Stedman, Kehoe, Hirsch & Pollack
Affording ultimate flexibility and versatility, this magnificent 6.6-acre property is a secluded, self-contained sanctuary with sweeping 360-degree views from every vantage point. The property dates to 1947, with a hacienda designed by John Gaw Meem, father of Pueblo Revival architecture and Santa Fe style. The home has been thoroughly transformed into a chic contemporary oasis, now measuring 12,329 square feet and offering every comfort and convenience, from superior appliances and an impressive 500-bottle wine cellar to a luxurious owner’s bath that rivals a spa. The property has been expanded to include both a guest casita and a two-bedroom guesthouse. The residence and guest casita are centered around a courtyard with a classical fountain and flowering plants, with multiple terraces and disappearing walls of glass designed to enjoy them. A former chapel now serves as a relaxing entertaining pavilion with a bar and space for multiple televisions. The alluring resort-caliber swimming pool is surrounded by sun-washed terraces, a breezy arbored cabana with a fire pit, and cool, shady traditional portales. The dining pavilion includes an alfresco pergola overlooking extensive garden beds. Completing the compelling picture are a putting green, a bocce court, a charming potting shed, a chicken coop, and two private wells.