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Pacheco Park: Design District

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At the heart of Santa Fe’s Design District is Pacheco Park, an inspired community of businesses offering a superb array of retail, services and lifestyle options. From the city’s most renowned design shops and providers, to high-end and custom furnishing and fixtures, Pacheco Park offers one-stop access to all your design, new construction, remodeling, and landscaping needs. Including retail and services, you’ll find world-class yoga, a water treatment company, a full-service salon and a healthy, innovative eatery. Pacheco Park provides centrally located office, retail and customized space for Santa Fe’s most successful and dedicated businesses and entrepreneurs. Come and discover the Design District for yourself.


Located at Pacheco Park the accessory annex Suite C104 505.988.4111 santafebydesign.com

D Maahs Construction, LLC Suite A206 505.992.8382 dmaahsconstruction.com

Interior Design Suite A104 505.983.7055 annieocarroll.com

Taos Furniture of Santa Fe Southwest Spanish Craftsmen Suite A103 505.988.1229 ernestthompson.com southwestspanishcraftsmen.com

Nedret Rugs and Textiles LLC Suite C203 505.490.2324

Bella Media Suite D105 505.983.1444 santafean.com

The Smart Choice

1512 Pacheco St. Suite C-203 Santa Fe, NM 87505 p: 505.982.4536 f: 505.982.0041 barbara@sfdesignconnection.com

Design Connection Suite C203 505.982.4536

Custom Window Coverings, Inc Suite A101 505.820.0511 customwindowcoverings.biz

H and S Craftsmen, LLC

Form + Function Suite C202 505.820.7872 formplusfunction.com

Three Generations of Fine Cabinetry

Counter Intelligence, LLC Suite C204 505.988.4007 handscraftsmen.com

H & S Craftsmen, LLC Suite C204 505.988.4007 handscraftsmen.com

A taste of life in New Mexico

Local Flavor Suite D207 505.988.7560 localflavormagazine.com

Ritual Hair, Skin & Nails Suite A201 505.820.9943 ritualhairstyling.com

Proscape Landscape Management Suite A202 505.455.9348 proscapenm.com

Santa Fe By Design Suite D101 505.988.4111 santafebydesign.com

Chandler Prewitt Design Suite D206 505.603.1948 chandlerprewitt.com

Tierra Concepts, Inc. Suite D206 505-989-8484 tierraconceptssantafe.com

New Water Innovations Suite C104 505.216.0880 newwaterinnovations.com

Southwest Spanish Craftsmen Suite A103 505.988.1229 ernestthompson.com southwestspanishcraftsmen.com


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Welcome: from

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Summer is a glorious time in Santa Fe. Our world-class opera is in full swing, Music on the Hill is enchanting locals at St. John’s College, the sounds of tennis rackets and golf swings are in the air, the Plaza is jumping with festivals and concerts, and the 24th annual Haciendas—A Parade of Homes is once again showcasing the best homebuilders in Santa Fe. As the Chair of the committee that produces the Parade, I can assure you that this year’s production will be a feast for the eyes and will quicken the heart that dreams of one day having a piece of what we call Santa Fe style. As a busy remodeling contractor, my own company, D Maahs Construction, rarely has an entry in the annual Parade of Homes. But it’s good to note that this year there are more homes for sale on the Parade than we have seen in quite a few years—a sure sign of an improving market in this unique community. Douglas Maahs This year we welcome many new participants into the Parade while extending sincere gratitude to the many repeat players whose first-class skills make our Parade the world-class event it has become. We also send special thanks to our Parade sponsors, without whom we could never pull off the most significant event of our busy year. My biggest debt of gratitude goes out to the tireless work of the many Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association volunteers who unselfishly give their time to help us produce the tour I know you will enjoy. Enjoy the best of what Santa Fe has to offer, and begin pursuing the dream of a beautiful home built (or remodeled) by one of Santa Fe’s finest contractors. Hope to see you on the tour!

Douglas Maahs D Maahs Construction, LLC Chair, Haciendas—A Parade of Homes

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Introducing Our 2015 Sponsors

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2014 Award Winners & 2014 Grand Green: Green Star Builders

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A Parade of Tile

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2014 Grand Hacienda: Frank Yardman Construction

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Welcome to the 2015 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes

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Parade Maps

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Judging & Awards

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2015 Parade Entries

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Great Expectations

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Building a Better Canale

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What's Hot!

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ShowHouse Santa Fe

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WERS Gains Momentum

2015 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes Committees Publisher Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association

President, Bella Media Group Bruce Adams

Associate Publisher B.Y. Cooper

Editor Amy Gross

Graphic Design Sybil Watson, Michelle Odom, Holly Pons

© 2015 Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or part without written permission by the publisher is strictly prohibited. Printed in the USA. The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association 1409 Luisa Street, Suite A Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 505-982-1774 • fax 505-982-0238 sfahba.com

Magazine Committee Kim Shanahan, June Scott, David Wilkinson, Lourdes Yañez

SFAHBA

Haciendas magazine is provided by the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association (SFAHBA). Every effort was made to ensure accuracy in the information provided. The association and the publisher assume no responsibility or liability for errors, omissions, or changes. The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association is a trade association that offers opportunities for its members to display their products and services. We make no representation, expressed or implied, regarding the qualifications of our members and/or advertisers or the quality of their products and services, but we invite you to examine them for yourself.

Parade Chair

Douglas Maahs (D Maahs Construction LLC)

Builder Committee

Emily Mascarenas, Chair (HUB International), Jason Rogers (Builders Source), Marilyn Williams (ProBuild), Eluid Herrera (Counter Intelligence)

Marketing Chair

Laura Gallegos (Washington Federal)

Judging Committee

Joe Gammon, Chair (House Incorporated), Teri Buhl (Beacon Consulting), Katherine Mortimer (City of Santa Fe), Janet Saint (Dahl Plumbing)

Sponsor Committee

Bill Deuschle, Chair (Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions), Jennifer Ashton (Jennifer Ashton Interiors), Laura Gallegos (Washington Federal), Emily Mascarenas (HUB International), Jason Rogers (Builders Source), Janet Saint (Dahl Plumbing), Laura Starkey-Garrido (Hutton Broadcasting)

Home Renderings William Rotsaert

Home Photography

Katie Johnson (Katie Johnson Photography)

Events

Bella Media Group Pacheco Park, 1512 Pacheco St, Ste D-105, Santa Fe, NM 87505, 505-983-1444.

Eluid Herrera (Counter Intelligence), Buddy Roybal & Steven Snell (Coronado Paint & Decorating)

This is the official 2015 Resource Guide for the 2015 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes. Order single copies: $15+S&H through sfahba.com.

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PALO SANTO DESIGNS LLC

Photography by Kate Russell

Award-Winning Design Build Contractor

BEST OF HOUZZ.COM 2013–2015 Best Design

HACIENDAS A PARADE OF HOMES 3x Winner Grand Green Award 2x Winner Best Craftsmanship Award 3x Winner Best Site & Resource Efficiency Award

USGBC-NM GREEN BUILT TOUR 2013 Best New Construction 2012 Best Sustainable Landscape & Site Award

505-988-7230 www.palosantodesigns.com ENDURING QUALITY DISTINCTIVE DESIGN SUSTAINABLE LIVING


Customer Testimonials

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What Our Clients Have to Say

Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions not only met our goals, it helped us discover problems that needed solutions to protect and enhance our property and our house...so we totally relied on Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions and we were never disappointed—in fact we were delighted because it was as though Bill and Chuck were treating the property and house as their own! —The Johnson Residence, Santa Fe, NM

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We’ve had experiences where the contractor was just that. . .a contractor. These guys do a project as if they are going to live in the place. They are very finicky in terms of aesthetics, they pay incredible attention to detail and they deliver way above what they commit to in terms of quality and without those disappointing extra “cost surprises” that seem to characterize many home improvement projects these days. —The Reitz Residence, Santa Fe, NM

Parade of Homes Winner ✦ People’s Choice Award ✦ Outstanding Historic Restoration

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Introducing: Our

2015 Sponsors

Please join us in extending a warm thank you to the sponsors of the 2015 Haciendas–A Parade of Homes. These sponsors are vital to the success of our event, as each contributes time and financial assistance that makes Haciendas–A Parade of Homes one of the year’s most exciting opportunities for home buyers, builders, designers, architects, and remodelers.

Platinum sponsors

Platinum sponsor

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Positive Energy Positive Energy Solar is New Mexico’s leading residential and commercial solar installer and the most experienced and highly certified company in New Mexico. Find out why it Pays to be Positive™. 505-428-0069, positiveenergysolar.com

Century Bank Century Bank is honored to have been a part of the City of Santa Fe for over 125 years. We continue to support our community and its rich traditions. 505-992-1200, centurynetbank.com

HUB International Our name says international, but we live and work right here in Santa Fe. HUB International New Mexico has grown from a small business to a top 10 global insurance broker by providing exceptional local service and leveraging expert resources. With years of experience doing business across New Mexico, we offer products and services that protect your business, employees, and your home. Let us help you protect the people and things you value most. HUB International Insurance Services, 2044 Galisteo, Suite 2, Santa Fe, NM 87505, 505-982-4296

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Builders Source Appliance Gallery Builders Source Appliance Gallery is New Mexico’s premier appliance distributor, serving home building professionals with exceptional products, competitive pricing, unparalleled service, and four inspiring showrooms in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Las Cruces, and El Paso. Builders Source, 505-982-5563 builderssource.com


SILVER sponsors

BRONZE sponsors

Copper sponsors Architectural Metal Products

H and S Craftsmen, LLC

D Maahs Construction, LLC

Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling

Dazzling Displays, LLC

FastSigns

MEDIA sponsors

Southwestern homes

inspiration ideas resources

Award sponsors PAINT AND DECORATING

Statements In Tile/Lighting/ Kitchens/Flooring Award for Best Design Southwest Landscaping Materials Award for Best Outdoor Living Space

The Firebird Award for Best Water Efficiency

Counter Intelligence Award for Best Craftsmanship

Coronado Paint & Decorating Award for Best Master Suite

Villanueva Granite, Inc Award for Best Kitchen

Southwest Spray Foam Award for Best Energy Efficiency sfahba.com

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Reinventing Western Classics

Fiesta

Over 25 Santa Fe interior designers will collaborate to re-invent the Western Classics of leather, denim and suede and will celebrate the uniqueness of Southwestern luxury and sophistication. All of this will take place under one historic roof: at the Frank Applegate Estate originally built in the 1700’s.

