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Santa Fe Real Estate Guide

August 2012
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Parade of Homes
RAY RUSH
Direct 505.984.5117
Mobile 505.577.5117
ray@knowingsantafe.com
TIM VAN CAMP
Direct 505.984.5118
Mobile 505.690.2750
tim@knowingsantafe.com
We Know Santa Fe Real Estate
www.knowingsantafe.com 231 Washington Avenue • 505.988.8088
Ray Rush and Tim Van Camp—know Santa Fe. They are consistently among the top
producing agents—year in, year out. Whether it is a high or low market, Rush/Van Camp has
the experience, insight and understanding of the Santa Fe real estate scene to guide their
clients toward the right strategy for the times. There is a difference, and that difference is
reflected in facts, data and most importantly, results. We invite you to know the difference.
www.knowingsantafe.com
Vista Hermosa
Completed in 2008, the home uses a sophisticated color palette and expertly scaled living spaces to create a sense of comfort, welcome and warmth.
Artisan flooring of wood, stone and brick flows naturally from one room to the next and onto expansive portales and patios. The formal living and
dining rooms are spacious and inviting. The spectacular chef ’s kitchen features top-end appliances, an immense island, fireplace and sitting area, and
extensive butler’s pantry and bar area. The home follows the gentle slope of a five-acre property with exceptional views of the Sangres, the Jemez and
across the badlands toward Abiquiu. 3 Bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, 5,586 sq ft on 5.22 acres
MLS #201202249 Ofered at $2,495,000
ARCHITECTURALLY STRIKING RESIDENCE IN TESUQUE
JOHN RIGATTI
Direct 505.984.5141
Mobile 505.660.3353
jrigatti16@comcast.net
KnowingSantaFe.com
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HOME AUGUST 2012 3
Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Sotheby’s International Realty® is a registered trademark.
www.sothebyshomes.com/santafe 417 East Palace Avenue • 505.982.6207
SANTA FE’S MARKET LEADER
We are Local Experts with a Global Reach
ANN BRUNSON
505.690.7885
ann.brunson@sothebyshomes.com
Brunson Schroeder
REAL ESTATE GROUP
ED SCHROEDER
505.690.1007
ed.schroeder@sothebyshomes.com
13 COLUMBINE LANE $950,000
Hondurean mahogany Morelli carved door
leads to a grand custom home with polished
brick floors and views. 6 fireplaces, spacious
formal living and dining rooms, media and
library, and remodeled kitchen. #201201610
25 PASEO DEL CONEJO $1,350,000
360˚ views from this custom “Parade of
Homes” hacienda. Covered portales with
views of the surrounding mountains, gourmet
kitchen, brick and hardwood floors. 3,650 sq
ft, 3BR, 4BA, 2.97 acres. #201104494
841 CAMINO DEL ESTE $750,000
Gated 800 East home with Sangre de Cristos’
views. A wine lover’s delight with huge 3,000
bottle climate controlled wine cellar and won-
derful eastern views of the ski mountains.
#201005995
3112 VISTA SANDIA $730,000
A Santa Fe-style custom home 10 minutes
from the Plaza. Saltillo tile and ceiling latias
create Old World touches in a thoroughly
contemporary home. Huge covered portal
with sunset views. #201201744
663 BISHOPS LODGE, #29 $324,999
This end unit condo is true walking distance
to the Plaza, post ofce and numerous restau-
rants. Easy care – perfect for a getaway place
in Santa Fe. The large living room has Saltillo
tile and a gas fireplace. #201103113
751 ACEQUIA MADRE, #1 $930,000
Downtown living at its best! Mexican blue
Talavera tiles in both baths and the kitchen,
Saltillo tile and aged brick floors. Formal dining
room and great room with French doors that
open to serene outdoor spaces. #201202051
90 SUNDANCE DRIVE $795,000
Custom home with acres of beautiful flag-
stone floors. Tremendous mountain views.
Diamond plaster walls, gourmet kitchen with
granite counters and custom cabinets, and a
huge walk-in pantry. #201102683
314 NORTHGUADALUPE $1,500,000
Wonderful property across from Bert’s Burger
Bowl, it is half an acre with a prime location!
A tree-covered lot with a cute little 1920’s
6-room house and detached oversized 1-car
garage. So many possibilities! #201202874
12 VALLECITO ROAD $850,000
The entire Western Jemez Mountain range
with an unbeatable expanse of sunsets are
yours forever. This custom built home with
an attached guest house on 2.6 acres is
absolutely stunning. #201105491
208 PLAZA MONTANA $735,000
The center of Santa Fe, with wood floors and
granite counters. Formal dining and a great
room. Kitchen with island and side bar! Master
suite has portal access. Spacious library/ofce.
Landscaped gardens. #201104844
2252 ESPEJO PLACE $895,000
Los Senderos elegant custom home on one
level. Features professionally landscaped gar-
dens with outdoor fountain, oakwood and
Italian tiled floors. Attached casita with full
kitchen and separate living room. #201103981
3600 CERRILLOS, #508 $290,000
This New York-style loft has 2 balconies with
views. Wonderful high ceilings with lots of
windows and light make this a great place to
live and work. It is also wired for business
phone service. #201201148
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4 AUGUST 2012 HOME
SANTA FE’S MARKET LEADER
We are Local Experts with a Global Reach
Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Sotheby’s International Realty® is a registered trademark.
231 Washington Avenue • 505.988.8088 www.sothebyshomes.com/santafe 326 Grant Avenue • 505.988.2533
1110 OLD SANTA FE TRAIL $3,800,000
This sensational Eastside three plus-acre estate is an irresistible in-town oasis. The sophisticated, Territorial-style residence has expansive
living and dining rooms accessing lush, park-like grounds with terraces, spectacular koi ponds, a fabulous dining gazebo, and expansive
mountain views. Featured are an elegant owner’s suite with fireplace and lavish closet, excellent study, media and family rooms, and a
showcase kitchen. The abundant luxury appointments and exquisite details throughout ensure sublime ease and comfort. MLS# 201105322
194 ARROYO HONDO TRAIL $989,000
In its serene 5.8 acre Arroyo Hondo setting with vast mountain expanse, this 5,633 sq ft adobe 4 bedroom
home was conceived to preserve the organic integrity of its site. Included are a gracious living room with kiva
fireplace, huge dining room, center-island kitchen, family/breakfast room, plus a large study. Hand-troweled plas-
ter, vigas and glazed adobe floors enhance the house. Spacious grounds offer abundant fruit trees, a large fenced
garden and pond. The barn was transformed into a 1,569 sq ft studio/guest house. MLS# 201201749
Shane
Cronenweth
984.5158
shanesantafe@gmail.com
Caroline
Russell
954.5530
caroline.russell@sothebyshomes.com
40 CANYON HILL LANE $349,000
What a very special Historic Eastside find! Tucked away off Upper
Canyon Road, this two bedroom, two bath adobe and frame house has
tons of Santa Fe charm and character, including planked pine floors, vigas
in most rooms, a kiva fireplace, and a delightful upstairs pitched-roof
master suite addition that is awash with light. There is a sweet flagstone
patio for alfresco dining, with a foot path down the lush, forested lot.
Enjoy this enchanted cottage as it is, or add more touches to make it
your very own.
33 SPIRIT COURT $900,000
Marvel at the incredible panorama from this 4,990 sq ft gated estate on
1.8 acres. The custom 4 bedroom adobe/frame home with superb guest
house is convenient to both town and Tesuque. Entertain in the handsome
great room with soaring beamed ceiling, the spectacular kitchen/family
room, or the spacious terraces. The private master accesses a gym, portal,
and hot tub with waterfall. The guest wing includes a music/screening
room. Hardwood and flagstone floors, hand-troweled plaster, finely carved
doors. A remarkable value! MLS# 201104704
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961 PASEO DEL SUR $825,000
Delightful property! With south and sunset vistas, this striking home and guest apartment artfully merges
Southwest and contemporary. A gracious entry accesses the great room with soaring ceilings, and a 52-foot
galleria. The sleek, well-equipped kitchen has superb storage. The wonderful master has beamed and corbeled
ceilings, double baths and amazing closets. Featured are a deep entertaining portal and terrace, granite coun-
ters, planked oak and stone floors, built-in speakers and A/C. Main house is all one level. MLS# 201202817
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SANTA FE’S MARKET LEADER
We are Local Experts with a Global Reach
Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Sotheby’s International Realty® is a registered trademark.
www.sothebyshomes.com/santafe 326 Grant Avenue • 505.988.2533
ROXANNEAPPLE
505.660.5998
www.SantaFeCalling.com
57 LEAPING POWDER ROAD $720,000
Spacious, light, private property in Arroyo Hondo. Warm and pristine finishes adorn the single level
4BR, 3BA main house which features high ceilings with vigas and latillas, Saltillo tile floors and
Talavera-tiled baths. The kitchen/living room opens onto a sheltered and private back portal. Features
include great separation of bedrooms, attached 2-car garage and lovely landscaping. The open concept
studio/casita has separate parking and private patio. All on 5 wonderful acres. MLS# 201201748
6 EAGLE DANCER COURT $92,500
Absolutely beautiful 2.5 acre lot located in Sundance Estates. Close
to town (located between Tano West and Sundance Drive); end of
a cul-de-sac with terrific views. Utilities on site. Ready to build.
#201103979
69 CONDESA ROAD $449,000
Spacious, single level 4BR, 3BA home with French doors to a patio
and garden with views. Master suite with fireplace, new kitchen
appliances. Vigas, latillas, nichos, tile floors, 2-car garage, and
ofce/studio. #201103819
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930-928 CERRO DE LA PAZ $2,990,000
The soul of a great home with the size of a great estate! Beautifully sited on over 8 acres in one of
Santa Fe’s most sought after areas, this exquisite residence was built in 1938 in the spirit of the owners'
good friend, John Gaw Meem, and completely and impeccably remodeled by Sharon Woods in 1999.
A romantic courtyard, expansive portales and magnificent gardens frame the beautifully proportioned
living areas, fabulous gallery, a true chef’s kitchen, library, and more! MLS# 201003810
3101 OLD PECOSTRAIL, #602 $1,200,000
There is always, always a standout: that house which possesses an extra measure of what people truly look for and want in a home. This fabulous, free-standing single level Hacienda model in Quail Run has
it all. An open floor plan flows from kitchen (with kitchen dining and fireplace) through dining, living areas, library/media room, light-filled entry and opens onto the expansive, brick-floored covered portal
with kiva fireplace and big views of the 1st fairway, with lake and western light. MLS# 201200386
BLACK CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW
6 AUGUST 2012 HOME
SANTA FE’S MARKET LEADER
We are Local Experts with a Global Reach
Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Sotheby’s International Realty® is a registered trademark.
326 Grant Avenue • 505.988.2533 www.sothebyshomes.com/santafe
Art of LI VI NG
Fi ne pr oper t i es t o s ui t y our Sant a Fe l i f est y l e
w w w. s a n t a f e t e a m . c o m
Santa Fe Team
Moo Thorpe, 505.780.0310 • Chris Haynes, 505.660.6121 • Jennifer Gallagher, 505.660.8793
56 POLMOOD FARM ROAD $2,399,000
204 PLAZA MONTANA $560,000
Lovely home with wonderful views of Sun and Moon
Mountain. Spacious kitchen with granite countertops,
stainless steel appliances and large walk-in pantry. Features
a separate dining area, gas fireplace, vigas, and 2-car garage.
Beautifully landscaped with an entertaining portal and fully
fenced backyard. MLS# 201005915
21 BIG TESUQUE CANYON $1,595,000
Exceptional Tesuque estate in Big Tesuque Canyon on lush, ir-
rigated acreage bordering the National Forest. Large, gracious
rooms including a grand living room with views over the lands
and orchard. A separate master suite includes a private office,
dressing area and bath, and private patio. Lovely pool, spa, a
barn/studio plus a BR and BA over the garage. MLS# 804172
810 ABEYTA STREET $459,000
A charming tucked away jewel on the Eastside. Located on
one of Santa Fe’s most authentic historic district streets, this
adobe casita has high ceilings, brick floors, vigas, and in-floor
radiant heat. An open floor plan includes living room with
fireplace, dining area and an inviting kitchen. There are 2BR,
one with a fireplace and large bath. MLS# 201202673
For your new and evolving Santa Fe lifestyle, trust the Santa Fe Team to find
your ideal property. Amid natureʼs splendor – Culture, Tradition, Community –
savor the Art of Living!
Adjacent to National Forest in the hills above
Tesuque, this spectacular compound on 15 acres
is a rare and unique offering 10 minutes from
downtown Santa Fe. Beautiful mountain and valley
views from both the 5,301 sq ft main house and a
1,735 sq ft guest house with attached studio. Built
in a Contemporary/Pueblo-style, the interiors
boast a tranquil environment created via warm
colors and textures of exquisitely crafted hand
plastered walls, tile floors, custom wood cabi-
netry, and hand forged iron work by highly ac-
claimed Tom Joyce. The main home features 2BR,
2.5BA, a large library, 2nd office or exercise room,
and a serious cook’s kitchen. MLS# 201201028
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Beautiful landscaping and
a shady portal lead to a
bedroom door created by
renowned builder Kate
Chapman in the 1920s. See
Inside Adobe Walls, Page 27,
for more about this property
on the market.
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BLACK CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW
8 AUGUST 2012 HOME
SANTA FE’S MARKET LEADER
We are Local Experts with a Global Reach
Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Sotheby’s International Realty® is a registered trademark.
231 Washington Avenue • 505.988.8088 www.sothebyshomes.com/santafe
Outstanding Properties
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BOB CARDINALE
505.577.8418
bob.cardinale@sothebyshomes.com
144 GONZALES ROAD, #4 $559,000
The perfect condo in the perfect location! Steps from Canyon
Road restaurants and galleries, and 1 mile from the Plaza.
