A Southwestern Country Estate with Tuscan Roots

A Southwestern Country Estate with Tuscan Roots Reposted from Robb Report  |  June 18, 2018 Crossing a stone bridge over an arroyo among piñons and junipers, a private road leads through a 16-acre property to a sprawling Tuscan villa that appears to have stood on a hill outside of Santa Fe for centuries. Wilder Landscaping framed…

Villa del Alma

Tour Santa Fe’s Villa del Alma

Tour Santa Fe’s Villa del Alma Santa Fe Home Featured in Sotheby’s International Realty® Art of Living Santa Fe is known for its unique blend of cultures — the architecture, food, and traditions of Native American, European, and Anglo people interweave easily here, creating a rich, enchanting tapestry. That easy blend is readily apparent at…

Isla Cielo

Tour A Santa Fe Contemporary Masterpiece

Tour Isla Cielo – A Contemporary Masterpiece Santa Fe Home Featured in Sotheby’s International Realty® Art of Living When Santa Fe is the topic of discussion, modern architecture doesn’t exactly spring to mind. In this—one of the oldest cities in North America, where the still-standing governor’s “palace” dates to 1610—adobe walls, kiva fireplaces with soft organic…

Luxury Homes in Santa Fe

Luxury Homes in Santa Fe

A Quick Look at Luxury Homes in Santa Fe Homes providing incredible views of the pristine ridges throughout the Santa Fe area are usually considered a part of the luxury category. Many of these homes feature tree-lined streets, incredible views and plenty of acreage. Luxury in Santa Fe is defined in a different way than…

Santa Fe 100 year old adobe home

Santa Fe 100 Year Old Adobe Home

100-year-old adobe home in Santa Fe The adobe abode has all of the Southwestern charm This 100-plus-year-old adobe home in the historic Guadalupe neighborhood follows in that tradition and features quintessentially Southwestern details like coved ceilings, vigas and beams, flagstone and brick floors, and rounded fireplaces. Two bedrooms and two baths make up the 1,500-square-foot…