The Compound at Monte Sereno
Santa Fe Soft Contemporary Design | Single-Level
The Compound at Monte Sereno has 2 of its 8 lots under contract!
These to-be-built homes offer great views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, all on one level – with the kinds of aesthetics and finishes discerning clients have been lining up to buy in Monte Sereno since inception in 2004. Designed by architect Lorn Tryk, these homes will be offered in two models “Atalaya” and “Truchas” with upgrade options. The developer has contracted with Scott Wong of Solterra (Scott won the Grand Hacienda Award in the 2017 Parade of Homes with his entry in Monte Sereno) and Anthony Odai (builder of the successful Las Colinas project off of Gonzales on the East Side) to bring to life these “Santa Fe Soft Contemporary” style homes. Priced from around $1 million and up with the gated setting and proximity to town, the Opera, and all points in between, this is an unparalleled opportunity.
Years in the planning, the much-anticipated Monte Sereno Compound homes are exquisite single-level residences – with two models and a Santa Fe soft contemporary design theme, the homes have floor plans ideal for a relaxed modern lifestyle. The main living and dining room enjoys expansive views through three-panel east-facing sliding glass doors. The space is open to a gourmet kitchen featuring Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, custom cabinets, a large island, and an inviting casual design that affords multiple dining and living options with mountain views as the backdrop. The private master suite is adjoined by a large east-facing portal and features a corner kiva fireplace. True plaster walls, oak hardwood floors, and high ceilings with square-cut beams offer Old World counterparts to stylish contemporary finishes. All of the floor plans are customizable.
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