Sought after Portales Vista unit with 2 bedrooms, nicely sep-
arated. MLS# 201201669
144 CERRITO DE BACA $399,000
Open concept 2BR main home with wraparound deck. Next
door is another 2BR attached to an artist’s dream studio.
Both offer vigas, kiva fireplaces, tongue and groove ceilings,
and Saltillo tile. Priced below appraisal. MLS# 201201156
610 CAMINO SANTAANA $399,000
Sweet house and guest house close to the Railyard and St.
Anne’s Church. This totally rebuilt double adobe unit has won-
derful Santa Fe style throughout. Live in one, rent the other.
MLS# 201201373
3600 CERRILLOS ROAD, 401 B $99,000
Ultra contemporary, beautiful first floor Lofts unit,
zoned C-1 (Light Commercial) or live in it. Polished
concrete floors and cast concrete kitchen counters.
High ceilings. MLS# 201103139
556 EAST CORONADO ROAD
$589,000
MLS# 201202958
Born in Pueblo, Colorado, Bob has a BA in Mathematics
and Philosophy earned while a Benedictine monk, an MA
in Art from the University of Northern Colorado, and a
Doctorate in Art Education from Arizona State University.
He has been a professor at the University of Northern
Colorado, Ohio State University, University of Arizona,
and Boston University (where he was Director of the
Program in Artisanry). Bob has served as president of the
San Antonio Art Institute and the Museum of New Mexico
Foundation, and has been a Realtor since 1992.
29 ARROYO GRIEGO ROAD
$845,000
MLS# 201202247
RECENTLY SOLD
PROPERTIES
Excellence, with a touch of grace...
Emily Garcia
505.955.7963 • 505.699.6644
emily@emilygarcia.com
Emily Ivette Garcia
CRS, Real Estate Broker
For more information about Santa Fe and/or real estate
www.emilygarcia.com
Abiquiu Views & Lake
10 Petroglyph
$619,000 #201201769
House with 4 Garage/Studio
189 Country Road 113
$500,000 #201102698
Historic Casita
644 Canyon Road, #4
$425,000 #201202282
Enchanting Adobe Casita
122 B Elena
$400,000 #201201947
Gracious Territorial Style
4154 Midnight Owl
$350,000 #201201810
Tesuque House & Guest House
100 Three Rock Road
$365,000 #201202187
Exquisite Gated Retreat
Rancho San Juan Casita
$350,000 #201104454
Contemporary Condo
812 C Calle Saragosa
$200,000 #201102257
New Featured Property
Sanctuario with Views & Pool
60 Camino San Cristobal
$600,000 #201203023
Magnificent Views & Elegance
17 Camino Monte Feliz
$1,100,000 #201201868
7-Unit Opportunity
9 Wagon Wheel Lane
$775,000 #201201315
Galisteo House & Guest House
13 Marcelina
$675,000 #201000685
Private Oasis with Views
76 Paseo del Coyote
$625,000 #201202359
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SANTA FE’S MARKET LEADER
We are Local Experts with a Global Reach
Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Sotheby’s International Realty® is a registered trademark.
www.sothebyshomes.com/santafe 231 Washington Avenue • 505.988.8088
WALK TOTHE PLAZA
Two condos – five years old, absolutely gorgeous finishes. Hard-troweled
plaster, brick floors with radiant heat; travertine baths and walk-in
closets; kiva fireplaces, bancos and skylights.
Two bedrooms and two baths. $725,000
One bedroom $500,000
FAMILY LODGE
Special property on 5 scenic acres! A sprawling lodge with multiple wings for a
variety of uses. Great plaster main living room with fabulous timber vigas and
true Italian chef’s kitchen; privacy, landscaping and views from all windows; a wing
with 3BR, 2BA and guest powder room; a wing with 3BR, 2BA and guest powder
room; a wing with master suite; and separate guest suite. $769,000
SOPHISTICATEDCONDOMINIUM
Minutes to the Plaza, in prestigious 1200 East, op-
portunity knocks! Clean lines and bright, open
spaces make this custom built condo a rare find.
Large rooms with high ceilings and beautifully land-
scaped outdoor spaces. Three BR, great master
suite, cheerful eat-in kitchen, garage, and storage.
$725,000
Ashley Margetson
ASSOCIATE BROKER, CRS, GRI
LUXURY REAL ESTATE EXPERT
Of f i ce: 984. 5186
Cel l : 920. 2300
ashley.margetson@sothebyshomes.com
ONE-OF-A-KINDVILLA
Magnificent 360˚ views from this unique villa. The 6,130 sq ft home is
poised on 1.3 private, wooded acres on a hill minutes to the Plaza.
Antique doors, diamond finished plaster, high ceilings with coves, vigas,
corbels, and beams. Hand-carved stone windows. Five fireplaces, skylights
and a comfortable floorplan. Owner is a NM Real Estate Broker.
$1,795,000
CAMINOCUERVO
Immaculate and pristine home with many upgrades: finished garage; air
conditioning; security system; lovely professional landscaping. New
water heater and all appliances included. This is a one owner home, in
pristine condition. $209,000
7 MINUTES TOTHE WILDWEST
Rising up at the end of a quiet cu-de-sac, 2.5 acres of graceful, wooded
land face the expanse of unspoiled views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain
range sweeping across the view corridor. $149,000
Gorgeous 2.5 acre view lot close in!
Easy access to 599 and 285, town and
everything! Fabulous Sangre de Cristo
views and pretty, rolling terrain. Several
great building sites on the property.
This is the closest lot in La Tierra to
Santa Fe. $120,000
HANSEL & GRETEL’S HIDEAWAY
A romantic old adobe garden cottage, nestled on a wooded hillside, in the
heart of the historic district. Built about 1900 with 1 large and 1 small
BR/study looking out on gardens, with 2BA. Easy stroll to the Plaza, and
Canyon Road. Features rustic adobe bancos, 3 fireplaces, beamed and
clerestory ceilings, brick and wood floors. $650,000
BEST OF PUEBLOS DEL SOL
Built by master builder Robert Lockwood as a per-
sonal residence, this house has everything, and is
of the highest quality workmanship, materials, and
fixtures. Slightly Asian ambiance, with a Pueblo feel!
2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus study/office. 12' ceilings,
genuine bamboo floors, hard-troweled plaster, hand
rubbed with beeswax. $395,000
MARY POPPIN’S HOUSE
P.L. Travers, author of Mary Poppins, once lived here! 1898 adobe
house, guest house and art studio. Off Canyon Road. SO special!
High old trees. Plenty of parking. Ambiance, charm, character. New
wiring, plumbing and unseen necessities—authentic, original inte-
riors! One of a magical kind! $950,000
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BLACK CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW
10 AUGUST 2012 HOME
SANTA FE’S MARKET LEADER
We are Local Experts with a Global Reach
Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Sotheby’s International Realty® is a registered trademark.
326 Grant Avenue • 505.988.2533 www.sothebyshomes.com/santafe
MARION SKUBI GROUP
MarionSkubi.com
Marion Skubi
ABR, CRB, CRS
505.660.8722
Marion@MarionSkubi.com
Aleka Moore
Operations Manager, Marion Skubi Group
505.954.0732
Aleka@MarionSkubi.com
Johnnie Gillespie
Partner, Marion Skubi Group
505.690.1909
Johnnie@JohnnieGillespie.com
RELAXED ELEGANCE IN LAS CAMPANAS
11 Paintbrush $845,000
First time on the market ofering great interior spaces and both Sangre de Cristo views to the east
and Jemez Mountain views to the west. Generous great room accented by soaring ceiling height
with comfortable living, dining and kitchen that open to adjacent entertaining portales. Secluded
master bedroom with kiva fireplace and private portal for enjoying Sangre de Cristo morning view.
Separate guest wing contains 2 bedrooms and study or 3 bedrooms with 2 baths and ofering
Jemez Mountain sunset views. MLS# 201202469
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113 CAMINO ESCONDIDO #1 $385,000
Historic Eastside, just a block from Canyon Road and across from
the Santa Fe River. This cozy, romantic pied-a-terre is the essence
of Santa Fe with trees, light, private courtyards, charm, warmth,
walk to galleries, restaurants and the Plaza. MLS# 201105632
3101 OLD PECOS TRAIL, #808 $610,000
Nice Pinon B model, located on a private greenbelt. This delightful
2BR, 2BA has been elegantly upgraded; new kitchen with bamboo
cabinetry and appliances, remodeled bathrooms, custom built-ins,
and a high-efficiency boiler and water heater. MLS# 904637
PremiumLots, Exclusive Developments
Priced to Sell
MONTE SERENO $99,000 to $324,900
Super Sites with Views
NORTH SUMMIT $249,900
Exclusive Location with Plans
NORTHWEST $149,900
5 Acre Parcel with Jemez and Sangre de Cristo Views
1232 VALLECITA DRIVE $888,888
Large 3,300 sq ft main house, plus 1,500 sq ft guest home, close
to Plaza. The split level main house features an open living room,
dining and large chef ’s kitchen, spacious outdoor deck, master
suite plus 2 additional bed/baths. MLS# 201202243
1082 MANSION RIDGE ROAD $925,000
A charming well maintained older home with 3 bedrooms, 4 baths,
a spacious living room, sunroom, sunlit kitchen, dining room,
laundry/work room, and studio all sited on 3+ acres with beautiful
gardens, mature trees, and privately gated. MLS# 201203072
41 BLUESTEM DRIVE $729,000
Spacious, single level, Northwest home with fantastic views.
Features 3BR, 3BA, plus a study, large open kitchen with fireplace,
lots of natural light, garden courtyard entry, great patios and
gardens, and an oversized 3-car garage. MLS# 201102623
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12 AUGUST 2012 HOME
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48 AVENIDA FRIJOLES $575,000
Sunset view home all on one level with immaculate upscale fin-
ishes. Diamond plaster/mud walls, eat-in kitchen with granite
counters and center island, mature landscaping with gated and
walled front courtyard. There could be a separate office or library.
MLS# 201203032
950 OLD TAOS HIGHWAY $895,000
Very special home with Santa Fe charm, situated high atop Old
Taos Highway. Magnificent Sangre de Cristo views. Finishes include
vigas, beam, latillas, hardwood and Saltillo tile flooring. Attached
casita/guest house also has great views. Minutes to Santa Fe’s
Historic Plaza. MLS# 201202885
1124 CAMINO SAN ACACIO $799,000
Lovely home with views built by Jay Parks on a quiet street in the
Historic Eastside just two blocks to Canyon Rd. This 3BR, 2BA
adobe/frame home features hardwood floors, top-of-the-line appli-
ances, a cathedral ceiling in the living room, 3 fireplaces, plaster
walls, beam & viga ceilings, radiant heat, and A/C. MLS# 201101360
3 JACINTO COURT $475,000
Amazing view home in Eldorado at the end of a private lane. This
home is 2,500 sq ft, all on 1 level with an attached 2-car garage
with work space. Passive solar design offering 3BR and 4BA. Beau-
tiful stacked stone fireplace in the living room, kiva fireplace in the
study, vigas/beams, and radiant heat. MLS# 201202302
12 LAVADERO ROAD $899,000
Brand new construction in Tesuque, this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home
is constructed by boutique builder Anthony Odai and features a
tasteful floor plan, teak wood floors, a custom moss rock fireplace,
and views of Los Alamos and the surrounding mountains and
mesas. MLS# 201202473
38-M LODGE TRAIL $419,000
Great location in the Hills minutes to downtown Santa Fe. Stunning,
panoramic views. Fine craftsmanship and design, high ceilings and
vigas. All single level surrounded by garden patios. Rare location bor-
dering lush national forest and 200 acres of open space. This prop-
erty has a successful short term rental history. MLS# 201202229
1346 BISHOPS LODGE $475,000
Located in the Tesuque Valley, this Northern New Mexico-style
home features 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. It overlooks Tesuque
Creek and has a charming courtyard, terraced gardens and a large
portal – perfect for entertaining. Home remodeled by Betty
Stewart. MLS# 201202729
18 CAMINO BARRANCA $429,000
To be built home in Aldea de Santa Fe. 3 Bedroom, 2 bath home
with mountain views. Energy star appliances, beams, 10' ceilings
in main living area, 9' ceilings in bedrooms. Tile floors in master
bath, kitchen, dining and family rooms, carpet in bedrooms.
MLS# 201202940
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NEIL LYON GROUP
NEIL LYON, CRB, CRS, GRI
DIRECT: 954.5505 CELL: 660.8600
EVELYNSPIKER, CRS, GREEN, RSPS
DIRECT: 954.5556 CELL: 930.0999
VANESSA RIOS Y VALLES
DIRECT: 954.5522 CELL: 231.3708
4 EAST GOLDEN EAGLE ROAD
A beautiful and dramatic residence in
Las Campanas featuring 3BR, 4BA plus
an office/study. The fabulous great
room harmoniously combines living,
dining, family and kitchen areas all per-
fectly situated to take full advantage of
the western mountain and sunset
views. #201105362 $1,150,000
LA TIERRA
LAS CAMPANAS
22 NORTH VUELTA HERRADURA
Breathtaking mountain views from this
fabulous residence in La Tierra. This
exceptional compound was beautifully
conceived by Archaeo Architects and
built by Clemens Construction. Con-
sisting of a 4BR main house, a 2BR
guest house, and an exercise studio/
office. #201105652 $1,995,000
3 CALLE VENTOSO WEST
Magnificent mountain views from this
fabulous 4BR (plus an office!) home.
Quality finishes include travertine
floors, granite countertops, and beau-
tiful plaster and woodwork through-
out. The 2,000 sq ft portal is perfect
for outdoor entertaining. #201100852
$1,150,000
1340 VISTA MORADA
Impeccable residence in La Mariposa!