Fiesta Ticket: $100

Come enjoy the best Home Tour of Santa Fe!

ShowHouse Santa Fe Designers

Jennifer Ashton – Jennifer Ashton Interiors Catherine Clemens – Clemens & Associates Pam Duncan, Gloria Devan and Buffy Kline – Wiseman, Gale & Duncan Jeff Fenton, Chris Martinez & Kendra Henning – Reside Home Heather and Matt French – French & French Interiors Leslie Hall – Leslie Hall Art & Design Emily Henry – Emily Henry Interiors Kris Lajeskie – Kris Lajeskie Design Karen Lankford – Box to Beautiful Kim McIntosh – ACC Fine Furnishings Gloria Moss – The Moss Collection David Naylor – David Naylor Interiors Erica Ortiz – NeuBleu Interior Design Chandler Prewitt – Chandler Prewitt Design Karen Rizzo – R Interior Design and Consultation Megan Smith, Robin Smith & Janen Korth – Smith Design llc Patti Stivers and Virginia Smith – Stivers and Smith Marty Wilkinson – Metamorphosis Jessica Savage – Savage Design Levia O’Neill – LOV Interior Design Studio Karen Earle Browne – Artist in Residence

Friday, October 2nd 6 – 9 pm • ‘Lux New Mex’ Food & Drink • Music & Merriment • 1st Public Debut of Home!

Home Tour Saturday, October 3rd 11 am – 6 pm Sunday, October 4th 11 am – 4 pm Saturday, October 10th 11 am – 6 pm Sunday, October 11th 11 am – 4 pm Home Tour Ticket: $25

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Making an Impact!

A benefit for Dollars for Schools – Helping provide basic needs to nearly 2000 students in 18 Santa Fe schools

Presented by Santa Fe Properties | Luxury Portfolio International and Realtors Deborah Bodelson and Cary Spier in partnership with ShowHouse Santa Fe 2015! Special thank you to Alex Hanna / Invisible City Designs

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The 2014 Grand Hacienda, a collaboration between Frank Yardman Construction and several of Santa Fe’s top home design professionals, combines contemporary design with gracious indoor/outdoor living. Read all about this singular residence on page 28. Cover photograph by Katie Johnson (katiescamera.net).

Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association haciendasmagazine.com • sfahba.com

2015 Board of Directors Executive Committee President Mark Giorgetti

Remodelers Council Chair Brandon Snoy

First Vice President Teri Buhl

Treasurer Ray Gee

Second Vice President Joe Gammon

Secretary Harmon Burttram

Associate Vice President Jason Rogers

Immediate Past President Bill Roth

Board of Directors Builder Members: Chuck Caswell, Bill Deuschle, Douglas Maahs, Bill Kurtz, Steve Onstad, Aaron Shultz, Ted Swisher, Bruce Thompson, Marshall Thompson, Don Wallis. Associate Members: HB Beltran, Michael Elman, Orlando Gonzales, Amanda Hatherly, Emily Mascarenas, Bret McClanahan, Dave Meenan, Matt Segura. Ex-Officios: Peter Merrill, Wayne Nichols. Staff Executive Officer Kim Shanahan Administrative Director June Scott The 2014 Grand Hacienda, in Sundance Ridge Estates.

Administrative Assistant Lourdes Yañez

The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association 1409 Luisa Street, Suite A Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 505-982-1774 • fax 505-982-0238 sfahba.com

SFAHBA and Community Outreach

At-Risk Youth Educational Programs SFAHBA continues working to support and mentor at-risk youth enrolled with two local recipients of U.S. Department of Labor YouthBuild grants. Santa Fe Community College and Santa Fe YouthWorks both won million-dollar grants to help train at-risk youth in construction trades, provide GED education, and offer small monthly stipends. SFAHBA members pride themselves on keeping abreast of leading-edge green building science and are eager to pass on this knowledge to the next generation. Spanish-Speaking Subcontractor Outreach We are very excited about the success of SFAHBA’s recent outreach efforts with the predominantly Spanish-speaking subcontractor population of Santa Fe. Our July subcontractor appreciation event at Ashbaugh Park pulled together many from diverse cultural backgrounds with one common goal: to increase integration among our skilled artisans, contractors, and vendors, share best practices, and break down barriers to collaboration. These initiatives have been driven by the leadership of SFAHBA President Mark Giorgetti (Palo Santo Designs LLC). 20

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DreamCatcher Educational Foundation The DreamCatcher Educational Foundation provides financial scholarships to SFAHBA members, their employees, and dependents for continuing education in building science and related subjects. Funds are raised through donations, grants, and other tax-deductible contributions. An independent board of directors administers the funds and approves applications. For more information, contact SFAHBA Executive Officer Kim Shanahan at kim@sfahba.com. Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity A strong bond exists between Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association and Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity. Santa Fe Habitat utilizes an almost entirely volunteer crew—plus “sweat equity” provided by the homeowner—to build energy-efficient, affordable homes. Many members contribute their time, energy, and resources to produce homes in keeping with our local Habitat’s high standard of excellence. Learn more at santafehabitat.org.

SANTA FE HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association and its members proudly support these community programs.


The 2014 Award Winners Grand Hacienda

Woods Design Builders (Canyon Road) (Category 3)

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Counter Intelligence Award for Best Craftsmanship: Wollens Quality Homes (Category 1) Green Star Builders (Category 2) Woods Design Builders (Canyon Road) (Canyon 3)

Frank Yardman Construction Green Star Builders SPECIAL AWARDS Outstanding Historic Remodel: Woods Design Builders (Canyon Road) Exceptional Value: RayLee Homes

Santa Fe Custom Works & Great Spaces Award for Best Design: Wollens Quality Homes (Category 1) Green Star Builders (Category 2) Frank Yardman Construction (Category 3) Villanueva Granite Award for Best Kitchen: Bill Roth Plastering (Category 1) Woods Design Builders (Basin View Court) (Category 2)

Frank Yardman Construction (Category 3)

Southwest Landscaping Materials Award for Best Outdoor Living Space: Wollens Quality Homes (Category 1) Tierra Concepts (Category 2) Frank Yardman Construction (Category 3) Coronado Paint & Decorating Award for Best Master Suite: Borrego Construction (Category 1) Woods Design Builders (Basin View Court) (Category 2)

GREEN AWARDS Platinum Sky Construction Award for Best Energy Efficiency: Green Star Builders (under 2,100 sq. ft.) Satzinger Design, Inc. (over 2,100 sq. ft.)

The Firebird Award for Best Water Efficiency: Bill Roth Plastering (under 2,100 sq. ft.) Satzinger Design, Inc. (over 2,100 sq. ft.) EverGreen Building Solutions Award for Best Indoor Air Quality: Green Star Builders (under 2,100 sq. ft.) Palo Santo Designs (over 2,100 sq. ft.) SPECIAL GREEN AWARD Best Envelope Performance: Palo Santo Designs LLC

2014 GRAND GREEN AWARD for Excellence in Green Building: Green Star Builders Gries, a former Grand Hacienda winner, works exclusively on projects earning Build Green New Mexico’s highest rating, Emerald, and this home is no exception. It uses only seven percent of the energy required by a similar structure and about 70 percent of the water, thanks to the graywater drip system feeding the xeric landscaping. The fulfillment of goals for the property dovetailed with a harmonious collaboration between builder, designer, and homeowner. For Gries, the process was, from start to finish, “an absolute pleasure. I love what we created together.”—Eve Tolpa

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Environmental awareness informs every aspect of 2014’s Grand Green home, constructed by Jesse Gries of Green Star Builders using plans by designer Stephen Beili. The client, who worked closely with Gries and his team from day one, wanted to downsize to a healthful, energy-efficient home. The house’s primary building material is Faswall, made with 85 percent recycled content and boasting insulation value on par with adobe. Solar panels on the roof provide the majority of power, and south-facing windows offer warmth while maximizing panoramic mountain views.

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Plaza Living

Santa Fe Style

Heart & Soul of Santa Fe This is your opportunity to experience Santa Fe in a whole new way with comfortable modern living in the historic downtown district. Relax in the Paseo North courtyard or stroll to the plaza and enjoy. Take this limited opportunity to be involved in these four carefully designed homes with elevator access, underground parking and a soothing common space to sit and enjoy evening sunset vistas. Paseo North is providing finish selections while two homes are available for Early Bird reservations. Visit paseonorth.com for more information.

McDOWELL PROPERTIES INC.

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Cody North 505.699.9858 buildnorth@gmail.com truenorthbuildersnm.com

Doug McDowell For sales 505-690-9999 doug@mcdowellproperties.com


By Amy Gross

A Parade of Tile Today’s tile trends are about shape, texture, and metal

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When you choose Pella, you’re working with an industry leader with more than 90 years of experience. - Locally owned and operated in Albuquerque - Wood, fiberglass or vinyl windows and patio doors - Fiberglass, Steel or Wood entry door systems

Above: Jesus Salas of Versatile LLC took apart some 100 pieces of imported Italian marble—the pigments are natural—to create this delicate backsplash for Zachary & Sons Homes. “I wanted to create a Tuscan-style mosaic and add a pinch of Santa Fe,” says Salas, who enjoyed the process of “starting with something already created and then taking it apart to build something unique.”

ile and Southwestern home design go hand-in-hand—always have. But where “Santa Fe style” was once dictated by Talavera and hand-painted whimsy, tile and backsplash choices in Northern New Mexico have matured and evolved to reflect the growing number of homeowners opting for more modern interiors within their traditional adobe shells. A few years ago, says Kim D. White, owner of Statements In Tile/Lighting/Kitchens/Flooring, homeowners seeking new tile were playing colors off each other. “Now it’s more about texture—like the sleekness and sparkly quality of glass against the combed look of stone,” she says. “Texture adds interest.” Trending now, says White: large-format tile, hexagonal shapes (“very hip!”), metal tiles, and metal finishes. Indeed, some of those trends appeared in homes on the 2014 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes tour. Here are a few you may have seen last year.

