STUDIO and GUEST HOUSE
This traditional Northern New Mexico home with detached studio and guest house rests on 13.879 acres in the much-desired, gated community of La Tierra Nueva. Architect Ed Boniface and builder Tony Ivey have created a home with outstanding attention-to-detail, that is lovely inside and out. Single level with some interior steps, the 3,288 sq. ft. main home features 2 bedrooms, 1 full bath, 1 three-quarter bath, 2 half baths, and a portal running the full length of the front of the house with expansive mountain views.
The walls of the main house and guest house are made of poured pumice and have a serene, neutral warm tone. Brick floors with radiant heating run throughout the home, and wooden vigas reach high into the pitched ceiling creating an inviting openness. A large entry hall is open to the living room with its thick arched doorways, built-in cabinets and shelves, divided windows and French doors, and a modern fireplace. Visually pleasing, this home has a subtle blending of the very traditional with a hint of contemporary, making the home feel both comfortable and original.
The dining room and state-of-the-art kitchen are adjacent to the living room and all have access to the dining portal. A mud room/laundry room and half bath are to the right of the kitchen and lead to the attached 2-car garage. The other wing, to the left of the living room, houses an office, ensuite bedroom, powder room and the primary suite with fireplace, walk-in closet and spacious bathroom with over-sized double shower.
The 1,874 sq. ft. detached guest house is as beautiful as the main house and has a living room, full kitchen, 2 bedrooms, full bath, and a long portal for enjoying the view.
A standalone 1,244 sq. ft. studio with 260 sq. ft. storage loft has huge windows, skylights and tall ceilings, and a big space for various creative pursuits!
This is truly a unique property offering privacy and quiet... and horses are allowed too! This is a "don’t miss" property!
For an exclusive showing:
Clara L. Dougherty