This is a lovely 3BR, 2.5BA home that
also includes an office and has no in-
terior steps. Enjoy views of the Sangre
de Cristo Mountains from the walled
entry courtyard with a portal that
wraps around the front of the house.
#201202663 $769,000
NORTHWEST
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I am very pleased to announce that Britt Gladu has joined
the Neil Lyon Group.
Britt, with a dozen years of diverse residential real estate
brokerage experience, recently joined Sotheby's International
Realty afer moving to Santa Fe from Scottsdale. Afer meet-
ing Britt and observing her professionalism and drive during
her frst couple of months at Sotheby’s, it became clear to me
that she would be a great addition to my team.
In addition to being very serious about her real estate career,
Britt is a committed athlete. She is a competitive tennis
player, golfer, hiker and river rafer. She is a sport fshing
enthusiast, wine enthusiast and devoted runner for Chester,
her loyal chocolate Labrador retriever.
During her years in the Phoenix area, Britt was involved in
many community activities and causes. As she gets to know
Santa Fe well in the coming months, she’ll decide where to
direct her volunteer eforts in our community.
I am proud to have Britt as part of the Neil Lyon Group,
adding to our capabilities for the beneft of all of us.
Neil D. Lyon, CRB, CRS, GRI
BRITT GLADU
DIRECT: 954.5514
CELL: 500.5184
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LIFE IN AN EASTSIDE GARDEN
Authentic and exquisite 2BR, 2BA, 2,240 sq ft mostly
adobe main residence circa 1920+ with formal living
room, dining rooom and kitchen overlooking a won-
deful portal and lush gardens, unpdated with care
and graced with a handsome master suite, 4 fire-
places, alcoves and nichos plus a free-standing
1BR, 1BA, 1,247 sq ft guest house with kiva circa
2005 in an incomparable setting. MLS 201202834
OFFERED AT $1,750,000
SANTA FE MODERN
Southeast–Architect Robert Zachry’s stunning de-
sign achieves it all; showcasing the dramatic NM
landscape while creating an elegant, light-filled
dwelling that celebrates art and the art of living.
The 4215 sq ft, 3BR, 3BA home with media/den
and gourmet kitchen is graced with complex, sim-
ple lines, steel accents, walls of glass and portales
that look to views in 3 directions. MLS 201202430
OFFERED AT $900,000
A HINT OF JASMINE
NW–Wrapped in landscaped courtyards, grand por-
tales and views west, this elegant 3BR, 3BA, 3,174
sq ft Santa Fe-style home in gated Colinas Verdes
includes a splendid living room with Anasazi stacked
stone fireplace, travertine floors, formal dining,
deluxe kitchen with family room and home office
graced with lofty archways, wood ceilings and vigas.
One-level living with 3-car garage. MLS 201201865
OFFERED AT $839,000
BIG TESUQUE CANYON
Aworld of its own adjoining the National Forest along
the Rio Tesuque, this stunning gated compound in-
cludes a gracious Territorial-style 3BR, 3.5BA, 4,239
sq ft main residence with wraparound portal, pitched-
roof Tesuque farm-style 1BR+ den, 2BA, 1,744 sq ft
guest house, studio/guest quarters, treehouse +
painter’s shed on 3.59 acres in an unparalleled one-
of-a-kind lush setting. MLS 201200912
OFFERED AT $2,895,000
JIMDEVILLE
505.690.4815
jimdeville2009@gmail.com
733 GALISTEO STREET $1,279,000
Historic Territorial-style compound with a stately 3BR, 2.5BA
adobe main house, two separate 1BRguest houses, and a de-
tached 2-car garage, all surrounded by glorious, irrigated and
walled gardens. MLS# 201202105
19-A & PINON JAY TRAIL $799,000
Spacious, renovated 4 or 5BRadobe, guest house, large work-
shop, gardens, Koi pond and views. Open concept with kitchen/
dining/living, office, master suite and heated garage all on main
level. Wood Gormley School District. MLS# 201201943
76 LAVADERO ROAD $899,000
Lovely adobe home built by Doug McDowell on 5 secluded
acres. 3BR, 2BA main house features a new kitchen, family/
sitting area with a wall of moveable glass doors opening onto
a patio and infinity pool. Detached studio. MLS# 201202971
232 STATE ROAD 76 $299,000
Charming 2BR, 2BAadobe home and 1BR,
1BA adobe guest house, both with Sangre
de Cristo, Badland and Santa Cruz valley
views, truly spectacular. MLS# 201202008
810-1/2 ABEYTA $349,000
Cute adobe casita circa 1935, 2 blocks to
Canyon Road. Quiet and private, 2BR,
1BA, oak floors, classic stone fireplace, ex-
cellent rental history. MLS# 201105485
Very happy to be
back at Sotheby’s
International
Realty with such
good colleagues
and friends!
509-D RIO GRANDE $519,000
Charming 2BR, 2BA condo with garage, in
quiet compound just 4 blocks fromthe Plaza.
New kitchen, large master with views, land-
scaped outdoor spaces. MLS# 201202842
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www.sothebyshomes.com/santafe 417 East Palace Avenue • 505.982.6207
Pam Wickiser, SRES*, GRI
505.470.9884
pam.wickiser@sothebyshomes.com
Bob Dunn
505.470.9883
bob.dunn@sothebyshomes.com
Quail Run
Country Club Living
The Leading Sales Team at
Quail Run Since 1998
Combined 60 years of Santa Fe
Real Estate Experience
RobertDunnRealEstate.com
UNIT #664 $795,000
One of the best locations within Quail Run.
Totally charming 3 bedroom, 3 bath gracious
home with outstanding views of mountains and
golf course. Many custom features. #201201710
* Senior Real Estate Specialist
UNIT #685 $654,500
Free-standing home in Quail Run. Gracious Piñon
A floorplan. 2BR, 2BA with separate breakfast
area. Large living/dining area with access to out-
door patio and portal. #201201750
UNIT #217 $339,000
Beautiful views from this quiet and secluded up-
stairs Plaza A unit. Nicely separated 2 bedroom,
2 bath with skylights and fireplace. Elevator in
building. #201006227
UNIT #120 $399,500
About the best located Plaza condo at Quail Run.
A true end unit overlooking the 6th green. Rarely
on the market. Patio is huge with approx. 819 sq
ft. Perfect separation of bedrooms. #201201035
UNIT #102 $349,000
Great location, end unit near clubhouse, yet pri-
vate. Large Plaza B floorplan, 2BR, 2BA, nicely
separated, fireplace, large patio south facing, and
not facing another unit. #201201583
UNIT #727 $525,000
Large casita overlooking a lovely green space and
facing the 7th fairway. Delightfully appointed
property. The 2BR, 2BA are nicely separated by
the main living area. #201104700
UNIT #408 $598,500
Popular 1,629 sq ft Piñon B model featuring 2BR,
2BA. Located adjacent to the 1st fairway but pri-
vately situated. Remodeled bath, a beautiful patio
and portal, and a 2-car garage. #201202181
UNIT #418 $565,000
Popular floor plan and well maintained with ex-
panded closet spaces, access to patios from each
room, low water usage landscaping, and private
walled yard. Bonus den/office space. #201105781
UNIT #907 $659,000
Quail Run Piñon E model. 3BR, 3BA on single
level. Nice greenbelt off generous portal adds to
the desirability. Well situated outdoor living
space, and close to clubhouse. #201100446
UNIT #676 $695,000
A Piñon E 3BR and 3BA home on one level. Pri-
vate and secluded location. This lovingly main-
tained home has a deep portal for outdoor living
and beautiful landscaping. #201006515
Amenities Include: 24-hour hosted
security gate, golf course, tennis,
swimming pool, state-of-the-art
exercise facilities, jogging and walking
trails, fine dining, clubhouse and spa.
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Truly a special property with views of mountains and city lights. Won-
derful flow throughout the home. Custom designed, featuring 3 bed-
rooms, a media den or office, plus a 3-car garage. #201103680
Featured Fine Properties
43 CIBOLA CIRCLE $479,000
A lovely country home plus attached guest house on 2+ tree-covered
acres. Views and privacy. Recently remodeled kitchen, spacious floor
plan, outdoor patios and portales for entertaining. #201201910
232-432 MESA ENCANTADO $290,000
Near Encantado/Four Seasons Resort. 2BR, 2BA, lovely patio in one
of the most quiet, peaceful, serene settings you will find in the Santa
Fe area. Large outdoor swimming pool nearby. #201202782
UNIT #156 $395,000
This Plaza condo is one of 4 truly end units. Rare
level of quality and numerous upgrades engi-
neered by famed architect Laban Wingert include
gorgeous Italian tile floors. #201202622
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16 AUGUST 2012 HOME
SANTA FE’S MARKET LEADER
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SantaFeBeautifulHomes.com
1833 ARROYO CHAMISO $455,000
This comfortable three bedroom residence on
one acre in the Sol y Lomas/Arroyo Chamiso
neighborhood is in very nice condition and has
wonderful living spaces indoors and out. Walled
and beautifully landscaped yard with portal, newer
roof and boiler, new stucco. On 1 acre near the
hospital. MLS# 201104915
1833ArroyoChamiso.com
31 CAMINO PACIFICO $525,000
Large Sunlit Hills home on 5.25 acres features gor-
geous gardens and is highlighted by a fabulous land-
scaped backyard with a sparkling swimming pool!
The den and dining room both open to a patio and
inviting portal leading to the splendid pool with
built-in hot tub. Remodeled kitchen and wonderful
views over the City to the Jemez Mountains.
MLS# 201202408 31CaminoPacifico.com
680 GARCIA STREET $1,800,000
Adobe residence on one acre in the Historic East-
side not far from the Plaza and Museum Hill was
originally built in the 1930’s and has grown over
the years to a 4BR, 5BA, 5,600 sq ft home with 5
fireplaces plus an indoor swimming pool in a 1,570
sq ft heated room. Enjoy wonderful outdoor living
with a fabulous portal and walled garden.
680GarciaStreet.com
616-B PASEO DE LA LOMA $638,500
Rare offering downtown a few blocks from the
Plaza with Amazing Views! Spectacular city lights,
and remarkable vistas over Santa Fe to the Sandia
and Ortiz Mountains, as well as gorgeous views of
the Sangre de Cristos! Relax in this 2BR, 2BA res-
idence with bountiful light in an open-concept
living room, kitchen, and dining room/sunroom.
MLS# 201201987 616PaseoDeLaLoma.com
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ALAN AND ANNE
VORENBERG
954 CERRO DE LA PAZ $3,795,000
Elegant Estate with stunning views on 12.5 gated
acres near the Plaza comprised of an impeccable
residence built by Doug McDowell in 2005 with
superb finishes, 11 fireplaces, 8 baths including
dual master baths, fabulous kitchen, 3,000 sq ft of
portales, 1BR guest casita, and gorgeous swim-
ming pool with cabana and bath.
MLS# 201005922 954CerroDeLaPaz.com
12 VALENCIA RANCH $795,000
An absolutely stunning adobe home in Apache
Canyon, this fabulous residence is really a treat!
Experience elegant living in a wonderful setting
on 8 acres with picturesque views of Apache
Canyon over the Galisteo Creek. Over $240,000
in thoughtful and gorgeous improvements have
been added. 20 minutes to the Plaza.
MLS# 201201017 12ValenciaRanch.com
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A superb and classic example of Pueblo Revival ar-
chitecture, this circa early 1900’s hacienda has been
completely refurbished and remodeled in 2007.
Thick adobe walls, 6 fireplaces, gorgeous flagstone
floors and stone baseboards, plaster walls, tradi-
tional viga/split cedar latilla ceilings, and a big por-
tal. Huge art studio with bedroom and full bath.
MLS# 201201747 42SanSebastian.com
322 MAGDALENA ROAD, #6 $649,000
This Pied a Terre with the utmost in Santa Fe Style
is two blocks from the Historic Plaza! Designed by
Blaine Young and built by Sharon Woods, this 2BR,
2.5BA residence in the beautiful Magdalena Com-
pound has an elegant yet comfortable feeling.
Extra thick adobe walls, brick and hardwood floor-
ing, gorgeous kitchen, and lovely bathrooms.
MLS# 201201992 322Magdalena.com
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2844 PUEBLO BONITO $284,900
Three BR, 3BA home just 15 minutes from the
Plaza is near shopping, public schools, and the SF
Community College. This Pueblos del Sol
charmer has been refreshed and features a com-
fortable floor plan with many Pueblo-style accents
such as viga and plank ceilings, beautiful Southwest
solid wood doors, newly refinished Saltillo tile
floors, and a kiva fireplace. MLS# 201202330
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CHARLES WEBER
Direct: 954.0734
Cell: 670.9377
charles.weber@sothebyshomes.com
121 SICOMORO STREET $397,500
Features include a master suite with walk-in closet, 2-car garage,
pitched roof with asphalt shingles, hardwood floors, updated
kitchen with granite counters, 2BR and 2BA, plus sunroom and
3rd BR/den. 1,650+ sq ft, fenced yard and fruit trees. #201202937
223 SPRUCE STREET $449,500
A tremendous home, on a lovely lot, in a great subdivision. At the
top of the cul-de-sac, discover this better than Stamm built home.
Now with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths in 2,300 sq ft, 223 Spruce of-
fers gracious living at the top! #201202335
TAX DEFERRED EXCHANGE SPECIALIST
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115 TEMBLON $247,500
Casa Solana home with three bedrooms and a full bath, featuring
old style Stamm charm. Hardwood floors, plaster walls, kiva fire-
place, new cabinets, countertop, and stainless appliances; all on a
quiet street. #201203103
858 MAGEE LANE $575,000
Over 2,300 sq ft featuring master with fireplace, single level, split
floorplan, and extra hobby room. Clerestory hallway that shines
natural light on the adobe accent wall. Extensive landscaping.
