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SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION Zachary Shultz's first entry on the Parade of Homes was this pitched roof, adobe-walled home in Los Cerros Colorados.
Zachary Shultz celebrates 25 years of homebuilding in Santa Fe
n 1993, when Deirdre David and her husband, John Richetti, were looking for a home in Santa Fe, they were led to a house in Eldorado that, although only in the framing stage, offered the promise of spectacular views once completed. Then Deirdre peeked into the back of the builder’s truck and noted the gorgeous fixtures, tiles, and finishes that would be going into the house. She was intrigued. The builder was Zachary Shultz, who had recently moved to New Mexico from Florida; the Eldorado house was his first build in Santa Fe, under the name Zachary’s Strawbale Homes. Zachary Shultz (center) with sons Deirdre and John snapped it up. Aaron, left, and Josh. “I had an immediate, very strong feeling about Zachary as somebody who cared about things aesthetically,” says Deirdre about their instant rapport. “And I just thought he was incredibly honest and straightforward.” Her sentiment has been echoed by many others for whom Zachary has built homes in Santa Fe—over 50 in the past quarter century. With a “first on the job, last to leave” work ethic, endless patience, a knack for calmly guiding clients toward good decision-making, and a designer’s eye for finishes and materials, Zachary’s business thrived. “For the first 10 years he was the architect, the designer, the builder, and the accountant!” says son Josh Shultz. In 1998, Deirdre and John asked Zachary—whose company was now called Zachary’s Homes—to build their second home in the mountain community of Los Cerros Colorados. Though most of their decision-making was done over the phone, Deirdre recalls, “I trusted Zachary’s judgment so thoroughly! And his suggestions always turned out to be absolutely right.” The pitched roof, 14-inch adobe walled home was Zachary’s first-ever entry in Santa Fe’s Parade of Homes, earning awards for Best Exterior and Best Outdoor Living Space. Since his first appearance in the Parade of Homes, Zachary has entered 15 homes in Santa Fe’s most prestigious areas including Las Campanas, Monte Sereno, Santa Fe Summit, and the Eastside.
The same home today, still lived in and loved by its original owners.
Deirdre and John, who still live in—and love—their home after 20 years, fondly recall Josh and his brother Aaron on the job site. “Even little Aaron was lugging bricks around,” Deirdre laughs. “Little” Aaron, 6 at the time, is now 25, a licensed general contractor and a Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association board member; Josh, 11 during the 1998 build, is 30. In 2013, when it was clear that both brothers planned to follow in their father’s footsteps, Zachary once again rebranded his company, doubtless with no small amount of pride, as Zachary & Sons Homes, acknowledging Josh and Aaron as the sixth generation of Shultz family builders. They in turn marvel at—and strive to emulate—their dad’s integrity, attention to detail and level-headedness, and dedication to not only his customers, but his subcontractors and suppliers. Zachary shares a personal 25th anniversary with the 25th Haciendas—A Parade of Homes in 2017. He’s showcasing three homes on the Parade this year, one of them a mere quarter mile from his first Parade entry—project managed by none other than his eldest son. In an appropriate, organic way, the next generation is stepping forward, but with Zachary still firmly at the helm. Aaron notes, “For my dad, building homes is more of a hobby than a job; he loves what he does.” Zachary & Sons Homes zacharyandsons.com
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Welcome to the 25th HACIENDAS—A PARADE OF HOMES! Twenty-five years is a pretty auspicious milestone for any event, and this year’s Parade certainly lives up to the anniversary. The quality of the 19 entries is astounding. The Parade of Homes is the primary event produced by members of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association and non-member volunteers. Through their dedication and hard work, Santa Fe is proud to host one of the top Parades in the nation. As this year’s Parade co-chairs, we want to take this opportunity to thank all the members of the Parade of Homes Committee, our sponsors, and advertisers for Bill Roth & Bruce Thompson their generous and continuing support. We are also proud to introduce you to some of the top builders, designers, and many other professionals who help make the Parade a great show for visitors and Santa Feans alike. In 2016, the Parade welcomed over 3,000 visitors. Based on the healthy home buying and home building markets we’re seeing in Santa Fe in 2017, we expect even more visitors to tour the Parade this year! Not incidentally, Santa Fe is blessed to have so many excellent craftsmen and artisans who labor to build some of the most exciting residences found anywhere. Ours are truly handmade homes. We thank you all of you as well. Santa Fe is unique in the fact that custom-designed homes can be found not only in the high-end market, but also in the more middle-priced part of the market. The incredible craftsmanship Santa Fe is renowned for, along with its offering of architectural styles ranging from traditional Santa Fe to contemporary, can be found at all price points. So if you are looking for inspiration—or possibly a partner to help build your next home in Santa Fe—take the time to see all 19 homes on the Parade. Every one of them has something to wow you! Feel free to ask questions of the builders and to make comments. For those of you who attend simply to enjoy beautiful homes, you’re in for a real treat this year. So gas up the car, grab a friend or two (and a copy of Haciendas magazine), and plan your route. There’s plenty to enjoy, and a day touring the Parade is most certainly a day well spent.