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Above: Working with Borrego Construction, Jennifer Ashton of Jennifer Ashton Interiors chose this slate and glass kitchen backsplash “for its ‘wow’ factor—the boldness of the pattern against the white cabinets,” she says. “I also really liked the warm and cool contrast in it and its masculine nature. It looks great in a clean kitchen.” Left: According to Kim D. White of Statements, the manufacturer of this ceramic tile presses a pattern into wet clay to produce the uniform design; glaze then settles into the surfaces to create the glossy, textural finish. Satzinger Design, Inc. used the geometric tile, in an intriguing pattern of neutral colors, in their Parade home’s coolly elegant master bath.


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Above: The soothing, oyster blue metallic mosaic of this shower niche stands out nicely against the subtle gray field tile of the shower walls. “And it’s right off the shelf at Home Depot for a high-end look for less!” says designer Jennifer Ashton, who created the look for Borrego Construction’s Parade home.

Above: The owners of Green Star Builders’ Parade home were “looking for something kinda cool,” for their master bathroom shower, says Judith Reeder of Allbright & Lockwood. They found it in Interceramic’s 16 x 24" Habitat Optical Insert tile in “Marrone.” A solid field tile from the same color family complements it on another shower wall, notes Reeder.


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2014 Grand Hacienda

The Dream Team Delivers Frank Yardman Construction earns the top Parade honor for their warm contemporary masterpiece

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Frank Yardman Construction form of a butterfly roof. The clients had initially wanted a pitched roof, but subdivision covenants wouldn’t allow one, so Hoopes simply inverted the design. The result is a perfectly executed and unusual (for Northern New Mexico) visual element in the main living area that draws the eye upward toward clerestory windows—and from the exterior, says Frank, “the parapets cover up and hide the pitch.” Another of the standout features is the custom-made, glass-enclosed wine storage area adjacent to the dining room. With its own cooling system and specially reinforced shelving, it holds about 1,000 bottles and is a showpiece unto itself. In many ways, it’s the master suite that really exemplifies the clients’ preferences, both aesthetic and practical. “Since the home is so open, they wanted something small and intimate for them,” says Frank. Quite fittingly, a two-sided mirror hangs in the master bath that reflects the Jemez on one side and the Sangres on the other. Private offices at either end of the house also take advantage of the couple’s preferred views. Fourth-generation Santa Feans and third-generation builders (their late father, Frank J. Yardman Jr., started the company in 1983), Frank and Penny are very aware of upholding their family’s longstanding regional reputation, but they’re more than comfortable working in a variety of architectural styles. “We’re born and raised here, and we love the Pueblo style, but we also embrace the contemporary,” Frank notes. Indeed, for this thoroughly modern residence—their clients’ dream home—he says, “we really tried to think about everything in a very smart and sophisticated way.”

The centerpiece of the living area is the glass-enclosed wine room. Pass-through shelving, which deftly separates the dining area from the living spaces, displays sculpture and other objets d’art.

Square corners, steel accents, and abundant glass speak to Craig Hoopes’s contemporary architecture, which is perfectly complemented by the simple yet powerful landscaping from Serquis + Associates. Rift white oak cabinetry, a Euro-style hood, globe pendant lights, and two types of countertop materials—a lightcolored Caesarstone and a leathered black granite—are among the contemporary finishes chosen by Annie O’Carroll Interior Design for the kitchen. Opposite, top: The great room, with its wall of stacked quartzite in soft desert hues, captures views on three sides.

Frank Yardman Construction’s 2014 Awards: • Grand Hacienda • Best Design • Best Outdoor Space • Best Master Suite sfahba.com

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Welcome to the

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A Parade of homes August 14–16 and August 21–23 Open Houses 11 am–6 pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Twilight Tour—Friday, August 21 from 4–9 pm

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Tickets are $15. Twilight tour is free. For ticket information, visit sfahba.com or purchase at any participating home.

Download the Parade App!

SFAHBA and the 2015 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes Committee is excited to be adding cutting-edge technology to this year’s event with the launching of a Parade of Homes mobile app. Starting in July, look for the free download in the App Store for Android and iPhone. Each home on the Parade will have its own page with lots of details about the home and the builder or architect. It’s a great way to explore, plan, and share with friends your Parade of Homes tour. Also look for turn-byturn driving directions to each home, as well as links to the builders and our Parade sponsors and advertisers. Please try out the new app (remember, it’s free!) and share your feedback and experiences with SFAHBA. Our goal is to deliver hands-on content about the Parade during the event and beyond, to offer you a better Parade of Homes experience. 30

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MAP A Woods Design Builders.......................................pg. 36 Madera Builders, LLC...........................................pg. 38 M43 LLC..............................................................pg. 40 Tierra Concepts...................................................pg. 42 Woods Design Builders......................................pg. 44 Homewise...........................................................pg. 46 Hurlocker Homes................................................pg. 48 Zachary & Sons Homes.....................................pg. 50 Sivage Homes.................................................pg. 52 Tierra Concepts...................................................pg. 54

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head north on Hwy 84 north/285 north to Exit 168 (Monte Sereno/ Opera Drive). Turn left onto Avenida Monte Sereno and then left onto Monte Sereno Drive. Make a left onto Valle Sereno, then a quick right onto Tesuque Overlook.

take US 84 north/285 north to 599 south. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, heading right. Proceed almost a mile and turn right onto Fin Del Sendero. After 1.2 miles make a slight right onto Lluvia De Oro. Turn left onto Paseo De Agulia, then right onto Punta Del Cazador. (505-660-8801)

St. Francis/Hwy 84 north to 599 South. Take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right (north). Turn right onto Fin Del Sendero and then take the first right onto Vista Serena. Right onto Vista Sandia.

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area, take 285 north and exit at the 599 bypass. Exit at Ridgetop Road and take a left. Take first left on Pi単on Bluffs. Left onto Bluffs Lane. (505-412-0704)

area, take US 84/285 north to 599 south. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Turn right onto Fin Del Sendero, then right on Lluvia De Oro, left on Paseo De Agulia, and then left on Sobre Los Cerros. (505-780-1157)

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6 Homewise 17 Via Optima Directions: From the downtown area, take US 285/US 84 north to 599 south.Take 599 south and exit Camino La Tierra, turning right. Make an immediate left onto the 599 frontage road. Turn right onto Via Tessera, then left around the circle onto Via Summa and left onto Via Optima. (505-983-9473)

7 Hurlocker Homes 2 Light Air Directions: From the downtown area, take 84/285 north and take the 599 south exit. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right. Proceed to Wildflower Drive and turn left. Stay on Wildflower for 2.1 miles, turning left onto La Vida Trail, and then left onto Light Air.


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1713 D Montano Street Directions: From the downtown area, take St. Francis/84 south to Agua Fria west (turn right) and proceed 1.3 miles. Left onto Velarde Street. Go to dead end at Montano Street and turn right. Turn left at the end of the road and cross over the bridge to the house. (505-795-5992)

north to 599 south. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Follow the signs to Las Campanas Drive and turn left onto Las Campanas. Proceed 2.7 miles to Paseo Aragon and turn right. The home is .7 mile ahead on the right. (505-780-1157)

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13 Estancia Homes 119 Rancho Viejo Blvd. Directions: From the downtown area, head south on Cerrillos to South St. Francis/US 84 South. Turn right (west) onto Sawmill, then right onto Rodeo. Proceed on Rodeo to Richards, turning left (south). Pass Santa Fe Community College and make a right onto Avenida Del Sur. Right onto Rancho Viejo Blvd. (505-239-5990)

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17 Alarid Contracting, LLC 616 #E East Alameda Directions: From the downtown area, head east on Alameda to Delgado Street. Turn right onto Delgado, cross the bridge, and make an immediate left onto East Alameda (dirt road). Park on Delgado, Alameda, or the paved part of Alameda, being respectful of neighbors’ driveways. (505-577-2335)

18 Woods Design Builders 14 Barbara Felix Architecture + Design, LLC / August Construction 1828 Cristobal Lane Directions: From the downtown area, take Old Santa Fe Trail to Camino Pinones and turn right. Left onto Camino Corrales, then right onto Cristobal Lane. Pass the Santa Fe Tennis & Swim Club and stay on Cristobal, even around sharp turns. House will be on the left. (505-988-2854)

135 Camino Escondido Directions: From the downtown area, take Alameda east to Paseo De Peralta. Turn right on Paseo De Peralta then left onto Canyon Road.The second left is Camino Escondido; house is on the right. Park on the street only.

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Among other honors, Woods Design Builders earned the Villanueva Granite Award for Best Kitchen for their meticulous remodel and restoration of a historic Canyon Road home. Crisp, bright, and appointed with modern amenities, the kitchen showcases contemporary interior design within a traditional Southwestern exterior.

JU D GI NG A ND A WARDS + DATE S AND TIME S HACIENDAS—A PARADE OF HOMES IS A COMPETITION

AUGUST 14–16 AND 21–23

Each of the homes on the tour will be judged by local experts—builders, architects, past Haciendas winners, and Realtors. The judges will evaluate each of the homes in different price categories for:

Homes are open 11 am–6 pm Friday–Sunday. From 4–9 pm on Friday, August 21, select homes will be open for the Twilight Tour. The words “Twilight Tour” appear at the top of each builder page for homes that are participating. We do our best to ensure that maps and directions are accurate, and we place directional signs to help you find each home. Each home will also have a Haciendas—A Parade of Homes sign out front. And don�t forget to download the Parade App!

GRAND HACIENDA The overall “Best of Show” award is called the Grand Hacienda. This award goes to the entry, in any price category, that is the most memorable and outstanding. BEST CRAFTSMANSHIP Quality of workmanship, integration of materials, functionality, and sustainability. BEST DESIGN Circulation, livability, site planning, innovation, and conveniences. BEST OUTDOOR LIVING Integration of inside/outside, utilization of views, landscaping, and efficient use of natural materials. BEST KITCHEN Functionality, surface materials, and conveniences.