#201201346
1706 PAINTED SKY $499,000
Lovely, gracious, three bedroom, two bath home with garage and
views. Easy care, nice portal, cu-de-sac location. #201201554
29 PASEO DEL COYOTE $795,000
Enjoy Peace and Tranquility: This lovely 4BR, 3BA home boasts
3,200 sq ft of soaring ceilings, exquisitely landscaped courtyard,
and chef ’s kitchen with thoughtful design and finishes. 3-car
garage, evaporative coolers, and peaceful setting. #201202405
228 ST. FRANCIS B $319,000
Efficient, quality office space. Building B: 2,400 sq ft, split into two
1,200 sq ft spaces. Flexible configuration. South unit has extra
large conference room, reception entry, and two offices. North
unit has reception, and 4 separate offices. #201000839
2803 CAMINO DEL BOSQUE $235,000
This updated Bellamah has 3BR, 2BA and much more. The open
kitchen/dining/den creates great living space. Nice bathrooms, cus-
tom built-in shelving, enclosed front courtyard, 2-car garage,
Pitched, shingle roof, and views. #201202827
610 RIO GRANDE/605 GRIFFIN $575,000
Casa Rio Grande welcomes you with an expansive enclosed brick
courtyard with water feature. The charming 2BR, 2BA main living
area is 1,200 sq ft and boasts vigas and beams and hardwood
floors. #201202202
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SANTA FE’S MARKET LEADER
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KATHERINE BLAGDEN
Office: 505.955.7980
Cell: 505.490.2400
kbsantafe.com
707 EAST PALACE AVENUE, #7 $575,000
La Vereda home near the Plaza, in wonderful condition. Lovely
Santa Fe details include vigas and beams, a kiva Heatalator
fireplace, a south-facing patio with fireplace, and a delightful
upper deck off the master. 2BR, 2BA. MLS# 201201955
23 CALLE ALEXIA $1,500,000
Carved into a granite hill on 3.2 acres, this 6,000 sq ft home
is well built and engineered. Elegant high split cedar ceiling
in the entry is flanked by view filled formal living/dining rooms
with mirroring fireplaces. MLS# 201203091
62 EAST WILDFLOWER DRIVE $595,000
Views and wonderful seclusion from this sweet two bedroom
Tierra Del Oro home while just minutes from town. High ceil-
ings with vigas and latillas, brick floors and open concept
living/dining areas. MLS# 201201444
705 GALISTEO $350,000
Charmingly authentic 1924 adobe near the Railyard and the
Plaza is a special treasure, with 4 fireplaces, wonderful viga,
beam and latilla ceilings and plank wood and tile floors. Two
or 3BR, 1,668 sq ft South Capital home. MLS# 201202741
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE SHOW:
“The June 3rd remote broadcast from the Santa Fe Marimba Festival was great! I
watched the video stream from Texas and know that the one we stage this fall from
the Bonanza Creek Ranch movie set will be a huge success!”
Sonja Howle, Owner, FamousBarns.com, San Antonio, TX
“You do a great job with the show and we certainly appreciated the opportunity to
showcase the community and club during the July 1st remote broadcast. I should
also say how impressed I am with Sotheby’s–your commitment to Santa Fe and
Las Campanas is admirable.”
David Loan, General Manager, The Club at Las Campanas
“We were extremely pleased with the remote broadcast from the
gallery on Mother’s Day. I can’t imagine why any business wouldn’t
want to use a remote to entice consumers to their own location.”
Stephen Etre, Co-Owner, Stephen's, A Consignment Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
For more information, contact Rey Post: 505.989.8900
rey.post@sothebyshomes.com.
36 RAVEN RAVINE $675,000
Poetic adobe handcrafted home that is a fusion of craftsman/
Asian/southwest design, includes a studio, office/guest house
and heated garage perched above the Lower La Cienega Val-
ley on almost 4 fenced, well watered acres. MLS# 201202750
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505.670.2262
kent.jones@sothebyshomes.com
EldoradoAreaRealEstate.com
46 CERRO BLANCO ROAD
$579,000
Built by Pat D'Angelico in 2005 on
4.023 acres in Spirit Wind Ranch,
this beautiful home features his
extensive hand-troweled plaster
walls, ceilings and arches. Stainless
steel appliances. Large landscaped
courtyard and portal with kiva
fireplace. 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths,
2,596 sq ft. Just minutes from
shopping in Eldorado. #201203058
96 HERRADA ROAD $435,000
You'll fall in love with this custom home
built in 2004 by Tierra de Zia in Eldorado.
Vigas and split cedar latillas or planks
throughout. Italian floor tile throughout.
Granite and travertine tile finishes. Stain-
less steel appliances. 3 kiva fireplaces.
Two bedrooms
plus home ofce,
two baths, 3-car
garage and fenced
RV space.
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We are Local Experts with a Global Reach
Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Sotheby’s International Realty® is a registered trademark.
www.sothebyshomes.com/santafe 231 Washington Avenue • 505.988.8088
SCOTTIES WAY, LOT 2 $29,000
Beautiful and buildable land overlooking the pastoral and peaceful
Village of Pecos, as well as the Santa Fe Mountains and Glorieta
Mesa. This subdivision is gated with road access and fencing
already in place, as well as utilities near the lot line. Each lot has
uncompromised views, trees and grassland. MLS# 807235
SANTA FE CANYON RANCH $4,900,000
LA BAJADA RANCH $1,150,000
Santa Fe Canyon Ranch, approximately 12 miles southwest, and 15 minutes
from downtown Santa Fe, and has its own private freeway overpass from
I-25 as its access. Originally intended and County approved as a residential
development, with six deeded parcels of about 140 acres each, for a total
of 845.8 unrestricted acres. Features views of the Sangre de Cristo and
Jemez Mountains, the Santa Fe River canyon, and the Cerrillos Hills.
MLS# 201202366
MLS# 201202354
JUDD RANCH $929,700
Surrounded by lush, rolling meadows, Judd Ranch is ideal for those looking for a true elk, deer and
fowl hunting haven or just a gentlemen’s ranch complete with grazing pastures, fencing, water
sources and infrastructure already installed throughout for cattle or horses. The land is covered
with pinon, ponderosas and cedars which provide breathtaking backdrop views for the pink and
white sandstone Zuni canyon valleys. MLS# 201202352
603-C ABEYTA STREET $349,900
Stunning Eastside Adobe! One bedroom, one bath with big, pri-
vate backyard, kiva fireplace, two off-street parking spaces within
walking distance to much desired Canyon Road and Acequia
Madre. Bright living spaces. MLS# 201102742
1031 DON DIEGO AVENUE $585,000
Spectacular 2,140 sq ft South Capital home with a 2-car garage.
Classic Territorial-style architectural elements and modern func-
tionality. Several outdoor entertaining spaces, updated kitchen.
A 600 sq ft basement consists of a third bedroomand a separate
laundry and utility area. MLS# 201203088
2 RUBY ROAD $750,000
Located in the farming community of Monticello, this sweet 40 acre compound surrounded by the
San Mateo Mountains includes 8,675 sq ft of finished improvements consisting of a custom home
attached to a 2,500 sq ft sunroom with oversized Endless Pool, a separate large studio, as well as
two guest houses, one with a sauna. MLS# 201202068
29 Acre Feet of Water Rights Available
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By Paul Weideman
Tis alternative building method seems just too simple.
A worker digs soil using a Bobcat loader and dumps it
into a trailer-mounted Earth Press machine. Each minute,
four or fve blocks of compressed earth pop out. A roller
conveyer takes them right to the spot where workers are
stacking them to build a wall.
In June, architect and contractor Ed Boniface, Boniface
+ Associates, marveled at the process as a ranch house he
designed went up near Puerto de Luna, about 15 miles
south of Santa Rosa.
Neither rebar nor mortar was necessary. “When the earth
is compressed with the hydraulic press in the machine, the
moisture on the surface facilitates adherance,” he said. “Tis
thing puts out 2,400 blocks in a day. Tese guys are laying
up walls as fast as they can. It’s absolutely stunning.
“I was terrifed at frst at this idea of just stacking stuf
up, but I contacted the State Construction Industries Divi-
sion and the more research I did, the better it all looked.”
Te walls are now complete and Boniface’s crew is at
work on all of the other elements of the 5,300-square-foot
ranch house for the clients from Germany. Te owner is
Michael Behrens, a physicist and businessman who did
research and discovered the technology of compressed-
earth blocks, or CEBs. Te company that produces the
Earth Press machines is Adobe International Inc., located
in Milan, west of Albuquerque.
Te CEBs are very dense, and heavier than adobe.
“People talk about adobe as being very environmentally
friendly, green, but you have to get the right mix, mix it
up, then there’s the backbreaking labor of setting it in the
wooden molds on the ground, then fipping the bricks,
then turning them on edge, then you have to pile them on
palettes and drive them to the job site.
“Also, with adobe you’re limited in how many courses
you can do in a day, because the weight can squish out
mortar and you need to let it dry.”
Te Earth Press machine delivers the blocks — each one
8 x 12 x 4 inches — near the wall being built, and you can
move the machine to follow the wallmaking process. Te
exterior walls for the ranch house are 20 inches thick and
the interior walls are 12 inches.
In the typical CEB building, once the the walls are
complete, a steel-reinforced concrete bond beam is poured
around the wall tops to add strength and anchor the roof
structure. Channels for wiring and plumbing are cut into
the walls, then nylon or wire mesh is nailed onto the walls
prior to stuccoing outside and plastering inside.
Like adobe bricks, compressed-earth blocks provide
great thermal mass but little insulation value. “CID requires
that we add insulation and we’ll do sprayed-foam insula-
tion on the exterior,” Boniface said. “One thing that makes
me sleep better is that when you spray foam, it also helps to
tie the wall together, plus it tightens up the house. Tis will
be pretty air-tight.”
CEBs ofers building-design possibilities similar to what
you have working with adobe. And of course both strate-
gies use earth as the raw material. “Te head guy in the
Native American crew for the ranch house project looked
around and about 20 feet away from the house site, he said,
‘Tis dirt will be fne.’ I had this vision that we would have
to mix diferent kinds of earth, but that was it.”
Henry Elkins, founder of Adobe International, said his
company has worked in Africa and South America, as well
as in the United States, and the local dirt has always been
adequate. “It requires a good clay content and about 10
percent moisture,” he said. “When the dirt is frst dug, a lot
of times it’s pretty close to what we need. If it’s a little dry,
we’ll sprinkle the dirt with water.”
Adobe International was established in 1980. Its resumé
includes a sale of 10 Earth Press machines to the govern-
ment of Panama for afordable housing. People in Zacate-
cas, Mexico, built 500 homes over four years, using four of
the machines. And in Mali, Adobe International machines
are being used to build schoolhouses.
Boniface is already
planning a second CEB
project: a home in Tesuque.
If, in the future, he were
to decide to be “Mr. CEB”
in his work as a contrac-
tor, he will have to decide
which of the three Earth
Press models to purchase.
Tey’re priced between
$25,000 and $50,000 — the
top-of-the-line machine
puts out 10 blocks per min-
ute. Purchasing an Earth
Press sounded like a good idea to the new owners of Creek
Ranch on the Pecos River. Tat way, anytime they want
to add an outbuilding, they can just get a three-man crew
together and fre it up.
For Boniface, the best part of the Creek Ranch project
came afer the walls had all been raised. “Te Germans had
a richtfest on June 30. In Germany, the entire community
shows up when the last beam is in place and they tack an
evergreen on top and they have a richtfest with food and
drink and the architect is supposed to talk, thanking the
owner for providing work for him and all the workers, and
thanking the workers for what they have done.
“It was so much fun. Tere were probably 150 people
there sharing in this almost religious experience. We’re so
used to slamming houses up and moving on, but this was
all about family and community.”
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‘Stunning’ earth block technology employed
Architect/contractor Ed Boniface
used a Milan, NM-manufactured
Earth Press machine to rapidly
build the walls of this ranch
house near Puerto de Luna
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505.982.9836 | 1.800.586-1032 | 530 S. Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
BarkerRealtySF.com
94 Cloudstone Drive
28 S Double Arrow
Pricedat1,295,000
Pricedat1,150,000
Mobile: (505) 204.2491
Fax: (505) 455.8757
Email: stephanieduransf@gmail.com
Stephanie Duran
Breathtaking, panoramic views surround
this passive solar adobe home on 5 acres.
Withthe feel of a private compound, only
10 minutes from the Plaza and perched
above Santa Fe, this 3 bedroom/2 bath
3500 sq. ft. home with studio is artistic,
romantic and has that Old World charm.
On 10 acres and just minutes to
downtown, this elegant 3000sq. ft. home
with 1350 sq. ft. studio has beautiful
architectural elements, Venetian plaster,
Italian Ceramic tiled
foors, radiant heat,
Rastra construction,
a fabulous Santa Fe
country kitchen and
a view that takes
your breath away.
Built in 2010.
MLS# 201202537
MLS# 201202862
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Recent Home & Land Sales
Sales data for the period
June 19-July 18 from Santa
Fe Association of Realtors
MLS reports. Not all sales
are reported.
