Ledes from the Land of Enchantment

Santa Fe Home Blends Styles For A Certain Southwest Sophistication

A brick walkway and steps rise gently to the glazed front door.

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Pueblo, Spanish and contemporary styles come together in a cohesive blend in this flat roof home in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

The two-story house, built in 1963 and located on a spacious 2.35 hectare house, has been newly furnished with luxury, entertaining and intergenerational living.

The entrance is crowned by a vaulted wooden ceiling with skylights.

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Old trees and a curved driveway soften the stucco facade at the house entrance. A landscaped, brick walkway and steps rise gently to the double, eight-part wooden entrance door.

Interior details include wood and terracotta tile floors, multiple fireplaces, and beamed ceilings.

The terrace in front of the living room offers a view of the distant hills.

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The living room opens to a terrace with a view of the green belt, hills and tree tops. Glass walls bring light into the dining room, which opens onto a walled outdoor dining area with a fireplace.

The center kitchen island has granite countertops, a double oven, wine cooler, and stainless steel appliances. There is a breakfast area to one side.

A long center island provides cooking and seating in the kitchen.

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Vaulted beam ceilings lead to the master suite, which has a walk-in closet, double sinks and a walled terrace.

The light-flooded basement has a living area, a second kitchen with a wine fridge, two guest bedrooms and a bathroom. There are a total of four bedrooms and four bathrooms on almost 6,000 square meters of living space.

Vaulted beam ceilings continue through the upper rooms.

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Recent improvements include the landscaped irrigation system, timed walkway lighting, and new windows. The home has a heated three car garage.

Aviva Schear of Barker Realty is the listing agent for 1031 Governor Dempsey Drive, Santa Fe, New Mexico. The purchase price is $ 3.2 million.

Older trees and bushes surround the house.

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The street takes its name from John J. Dempsey, the Santa Fe resident who was the 13th governor of New Mexico and a member of the US House of Representatives.

The property is just 2 miles from Santa Fes Historic Plaza, a pedestrian-friendly area of ​​winding streets lined with art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants. Other local attractions include a historic railroad, centuries-old churches, and petroglyph-filled ruins.

Albuquerque International Sunport is about an hour southwest of Santa Fe.

Barker Realty is a founding member of Forbes Global Properties, a consumer marketplace and member network of elite realtors who sell the world’s most luxurious homes.

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