BEST MASTER SUITE

Circulation, materials, comfort, and beauty. BEST WATER EFFICIENCY Homes are certified by independent, thirdparty WERS raters who will score indoor potable water usage and factor in outdoor water efficiency measures (see “WERS Gains Momentum,” page 78). BEST ENERGY EFFICIENCY Homes are certified by independent, third-party HERS raters. Award will be determined by analyzing “inside envelope” HERS rating and adding it to any site-based renewable energy production. THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD As you tour the homes, think about which one you think should be the Grand Hacienda. Then vote for your favorite entry at sfahba.com or on the Parade App.

THE AWARDS GALA will be held at La Fonda on Tuesday, August 18, when all awards will be presented. Be sure to tune into a live broadcast from the Grand Hacienda home on Sunday, August 23 (12:00 noon) on KTRC 1260 AM.

PARADE TICKETS The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association is proud to support youth organizations in the Santa Fe Community. Members of local high school sports teams will be the Ambassadors of Haciendas—A Parade of Homes. A portion of the ticket proceeds enables youth athletic teams to pay for away games and purchase equipment items they would otherwise not be able to afford. Additionally, for each ticket purchased through the Lensic box office (505-988-1234), $2 will be donated to the Lensic Youth Education and Outreach Program. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the Lensic box office, at any of the homes on the tour, and through sfahba.com. Tickets are valid for all the homes for all days. PLEASE NOTE While all the builders in the Parade work hard to complete their homes by the deadline, unforeseen circumstances may prevent some homes from being 100 percent complete. However, these homes may still be open. Visit sfahba.com. sfahba.com

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1 2950 Tesuque Overlook, Monte Sereno HOME FEATURES

Elevated Santa Fe Living A 450-foot curving, uphill driveway leads to one of the highest home sites in Monte Sereno. The site was challenging, says Woods Design Builders, but the reward is clear: jaw-dropping, 360-degree views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the Badlands. This extraordinary, classic Pueblo-style home has it all. Exquisite details include Indian rice stone walls in the office and powder room, reclaimed chestnut flooring, reclaimed terra-cotta stone in the entry and hallway, and gorgeous antique doors. Be sure to check out the custom wine room, the flagstone patio area with its built-in hot tub, and the homeowners’ classic Western and cowboy art and décor. Thoughtful Woods touches include custom bunk beds in the kids’ room (crafted by a cabinetmaker), a romantic balcony off the master bedroom for the enjoyment of coffee and sunsets, and a comfortable, open kitchen with painted glaze cabinetry. In case you were wondering, this is Santa Fe living at its best.

• Perfectly sited to capture breathtaking, 360-degree views • Elegant Pueblo style with livable features • Reclaimed wood floors and terra-cotta stone • Wine room, fitness room, and other custom spaces

price: N/A lot size: 2.0 acres heated sq. ft.: 4,364 total sq. ft.: 5,945 designer: Woods Design Builders

About the builder: Family-owned-and-operated Woods Design Builders has called Santa Fe home for 36 years. The hallmarks of a Woods designed-and-built home include quality materials and finishes, pride in craftsmanship, cuttingedge energy efficiency and green technology, and impeccable details. See why their clients often say, “When I go into a Woods home, I feel as though I’ve come home.” 36

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Driving Directions: From the downtown area, head north on Hwy 84 north/285 north to Exit 168 (Monte Sereno/Opera Drive). Turn left onto Avenida Monte Sereno and then left onto Monte Sereno Drive. Make a left onto Valle Sereno, then a quick right onto Tesuque Overlook.


Regional & National Press Recognition

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We made the cover!

WESTERN ART & ARCHITECTURE

“… Santa Fe’s oldest family-owned design build firm continues to build clients’ dream homes in a variety of styles.”

TREND

“The firm is known for its award-winning project including a number of luxury residences featured in the recently released Woods Design Builders Celebrates 50 Homes in Las Campanas.”

photography by Kate Russell

Consistently the best Designing and building the finest homes in Santa Fe for over thirty-eight years

302 Catron Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501

505.988.2413

woodsbuilders.com

PHOENIX HOME & GARDEN

“It has all the features of an award winning home – a grand estate exquisitely restored to its historic New Mexico Territorial-style beauty, yet with st-century amenities and energy efficiency.”


2 553 Bluffs Lane, Piñon Bluffs at Las Estrellas HOME FEATURES

Modern Design from the Ground Up Contemporary meets comfortable in this wonderful home designed and built by Madera Builders. The steep lot was a challenge but offered great rewards: spectacular mountain and city views through the public areas, and rear bedroom privacy. The spacious, open and efficient floor plan features a two-sided, Neolith bar in the entertainer’s kitchen, elevated to set it apart from the prep-height island. The views are wonderful from that island, as they are from the living room, where a 12-foot sliding glass door and corner window opens to mountain vistas and plenty of space to enjoy Santa Fe outdoor living. The liberal use of steel adds an industrial feel to the exteriors, deliberately patinaed for an aged-in-place look. The interiors also focus on a modern, artful look as the homeowners are co-owners of Santa Fe’s Reside Home furniture and design showroom.

• Contemporary styling with steel accents fabricated by an onstaff blacksmith • 12-foot sliding glass door and corner window open to modern portal • 3-bedroom/2.5-bath open plan with unique central island and bar for entertaining • Designer finishes include wallpaper and textural wall panels

price: N/A lot size: .698 acres heated sq. ft.: 2,381 total sq. ft.: 3,653 designer: Madera Builders

About the builder: About the builder: Madera Builders specializes in custom projects that bring our clients’ visions to life. With a highly skilled group of longtime employees and subcontractors, Madera has been recognized with numerous awards for our new builds, remodels, and historic renovations, including two Grand Hacienda awards, Remodeler of the Year, and Builder of the Year.

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Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take 285 north and exit at the 599 bypass. Exit at Ridgetop Road and take a left. Take first left on Piñon Bluffs. Left onto Bluffs Lane.


Beauty... Elegance... Sophistication...

MADERA BUILDERS, LLC

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3 8 Punta Del Cazador, Las Cordilleras HOME FEATURES

Movement of Pattern and Texture There’s much to appreciate about this Spanish Pueblo–style home designed and built by M43 LLC. Architecturally stunning and exquisitely appointed, it also boasts 360-degree views of all of the major mountain ranges. In fact, those views can easily be enjoyed year-round thanks to two private courtyards and an outdoor fireplace that extend the outdoor living areas. Inside the home, rich colors, old world finishes and textures, and highly patterned granites create a visually textural experience and point to the home’s singular elegance. Stylish touches include beamed, tongue-and-groove ceilings in the living room; tall arched windows; custom cherry wood cabinets; and the brick floors that are a builder trademark. The home is protected with a state-of-the art smart security system. Green features include an insulated double skylight system, a 4,000-gallon water catchment system, a graywater system, and a photovoltaic array—proof indeed that elegance can go hand-in-hand with energy efficiency. About the builder: Jim Salopek, owner of M43 LLC, has been active in new home and commercial construction for over 38 years. Having worked practically every job in the residential construction industry, Jim believes in using the highest-quality products in his gracious custom homes, which meld timeless design with modern form and function. 40

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• Panoramic views of all the major mountain ranges • Extended outdoor living with two private courtyards • Architecturally stunning and richly appointed • PV array, whole-house air filtration system, water catchment system, and other green features

price: $850,000 lot size: 2.6 acres heated sq. ft.: 2,600 total sq. ft.: 4,426 design consultant: Carol Hamilton Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take US 84 north/285 north to 599 south. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, heading right. Proceed almost a mile and turn right onto Fin Del Sendero. After 1.2 miles make a slight right onto Lluvia De Oro. Turn left onto Paseo De Agulia, then right onto Punta Del Cazador.


exclusively represented by

Carol Hamilton

cell: 505-660-3507 office: 505-988-2533

Sotheby’s International Realty and the Sotheby’s International Realty logo are registered (or unregistered) service marks used with permission. Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc., Equal Housing Opportunity.

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Jim Salopek

p.o. box 32199 santa fe, nm 87594 cell: 505-660-8801 office: 505-473-0537 nm license # 371370 gb-98

www.M43finehomebuilding.com

38 years of designing and building fine homes. ..........experience Matters!


4 11 Sobre Los Cerros, Las Cordilleras HOME FEATURES

Contemporary Luxury Glass, steel, and views to die for drove the design of this one-of-a-kind custom home by Tierra Concepts. This is consummate Bob Zachry contemporary architecture, from the beveled entry cube and pivot door to the cantilevered, steelclad portals and exposed cast concrete walls. The home is expertly sited on a ridge, from which the living and dining rooms jut out and capture breathtaking views of the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountains. Oriented around the aptly named great room, the floor plan includes a modern luxury kitchen, a comfortable living room, and a dining area. Floor-toceiling windows and three sliding pocket walls open to portals and patios that bring the views that much closer, while numerous skylights ensure the plaster, in a modern white palette, is softly illuminated from above. If the architecture is interesting, so too is the interior design by Edy Keeler, who collaborated with Reside Home on the exquisite furnishings and elegant finishing touches. About the builder: Tierra Concepts has won the prestigious Grand Hacienda Award an unprecedented five times and has also received awards for best of show, best craftsmanship, best floor plan, best exterior, best kitchen, and best outdoor living space. Our passion is crafting quality homes that embody our clients’ creativity and vision. Eric, Keith, and Kurt 42

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• Striking contemporary architecture • Multiple sliding pocket walls open to patios and portals • Sweeping Sangre and Jemez views • Extensive use of steel, glass, and other modern finishes

price: $1,500,000 lot size: 2.5 acres heated sq. ft.: 3,420 total sq. ft.: 5,212 architect: Robert Zachry, AIA interior designer: Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take US 84/285 north to 599 south. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Turn right onto Fin Del Sendero, then right on Lluvia De Oro, left on Paseo De Agulia, and then left on Sobre Los Cerros.


