Rolling across 175 acres of quintessentially Southwestern ranchland — a seemingly infinite tableau of brown earth, piñon, and juniper — Rancho Alegre is a magnificent residential property destined to be known as a Santa Fe landmark. Designed by renowned architect William F. Tull and featured in the June 2008 issue of Architectural Digest, the impressive pueblo-style residence is nestled near the crest of a hill with panoramic views of the Ortiz and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The residence features a 13,000 square-foot main house; central plaza courtyard; santuario; torreon with rooftop deck; guest and caretaker’s quarters; carriage house; and expansive rear patio with entertaining portal, infinity-edge pool, hot tub, and cabana. Not far off lie a private four-bedroom guesthouse and equestrian facilities that include twelve casita-style horse stalls and a large riding arena.
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