Just beyond the land bridge, the driveway bends around to the left, looking east up at Moon Mountain.
This is the transformer that sits at the property line, with Moon Mountain in the background.
This picture shows the electrical conduit, and one of the three water hydrants, which sit on the south edge of the easterly section of the driveway. The east wall of the garage site sits to the left of this picture, with RV parking to the right.
A rare 2.5 acre parcel with infrastructure improvements that are second to none. The guesswork has been removed from this property! Power, water, and septic are installed. A 14 wide, 900' long level driveway is complete and leads to a large fire department Y turnaround, RV parking and the garage site.
This build site has a 24' height allowance, allowing for 180 degree views across and down the Rio Grande Valley.
This is a quiet, long-established neighborhood situated on the coveted east side of Santa Fe, close to Museum Hill and within cycling distance from lovely eateries and the Canyon Road galleries.
This unique southwest facing parcel is only 3.7 miles from the famed Santa Fe Plaza, and is just north of Cloudstone.
The property features 360 degree views, abundant Pinon, Juniper, granite rock outcroppings, rose quartz veins, arroyos, a 15' rocky waterfall, and wonderful wildlife!
This property is located just outside of city limits, and is therefore not subject to the City's limitations and added red tape.
The walls have been deemed structurally sound and usable by Jim Hands, a well known and respected Santa Fe structural engineer.
No. There are no HOA or CCR restrictions on this property.
The sellers bought this property in the fall of 2019 with the hope that they would retire here. Shortly after the purchase, they suffered a medical emergency necessitating a long recovery. During this time, they developed their architectural plans and forged forward with all of the improvements listed. They also began volunteering at The Horse Shelter and fell in love with a horse. They will move on to find horse property so they can adopt him.
Architectural plans were submitted to the county for approval, and in June 2022 was set to be issued. The owners asked for a suspension of the process to allow for value engineering. The permit is still open.
The cactus love the rocky crags!
These deer are large and unafraid! He is a regular on the property.
A blanket of quiet snow. It melted all too quickly with the sun's inevitable gaze.
The westerly view from the build site.
The westerly view from the driveway as you leave the property.
This picture was taken from behind the build site, looking west.
This is a picture of an oversized pond, which has been dug deeper than necessary to facilitate water retention.
This is a picture of the property's primary arroyo as it makes its way to the waterfall.
A lovely courtyard of trees.
It is easy to create a park-like setting on this property.
This picture shows the newly made rock-lined, land bridge. The curve of the driveway makes it easy to get large vehicles on and off the property.
This picture is taken from the west side of the fire department Y, looking east. The build site is to the right of the south garage wall.
When the snow comes, its glorious! The roads are well maintained, making getting around easy, and playtime most enjoyable!