Tierra Concepts is honored to have won an unprecedented 5 Grand Hacienda Awards get inspired :

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5 3125 Vista Sandia, Fin Del Sendero

Dreaming Green The design process alone took more than three years, but the effort was well worth it. The owners of this Pueblo-style home dreamed of retrofitting their original adobe to be as green as possible, and Woods Design Builders engineered their remodel—which earned an impressive -24 HERS rating—with characteristic finesse. “Going green” of course starts with recycling, and many of the original home’s old beams and interior doors were reused, along with reclaimed oak wood flooring. But the majority of this larger home’s green features are brand new and state-of-the-art, such as the geothermal system; the 20-kilowatt photovoltaic solar system; the 15,000-gallon cistern; the high-efficiency, Energy Star–rated appliances; and the SludgeHammer blackwater and graywater systems that irrigate the generously sized lot. A greenhouse conservatory was added to the premises for gardening. With green elements seamlessly integrated into classic Pueblo style, this is a home that’s a marvel of energy efficiency—and a dream realized.

HOME FEATURES • State-of-the-art green features integrated into a classic Pueblostyle home • -24 HERS rating for energy efficiency • 20-kilowatt photovoltaic system • SludgeHammer blackwater and graywater system • Geothermal system • Extra foam wall insulation inside and out for an R-value of 45

price: N/A lot size: 2.0 acres heated sq. ft.: 4,450 total sq. ft.: 6,452 designer: Woods Design Builders

About the builder: Family-owned-and-operated Woods Design Builders has called Santa Fe home for 36 years. The hallmarks of a Woods designed-and-built home include quality materials and finishes, pride in craftsmanship, cuttingedge energy efficiency and green technology, and impeccable details. See why their clients often say, “When I go into a Woods home, I feel as though I’ve come home.” 44

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Driving Directions: From the downtown area, head north on St. Francis/Hwy 84 north to 599 South. Take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right (north). Turn right onto Fin Del Sendero and then take the first right onto Vista Serena. Right onto Vista Sandia. The Woods Family


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6 17 Via Optima, Tessera

Elegant, Energy-Conscious Living The gracious outdoor living spaces of this two-story Homewise home offer sweeping views of the Sandia and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Opening into a spacious great room, the well-appointed kitchen features upgraded appliances, cabinetry, and countertops that make entertaining effortless. Three large bedrooms—including a master as well as a junior master suite—plus an office/ den and 3.5 baths offer personal comfort and space for everyone. The master suite is conveniently located on the entry level, while the junior master and guest rooms are downstairs for maximum privacy. Andersen low-E windows, a drip irrigation system, and many efficiency features offer energy-conscious living and lower energy costs. The community of Tessera is located just minutes from downtown Santa Fe with easy access to I-25 and 599. Residents enjoy community amenities such as generous open space, a multiuse trail system, and close proximity to La Tierra Trails, public golf, and more. About the builder: Homewise, Inc. is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help create successful homeowners so that they improve their financial well being and contribute to the vitality of our communities. Homewise empowers and supports clients with financial education, real estate development and sales, affordable mortgage lending, and refinance and home improvement lending. Mike Loftin 46

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HOME FEATURES • Gracious outdoor living spaces • Sweeping Sandia and Sangre de Cristo views • Master and junior master suites plus an office/den • Numerous efficiency features

price: $499,900 lot size: .5 acre heated sq. ft.: 2,497 total sq. ft.: 3,506 architect: Len Nobel Company

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take US 285/US 84 north to 599 south. Take 599 south and exit Camino La Tierra, turning right. Make an immediate left onto the 599 frontage road. Turn right onto Via Tessera, then left around the circle onto Via Summa and left onto Via Optima.


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Located in the artistic town of Santa Fe, Las Campanas sits on 4,700 secluded acres surrounded by high desert preserve and mountain views. Home to The Club at Las Campanas, a private club featuring a state-of-the-art Fitness Center complete with Tennis, Pools, and Spa, a world-class Equestrian Center, two award-winning Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses, and the Hacienda Clubhouse. Las Campanas is the spirit of community refined. One- to four-acre custom homesites from $100,000 to $395,000. Homes from the high $600,000s to $4.8 million.

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218 Camino La Tierra, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506 This promotional material is not intended to constitute an offering in violation of the law of any jurisdiction. Lot reservations or conditional sales only may be currently offered in certain neighborhoods. No binding offer to sell or lease this property may be made or accepted prior to delivery of a disclosure statement for the property that complies with applicable state law, including the New Mexico Subdivision Act. These materials and the features and amenities depicted herein are based upon current development plans, which are subject to change without notice. All lot owners are eligible to apply for membership to the private clubs; however, lot ownership is separate from club membership and does not provide any guarantee of acceptance. Additional membership fees and restrictions apply. Prices are subject to change without notice. Š2015 Las Campanas Residential Holdings, LLC and Las Campanas Realty, LLC. All rights reserved.


7 2 Light Air, La Mirada

adj.: made or done in a clever or original way Structural, clean geometries with lots of glass and steel define this simple yet stunning residence. Designed and sited on a La Mirada Subdivision view lot, the thin-framed windows capture all three mountain ranges. Visible steel inside and out reinforces a modern aesthetic including portal fascias, a showstopper “floating” staircase, two cantilevered portals, and an interior cantilevered wall. There is a rooftop deck at the top of the exterior stairs, to be used for stargazing by the homeowners. The open, elegant floor plan has big views from every major room. Highlights include custom cabinetry, waterfall countertops on the kitchen island and peninsula, wall-wash skylights, an induction cooktop, a pivot front door, a glass-paneled garage door, and a fire pit in the back patio.

HOME FEATURES • Sangre, Jemez, and Sandia views on three sides • Robert Zachry–designed contemporary with square edges and clean lines • Rooftop deck for stargazing with custom steel staircase • Lots of visible steel, glass, and plaster • Pivot door and slot wall in entry

price: N/A lot size: .968 acre heated sq. ft.: 2,492 total sq. ft.: 4,130 architect: Robert Zachry, AIA interior design: Edy Keeler,

About the builder: Michael Hurlocker of Hurlocker Homes prides himself on precise execution and a focus on detail that borders on obsessive. He is a perfectionist whose projects, spanning over 30 years in Santa Fe, speak for themselves in their lasting value. Michael’s personal involvement is complete, and his requirements for innovative design and impeccable execution are without comparison. HURLOCKER HOMES

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Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take 84/285 north and take the 599 south exit. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right. Proceed to Wildflower Drive and turn left. Stay on Wildflower for 2.1 miles, turning left onto La Vida Trail, and then left onto Light Air.


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3 Luna Media, Las Campanas Park Estates

Livable, Logical, and Light-Filled This light-filled contemporary home by Zachary & Sons, LLC, and Gregory Leon Baird is based on a custom “Lifestyle Analysis” of the clients and employs lots of glass and wall-washer skylights to naturally illuminate the expansive spaces. Varying ceiling heights create movement and drama and provide for spectacular golf course, ski basin, and mountain views. The logical sequence of spaces is reinforced by the consistent use of colors and materials, such as the clean-lined, cherry wood cabinetry and black sculpted quartz countertops in the kitchen and bathrooms. Contemporary art and furnishings are juxtaposed with 18th- and 19th-century European antiques and Pueblo pottery. There is an easy marriage of clean, contemporary lines with textural accents, such as the Anasazi-style stone that surrounds the 15-foot fireplace. The chef’s kitchen features high-end appliances and the latest in under-counter lighting. A pass-through space from the indoor kitchen to the outdoor cooking area makes entertaining easy, and, like the many large windows strategically placed around the home, helps blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living. About the builder: In his 23rd year of building superior custom homes in Santa Fe, Zachary Shultz proudly welcomes sons Aaron Shultz and Josh Shultz—who represent the sixth generation of the family to build houses—to his established business. As Zachary & Sons LLC, the Shultz family promises to deliver “distinctive homes with a perAaron, Zachary, and Josh Shultz sonal touch.” 50

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HOME FEATURES • Natural flow between light-filled spaces • Consistent use of colors and materials throughout • Chef’s kitchen with the latest in under-counter lighting • Dramatic master bath with 12-foot wall-washer skylight

price: N/A lot size: 1.17 acres heated sq. ft.: 3,052 total sq. ft.: 5,132 designer: Gregory Leon Baird Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take US 84 north/285 north to 599 south. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right. In 2.3 miles, take a slight right to stay on Camino La Tierra, then bear left onto Las Campanas Drive. In 1.5 miles, turn right onto Clubhouse Drive. Follow Clubhouse Drive to Trailhead Drive and turn left. Follow the signs: Left onto Palomita Drive, left onto Via Pampa, slight left and then right onto Calle Mi Gusto, and right onto Luna Media.


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8 Camino De Colores, Las Melodias De Las Campanas HOME FEATURES

Southwestern Contemporary With an elegance that belies its livable, open-concept floor plan, this lovely residence by Sivage Homes features a rotunda foyer leading into a long gallery hall opening to the kitchen, dining room, and great room. A covered portal lies just beyond. The detailed blend of Southwestern-style design with rustic contemporary finishes employs large-format tile, hardwood floors, and a warmer palette. The kitchen—an entertainer’s dream—boasts high-end appliances that include a microwave drawer and an oversized island topped with slab granite. Look for other special touches throughout the home, such as sconce lighting, a vessel sink, and a tile-framed mirror in the powder room. The master bedroom’s large, walk-in closet is finished with a California Closets system, and the master bath features cherry cabinets in a charcoal finish, his-and-hers vanities, and a large, walk-in shower. Perfect for empty nesters, retirees, or second homeowners, this wonderful home is designed to lock and leave. Though with all this comfort and convenience, that might be hard to do.

About the builder:At Sivage Homes, we take the design of a home quite seriously, and always have. We don’t simply build homes; we create spaces for real people to live within. Our mission is to build high-quality homes with designs and features that meet the changing needs of the American lifestyle. Michael Sivage 52

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• Open, livable, Mezzo floor plan • Gallery hall leads to open areas • Great entertaining home with well-appointed kitchen and covered portal • Study option with double doors and wood floors

price: $670,000 lot size: .18 acres heated sq. ft.: 2,377 total sq. ft.: 3,390 designer: Sanchez Design Group Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take 84 north/285 north to 599 south. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Follow the signs to Las Campanas Drive and turn left onto Las Campanas. Proceed 2.7 miles to Paseo Aragon and turn right. At the fork, stay right (Paseo Aragon becomes a circle here). Follow around to Camino de Colores and turn right.


