The Matteucci Gallery Compound in Santa Fe that combines history and artistry of Santa Fe is now on the market priced at $9.95 million.
The adobe compound is measured at 20,000 square feet with eight bedrooms and twelve bathrooms distributed among freestanding buildings. It stands on 1.75 acres bordered with stone and adobe walls. The property includes a gallery, an office, a guest residence, the main residence, three guest houses, storage spaces, a sculpture garden with pond, waterfall and lush landscaping.
This historic Santa Fe compound is listed by Tim Van Camp of Knowing Santa Fe Real Estate in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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“Touch the country of New Mexico and you will never be the same again.” —√¢‚Ç¨¬ØD.H. Lawrence, c. 1917. Tipping the scales with the long list of writers and artists who have been drawn to Santa Fe, the oldest capital city in the United States is known the world over as a center for the arts and has been designated as a UNESCO Creative City in Design, Crafts and Folk Art. In 2012, it was listed by CBS MoneyWatch and U.S. News as one of the best places to retire in the country.
From 1914 to this day, the beauty, and some say spirituality of the natural environment in Sante Fe area has drawn the likes of D.H. Lawrence, Georgia O’Keeffe, Ansel Adams, Andrew Dasburg, John Marin, Marsden Hartley and many other creative minds in the world of art, literature, and music. That history combined with artists who have followed into the 21st century has been long celebrated within the Matteucci Gallery Compound in Santa Fe, which is now for sale.
Quintessential Santa Fe, this adobe compound lives up to and surpasses the art-filled ambiance of the unique southwestern city. On 1.75 acres behind a stone and adobe wall lies an enclave of eighteen structures including gallery, office, guest residence, main residence, three guest houses, and storage spaces located around a sculpture garden with pond, waterfall, and lush vegetation.
Encompassing over 20,000 square feet of indoor space, there are eight bedrooms and twelve baths distributed between the freestanding buildings. Created over decades, additions to the compound were created using materials from demolished barns and cabins from across northern New Mexico. Offered for sale for the first time in 27 years, the compound is priced at $9.95 million.