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Matteucci Compound

Property Summary

Bathrooms8 full
4 half
Square Footage20,066 ft²
Lot Size1.7548 acres
Listing Number201802446
HeatingNatural Gas
SubdivisionEastside Histor
Waste WaterCity
Water SourceCity
Rich in Santa Fe History

Behind an elaborately crafted historic stone and adobe wall, this famed compound of residences and gardens was both inspired by ancient Pueblo architecture and adapted for modern sensibilities. The estate — which includes an elegant guest home; a magnificent main residence; an idyllic sculpture garden; and three free-standing guesthouses — has been created over many decades by combining and expanding once-distinct structures and incorporating materials from demolished barns and cabins from across northern New Mexico. Initially established by Nicolas Woloshuk, expanded and augmented by Forrest Fenn, and purchased and maintained since 1988 by Nedra Matteucci, this is surely one of the most outstanding and highly sought-after properties in Santa Fe.

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Little Egypt

ConstructionAdobe, Pentile
Cooling SystemNone
Heating DistributionBaseboard
Insulated WindowsYes
RoofBuilt Up, Flat
Square Footage843 ft²

Nestled beside a grassy lawn and near the Bunkhouse, the guest residence known as Little Egypt is an open, modern yet utterly relaxing private space. A rare expanse of lush green grass bound by walkways and a vine-covered fence provides the prelude to these alluring guest quarters. To the right lies the gateway to the Bunkhouse and its own private courtyard. The main sculpture garden is also nearby.