Sotheby's International Realty ®
The stunning property at 4 Magdalen lies along the Galisteo Creek and is said to include the oldest home in the historic village. Previously owned by one of the founding families of Galisteo, it has been reverently renovated by the current owner who fell in love with the home, just like you will. The landmark home was partially built in the 1700s in the traditional pueblo style with adobe and rock walls, and viga ceilings. The collaborative remodel by the current owner and designer Patricia Larsen incorporates nature and light for a minimalist vibe. You enter the home under an expansive portal facing the courtyard that offers respite from the sun. The split floor plan includes 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a guest kitchenette, versatile spaces that can be used for a home office or gym, a 2-car garage, and a grand room superb for entertaining. If you are looking for a zen experience when bathing, the primary bathroom is perfect with fixtures designed by John Pawson of By Cocoon. The home features 4 fireplaces, high end Viking and SMEG appliances, and is completely updated with new roof, new stucco, new electrical, new plumbing, radiant heating, and refinished interior walls and floors, providing the feeling of an old adobe with all the modern luxuries of today. Spectacular details include a door with painted designs by Fremont Ellis, a founding member of Los Cinco Pintores, a Santa Fe modernist art society. The small 3 room building said to be the oldest home in Galisteo sits on the edge of the courtyard, has electric and 2 fireplaces - could be converted to host guests. Included in the sale is .66 acres that the home and well are on, a combined 3.46 acre set of parcels connecting the home to the Galisteo Creek, and a .85 acre parcel along Hwy 41 off of the front of the home that is commercially viable. This property is gorgeous, rich with heritage and unique in that it borders the Galisteo Creek, water in NM! Experience it today.
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