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214 Calle Galisteo

Property Summary

Bathrooms5 full
3 half
Square Footage8,030 ft²
Lot Size57.035 acres
Listing Number201604206
HeatingNatural Gas
Waste WaterSeptic
Water SourceWell (Private)
Mountain View Paradise

Just 20 minutes from the Santa Fe Plaza off Highway 14, this enchanting 57-acre estate in a gated community encompasses a 6,610 square foot main residence containing three bedrooms with en-suite baths and an attached two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,420 square foot guest house. The impeccable Pueblo-style home features large rooms with classic plaster walls, vigas, both tiled and carpeted floors and a large, light-filled studio. The spacious kitchen and game room with wet bar make it perfect for entertaining. Multiple garages can accommodate vehicles, a workshop, storage and a motorhome. Air conditioning, radiant heat, insulated windows and drapes help maintain a pleasant year-round environment throughout. The core of the property is walled and beautifully landscaped with large portals, a cantina, a swimming pool and lush gardens nourished by two private wells.

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Address214 Calle Galisteo
Santa Fe, NM 87508
Association Fees IncludeCommon Area Maintainance, Recreation Facilities, Road Maintainance, Security
Elementary SchoolAmy Biehl Community
Has IrrigationYes
Has Landscape LightingYes
High SchoolSanta Fe
Horses AllowedYes
Lot Size57.035 acres
Map Grid2016 Horton 14 2-D
Middle SchoolCapshaw
OwnershipFee Simple
Waste WaterSeptic
Water SourceWell (Private)

This superb estate on 57 acres is only 20 minutes south of Santa Fe’s plaza. A wall surrounds the home and two acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. A large bell outside the wall lets it be known that guests have arrived. Beautiful copper and mica wall sconces decorate the exterior of the home. In the backyard there is a pool and hot tub in the shape of a Kachina corn maiden. The pool seems to flow forever with a negative edge which allows the water to flow into a 2,500 gallon holding tank that recycles itself. The ravens around the pool are not to be feared; not only are they not living, but they are grounded so they do not conduct electricity. The pump house has ceramic hollyhocks made by Foxtile climbing along the shower.