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60 Paseo Aragon, Las Campanas

You: Living Here Gracious living indoors and out is the hallmark of this home by Tierra Concepts. Designed in the builder’s signature contextual modern style that blends traditional and modern design, the home’s expansive window walls bring the golf course and Sangre de Cristo views right up to the large portal, adding tremendous living space to an already generous floor plan. From the moment of entry through the custom, handmade door, the home’s warmth is underscored by its exceptional tile, stone, and wood finishes, arranged in combinations that go well together by Annie O'Carroll. The thoughtfully designed and well-appointed kitchen features Wolf/Sub-Zero appliances; in the baths, floating cabinets open up those spaces. When the need for privacy arises, glass pocket doors close off the study from the public areas. But with three generous bedrooms and 3.5 baths, there’s plenty of breathing room for everyone—including your guests, who will enjoy the views from the portal as much as you will yourself. About the builder: Tierra Concepts has won the prestigious Grand Hacienda Award an unprecedented five times and has also received awards for best of show, best craftsmanship, best floor plan, best exterior, best kitchen, and best outdoor living space. Our passion is crafting quality homes that embody our clients’ creativity and vision. Eric, Keith, and Kurt 54

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HOME FEATURES • Exceptional finishes in combinations that work well together • Window walls expand indoor/ outdoor living • Huge living portal with golf course and Sangre views • Comfortable, contextual modern design

price: $999,000 lot size: .41 acre heated sq. ft.: 3,082 total sq. ft.: 4,560 designer: Tierra Concepts interior designer: Annie O’Carroll Interior Design

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take US 84/285 north to 599 south. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Follow the signs to Las Campanas Drive and turn left onto Las Campanas. Proceed 2.7 miles to Paseo Aragon and turn right. The home is .7 mile ahead on the right.


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1713 D Montano Street, Arroyo San Antonio

All Together Now . . . ! It’s clear that this home—a contemporary collaboration between the new Santa Fe design build firm Casa Tutti and Madera Builders—is a departure from the ordinary infill home. This thoughtfully designed small house on a uniquely rural site sparked the company’s name, “Casa Tutti.” It is indeed “all together,” both in visual appeal and energy efficiency, its compact design lending naturally to energy efficiency and the playful use of color, form, and natural light. Don’t let the imposing gray corrugated metal wall fool you. Casa Tutti’s materials give it a hip, “fun in the sun” attitude with orange columns, lime green walls, and vivid interior tile. Despite its modest size, this home exemplifies indoor/outdoor living and takes advantage of the Santa Fe climate with two distinct outdoor spaces. The living room flows seamlessly into an intimate courtyard with an outdoor fireplace. And from the front patio just off a home office, the owners can enjoy the sounds of water flowing through an arroyo and see the ribbon of greenery this precious resource affords the high desert. About the builder: Casa Tutti, Santa Fe’s newest design build firm, is pleased to enter its inaugural project, a collaboration with Madera Builders, into Haciendas—A Parade of Homes. Highlighting Dee Bangert’s and Aaron Bohrer’s philosophy of collaborative design with the construction expertise of Madera’s Gerry Barber, this home is a fun, hip, and thoroughly modern infill project you’re sure to enjoy. 56

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Dee Bangert & Gerry Barber

HOME FEATURES • Contemporary exteriors with stucco and metal-clad walls • Fun, colorful finishes inside and out • Water- and energy-efficient compact design • Outdoor living with court yards and 13-foot glass door

price: $402,500 lot size: .208 acre heated sq. ft.: 1,261 total sq. ft.: 1,442 architect: Aaron Bohrer, AIA

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take St. Francis/84 south to Agua Fria west (turn right) and proceed 1.3 miles. Left onto Velarde Street. Go to dead end at Montano Street and turn right. Turn left at the end of the road and cross over the bridge to the house.


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1571 Kachina Ridge Drive, Kachina Ridge

Quality Craftsmanship and a Convenient Location You’ll love the open floor plan of this modern Southwestern-style home offering three bedrooms and two baths. Attractive design elements include solid wood doors, 10-foot ceilings in the living room, a gas-fired fireplace with hand-troweled plaster, and granite countertops and solid wood cabinets in the kitchen. Nichos, skylights, and bullnose corners are lovely touches, and there’s a finished double-car garage as well. The views of the Sangres from the rear portal are incredible, and there’s another portal in the front. Extremely well insulated (rigid insulation on all exterior walls that have blown-in insulation), the home also features ducted evaporative cooling and high-efficiency hot water heating and forced air heating. Xeric landscaping helps keep water use to a minimum. Be sure to see this eminently livable home in Kachina Ridge. Close to schools, shopping, dining, walking trails, and the Chavez Center, it’s the perfect new home for the family who wants to be near everything Santa Fe.

HOME FEATURES • Granite countertops and solid wood cabinetry • Finished two-car garage • Extra insulated with highefficiency hot water heating • Great neighborhood in convenient, central location

price: $365,000 lot size: .127 acres heated sq. ft.: 1,776 total sq. ft.: 2,251 designer: Arch Sproul

About the builder: Arch Sproul brings an extensive variety of skills to his building, design, and remodeling business that sets him apart from other builders. Whether the home is in his own subdivision, Kachina Ridge, or a custom home in another area, Mr. Sproul, a.k.a. The Virginian, helps each client realize their dream of owning as well as creating their own Santa Fe home. 58

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Driving Directions: From the downtown area, head south on Cerrillos. At the first light past Richards, turn left onto Avenida De Las Americas. Proceed .2 mile and turn left into Kachina Ridge onto Kachina Ridge Drive. The home is on the left. Arch Sproul


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119 Rancho Viejo Boulevard, Rancho Viejo

Amenities Galore—At Home and in the Community Built in the Northern New Mexico style, this corrugated metal pitched-roof home in Rancho Viejo blends classic exteriors with comfortable, transitional interiors loaded with amenities such as oversized ceramic tile, a gas fireplace, a finished two-car garage, and forced air with air conditioning. Built by Estancia Homes, this residence is move-in ready and even landscaped in the front and backyards. You’ll love the designer kitchen, with its roomy, Samsung quartz–topped island, stainless steel appliances, and maple cabinetry. The master bath features a walk-in shower, floor-to-ceiling tile, and his-and-hers vanities. Enjoy the Santa Fe outdoors from your covered backyard patio. There are amenities outside the home, too. Rancho Viejo residents enjoy 11 miles of walking trails, neighborhood parks, a village market, and more. Conveniently located near schools, Santa Fe Community College, I-25, and the RailRunner, this home is perfect for first-time homebuyers, young families, or retirees, and for anyone who wants to have it all. .

HOME FEATURES • Classic pitched-roof home with transitional interiors • 3 bedrooms plus den and 2 full baths • Quartz-topped island in the designer kitchen • Gas fireplace in great room • Finished two-car garage and covered patio

price: $325,000 lot size: .24 acre heated sq. ft.: 1,630 total sq. ft.: 2,232 architect: Steve Stiemsma interior designer: Veronika Martinez, Ray’s Flooring

About the builder: Estancia Homes has been building in Rancho Viejo for the last four and a half years and provides acute attention to detail to satisfy every buyer's expectations. In this ever-growing, diverse, and thriving community, Estancia Homes provides high-quality housing while offering every homebuyer the opportunity to personalize their home. Estancia Homes builds with integrity. 60

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Alina Catanach & Cass Thompson

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, head south on Cerrillos to South St. Francis/US 84 South. Turn right (west) onto Sawmill, then right onto Rodeo. Proceed on Rodeo to Richards, turning left (south). Pass Santa Fe Community College and make a right onto Avenida Del Sur. Right onto Rancho Viejo Blvd.


14 1828 Cristobal Lane HOME FEATURES

Warm, Inviting Contemporary Another collaboration by Barbara Felix Architecture + Design and August Construction, this contemporary home is expertly sited to capture views of Sun Mountain. Located next to a walking trail and arroyo, the house nestles into the surrounding trees. Natural light pours into the home through well-placed windows and skylights providing for a bright and inviting space. An open floor plan includes two bedrooms and a flex room. In addition to the clean lines that mark contemporary design, the home utilizes veneer plaster, black walnut floors, natural stone countertops in the kitchen, and sliding barn doors. The liberal use of steel adds an edgy industrial element to the exterior canales and portal beams, living room shelving, and the Rumford-style wood-burning fireplace surround. Don’t be fooled by its contemporary label: This home is sophisticated, yet warm and inviting, with a formal courtyard in front and a more intimate seating area in back. About the builder: Barbara Felix and Justin Young have worked together on a number of standout building projects over the past 15 years. As the owners of Barbara Felix Architecture + Design, LLC and August Construction, LLC, respectively, they bring a combined 47 years of design and construction experience to every one of their residential and commercial collaborations. Barbara Felix Architecture + Design

• Square corners and clean-lined, modern design • Liberal use of steel accents in the portals and fireplace • Mountain and arroyo views through 14-foot living room ceilings • Two courtyards—one formal, one private

price: N/A lot size: 1.068 acres heated sq. ft.: 2,497 total sq. ft.: 3,967 architect: Barbara Felix, AIA

Barbara Felix & Justin Young

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take Old Santa Fe Trail to Camino Pinones and turn right. Left onto Camino Corrales, then right onto Cristobal Lane. Pass the Santa Fe Tennis & Swim Club and stay on Cristobal, even around sharp turns. House will be on the left. sfahba.com

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15 302 Camino Cerrito, Canyon Road

Graceful Canyon Road Living, Modernized Canyon Road street frontage for this Northern New Mexico pitched roof–style home offers a prime yet secluded central location to take advantage of everything Santa Fe. Made of genuine adobe, the home includes a guesthouse and two portals, one fronting Canyon Road behind a combination stucco wall and coyote fence. Inside, New Mexico modern aesthetics integrate clean edges, deep sills with divided light windows, and diamond plaster. The large, open floor plan melds the kitchen, living room, and dining area, while exposed vaulted beams draw the eye upward into the pitched roof. The warm, comfortable kitchen features Shaker-style cabinets and leathered granite countertops. There’s a full kitchen in the guesthouse as well, which connects to the main house via a courtyard graced with a mature apricot tree. Air conditioning, extra insulation, plus highly efficient appliances and heating ensure that this home will be comfortable year-round, with enviably low energy bills for one fortunate buyer. (Could that be you?)

