There is a contemporary house in Santa Fe, New Mexico with brilliant sweeps of red, orange, purple, and pink to reflect the artistry of Santa Fe. This is now on the market priced at $3.9 million.
The two-story contemporary house is measured at 7,655 square feet with angular white walls, high ceilings, concrete, light hardwood floors, interior, and exterior glass walls. The home also boasts of three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a family room, den, office, wine room, balcony, deck, porches, courtyard, in-ground lap pool, and a two-car garage. The highlight of the property is the hot-pink long wall.
This artistic, colorful, and contemporary house in Santa Fe, New Mexico is listed under Sotheby’s International Realty in Santa Fe.
Perfectly situated to capture one of New Mexico’s most famous assets, the sunset, this large contemporary house with its great expanse of glass and crisp white walls sits poised and ready to take in and reflect the evening show – brilliant sweeps of red, orange, purple, and pink left by the sinking sun.
Artists have been drawn to the clean and clear light of New Mexico since the early 1900s, trying to capture the colors ranging from brilliant to pastel, swirled on calm or turbulent clouds at Santa Fe’s 7,400-foot altitude.
This sleek, 7,655-square-foot, two-story residence is all about the light and capturing the wide-open space of New Mexico. Angular white walls, high ceilings, concrete and light hardwood floors, great expanses of glass both inside and out, take full advantage of its 12.6-acre location at the end of the drive overlooking panoramic views of Mount Taylor and the Sangre de Cristos, Jemez, Ortiz and Cerrillos Hills.
The home includes three bedrooms, four baths, a family room, den, upper-level office with views, wine room, balcony, deck, porches, courtyard, in-ground lap pool, and a two-car garage. A cheerful focal point on the property is the long wall painted in hot pink, surely intended to compete with the sunset. Priced at $3.9 million.
Jon Dykstra owns an interior design company in North Vancouver, British Columbia. He's fascinated by architecture and interiors. He also enjoys gardening at his "house in the burbs" and "homesteading" at his off-the-grid boat-access cabin.
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