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1434-A Bishop's Lodge Rd

Property Summary

Square Footage9,367 ft²
Lot Size2.794 acres
Listing Number202001325
HeatingNatural Gas
Waste WaterSeptic
Water SourceWell (Private)
Timeless Tesuque Valley Compound

The epitome of classic pastoral Santa Fe style, this idyllic compound includes a 6,161-square-foot home, a 3,204-square-foot guesthouse and studio, and a 1,863-square-foot caretaker’s residence. Inspired by the architecture of Betty Stewart, the refurbished two- or three-bedroom home has a Northern New Mexico–style pitched roof and features double adobe walls, hand-adzed ceiling beams, plaster walls, brick and limestone floors, vintage wood doors, deep-set windows, and beautiful natural light throughout. It offers wonderfully proportioned spaces, including multiple areas for indoor-outdoor entertaining and a chef’s kitchen with appliances from Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Miele. Forced heat and air help maintain a comfortable temperature year-round. The picturesque 2.79-acre property is walled and fenced and features mature landscaping; vegetable, flower, and herb gardens; two premoratorium wells; an orchard; portales and patios; mature trees; and a chicken coop.

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Address1434-A Bishops Lodge Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87506
Cable TV AvailableYes
Elementary SchoolTesuque
Has Landscape LightingYes
High SchoolSanta Fe
Horses AllowedYes
Lot Size2.794 acres
Map GridH 54 B-3
Middle SchoolMilagro
OwnershipFee Simple
Waste WaterSeptic
Water SourceWell (Private)

A hidden treasure only minutes from downtown Santa Fe, this peaceful pastoral property includes green swaths of grass, towering trees, a fruit orchard, organic vegetable and herb gardens, and a chicken coop. Stone paths meander among the grass and landscaping beneath the canopy of grandfather trees. Numerous portales and patios allow for festive outdoor entertaining and the appreciation of the landscape and the famous New Mexico skies, brilliantly blue by day and star-filled by night.