HOME FEATURES • Large, open floor plan and exposed, vaulted beams • Leathered granite countertops • Guest house with full kitchen • Rear portal off the kitchen and master bath fronts Canyon Road

price: $1,125,000 lot size: .165 acre heated sq. ft.: 2,351 total sq. ft.: 2,870 designer: Percy Home Design & True North Builders

About the builder: Cody North is a fifth-generation builder who managed his family’s construction business for many years. Having learned the business side of the trades that are in his blood, Cody brings experience and knowledge to his own company, True North Builders, providing custom contractor and building services in Santa Fe.

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take East Alameda east to East Palace; turn right on Palace. Turn left onto Canyon and proceed .2 mile to Camino Cerrito. There is no parking at the house or on Camino Cerrito. Please park on Canyon. Cody North with Griffin

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Open House during Parade of Homes Only four units left starting in the mid $700s at 1020 Canyon Road Your Canyon Road dream realized! High efficiency, single level, open floor plans that merge style and charm effortlessly. You can immerse yourself in art, stroll from fire to fire on Christmas eve, and eat at the world class restaurants just steps away. Be closer and feel connected to the soul of Santa Fe.

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466 Camino Don Miguel

Brand New Home in a Historic Shell With a reconfigured interior by Claire Lange and Tom Treece, this 100-year-old jewel box cast off all awkward design elements during a thoughtful and comprehensive remodel by Arpad Builders. The home now boasts a flowing, redesigned floor plan with all rooms on the same level. Though the exterior is traditional Southwestern, a soft gray palette and new, larger windows give it a fresh, modern look inside. The compact kitchen features new appliances (including a microwave drawer), a granite-topped peninsula, and a tile backsplash. Other upgrades include updated electrical and plumbing; the addition of laundry space, a kiva fireplace, and closets; and an efficient mini-split heating and cooling system. Thinking green during the remodel, the team recycled any concrete that was demolished and transferred excavated dirt elsewhere to be used as fill. After “cleaning house” inside and out, the result was a brand new home within a 100-year-old shell. One mud plaster wall was left intact—homage to this charming home’s century-old history. About the builder: Starting as a cabinetmaker in 1972, Tom Treece developed an eye for quality and the ability to achieve it. A general contractor for the past 18 years and the owner of Arpad Builders, LLC, Tom brings those same skills to every project, honoring the ancient techniques and traditions of the Santa Fe Arpad Builders, LLC area. 64

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Tom Treece

HOME FEATURES • Old house on the outside; brand new on the inside • Logical, flowing floor plan and open feel • Contemporary kitchen and bath with high-end finishes • Updated electrical and efficient mini-split heating and cooling

price: $725,000 lot size: .07 acres heated sq. ft.: 950 total sq. ft.: 1,035 designer: Claire Lange

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take Paseo De Peralta east to Acequia Madre. Right onto Abeyta, quick left onto Camino Del Poniente, right onto Camino Don Miguel. Go past the house to Camino San Acacio; U-turn to park downhill on wider sections of Camino Don Miguel; walk to 466 Camino Don Miguel.


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Electrician Electric Aid, Inc electrical services 505-473-1285

Southwest Plastering Company, Inc

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Absolute Flooring and Interiors

Marvin Design Gallery by ClearOvations

Luella Trujillo, Designer 505-982-2228

Wall Finishing

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Guys Painting Company, Inc

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Barbara Vadurro Landscapes

Santa Fe Fine Finishing

paint and stain 505-473-0093

Integrity Windows and Doors 505-988-2001

Taylor Door & Hardware

wood doors and door hardware 505-988-2058

Lighting Fireplace Ken M Bush

masonry fireplace 505-660-6525

Framing Caliente Construction Corp framing and carpentry 505-438-4546

Form + Function interior lighting 505-820-7872

Plumbing Santa Fe By Design plumbing fixtures 505-988-4111

Glenn’s Plumbing and Heating plumbing 505-471-6565

Arpad Builders, LLC – General Contractor – 505-690-3804


17 616 #E East Alameda, Canyon Road

A Meeting of Classic and Contemporary Among the many Pueblo-style homes in the heart of the historic Canyon Road district, this brand new home by Alarid Contracting LLC is a rare jewel. Smooth, hard-troweled stucco walls and window shutters give the home an elegant “aged in place� feel, but inside, the liberal use of metal accents—copper, bronze, and aluminum—gray porcelain tile, cherry wood, and seven Odeon crystal chandeliers suggest midcentury and even Art Deco themes. The warm, inviting kitchen draws you in with its barrel-vaulted ceiling, classic white Shaker-style cabinets, and center island topped with thick, endgrain maple butcher block. Traditional Santa Fe touches, like the bedroom kivas and portals, offset the very contemporary baths. The home also boasts a fire sprinkler system, two air conditioning units, high-efficiency radiant heating and hot water systems, and extensive LED lighting throughout the house. A meeting of classic style with modern sensibilities, this is a residence for the most discerning homeowner. About the builder: Philip Alarid, an eighth-generation, native Santa Fean, has quietly been building homes in Santa Fe for the past 18 years. As the owner of Alarid Contracting LLC, his design philosophy blends local and regional trends together with the goal of function and livability. Mr. Alarid has established a niche that stands out in the Santa Fe     real estate market.� 66

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Phil & Kristie Alarid

HOME FEATURES • Ideal historic district location • Classic Santa Fe accents with modern finishes • Unique floor plan that separates living areas from bedrooms for added privacy • Portals in the courtyard and off master bedroom

price: $1,345,000 lot size: .14 acre heated sq. ft.: 2,110 total sq. ft.: 2,803 interior decor: NewLeaf Home Improvement

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, head east on Alameda to Delgado Street. Turn right onto Delgado, cross the bridge, and make an immediate left onto East Alameda (dirt road). Park on Delgado, Alameda, or the paved part of Alameda, being respectful of neighbors’ driveways.


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Alarid Contracting would like to thank the following for making this Parade home possible: LANB Dawson Surveys Newleaf Home Improvement HUB Insurance Donna Bailey CPA Jose Bracamontes Rojelio Tarango Ron Winters Evergreen Building Solutions Advanced Fire Sprinkler Co. Armenta’s Plumbing and Heating Affordable Comfort Systems Stock Building Supply Solo Construction JA Lath and Plaster Sierra Pacific Windows Mark’s Garage Door Service All State Electric John Tenuz Tile and Stone Santa Fe Custom Skylights Expert Painting Hicks Enterprises Millers Insulation High Pines Roofing Sherpa Stone Allbright and Lockwood Howard Mier Jorge Morales Jack Miller Exteriors In memorial: Tino Diaz

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135 Camino Escondido, Canyon Road

Updated Classic on Canyon This classic Territorial-style home off Canyon Road remained virtually unchanged from its original 1950s incarnation—until 2015. A complete remodel and thoughtful restoration by Woods Design Builders, 1,600 square feet of new construction were added to the original 1,200-square-foot space, expanding the living areas to redefine classic Santa Fe style. Lovely traditional accents include tumbled brick coping, white trim, divided light windows, a hand-painted Tabarka tile kitchen backsplash, four wood-burning fireplaces—one with an antique limestone surround from France—and a beautifully restored antique entry door. But the spacious, open floor plan is decidedly modern. So too are the leathered black granite countertops, antiqued white cabinets, floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room, Wolf/Sub-Zero kitchen appliance package, and 12-foot great room ceilings. The home is landscaped and sited on an unusually large Canyon Road lot with an equally uncommon garage. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a Woods home filled with all the meticulous touches the company is known for. About the builder: Family-owned-and-operated Woods Design Builders has called Santa Fe home for 36 years. The hallmarks of a Woods designed-and-built home include quality materials and finishes, pride in craftsmanship, cuttingedge energy efficiency and green technology, and impeccable details. See why their clients often say, “When I go into a Woods home, I feel as though I’ve come home.” 68

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HOME FEATURES • Steps from Canyon Road on generous lot • Expanded floor plan with no steps • Traditional Territorial style with completely updated interiors • Spacious living room, kitchen, and great room with 12-foot ceilings

price: $1,750,000 lot size: .25 acres heated sq. ft.: 2,800 total sq. ft.: 3,500 designer: Woods Design Builders

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take Alameda east to Paseo De Peralta. Turn right on Paseo De Peralta then left onto Canyon Road. The second left is Camino Escondido; house is on the right. Park on the street only. The Woods Family


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Build your dream home in Santa Fe! amazing downtown properties available

With 3 perfect lots in Santa Fe’s Historic Eastside, your dream to build “new” can now be realized. One of Santa Fe’s premier builders, True North Builders, is giving you this rare opportunity at placing your mark on this wonderful city. The present floor plans call for ver y livable contemporary homes. If you’ve been looking for a creative and historic property one of these may be right for you! Build to suit OR buy as a lot.

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538 East Palace Avenue 2934 sq. ft. – a 3 bedroom / 3 bathroom main house, a 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom guest house with kitchen, and a 2-car garage on .22 acres

659 East Palace Avenue 2493 sq. ft. – a 3 bedroom / 3 bathroom main house, a 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom guest house with kitchen, and a 2-car garage on .25 peekaboo view-filled acres

657 East Palace Avenue 2528 sq. ft. – 3 bedroom / 3 bathroom main house, a 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom guest house with kitchen, and a 2-car garage on .22 acres

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Great Expectations

By David Lupberger

Frank, early communication between builder and client is the key to a successful project

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ager and optimistic homeowners all have expectations when their homebuilding or remodeling job begins. Problems in custom building begin when those expectations are not met. In truth, one of a professional builder’s primary responsibilities is managing homeowner expectations, and understanding this very simple fact is the foundation for success for any project. Most homeowner complaints are not about the actual construction. In almost 90 percent of the complaints I’ve heard, negative comments are centered not on what happened during the project, but on what didn’t happen—specifically, promises that weren’t kept or expectations that weren’t met. When clients do not get what they think they’re going to get, they get upset. It is therefore in a builder’s best interest to be the one to set realistic expectations at the outset of a project. Custom building is a very challenging process. Homeowners not only need to understand the financial side of the process, but need to fully comprehend the emotional demands that will be placed on them throughout their project. They’ll be asked to make hundreds of design decisions, and every one will affect their budget. When someone tells me they are considering custom building, I ask them a series of questions before beginning any project. The first goes like this: “Wouldn’t it be easier to move to an existing home?” Homeowners committed to custom building have already addressed this question, but it never hurts to ask. The usual response is that they have thought about it, but they want to build something from scratch and be involved in the design and construction process. Okay. Next I’ll ask: “Have you ever done a big job like this before?” If they have, I’ll talk to them at length about that project. If they have not, I’ll ask: “Do you know anyone who has done a large project?” Even if your potential clients haven’t been through this process, they will undoubtedly know someone who has. And this is the process I want to review with them.