Homes
$200,000
$254,000
$265,000
$325,000
$359,500
$360,000
$430,000
$435,000
$435,000
$587,000
$828,427
$839,500
$1,190,000
$1,300,000
$1,625,000
Land
$105,000
$400,000
$400,000
Homes
$100,000
$212,500
$224,900
$265,000
$270,000
$290,000
$429,000
$430,000
$455,000
$463,000
$505,000
$589,000
$600,000
$618,583
$802,000
$865,000
$950,000
$1,165,000
$1,695,000
Land
(None)
Homes
$160,000
$212,700
$239,000
$245,000
$254,300
$273,000
$345,000
$348,080
$410,000
$426,000
$451,500
$535,000
$540,000
$740,000
$750,000
$878,750
$2,085,000
Land
(None)
Homes
$85,500
$118,000
$120,000
$124,000
$127,500
$129,000
$139,900
$149,000
$155,000
$166,500
$170,000
$173,000
$178,000
$179,500
$188,000
$190,000
$191,000
$200,000
$223,000
$227,000
$228,000
$235,000
$240,000
$249,000
$260,000
$282,000
$300,000
$315,000
$325,000
$351,025
$357,900
Land
$93,500
county
Homes
$96,500
$180,000
$300,000
$378,500
$453,000
Land
$264,000
Homes
$89,000
$140,000
$165,000
$175,000
$183,000
$185,000
$199,466
$217,900
$252,800
$253,929
$295,000
$302,500
$328,000
$330,000
$400,000
$600,000
Land
$60,000
$225,000 Homes
$140,325
$181,000
$249,900
$285,500
$294,000
$300,000
$334,000
$334,900
$335,000
$355,000
$366,500
$375,000
$384,000
Land
(None)
Homes
$479,900
$495,000
$584,825
$690,000
$725,000
$750,000
$825,000
$950,000
$995,000
$1,025,000
$1,730,000
$2,719,142
Land
(None)
Homes
$189,000
$250,000
$435,000
$476,000
$515,000
$535,000
$550,000
$559,000
$1,200,000
$1,250,000
$1,950,000
Land
$30,000
$30,000
$47,000
$47,000
$47,000
$47,000
$76,000
$120,000
$124,000
By Paul Weideman
athematics is like spinach. Even if you don’t love it,
it’s good for you. Math helped Karen Klavuhn win
a $1,300 Honorable Mention award in the 2012 National
Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) and GE Appliances
Charette Competition.
Klavuhn participated in the charette at Santa Fe Com-
munity College, where she is pursuing an associate degree
in interior design, and a kitchen and bath certifcate. She
learned about this competition from Joanne Burns, her
instructor.
Burns, who earned her degree in interior design at
Michigan State University, teaches beginning and advanced
kitchen and bath classes at SFCC. She also takes students
on a feld trip to the annual Kitchen and Bath Industry
Show, most recently held in Chicago. Tere they view some
600 vendors of kitchen and bath products and learn about
the newest choices in cabinets, countertops, plumbing
fxtures, and appliances.
“Tis charette competition simulates the students’ CKD
[certifed kitchen designer] exams,” Burns said. “Te stu-
dents are given three hours. It’s all hand-drafing. Tey’re
given a choice of two appliance packages, a profle of the
client [in this case a married couple with a 14-year-old
daughter], and the foor space with windows and doors.
Tey have to design a kitchen that would meet their needs.”
More than 390 students from 31 colleges around the U.S.
participated in the charette. Klavuhn and two other SFCC
students — Ambree Krueger and Kerry McDonald — were
among the 81 fnalists, each of whom received a $50 award.
Klavuhn was one of fve Honorable Mention winners in
America. She is attending the community college following
a career as a math and science teacher. So how did math
help her in the design charette, exactly?
“Well, they give you the basic outline of the room and
you have to do all the square-foot measurements, then you
have to fgure out the dimensions and placement of the
cabinets and refrigerator and everything else,” she said.
Interior design will be a second career.
“I’ve always sort of done this on my own, transforming
spaces in remodels for myself and for others. It’s time to get
paid for it, I guess.”
SFCCstudent wins kitchen design award
Karen Klavuhn’s hand-drawn kitchen layout and site plan, provided by the National Kitchen and Bath Association
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When national mortgage companies
are placing television ads on every chan-
nel and in every timeslot, even during
Sponge Bob Squarepants, you can tell that
the lending industry is experiencing some
tough competition. Most of these compa-
nies promise easy, hassle-free transactions
that save you money. Sounds great, right?
But does it really work that way? From
our experience as Realtors, there are some
things you need to know about online and
out-of-state lenders.
Santa Fe is unlike anywhere else and
none of us would want it any other way.
When choosing a mortgage broker,
choose a Local. Tey are one of us and
understand life in the City Diferent. Tey
can be independent brokers or work for a
national bank; just make sure their boots
are on the ground here in Santa Fe. Te
smoothest transactions happen when you
can talk to your lender across a desk, not
across the continent. As for saving money,
we have seen many buyers pay more for
closing costs than they would have if they
stayed with a local lender.
What makes our city diferent? Well for
a start, we have million-dollar homes of
dirt roads and mobile homes that sell for
almost $200,000. You just don’t fnd that
in New Jersey. We have seen out-of-state
lenders question appraisals and hold up
transactions even on the day of closing.
Worse, we had a Nevada lender hold a
transaction up for weeks and then bail
out because they determined the risk was
too high. Tings can get tied up with a
local lender too, but the real bugaboo is
that when things start getting tough, your
out-of-state lender can’t be reached on
the phone. Tey don’t return your calls
and they just can’t be found. Tat’s when
tempers start to fare and everyone goes
crazy.
New Mexico is known as a “wet state”
and what that means in this: local lenders
must table fund. In other words, the mon-
ey must be at the title company before a
closing can occur. But this requirement
does not extend to those lenders coming
in from out of state. Buyers must sign
an afdavit stating that they are closing
without the lender’s funds. So everyone is
lef wondering when will the money get
here? We have witnessed a transaction
with a lender out of California. All parties
closed as scheduled and the paperwork
was faxed to the lender and we waited.
And we waited and waited and waited.
Te transaction took almost two weeks to
fund! Since a buyer usually cannot move
into the house until it funds, guess who’s
putting their belongings in storage and
checking into the motel? And what of the
seller who has already moved out and
is ready to move on? Te limbo created
by lenders at this time creates hardship,
stress, worry, and possible litigation that
could all possibly have been avoided if a
local lender were on the job.
So if you’re working with an out-of-
state lender, it may be time to say “Bueno
Bye” and call a broker in town. Local
lenders earn our respect because they
return their phone calls, they roll up their
sleeves in the eleventh hour and most
importantly, they are a part of the fabric
of our great community. Out-of-state
lenders see you as a number on a fle and
you can’t just walk over to their ofce
and get some answers. We would rather
see our lender at a soccer game than on a
television commercial. Hopefully, you will
too. So go local, not loco!
Roger Carson and Melissa Pippin Car-
son are Realtors Carson & Carson at Keller
Williams. Call them at 505-699-3112
or email them at twicethesellingpower@
gmail.com.
SpousessellingHouses
Go local, not loco
MELISSA PIPPIN- CARSON
ROGER CARSON
Te kitchen, ofen referred to as the
heart of the home, is a place to prepare
and cook food and, depending on the
size, can be used to entertain guests and
to eat. Everyone has his or her own idea of
the perfect kitchen. In the kitchen we not
only prepare and consume food, we watch
television, use computers, spend free
time, get creative, and enjoy family and
friends. Kitchens have evolved over time
and now must accommodate interpreting
these new habits. Te design response to
the individual and changing needs drives
the design of the kitchen.
In the homes of ancient Greece, this
room was a central open-air patio; it was
not until around 1800 that the stove,
enclosing fre completely, made cooking
indoors possible. As technology advances,
so do kitchens’ design and efciency. Te
introduction of the kitchen island has lent
more fexibility to the positioning of the
kitchen cabinets and the kitchen sink, and
helped make open-plan kitchens and din-
ing rooms a reality.
Walls that once separated the kitchen
from the rest of the house are coming
down! Open-concept kitchens are bigger
than ever. Kitchens are projecting into
great rooms where we spend our time.
Appliances are smarter and more versatile
than ever. Some appliances that I have
utilized in my designs lately have been
refrigerator and freezer modules from
Termador, refrigeration drawers and
microwave drawers that ft under the
counter, very convenient!
Cabinetry is morphing as well as the
appliances, becoming more aesthetically
pleasing than ever before, not to mention
the storage and organizational capacity
with more emphasis on horizontal space
with drawers that glide smoothly open
and close sofly.
It doesn’t end there… new materials for
countertops, backsplashes and foors are
infuencing expressive kitchens. Appar-
ently the consumer of today is breaking
out of the box as well, and manufacturers
of all things kitchen are working to fll
this demand. Just wait to see the White
Ice appliances from Whirlpool coming
soon…
“Always remember: If you’re alone in
the kitchen and you drop the lamb, you
can always just pick it up. Who’s going to
know?” — Julia Child
Lisa Samuel ASID, IIDA is a Santa Fe
native and is owner/president of Samuel
Design Group, located in the Railyard
Artyard lofs. She is an award-winning
interior designer (licensed interior designer
#313), a lighting designer, and furniture
designer.
ArtfullivingByDesign
Kitchens… breaking out of the box!
LISA SAMUEL
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Infnite Ambitions, 3198 Calle Nueva
Vista. $185,000.
— 3240 Calle Nueva Vista. $205,000.
— 3248 Calle Nueva Vista. $195,000.
— 3288 Calle Nueva Vista. $189,000.
— 3300 Calle Nueva Vista. $185,000.
Mike Schriber, 301 Rodriguez St.
$125,000.
Melissa Adair, 1408 Agua Fria St.
$216,500.
Ernest Schmider Trust, 617 Garcia St.
$550,000.
Homewise Inc., 704 Luna Vista.
$237,000.
— 708 Luna Vista. $237,000.
— 7204 Rio del Luna. $185,000.
— 1651 Placita de Luna. $176,000.
— 4449 Contenta Ridge. $124,000.
SBS LLC, 1554 Kokosori Ln. $213,457.
E Alameda LLC, 1139 E. Alameda St.
$600,000.
— 1141 E. Alameda St. $200,000.
Pulte Dev’t of NM, 3816 Montana Verde
Rd. $219,158.
— 4208 Luz de Estrella. $118,176.
Leah Miller, 111 E. Barcelona Rd.
$160,000.
Gardner & Associates, 41 Bosquecillo.
$73,278.
— 44 Bosquecillo. $87,819.
— 33 Canto del Pajaro. $102,119.
RCS-TT South LLC, 4 Sky Ridge Dr.
$70,000.
— 8 Sky Ridge Dr. $70,000.
Kevin Barrows, 17 Cam. Torcido.
$110,000.
Univest-Rancho Viejo, 9 Cibolita Pk.
$250,000.
Marti Mitchell, 57B Dos Lobos Lp.
$165,000.
Floyd Marquez, 9 Callejon Alegre.
$313,000.
Andrew Geer, 3 Dilia Ln. $350,000.
John Sena, 132A Cities of Gold Rd.
$212,000.
Philip Krenc, 73C Paseo del Conejo.
$300,000.
E.J. Jennings, 20 Cam. San Luca.
$200,000
Building permits
SANTA FE COUNTY building permits
issued from mid-June to mid-July includ-
ed the following:
Building permits issued by the CITY OF
SANTA FE during the month of June
included the following:
218 Camino La Tierra Santa Fe, NM
505.988.2428
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Craig Huitfeldt, QB
Michaelann Huitfeldt
John Arnold
Jan Kapustinsky
Nancy Lehrer
John Scott
Bob Sherwin
Jack Welch
Stephanie Yoder
Luxury in the high desert.
Located in the heart of Las Campanas,
selling all of Santa Fe.
bell tower properties,llc.
(on the way to Las Campanas)
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Active residential listings by dollar volume as of 7/18/2012. Obtained
from the Santa Fe Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service.
Deemed reliable but not guaranteed and subject to change.
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54% Monte Sereno
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Photographs by Jane Phillips/The New Mexican unless otherwise noted
A stunner on the Eastside
By Paul Weideman
Tis beautiful house on Santa Fe’s historic Eastside is nestled in a garden glory, the
many species of plants nourished by water from the Acequia Madre and from a well on the
property. Mature trees ofer sanctuaries of shade, and many also provide a bounty of fruit
— there are at least four varieties of pear trees as well as apple, plum, quince, and apricot.
Architect/builder Kate Chapman bought this lot from Mrs. J.P. Victory in the mid-1920s
and built what originally was a one-bedroom house. In 1936 Dr. Victor Berchtold bought
the house; when he died in 1997, the current owners bought it from his widow.
Tere were substantial additions in 1950 and 1998, the latter done in consultation with
architect David Gibbons and builder Fritz Staver. Today the home is 3,808 square feet with
four bedrooms and fve bathrooms.
Te interior of the Spanish-Pueblo Revival home boasts brick and wood foors and hard-
troweled plaster walls. Te house is heated by an in-foor radiant system; the controls, and
the furnace, are in a small basement.
Te charming living room (which was the bedroom in the original house) has a planks-
on-vigas ceiling, a classic-design freplace, and distinctive folding shutters with herring-
bone-carved panels below and, above, glass-light panels in a variety of shapes.
Equipment in the kitchen includes a 6-burner Garland cooktop/oven, and a host of
white-painted wood cabinets lends a comfortable feeling of country simplicity. A big island
holds double stainless-steel sinks and a wood worktop.
One of the many special features in the house at 350 Delgado Street is a little, painted
window illuminated by a light within. Te painting is attributed to Willard Clark, who was
Berchtold’s brother-in-law. Te window used to be from the bathroom opening onto a por-
tal that was later enclosed. Another artist’s touch is visible in the master bedroom. Tere,
the kiva freplace overmantle bears a fresco by Olive Rush.
A door leading out to a leafy portal has a singular pointed top — a Kate Chapman trade-
mark — and this one has, in place of a postigo (speakeasy), a cluster of circular cutouts for
peeks without/within.