Bill Roth Bruce Thompson Modern Design+Construction, Inc. Palo Santo Designs LLC Co-chair, Haciendas—A Parade of Homes Co-chair, Haciendas—A Parade of Homes
20 Welcome from the Parade Co-chairs 21 "25 Years of Santa Fe Style": A Parade of Homes Retrospective 22
SFAHBA & Community Outreach
2016 Award Winners
"Third Time's the Charm": 2016 Grand Hacienda by Solterra + Design + Build
Maps to Parade Homes
Judging & Parade Information
2017 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes Committees Publisher
Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association
President, Bella Media Group Bruce Adams
Managing Editor Amy Gross
Valérie Herndon, Allie Salazar
Kim Shanahan, David Wilkinson, Lourdes Yañez
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Kim Shanahan, Lourdes Yañez, Jackie Gonzalez
Bill Roth (Modern Design+Construction, Inc.) Bruce Thompson (Palo Santo Designs LLC)
Marilyn Williams, Chair (Pella Windows & Doors), Dan Gustavson (Custom Window Coverings), Brittany Herrera (Counter Intelligence),
Laura Gallegos, Chair (Washington Federal), Christopher Fortson (Positive Energy Solar)
Joe Gammon, Chair (House Incorporated), Katherine Mortimer (City of Santa Fe), Janet Saint (Dahl Plumbing), Michael Sherrill (IC USA - New Mexico)
Marita DeVargas, Chair (Guardian Mortgage), Bill Deuschle (Fabu-WALL-ous Solutions)
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.
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Karen Paramanandam, Chair (SunPower by Positive Energy Solar), Gillis Lang (Linograt), Vanora Michelle (LANB), Luci Osaki (Building Bridges), Diana Roembach (AM Energy), Saguna Severson (Tierra Concepts), Lourdes Yañez (SFAHBA)
Annette Tapia, Chair (Gateway Mortgage), Diana Roembach (AM Energy), Gillis Lang (Linograt), Christian Tena (LANB)
By Amy Gross
25 Years of Santa Fe Style A look back on the Parade of Homes
n 1993, Jurassic Park ruled box offices, rock stars were going acoustic, and there was a Clinton in the White House. That August, the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association held its first-ever parade of homes with 19 houses open to the public, in what SFAHBA President George Salvatore called “a wide variety of styles and prices ranging from $139,900 to $1.5 million.” That first Parade was called Haciendas de Santa Fe, but the very next year the name was changed, permanently, to Haciendas—A Parade of Homes. The Houses If there was one thing that Parade-goers could count on seeing in those early years, it was every possible iteration of Southwest (Pueblo) style. The idea of “contemporary” building in Santa Fe, New Mexico, was largely unheard of in the early ’90s, though modernist architects and builders such as Robert Zachry, AIA, and Michael Hurlocker later introduced the clean-lined, steel-and-glass-forward architecture that’s so prevalent on the Parade today. “When the Parade of Homes started, we were at the tail end of the Talavera/Mexican tile era,” notes Tierra Concepts’ Kurt Faust. The fledgling company co-owned by Kurt, his brother Eric Faust, and Keith Gorges entered its first Parade home in 1996 and swept every award category, including the Grand Hacienda, and is in fact the only company to have won five Grand Haciendas. “From there we moved into the ‘travertine era,’ and now we’re into the ‘cultured stone countertop’ era,” Kurt adds. The company’s signature “contextual modern” style elegantly fuses classic Southwestern elements with modern lines and finishes. Gerry Barber, owner of Madera Builders, was the guy to beat in those early years; his Southwest-style homes won the Grand Hacienda in the first two Parades (1993 and 1994). “The style was strictly ‘Santa Fe adobe,’” Gerry says. “The house didn’t have to be actual adobe, but it had to look like it.” He cringes when recalling the rope-carved vertical columns that supported portal beams. “We used them on every house. I had them on our personal home, and I thought they were so cool and significant. I can’t stand them now.” “And we used to think nichos should be everywhere!” says Joe Gammon of House Incorporated, a longtime Santa Fe builder and the current President of SFAHBA. His first of 10 career Parade homes was entered in 1994. Sharon Woods, who literally wrote the book on Santa Fe style, has championed classic, timeless home design through her company, Woods Design Builders. Sons Rob and Shane Woods, the next generation, maintain that same traditional style and grace, though today the use of certain modern materials and green building practices are standard in Woods homes. Las Campanas was a big area for new building in the early 1990s and remains so today, but most of the first Parade homes were in Eldorado. Another big difference: continued on page 68
Above, top: The 1993 Parade magazine touted the event as “Haciendas de Santa Fe.” The next year the name was changed to Haciendas—A Parade of Homes. Above, inset: 1993 SFAHBA President George Salvatore’s letter welcoming visitors to the Parade, which featured 19 homes. sfahba.com
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P A R A D EResource O F Guide H O2017 MES Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association sfahba.com
About the Cover: This is about as dreamy as dream homes get, with 300-degree views from nearly every room in the house and the Sangre de Cristos captured through floor-to-ceiling walls of glass. Solterra + Design + Build earned the coveted 2016 Grand Hacienda for this magnificent modern residence in Monte Sereno that combines elegant form with flawless function. Read all about it (“Third Time’s the Charm”) on page 28. Photograph by Katie Johnson.