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I want them to repeat the stories they have heard and to talk with them about how difficult and challenging a custom project can be. For example, the realities of a remodeling project will involve having strangers in their house every day who will be doing a variety of tasks and making a lot of noise. If it’s summer, the homeowners are going to get hot, and if it’s winter, they’re going to get cold. There will be building materials coming in, and a lot of trash going out. Even with daily cleanups, their house will still get very dirty. They may be without a kitchen or bath for weeks, or longer. Virtually every routine they follow in their day-to-day lives will be interrupted. What clients also need to know is that custom building and remodeling comes with customary challenges, from dealing with 10 or 15 independent subcontractors at any time to inevitable delays in material deliveries. And what builders need to understand is that there is an emotional component that comes with every custom building experience. Recognizing the emotional rollercoaster homeowners ride is one good step toward creating realistic expectations between builder and client. As we all know, things just don’t always go according to plan.

“Most homeowner complaints are not about what happened during the project, but on what didn’t happen— promises that weren’t kept or expectations that weren’t met.” A good first step for homeowners is to prepare both physically and emotionally. Be very honest about the process itself. Understand that your construction schedule must have some fluidity to it. And when the process itself actually turns out easier than described, your can pat yourself on the back, having done an excellent job preparing yourself for this very difficult process. Understand it this way: Creating your new home is an exciting and rewarding project, but there is a very challenging process that goes along with that. Manage the process as well as the project. It’s money in the bank.

Drawing on over two decades of residential remodeling experience, David Lupberger works with homebuilding professionals to develop successful business systems to leverage and improve the trust between builders, their customers, suppliers, and trade contractors.  Contact David at RemodelForce.com.


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Building a Better Canale A sustainable, long-lasting alternative to the traditional Southwestern design element By Cristina Olds

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“There’s been no good solution for canales that had both grace and longevity,” says Green Star Builders’ Jesse Gries, who for years made his own custom steel canales. “I’m now using Fiberspan canales, which come in at a lower price point than fabricated steel and fulfill my requirements for both durability and beauty.”

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ost Pueblo-style buildings in Santa Fe utilize canales for rainwater displacement, but whereas using natural wood to build canales made sense a hundred years ago, today there’s a better material for the job. Phil Bigelow and Kellie Shelton, co-owners of Fiberspan Concrete Elements, design and hand-cast canales that look like real wood but lack the many problems that plague traditional wood building materials. “Traditional wood canales last anywhere from 5 to 12 years,” Shelton explains. “At a recent home show, one homeowner said that his house was only two years old, but he already had water-damaged ceilings caused by failing wood canales.” Bigelow, an entrepreneur who previously owned a successful garden ornament business, started experimenting with molding custom vigas while building his own Pueblo-style home in Arizona. In 2004, he founded Fiberspan, expanding his product list to include lintels and canales. His technique involves designing a custom mold with authentic-looking wood grain into which CSA cement is poured—a greener choice, says Bigelow, because it uses less energy to produce than Portland cement. Layered fiberglass mesh reinforces the strength of the product, while woodcolored pigments give it an authentic appearance. Fiberspan’s products are warrantied for up to 25 years, but according to Bigelow and Shelton, the durable materials have been tested to remain viable for more than 87 years. Fiberspan moved operations from Arizona to Santa Fe in 2014, and this past April, the company garnered a 2015 Sustainable Santa Fe award in the category of Green Product or Technology for its canales. And their

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Above: Recognizing a market for durable, long-lasting canales, Fiberspan Concrete Elements co-owners Phil Bigelow and Kellie Shelton relocated their company to Santa Fe in 2014.

products are catching on with local builders like Erin Williams Homes, Woods Design Builders, Prull Custom Builders, Tierra Concepts, and Green Star Builders. The company hopes to expand as more local builders embrace its products. “Phil’s garden ornament business had over 3,000 wholesale customers, and he was the largest employer in town,” says Shelton. “This is our goal for our manufacturing business here in Santa Fe: to grow and to become a strong employer.”


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The blend of old and new Originally built in 1938, this historic Canyon Road property has been meticulously restored and remodeled by Woods. While the exterior has been preserved and restored, the finished interior is contemporary living at its best with clean lines, white plaster, white washed floors and a waterfall granite countertop. The end result is the perfect balance of old and new capturing historic Santa Fe style along with luxurious modern living.

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Fabulous Four-Poster Make a bold statement in the bedroom with this dramatic four-poster bed. Sleek modern lines in a rich satin-brass finish complement dramatic upholstered panels to further enhance the “room within a room� feeling of this amazing bed.

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ShowHouse Santa Fe

The historic Frank Applegate Estate on El Caminito will host ShowHouse Santa Fe over two weekends in October.

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n its third year, ShowHouse Santa Fe, the city’s premier design event, has adopted the theme “Lux New Mex: Reinventing Western Classics”—perfect for an amazing residence that’s not only a Western classic, but one that’s been reinvented several times. Over two weekends in October, visitors eager to witness a marriage of historic architecture with modern design by 29 of Santa Fe’s top design professionals will be able to tour this one-of-a-kind estate. It was built in the late 1700s as a fortress, but the adobe property was later purchased in 1845 (for an outrageous $114) by Sergeant Francisco de la Peña, a soldier of the Mexican army who’d fought at the Battle of the Alamo. De la Peña was the first to reinvent the property located at 831 El Caminito, just off Canyon Road, but he wouldn’t be the last. Ceramicist and painter Frank Applegate, who acquired the property in the early 20th century, expanded and transformed the home to his tastes,

Third annual design event revitalizes a historic estate with artistic roots By Devon Jackson

and the home is still known as the Frank Applegate Estate to this day. More reinvention was to come, however, when Gerald Peters and his wife Katie purchased the estate in the mid-1980s and did their own renovations, determined to retain the history of the estate. Today, the tree-lined compound of six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, presented by Deborah Bodelson and Cary Spier of Santa Fe Properties, exemplifies everything that makes for a classic Santa Fe home: Western, adobe, historic, and more than ready to accommodate the new, the interesting, and the unexpected. In other words, ShowHouse Santa Fe. The big reveal happens on Friday, October 2, during the Fiesta Gala, followed by the tour of ShowHouse, October 3–4 and 10–11. Tickets ($100 for the gala and $25 for the tour) can be purchased from any designer. Proceeds from ShowHouse Santa Fe benefit Dollars4Schools.org, part of the Santa Fe Community Foundation. ShowHouseSantaFe.com

WERS Gains Momentum Locally developed water efficiency tool garners national attention By Kim Shanahan

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anta Fe’s progressive home builders have long been known for being on the leading edge of green building and energy efficiency. Indeed, our local building professionals have a well-deserved national reputation among their peers for their advocacy of reasonable green building codes, a stance sometimes at odds with National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) leadership. It would be nice to believe, as NAHB leadership does, that market forces are enough to move the home building industry toward more stringent conservation measures. But while market forces are certainly powerful incentives, when resources such as water availability restrict growth and home building, it is not enough to wait for market forces to prevail. Competition is very much a part of custom home building in Santa Fe and all U.S. markets. We’ve seen this competition play out with increased energy efficiency in new homes with use of the Home Energy Rating System (HERS) as a proven metric. This easily understood rating of 0–100 (with zero indicating no net energy usage and 100 being a home built to 2006 energy codes) gives consumers a clear indication of one home being more efficient than another. It’s like golf: the lower your number, the better. 78

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The proof of the efficacy of the protocol? Ask any builder in this year’s Haciendas—A Parade of Homes what their home�s HERS rating is. They all know, and the ones with the lowest numbers are eager to tout their achievements. Energy conservation is certainly a global concern, but as long as the sun is shining and the wind is blowing there is an opportunity to harvest enough energy to power our homes. Water, on the other hand, is a finite resource; its availability (or lack thereof) can effectively limit how many people and homes can exist in a given climate region. Many believe climate change is speeding up the time when those limits will be upon us in the American Southwest. As a response, Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association (SFAHBA) leadership has been at the forefront of developing a water usage metric similar to the HERS protocol called the Water Efficiency Rating Score (WERS). The WERS project is a collaboration with members of the City of Santa Fe Water Conservation Committee and Santa Fe Community College. The WERS tool measures water usage of a home, both indoors and outdoors, and compares it to a standard code–built home, which is presumed to have a score of 100. If a home is more efficient, it scores lower. The score shows consumers what to expect in terms of the water efficiency of their


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The WERS tool is gaining national recognition as an innovative, market-driven measurement. The group developing WERS rolled out a program earlier this year that is currently working its way through city processes so it can be added to the Santa Fe Residential Green Building Code. The collaboration was recognized by the city’s Sustainable Santa Fe Commission in April, receiving an award in the category of Water Adaptation. The WERS tool is also quickly gaining national recognition as an innovative, market-driven measurement. In June, SFAHBA staff made a presentation to NAHB leadership at the annual spring board meeting in Washington, D.C., which was very well received. SFAHBA continues its work on the leading edge of water and energy efficiency. Kim Shanahan is the Executive Officer of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association.

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The adaptive reuse of Manderfield School consist of 8 distinct and beautiful condominiums; 5 in the original building and 3 freestanding casitas. Each will have its own private outdoor space, covered parking, AC and top of the line appliances. A park-like setting with lush landscaping will complete this unique property. For sales, information & site visits contact Michaelann at 505.670.9486 or Clare at 505.919.8089

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