In the master bathroom is a splendid, deep bathtub; an alacena (inset wall cupboard) for
storage, two basins set in a slab of dark-green marble, and a kiva freplace.
Te three other bedrooms are all en suite. “Tis is very special, with an amazing location
and a big lot [almost 0.8 acres],” said Realtor K.C. Martin. “You rarely see a four-bedroom
house in this area and the fact that the owners did bathrooms of of every bedroom is
wonderful. It’s a real family home.”
A large portal is just outside French doors from the kitchen and dining room. Beyond
the brick-paved portal is a luxurious lawn area bordered by expertly tended plants. Flag-
stone walkways here and in the other landscaped areas around the house meander among
plantings of Clematis, iris, roses, hollyhocks, purple conefowers, larkspur, Japanese tree
peonies, and chest-high, purple-fowered Nepeta sibirica. Tere’s also a tomato patch and
two work sheds.
Te Delgado Street property is zoned RC8 (Residential Compound District). Martin,
with Sotheby’s International Realty, has it listed for $2,425,000.
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Warm Contemporary
Classic &sophisticated, this Hurlocker masterpiece was built to capture
sweeping western views. Custom window wall opens to a deep portal
bringing the outdoors in plus a 3-car heated garage. MLS #201002989
6 South Stargazer $1,127,000
Las Campanas Golf Course View Lot
Las Campanas - This Las Campanas lot overlooks the 17th fairway of
the Sunset Golf Course. It has spectacular 360° mountain views. This
is a very buildable 1.6-acre lot.. MLS #706056
5 Calle Arbusto, Lot #23 $150,000
1.5 Spectacular Secluded Acres
Located in the prestigious original Cash Ranch. This 41.5 acre lot has
morethan12buildablesites for your home. Mountainviews fromalmost
every location the best of the wild west. MLS #800753
21 Allucia Lane $175,000
Historic Frank Applegate Estate
Located in the heart of the Eastside. With a total of 10,019 sq.ft on
1.74 lushly landscaped acres with water rights, 6 bedrooms, 7 baths
and detached fully appointed guest house. MLS #807961
831 El Caminito $3,950,000
Eastside Museum District
Close tothe Plaza. This two-storypueblohome enjoys sunset views from
the covered portal and landscaped courtyards. Fully-appointed guest
casita. Elevator, fve kivas and more! MLS #201104383
504 E. Barcelona $795,000
Eastside Museum District
View the Beautiful Sculpture Park
This 5,000+/- sq. ft. gallery building has high ceilings, roll-up delivery
door, ample parking and easy access from Bishops Lodge Road. In the
heart of the Tesuque art enclave with a shared well on 1.18 acres. MLS
#201200513
1508 ABishops Lodge $1,200,000
An Oasis Through Old Mexican Gates
Sited to capture extraordinary views of the East mountains.
Formal and informal living spaces open to the deep covered portal
designed for entertaining. Custom built with many amenities. MLS
#201202717
113 Paseo Del Conejo $1,295,000
Just off the Turquoise Trail
Rural lifestyle and great views make the home feel like a destination
resort. Fully remodeled, walled and landscaped courtyard. Explore
your creativity in the 1200 sq. ft. detached studio. MLS #902017
8 Don Jose Loop $560,000
Casas de San Juan Sanctuary
Santa Fe style, views and adobe are at their best in this stunning home.
Includes fagstone foors, plaster walls, vigas, custom freplaces and a
fully appointed guest house. MLS #201202960
9 Camino Del Alba $1,550,000
Historic Witter Bynner Estate
Privately sited on an acre, approximately 8600 sq.ft. and built during
the turn of the century, this romantic property is set behind adobe walls
with terraced rock and mature landscaping. Presently functioning as
the Inn of the Turquoise Bear. MLS #201203211
342 East Buena Vista Street $2,450,000
Arroyo Hondo Gracious Country Estate
This 5100+ sq.ft. estate includes a swimming pool, lush landscaping,
organic garden, orchard, water elements, 5 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms,
a 6-stall horse facility and smashing views! MLS #201202604
9 B Media Luna $1,925,000
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Adobe Oasis Compound
This adobe home and guest home are on a quiet north side close-in
cul-de-sac on 1.3 acres with lots of privacy. Private guest entrance,
protected gardens, patio & water capture system. MLS #201103721
388 Calle Loma Norte $748,000
113 Paseo Del Conejo $1,295,000
Adobe Oasis Compound Enjoy Santa Fe Lifestyle
Sunset and mountain views from the ample covered portal and great
room. Vigas, kiva freplaces and an outdoor kitchen all on a 2.6 acre
corner lot. 3 bedroom & 2 bathrooms, 2431 sq.ft. MLS #201201716
3 Cloud March East $575,000
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• New remodel by renowned international architect
• Modern interiors, guesthouse, detached offce, pool, cabana
• Panoramic 360º mountain views, private well, landscaping
• On 3 acres just 1 mile from Canyon Road
• 5 br, 4 ba, 5200 sq.ft., 3.25 acres
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960 OLD SANTA FE TRAIL
• Aclassic and gracious home plus detached guest casita
• Across fromAmelia White Park in the museum district
• Generously scaled foorplan provides a canvas for collections
• Expansive great room lends itself to a variety of future uses
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7 STORMVIEW LANE
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$1,595,000 Val Brier 505.690.0553
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916 OLD SANTA FE TRAIL
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6 SILVER MESA COURT
• Uniquely sited on 2.9 acres in the heart of Las Campanas
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49 HONEYSUCKLE
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Thinking Like Water | Ed Crocker
Moisture problems originating below the surface and
affecting the base of walls are among the most common problems we encounter
in Santa Fe homes. Even in newer homes, waterproofng materials may have been
applied incorrectly or missing altogether.
Adding to the dangers is that as years of dirt and debris gather at wall bases, the
grade around buildings gradually changes. Instead of water draining away, buildings
are left in a crater, surrounded by a moat.
Some of the more popular “high-tech” solutions we have developed for retarding
the fow of moisture into wall bases rely upon a variety of synthetic materials known
generically as “geo-drains.” When used correctly, these porous fabrics are used to
trap water and carry it away. There is no limit to how these materials can be used;
it only takes thinking like water to concoct them.
For example, in the shallow, tight soils typical of canyon areas around Santa Fe,
moisture is retained almost indefnitely, and a system must be designed to carry
the water offsite. A 16” deep trench is dug along the base of the wall; geodrain
material is laid facing away from the wall, with its edge inserted into a continuously
slotted 4” PVC pipe. Trapped water drains into the pipe, which is sloped to drain
to daylight or into a deep, gravel-flled drywell. Key to this system is positive site
drainage, meaning that the trench is backflled and compacted with clean, screened
earth sloping away from the walls.
This is just one example of the many different systems we have designed—each
unique to the site’s particular conditions. In each case, common and inexpensive
materials were manipulated to accommodate specifc problems. n
Is MoIsture InvadIng Your HoMe?
THE WARNING SIGNS
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n Musty smell
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paint or stucco
n White deposits on surfaces
(efforescence)
n Crusty, powdery, chipping
concrete or masonry
n Separation of plaster from walls
n Evidence of wood rot or decay
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Summer in Santa Fe is a time for
indulging the senses. Te town is infused
in culinary aromatherapy fowing out
from area cafes, while traveling musicians
master their chords and crowds in the
Plaza under starry nights. Stroll down-
town and see hanging baskets heavy laden
with perfect petunias, window boxes at
the Inn of the Governor’s overfowing
with sweet alyssum and zinnias — even
Paseo de Peralta’s median strips are flled
with grasses, penstemons and California
poppies. It’s almost sensory overload, but
if you’re like actress, gardener and local
resident Ali MacGraw, a woman who lives
for fowers, this is the time of year to catch
gardens at their best.
But what if you are a frustrated garden-
er, the kind who lacks the space, time or
proper soil conditions to plant your own
fower bed? Te view can seem punishing,
but, fortunately, there is an option that
allows everybody to enjoy a blooming
atmosphere despite the size of the space.
Container gardens are a great alterna-
tive that can actually save you money if
you do them right. Downsizing is the
norm today, as is a concern to save water.
Container gardens can help and if you
chose xeric plants, they can ofen become
self-sufcient. Types of containers run
the gamut, from terra cotta and resin to
coconut-lined iron baskets and imported
porcelain pots. You can really use any-
thing, as long as there is proper drainage
and room for the plant to grow.
So what types of fowers do you want to
see popping up from your pot? While we
are well into the summer, it’s certainly not
over, with many varieties getting ready to
bloom late into the season, some lasting
up to that frst frost and beyond. Annu-
als, or fowers that grow for just a season,
are a popular choice for high impact
and quick growth. Impatiens, petunias,
geraniums, lobelia, sweet potato vine and
ornamental grasses make beautiful dis-
plays, but at the end of the summer, they
are gone for good.
Perennials (plants lasting more than
two years), are the choice if you want
them to come back. While the bloom
time may be limited, combining diferent
varieties will create a continual growth
experience. Anything from agapanthus to
roses and lilies can be planted. Te more
creative, the better.
Living in the high desert, drought-
resistant (xeric) plants are an option, and
one that is both eco-friendly and sea-
sonally repetitive if chosen and planted
correctly. Xeric plants are the number-one
choice for those wishing to recreate the
landscape. Some gardeners may think
they are boring, but MacGraw is not one
of them.
“Tere is real beauty in our landscape
and I fnd so many varieties of fowers
that stay in that realm as opposed to not,”
shares MacGraw.
An avid gardener for over 20 years,
she and her garden guru, Darlene Deale,
have fun coming up with fower combi-
nations to fll her 60-plus Mexican-style
pots. While she’s sentimental about some
plants she grew up with in New England,
MacGraw says authenticity is important.
Her favorites include blue fax, Mexican
paintbrush, asters, and wild sunfowers.
No matter what you fll your containers
with, creativity, sustainability and love are
key to having a successful blooming sea-
son. As MacGraw says, beauty in contain-
ers can be just as lovely as any sprawling
garden.
Carole has been in the foriculture
industry for over 23 years, from wholesale
and retail sales to public outreach and
events planning. She is a Master Gardener
and is an advocate, lecturer and supporter
of New Mexico’s sustainable, local fower
farms. As the owner of the award-winning
“A Garden of Earthly Delights” foral
design studio, she has two locations: Santa
Fe and Baltimore, MD.
SantaFeinBloom
Containing beauty
CAROLE LANGRALL
Te past can determine your future
Generally, a person thinks of insurance
in terms of the payment of future loss due
to the occurrence of some future event.
For instance, a party obtains automobile
insurance in order to pay for future loss
occasioned by a future “fender bender”
or for the future thef of the car. Title
insurance is a unique form of insurance.
It provides coverage for future claims or
future losses due to title defects which are
created by some past event (that is, prior
to the acquisition of the property.)
Will You Get Clear Title?
It is of utmost importance that you
receive clear title to the property when
you purchase real estate. Title insurance
provides you with a twofold protection.
How Do You Find Out What Claims
Exist?
In order to determine the status of title,
Southwestern Title conducts a diligent
search of the public records for those doc-
uments associated with the property. Te
company then examines those recorded
documents in order to determine if there
are any rights or claims that may have
an impact upon the title to the property.
Tese recorded defects, liens and encum-
brances are reported to you prior to your
purchase of the property.
Once reported, these matters can be ac-
cepted, resolved or extinguished prior to
the closing of the transaction. In addition,
you are protected against any loss or dam-
age resulting from recorded defects, liens
or encumbrances upon the title that are
unreported to you and which are within
the scope of coverage of the particular
policy issued in the transaction. Tis is
the frst beneft you receive from title
insurance.
What About Undiscovered Claims?
Te title to the property that you have
purchased could be seriously threatened
or lost completely by hazards which are
considered “hidden risks.” “Hidden Risks”
are those matters, rights or claims that
are not shown by the public records and,
therefore, are not discoverable by a search
and examination of those public records.
Matters such as forgery, incompetency
or incapacity of the parties, fraudulent
impersonation, and unknown errors in
the records are examples of “hidden risks”
that could provide a basis for a claim
afer you have purchased the property. In
order to protect you against this possibil-
ity, Southwestern Title provides insur-
ance coverage for such claims. Tis is
the second beneft you receive from title
insurance.
How Does a Title Insurance Policy
Protect Against All Tese Claims?
If a claim is made against your insured
title, the issuing title-insurance company
protects you by (1) defending your title,
if necessary; and (2) bearing the cost of
settling the case, if it proves valid.
Only One Premium
Unlike other forms of insurance, the
original premium is your only cost as long
as you or your heirs own the property.
Tere are no annual payments to keep
your owner’s title insurance policy in
force.
Otis Phillips is marketing director with
Southwestern Title and Escrow. He has
been in the title business since 1978 and
has served both in the independent title
agency, direct ofce, and underwriter
arena in 14 states. otisp@sfitles.com or
505.946.2995.
TitleNews
The past can determine your future
OTIS PHILLIPS
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JANICE COX
505.920.4774
janice.cox@sothebyshomes.com
9-B PASEO DEL PAJARO
$747,500
NW home featuring Sangre de
Cristo views for enjoying sum-
mer in true Santa Fe style. Deep
portales and outdoor fireplaces
expand living and entertaining
areas. Oversized kitchen, well
appointed dining area, and great
room with bar and wine fridge.
Hardwood floors, oversized mas-
ter with gas fireplace, private
patio, and a huge walk-in closet.
3-car garage! #201202301
6 PASEO DEL ANTILOPE
$695,000
Enjoy spectacular sunset views reminis-
cent of the Old West on your very own
Santa Fe portal! Designed for entertain-
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plan with gorgeous, low-maintenance
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acres. #201202713
40 W. Estrada Calabasa • #201200497 • $1,950,000
Custom home and caretaker house on 82 acres. Barn, arena, plus glorious views!
