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117 Tesuque Ridge

Property Summary

Bedrooms6
Bathrooms5 full
2 half
Square Footage13,779 ft²
Lot Size16.61 acres
Year Built2006
Listing Number201605440
CoolingRefrigerative
ElectricPublic
GasNatural
HeatingNatural Gas
SubdivisionTesuque Ridge
Waste WaterSeptic
Water SourceWell (Private)
Unparalleled Custom Manor
$13,650,000

Custom-designed and built, this incomparable residence and its two-bedroom guesthouse are nestled in the gorgeous undulating hills just north of Santa Fe. An air of grandeur pervades the nearly 14,000-square-foot manor, yet every space is warm and welcoming. The heart of the home is a generous kitchen and family room with a fireplace, a breakfast area, an adjoining portal, and an awe-inspiring view of the Sangre de Cristos. Other noteworthy spaces include magnificent formal living and dining rooms, a handsome library, a finished basement and oversized garage, and utterly private bedroom wings for owners and guests. Surfaces of lustrous plaster and cool antique Jerusalem stone contribute to the regal ambience, while earthy reclaimed walnut, hickory, and mesquite add warmth and depth. A third-generation German stonemason crafted mantels for the home’s 13 fireplaces and many other details. Enveloping the residence are a number of wonderful outdoor living spaces, each of which has been thoughtfully positioned for utmost enjoyment of the views and tranquil surroundings.

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Family Room

Ceiling MaterialBeams, Plaster
Ceiling StyleFlat
Dimensions36' x 28'
FireplaceCorner, Gas, Traditional
Floor StyleOther
Light FixturesChandelier, Recessed, Spot
Speaker LocationIn Ceiling
Wall MaterialPlaster

Beams reclaimed from a warehouse near the Great Salt Lake are among the dramatic features of this inviting room, which enjoys a magnificent uninterrupted Sangre de Cristo view, a striking limestone wood-burning fireplace with Moroccan-influenced detailing and space for a wide-screen television above, and an arched Albertini doorway to the shady portal. Flowing naturally, the room is linked with the kitchen by an 18th-century German store counter converted to an island with a marble top.


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