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29 Jacona Road

Property Summary

Lot Size2.454 acres
Listing Number201502321
Waste WaterSeptic
Water SourceWell (Private)
Idyllic Countryside Getaway: Adobe Oasis in Jacona

In the quiet rural countryside of Jacona, part of the vibrant agricultural valley between Santa Fe to Los Alamos, this lush 2.454-acre compound is a secluded private oasis that envelops five distinctive adobe buildings and numerous yards, patios, paths, and gardens. The renowned architect Nathaniel Owings designed and built the estate as his private retreat, and in 2003, it underwent a tasteful remodel by the award-winning Beverly Spears. The main residence consists of two buildings — one housing two bedroom suites with a shared living area, the other a fabulous modern kitchen, a chic living and dining room, a sitting room, and a bath. Two smaller buildings could function equally well as offices, studios, or guest cottages, and the two-bedroom caretaker’s house would make a lovely private space for visitors. Doors, beams, and other details were collected from Las Trampas, Peñasco, and other locations around northern New Mexico. The pastoral village of Jacona is part of a vibrant agricultural valley. An acequia runs through the property, and a secluded pond is located at one end of the acreage, contributing to its lush greenery and idyllic character. The neighboring land is occupied by a well-known area farm. The estate is dotted with enchanting gardens and grassy lawns, and mature trees of all sorts tower overhead. Water rights are included.

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Living/Dining Area

This cool, elegant space encompasses a living and dining areas. An art wall including a fireplace partially separates this area from the kitchen, creating spatial distinction. Among the other stylish features are a corner wood-burning fireplace, wide planked wood floors, warmly hued walls, a long skylight, and a tall ceiling with rugged split beams from Las Trampas. Deep-set windows overlook the deep shady portal.