9 La Vega • #201200656 • $1,795,000
300 year old territorial style compound in Galisteo. On 8 acres with water rights & pond!
89 NE Paseo Encantado • #201202491 • $895,000 *seller is NMREB
5+ acre, pueblo style home in Tesuque. Views, stunning kitchen, 15 minutes north of plaza!
Museum Hill area • “On waiver” • $850,000
Terrifc eastside location on 2.5 acres. 4 Bed/4 bath + game room or studio /ofce.
235 Valle Del Sol • #201202921 • $549,000
½ mile to the plaza! Great 2nd home, 3 Bed/2 Bath, 2 car garage + AC. Priced to sell!
124 Old Dinosaur Trail • #201202526 • $480,000
2.5 acre horse property near I-25. Spacious 2800 sq. ft. pueblo style home. Short sale.
2501 W. Zia Rd. #8-203 • #201105505 • $120,000
2 Bed/2 Bath deluxe condo at Zia Vista. Amenities include – pool, gym & club area
159 Calle Ojo Feliz, #T – condo • #201105028 • $98,500 – short sale
2 Waldo Mesa • #201200394 • $50,000
1.9 acre lot in the colorful town of Madrid, just 25 minutes south of Santa Fe.
1118 Deer Canyon • #201105583 • $75,000 *seller is NMREB
25 acre homesite in Deer Canyon Preserve. Located in Mountainair, south of Albuquerque.
Maria Borden Lori Lanier Charlie Probert
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THE FLANCE COMPANY
Stephen R. Flance
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expect more.
505.989. 7741 • 433 WEST SAN FRANCI SCO STREET SANTA FE, NM 87501
VIA DE ZORRITOS, TESUQUE. The natural beauty surrounding this stunning compound, situated on 50+ acres adjacent to the Santa Fe National Forest, is unrivaled.
Lined with gorgeous rock retaining walls, the paved driveway winds past the stable, tennis court and riding arena into the bricked motor court, shared by both the
main house and guest house. A flagstone walkway leading to the formal entrance of the main house offers undisturbed views of the national forest rising to the ski
basin on one side and xeriscaped gardens on the other. The entrance from the motor court and two-car garage is up a staircase through an enchanting, European
inspired, stone-lined vestibule with a state-of-the-art mechanical room and refrigerated wine cellar. The supremely outfitted kitchen is designed for simplicity and ease
of use and opens onto a family dining area, family room, and a separate formal dining room. Handmade chandeliers, Spanish Colonial doors, antique beams, custom
plaster work and lighted nichos are a few of the details that make every room warm and inviting. Stunning Eastern views from the master bedroom are matched by
beautiful Southern views from the oval, freestanding stone bathtub in the master bathroom. Two additional bedrooms share a private sitting area and bathroom making
perfect family quarters or a complete suite for a parent. 360º views make every room a delightful encounter. A large outdoor kitchen and dining area on one of several
portals is perfect for entertaining and leads to a unique, natural swimming pool that fits perfectly into the lush landscape. The guest house features a living room, dining
area, kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom, and two-car garage. Accessed through a separate entry door is a fully equipped exercise room, office, art studio, bathroom
and laundry area. $15,000,000 Clara L. Dougherty • 505.690.0471 • claradough@gmail.com
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expect more.
B r o k e r A s s o c i a t e . W a r r e n T h o m p s o n , B r o k e r A s s o c i a t e . P a m A l e x a n d e r , O f f i c e M a n a g e r
104 CAMINO CHUPADERO. Resting on 7+ acres of land, this wonderful ranchito
has 3 wells, 2 ponds, acequia rights, 3 pastures and mature trees, all bordering
the Chupadero River. The 3 bedroom double adobe is sophisticated and under-
stated with traditional hand-plastered walls, cathedral ceilings, and brick and
oak floors. The compound has a swimming pool and large spa, an equip-
ment garage with office, a double garage, a freestanding chicken coop and
an incredible horse facility that includes a well-equipped barn with 4 stalls and
runs, heated tack room, half bath, and separate loafing shed and round pen.
MLS #201201920 $1,495,000
Jennifer Tomes • 505.690.6477 • jentomes@me.com
34 GOODNIGHT TRAIL. Gorgeous, contemporary Pueblo-style home in La Tierra
Nueva. Completely renovated and remodeled by Wolf Corp., this 4 bedroom
adobe home on 10.35 acres is loaded with details: American Clay wall finishes,
custom cabinetry, built-in bookshelves, skylights, vigas and coved ceilings, window
coverings, custom art lighting, and plenty of storage throughout (including a
large walk-in closet in the master suite). The gourmet kitchen is equipped with
state-of-the-art appliances, including an induction stove top. Beautifully land-
scaped with two walled and landscaped courtyards.
MLS #201103432 $1,875,000
Clara L. Dougherty • 505.690.0471 • claradough@gmail.com
8 E. GOLDEN EAGLE. The inspired courtyard of this magnificent home in Las
Campanas offers a glimpse of the beauty awaiting inside this 3 bedroom, 3½
bath home with exceptional finishes. The living room, formal dining room and
library are accessed from the foyer and a vestibule leads into the large,
kitchen, with high-end appliances, and eating & sitting area. The master bedroom
suite is nicely sequestered for privacy and includes a heated and air conditioned
screened-in sleeping porch. A dining portal off the formal dining room and an
outdoor kitchen in the backyard are great for entertaining. The rooftop deck is the
perfect place for viewing sunsets and the mountains and is the icing on the cake.
MLS #201202740 $1,499,000
Clara L. Dougherty • 505.690.0471 • claradough@gmail.com
16 N. CAMINO DON CARLOS. This custom designed home incorporates both
traditional Southwestern and contemporary design elements. The 3 bedroom, 3½
bath main house features a massive great room with 18 foot ceilings, vigas, fire-
place and spiral staircase leading to a loft. The flexible floor plan also includes a
formal dining room, gourmet eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances and kiva
fireplace, family room/den, antique doors, flagstone floors and beautiful accent
tile work, plus a detached 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom guest casita. Additionally there
is an attached 2-car garage plus a detached 2-car garage with additional storage
and views galore.
MLS #201202897 $897,500
Clara L. Dougherty • 505.690.0471 • claradough@gmail.com
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FRANCIS PHILLIPS
Investment properties: rebuild net worth
The Federal Reserve (the Fed) announced
that the median U.S. household lost nearly 39
percent of its wealth from 2007 to 2010. Mid-
dle-class families took the biggest hit because
much of their net worth is in their homes. The
Fed has extended “Operation Twist,” selling
$400 billion in short-term Treasuries since
September and buying longer-term Treasur-
ies, through December 2012. This additional
exchange, using $267 billion in securities, is
expected to keep rates down. It’s a great time
to consider strategies to rebuild net worth
with investment properties.
For example, for a $250,000 home loan
($333,333 home purchase with minimum 25
percent down for an investment property), a
30-year fixed-rate mortgage near 4 percent
would cost approximately $1,500 a month,
including escrows. Where do you find the
down payment? Borrowing from equity in
your primary residence or securities that you
own are options to consider. Studies show
more people are renting; therefore, rents are
expected to rise and vacancies to fall.
Local real-estate experts agree. Candice
Jager of Candice & Company asserts, “There
appears to be some displacement with past
homeowners, but it doesn’t seem to have an
effect on the rent they are willing to pay. Con-
sequently, investors are able to take advantage
of the lower pricing with ready, willing and
able tenants to pay a fair rental market price.”
Anna Vanderlaan of Keller Williams com-
ments, “A sound investment should have a
return. I am seeing that now, like never before,
in single- and multi-family investments. Now
is the time to invest in the real-estate market
in Santa Fe. Not only are there many proper-
ties priced below replacement cost, but I’m
seeing good to excellent returns on invest-
ment even on single-family homes that are
move-in-ready. There are 85 homes actively
listed under $200,000, 23 of them below
$150,000. Six years ago that didn’t exist. Fixer-
uppers have become more viable as well. I’ve
seen properties where the purchase price plus
cost of repair is less than the resale value in
the current market. Property prices are low,
and money is inexpensive with rates around 4
percent. It’s amazing. Santa Fe is affordable.”
“Short term rentals did decline somewhat
over the last few years but have come back
stronger than ever,” said Suzy St. Clair of St.
Clair Properties. “With owners opting to
rent out their houses rather than sell, rental
inventory is growing. More people are opting
to rent short-term while making other life
choices, resulting in prospective renters for
the growing rental inventory.”
Melissa Adair of Santa Fe Properties adds,
“There are still so many incredible bargains
on the market; it makes sense to invest right
now. Both long-term and short-term rental
markets in Santa Fe are strong and very good
local management companies can handle
the marketing and day-to-day needs. I am a
fan of www.vrbo.com and www.homeaway.
com, which are excellent marketing tools for
owners who want to manage their vacation
rentals.”
Currently, approximately two out of three
homebuyers will finance with a home loan.
In years ahead, home prices are expected to
rebound. Today’s buyers will be rewarded
with interest savings and increasing property
values while their renters pay most, if not all,
of the home mortgage. Are you ready to own
your property free and clear in 15 or 30 years?
Allow your renters to help re-build your net
worth.
Francis Phillips (FPhillips@fcbmtg.com)
is senior mortgage loan originator with First
Choice Loan Services in Santa Fe. He has
served as director of business development
for national mortgage companies. He and his
mortgage partners have funded and built three
homes for Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity.
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505.989. 7741 • 433 WEST SAN FRANCI SCO STREET SANTA FE, NM 87501
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1445 NEVADO RIDGE. Nestled among the pine trees of The Santa Fe Summit
North is this dramatic contemporary, two-story,3 bedroom, 2
1
/2 bath home. A
stunning spiral staircase sets the stage for the inviting and open floorplan. Expertly
sited, each room takes advantage of the views from the expansive windows that
invite the outside in. The elegant use of natural light highlights the natural finishes
and built-in cabinets. The living room has a magnificant treetop view, fireplace
and wetbar. On the lower level is an office/library, a spacious master suite with
walk-in closets, sitting area, full bath, and ground level forest fiews filled with
wildlife. A little bit of peacefulness and just 10 minutes from the Plaza.
MLS #201200947 $940,000
Clara L. Dougherty • 505.690.0471 • claradough@gmail.com
44 BRASS HORSE ROAD. This exceptional and contemporary, four bedroom
Pueblo-style home in Arroyo Hondo is situated on 5 beautiful acres and sur-
rounded by the 100+ acre Arroyo Hondo Pueblo Conservancy. With 360º
views, the 4,823 sq. ft. adobe home is built in a circular plan to take in all
aspects of its surroundings and has a gorgeous rock wall that moves from the
outside inside as an entryway. Designed to take advantage of the outdoors and
the wonder of Arroyo Hondo, extensive portals provide additional living and
dining spaces around the stunning, negative edge swimming pool. The perfect
home for both formal and relaxed entertaining.
MLS #201200991 $2,575,000
Clara L. Dougherty • 505.690.0471 • claradough@gmail.com
10 SHORTHORN LANE. The family home of acclaimed architect and artist,
Robert T. Ritter, is a true hacienda, symmetrically-sited around the heart of the home
– a central courtyard with lush lawn and landscaping – and gracious portals that
connect the main house, guest house and office. Thick adobe walls, high
beamed ceilings, brick floors, hand-troweled plaster walls, and large, divided
light windows contribute to the warmth and elegance of this exquisite property.
A freestanding studio/garage/office, and a stable with corral area for four
horses complete the 11 acre property in exclusive La Tierra Nueva.
MLS #201203431 $2,250,000
Jennifer Tomes • 505.690.6477 • jentomes@me.com
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54 August 2012 HOME
By Paul Weideman
I
t’s just about time for that annual op-
portunity to get inside a few of Santa
Fe’s very cool new houses — and sev-
eral great remodels. Haciendas — A Parade
of Homes, sponsored by the Santa Fe Area
Home Builders Association, features 16
homes. Tat’s down from 30 or 40 when
the market was really moving a few years
ago, but this is still a tantalizing home
tour. (Who ever had time to see 35 houses,
anyway?)
Te oferings for 2012 range from
a 750-square-foot condo (a $137,000
remodel) in the South Capitol District to
new, multi-million-dollar houses.
Te tour is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, Aug. 10-
12 and 17-19. A ticket is $15 and one ticket
is all you need to visit any of the houses on
any of the days. Many of the builders are
participating in a special Twilight Tour,
which is held from 4 to 9 p.m. on Tursday,
Aug. 16, with free admission.
New this year is Te Value of Design,
sponsored by the Santa Fe chapter of the
American Institute of Architects (AIA).
“Tis will be held at Jay Etkin Gallery,
which will also be the tour information
center,” said Dalinda Bangert, administra-
tive director of the Santa Fe Area Home
Builders Association. “It will be open an
hour early, at 10 a.m., if people want to go
there for tickets, to see the architecture
exhibits, and get a tour map.
Te Value of Design, created by architect
Dan Featheringill, is a gallery display of
work by architects and Haciendas build-
ers. It begins with a 6-8 p.m. reception
on Tursday, Aug. 9, and will be open on
regular tour days from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A highlight of the AIA event happens
on Saturday, Aug. 11, when four Santa Fe
architects will give talks:
9 a.m. — “Introduction to Architectur-
ally Enhanced Rain Catchment” by Bob
Kreger, of Kreger Design Build;
11 a.m. — “Te Interrelationship of Sus-
tainable Construction and Quality Design”
by Jon Dick, Archaeo Architects;
1 p.m. — “Roofs and Undersides” by
James Horn, Spears Architects; and
3 p.m. — “Spirit of Place: Site-Specifc
Design Process” by Alexander Dzurec,
Autotroph Design.
