A Contemporary Santa Fe Home With Majestic Views
A New Mexico estate amidst the Sangre de Cristo Mountains
Photos courtesy of Chris Webster
It’s safe to say that every room in this Santa Fe, New Mexico, home is a room with a view. At the end of Cerro de La Paz, this contemporary estate offers a new take on mountain living—situated between a handful of mountain ranges and still just five minutes from nightlife at the Santa Fe Plaza, a National Historic Landmark.
The 7,655-square-foot, 3-bedroom home is privately accessed, situated on 12.6 acres of land, and surrounded by gorgeous New Mexican landscape, including:
- Sangre de Cristo Mountains
- Jemez Mountains
- Ortiz Mountains
- Cerrillos Hills State Park
- Tetilla Peak Recreation Area
- Mount Taylor, a stratovolcano that is a high point of the San Mateo Mountains and the highest point in the Cibola National Forest
Floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as relaxing and inviting outdoor spaces, maximize the contemporary home's breathtaking vantage points (and how about that in-ground swimming pool?).The interior is designed with a sophisticated minimalism, and a touch of modern flare.
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ARCHITECTURE Alexander Gorlin Architects