house and accessible via a private path—has its own kiva fireplace. Complementing the Southwestern ambience of the interiors, the landscaped grounds include a private well and fountains.