The Compound at Monte Sereno
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The first houses in a new 15-home project will be ready next June in Monte Sereno, the resort residential community near the Santa Fe Opera that started up in 2004.
The Compound at Monte Sereno will have one-acre lots with two- and three-bedroom homes at 2,900 square feet and down to 2,200 square feet. “I think the market is telling us that people are downsizing, and as they’re aging they’re interested in more of a lock-and-leave lifestyle with low maintenance,” said Don Beauregard of 21 Club Holdings, LLC.
The Compound will have flat-roofed homes built in the “soft Santa Fe contemporary” style and “integrated into thoughtful landscaping that will create a private yet synergistic ambiance,” according to marketing materials.
Two of the homes are pre-sold and now under construction. “They have broken ground; they’re putting pads in now,” said Realtor Paul McDonald in August. “The owners interviewed probably a dozen builders and they chose two: Scott and Maika Wong [Solterra + Design + Build], who won the Grand Hacienda in the Parade of Homes last year, and Anthony and Wendy Odai, who have been doing the Las Colinas project on Gonzales Road — he has three units left to sell there. Lorn Tryk is the architect for The Compound.”
The access is Exit 168 (Tesuque Village, Opera Drive, Ave. Monte Sereno) off U.S. 84/285. For more information, see monteserenosantafe.com or contact listing agent Paul McDonald at Sotheby’s International Realty.
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