It is hoped that the AIA gallery and talks
will be a regular adjunct of the Parade of
Homes.
Sixteen entries on Parade of Homes
Photo by Paul Weideman
Approaching the front door of the new home by Green Star Builders on Cordova Road
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A detail of the Parade entry
by Prull Custom Builders and
architect Craig Hoopes
Courtesy Craig Hoopes
Courtesy bill deusCHle
Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions did an extensive remodel of this house (right) and built a new casita (left) on Garcia Street
Te competition element of Haciendas again promises to award
the tour’s best in home crafsmanship, and excellence and innovation
in design, kitchens, and outdoor living spaces, as well as today’s all-
important sustainability categories.
“I believe they have the same categories as last year: Grand Green,
Energy Efciency, Water Efciency, Site & Resource Efciency, and
Indoor Air Quality in two diferent categories for smaller and larger
homes,” Bangert elaborated. “Te diference for 2012 is they’re hav-
ing the builders fll out not just the HERS [Home Energy Rating
System] fgure but also a Home Heating Index number. Tat evalu-
ates the shell, how well-insulated the structure is, and therefore gives
a good idea of what it will cost to heat and cool the building.”
Tour maps can be found at the Jay Etkin Gallery, 703 Camino
de la Familia, and at Century Bank and Los Alamos National Bank
locations, at Dahl Plumbing, and at Builders’ Source. Buy tickets at
the Lensic Performing Arts Center box ofce or during Haciendas at
any tour home.
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57 August 2012
By now most of you are well aware of
how social networking is changing how
we communicate about everything from
what’s new at Indian Market to what’s
happening in real estate. Whether entre-
preneur or global corporation, you know
your customers are using social-media
sites, such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn,
Google+ and Pinterest to fnd people and
businesses they can get to know and per-
haps eventually trust. At the same time,
smart phones and the internet continue to
accelerate how we are connected to each
other.
Our 21st-century lifestyle is online,
interactive and no longer private. Conver-
sations are public and what we do online
stays online. For some, this is beyond
scary. For others, it is the future now.
Tere is no map. Only your own
experience can teach you about social net-
working. Once phones were ONLY about
talking, then they evolved into a way to
reach out and touch someone. Today,
smart phones will correct your spelling,
answer questions, and truly change your
interaction with other humans, machines
and your environment. Social network-
ing is feeding into this communication
revolution. How can you keep up and not
be overwhelmed? It is easier if you make
change your strategy and focus on being
more creative and authentic, rather than
stale and boring. Social networking gives
you leverage and a voice.
Look in the mirror and update your
profle picture (avatar) or logo. Remem-
ber social networking is about the “real”
you. Next, look at your bio and add some
personality. Let people know what you are
passionate about doing. Make sure you
are following, liking and connecting to
your customers! Te odds are extremely
high they are online searching for you
and your business as well as talking about
you and your business. Humans love to
talk and this social-media revolution is
all about talking online. It is important to
monitor your reputation and engage your
customers. Your presence on any one of
the social-networking sites will allow you
to listen to your customers, follow them,
and interact with them.
Let everyone know you are not a fearful
social networker. Make it easy for people
to fnd you and your business. Create a
link to your social-network accounts on
your web page, put them on your business
card, and add then to your email signa-
ture. People are online looking for busi-
ness relationships with real people. Like
you, they are using social networking to
fnd someone in an organization or com-
pany they can get to know, like and trust.
You are not the only newbie. We are more
in control of how we use these new tools
and mobile apps than we realize. How we
use them changes how we communicate,
fnd information and make decisions.
Remember to treat people with respect,
and pay attention to helping them rather
than pitching them. Focus on being hu-
man again by having conversations online
and acting less like a marketing machine.
See you next online.
Emily Medvec is an associate broker
with Santa Fe Properties on a team with
Ulla Allyn. Emily’s passion is how social
networking online changes how we com-
municate and make decisions in real estate
and every other marketplace. Follow her at
www.twitter.com/emilymedvec or call her
at 505-660-4541.
SocialNetworking
Make change your strategy
EMILY MEDVEC
Summer heat is here and with it our
peak water- and energy-usage days. With
the high temperatures in July and August,
our water use soars and our electricity use
shoots up as we use our air conditioning
fans. But there are easy ways to cut our
peak usage during the summer.
Peak usage is what utilities planners
must plan for and size supply to. Last year,
the City of Santa Fe’s peak water use was
19,000,000 gallons per day. So far this year
our peak water use has been 15,809,000
gallons. Tis is more than twice as much
as our normal winter use. More visitors,
hotter and longer days, and more outside
activities all contribute to this increase.
Although it has been predicted that we
will have a wetter summer this year, so
far we are at only 39 percent of normal
precipitation. Hopefully the prediction
that we’re leaving La Niña and entering El
Niño is correct. Unfortunately it will take
more than a signifcant drenching or two
to make up the defcit we’re in.
Overall it’s looking to be another
drought year. A recent study found that
the United States has not received so little
precipitation since the 1930s. New Mexico
is dry, and so is the rest of the country. Is
this a new normal?
Peak usage is especially a problem for
us in the Southwest. It is when we push
our electrical and water needs to the max,
creating an upward spiral of demand be-
cause the increased use of one requires in-
creased use of the other. Te generation of
more electricity requires more water, and
when we use more water (for landscap-
ing, for instance), we use more electricity
to pump, flter, and deliver water to our
homes. Reducing consumption lowers
our monthly bills and it reduces the need
to build new power plants and/or acquire
new, more expensive water rights.
Saving energy and water during these
periods is easy and cost-efective. Outside
water use during the summer is on aver-
age about 44 percent of our total water
consumption. Cutting down your outside
water usage is as easy as 1-2-3: 1) Water
only during the cooler hours (i.e., before
10 a.m. and afer 6 p.m.); 2) Avoid plant-
ing new plants during the hottest months;
and 3) Check your irrigation system for
costly leaks.
You can also install a rain detector
to shut of the irrigation system when
it is not required during our monsoon
months. Available at local irrigation sup-
ply stores, these units cost as little as $30.
Te City of Santa Fe also ofers a rebate
on these units. Information is available at
irrigation supply stores and at the Water
Utilities ofce on San Mateo Road.
Saving energy can also be extremely
easy and cost-efective. Incandescent
light bulbs are energy-inefcient and also
generate lots of heat. Almost all hardware
stores carry compact fuorescent bulbs
(CFLs) and now even some carry LED
light bulbs, which use even less electricity
and generate a fraction of the heat.
Saving water and saving energy is one
good way to save yourself money, help the
environment, forego future cost increases,
and help your community.
Doug Pushard, the founder of the
website www.HarvestH2o.com, has de-
signed and installed residential rainwater
systems for 12 years. A member of Santa
Fe Water Conservation Committee and a
board member of the American Rainwater
Catchment Systems Association, he can be
reached at Doug@HarvestH2o.com.
WaterenergyNexus
Take care during peak-demand time
DOUG PUSHARD
BLACK CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW
58 August 2012 HOME
Furniture, more at new consignment shop
By Paul Weideman
Take a hop over to Te Consignment
Warehouse and check out the variety. A
couple weeks afer the business’s frst an-
niversary on June 1, the inventory included
a church pew from England, an old safe
that was retroftted with drawers by the
importer, African serpentine sculptures and
masks and an Ashanti fertility statue, an old
rotating ofce chair, and a lone Art Deco
table that Tracie Jansen believed would be
gone very soon.
“Mid-century modern is hot,” she said.
Jansen and her business partner, Curtis
Uhlemann, stock a good assortment of
dressers, chests, beds, and lamps at Te
Consignment Warehouse, located behind
Home Depot at 2357 Fox Road.
Jansen and her husband, Dave, and Uhle-
mann have ARCOS Dance, a contemporary
dance company based in Santa Fe. Uhle-
mann, a choreographer, is artistic director
and Dave and Tracie Jansen are executive
director and operations director, respec-
tively. Te Jansens are also a home-building
team, but that industry has been a bit slow
since the 2008 fnancial crash.
“We had the dance company, but we
wondered what we would do in the day-
time,” she said. And thus the consignment
store.
Tey found the 3,500-square-foot build-
ing on Fox Road, did a big painting and
texturing job, then added some high win-
dows at the back to brighten the space.
“Our concept is simple,” Tracie Jansen
said. “People consign items with us for
three months. Afer each 30-day period,
items are reduced 10 percent for even more
afordable shopping. Which also means
repurposing furniture and accessories as
an eco-friendly trend is warmly embraced
everywhere, by locals and visitors alike.
“Stephen Etre and Glen Smith of Ste-
phen’s A Consignment Gallery are friends
of ours. Tey said they needed a place to
send their overfow and we had plenty of
room. Tey’re very generous.
“We are trying to stick with furniture
pieces, rather than a lot of small things
and knick-knacks. We have higher-end,
imported teak pieces and also quite a few
rugs — we defnitely have the space, so they
can be displayed open on the foor.”
“Right now we’ve found a lot of people
are interested in functional furniture, so
sofas, tables and chairs,” Uhlemann added.
“And a lot of people are downsizing so
they’re looking for smaller, nicer pieces.
People are moving away and they drop
of their furniture. We also get designers,
stagers, and movie-production people: the
Longmire TV show people have rented and
purchased pieces.
“Some people will bring in their furniture
they can’t look at anymore and consign it,
then walk around and buy diferent things.
Te recycling element is really cool.”
Everything handled by the business is by
consignment, a 50-50 split with the owners.
Tere are about 500 consigners, mostly
people from Santa Fe but also from Albu-
querque, Española, Abiquiu, and Las Vegas.
Accurate, reliable recordkeeping is criti-
cal in consignment. Jansen and Uhlemann
found a good point-of-sale program espe-
cially designed for the consignment busi-
ness, and a device that prints out price tags
with bar-codes. “Te most important thing
about this business is tracking everything,”
she said. “We don’t own anything. If some-
one brings it in and trusts us with their
merchandise, we have to track everything.”
“And this system we have is very fast,”
Uhlemann said. “If someone comes in with
a few pieces, we’ll agree on a price and enter
it into the system and it will spit tags out
right away. If they just take 10 or 15 min-
utes to look around, we can give them their
formal list of items, and we also e-mail that
information to them.
“We’ve had a really good response. Peo-
ple love the space, they love the warehouse
idea, they love the mix that we have, and
the prices, and they really like us.”
Te Consignment Warehouse is open
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Te phone is
471-6921.
Photos by Paul Weideman
Above, Curtis Uhlemann and Tracie Jansen
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59 August 2012
“Is our water safe?” is a recurring ques-
tion. Te answer is yes. Treated water
from the Buckman Direct Diversion
(BDD) of the Rio Grande is EPA-compli-
ant as specifed in the Safe Drinking Wa-
ter Act. Tis is the set of regulations with
which the city must comply. Whether or
not one believes the EPA’s criteria to be
sufciently protective of public health is
another issue.
As recently as late last month, there
was a community water forum addressing
public concerns about the safety of the
water from Buckman wells and the BDD
project. Te wells are one issue, since they
are known to contain naturally occurring
arsenic and uranium; but the inference
that documented legacy contaminants
from Los Alamos National Laboratory oc-
cur in treated city water, and presumably
exceed levels harmful to our health is, to
my knowledge, undocumented.
When Buckman well (aquifer) water is
blended with water from other sources,
the product water falls below the EPA’s
maximum contamination levels (MCLs)
for arsenic, uranium and all other regu-
lated contaminants. BDD water (diverted
from the Rio Grande under the San Juan-
Chama Project and Rio Grande water
rights) passes through multiple stages of
treatment. EPA compliance dictates that
the water be tested for alpha particles,
beta particles and photon activity, com-
bined radium (Ra-226 and Ra-228), and
uranium.
In a pre-construction evaluation of the
efectiveness of the proposed BDD sys-
tem, Kerry Howe noted that there was a
close correlation between high alpha and
beta radioactivity and high water turbid-
ity during storm events, and that ceasing
diversions during storm events would
be a way to reduce the risk of taking in
water with potentially high contamina-
tion levels. Trough its early notifcation
system (ENS) installed for the purpose of
automatically shutting down diversion,
the BDD control room monitors real-time
fow rates through gauges positioned in
Los Alamos Canyon. Both the BDD and
the New Mexico Environment Depart-
ment have monitoring equipment at the
diversion site. When the project was shut
down for six weeks during the summer
of 2011, it was because of ash in the Rio
Grande from the Las Conchas fres and
not because of data transmitted from the
ENS.
Howe also noted that radionuclides
adsorb (adhere) onto fne sediments and
would be removed in the coagulation/
fltration process. On behalf of clients,
we have had two BDD samples, col-
lected when the Buckman wells were not
contributing, tested by an independent
lab and test results indicated that uranium
was not detected.
Groups concerned about BDD water
safety could direct some of their fnan-
cial resources to have an independent,
qualifed entity test BDD treated water for
anthropogenic (LANL-origin) radionu-
clides and release the results. Te samples
should be collected by an NMED-cer-
tifed sampler with both city and group
representatives present to witness the
collection procedure and the execution
of the paper trail (chain of custody).
Blind, coded samples should be sent to a
certifed radionuclide testing lab which
observes EPA testing protocol and which
is not under contract to LANL or the city.
Bringing properly collected, witnessed
and independently tested lab results to the
table could expedite drawing conclusions
from numbers, not inference, and facili-
tate fact-based and meaningful dialogue.
Stephen Wiman has a background in
earth science (Ph.D. in geology) and is
the owner of Good Water Company and
a member of the City of Santa Fe’s Water
Conservation Committee. He may be
reached at 505-471-9036 and skwiman@
goodwatercompany.com.
OurwaterQuality
About safety of Buckman water supply
STEPHEN WIMAN
BLACK CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW
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