2017 Board of Directors Executive Committee President Joe Gammon
Remodelers Council Chair Ted Chagaris
First Vice President Scott Cherry
Secretary Ted Swisher
Second Vice President Brandon Snoy
Treasurer Ray Gee
Associate Vice President Jason Rogers
Immediate Past President Teri Buhl
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Board of Directors James Auchampaugh, Harmon Burttram, Chuck Caswell, Bill Deuschle, Don DeVito, Michael Elman, Leslie Gallatin-Giorgetti, Mark Giorgetti, Amanda Hatherly, Emily Mascarenas, Bret McClanahan, Bill Roth, Aaron Shultz, Matt Segura, Bruce Thompson, Marshall Thompson, Rob Woods. Ex-Officio: Wayne Nichols. SFAHBA General Counsel: Jack Hiatt.
Above: Inside, the clean, contemporary finishes are punctuated by modern furnishings and the homeowners’ collection of art, in a gallery-like setting filled with abundant natural light.
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SFAHBA and Community Outreach
ECO: Sustainable Building Trades School SFAHBA is proud to be a founding partner of a new Santa Fe public high school called Early College Opportunities–An Applied Science Magnet School. Known as ECO, this innovative school allows kids to earn both a high school diploma and an associate’s degree from Santa Fe Community College. A key focus at the school is green building, which students put into practice by constructing a new home. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 22
Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity A strong bond exists between SFAHBA and Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity, which utilizes an almost entirely volunteer crew—plus homeowner-provided “sweat equity”—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. For more information about volunteering for your local Habitat for Humanity, visit santafehabitat.org.
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Right: Tierra Concepts Inc. earned four category awards for their home on Luz del Dia: Best Design, Best Outdoor Living Space, Best Energy Efficiency, and Best Water Efficiency.
â€œCasa Cielo,â€? a lovely and highly efficient northside residence designed and built by Satzinger Design, Inc., earned the Best Energy Efficiency and Best Water Efficiency Awards in its category.
Their homes on Wilderness Arroyo (right) and East Alameda earned Woods Design Builders Best Craftsmanship Awards in their categories. East Alameda was also named Best Historic Remodel.
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Statements In Tile/Lighting/Kitchens/Flooring Award for Best Design Category 1: Homewise Homes (Via Secunda) Category 2: Praxis Ltd Co (Camino Barranca) Category 3: Tierra Concepts Inc. (Luz del Dia) Category 4: Solterra + Design + Build (Aspen View) Villanueva Granite Award for Best Kitchen Category 1: Arete Homes of Santa Fe Category 2: Coyote Development Group (Avenida Aldea) Category 3: Prull Custom Builders Category 4: Solterra + Design + Build (Aspen View) Coronado Paint & Decorating Award for Best Master Suite Category 1: Arete Homes of Santa Fe Category 2: Coyote Development Group (Avenida Aldea) Category 3: Prull Custom Builders Category 4: Waszak Custom Homes The Firebird Award for Best Outdoor Living Space Category 1: Homewise Homes (Via Secunda) Category 2: Palo Santo Designs LLC (Cristobal Lane) Category 3: Tierra Concepts Inc. (Luz del Dia) Category 4: Unger Corporation Counter Intelligence Award for Best Craftsmanship Category 1: Praxis Ltd Co (Camino San Acacio) Category 2: Woods Design Builders (East Alameda) Category 3: Palo Santo Designs LLC (Via San Martin) Category 4: Woods Design Builders (Wilderness Arroyo) 24
Santa Fe By Design Award for Best Water Efficiency Category 1: Homewise Homes (Via Secunda) Category 2: Palo Santo Designs LLC (Cristobal Lane) Category 3: Tierra Concepts Inc. (Luz del Dia) Category 4: Satzinger Design, Inc.
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2016 Grand Hacienda The Sangres appear to be within touching distance of this award-winning Solterra + Design + Build home. Capturing the views at nearly every angle was a primary goal for the design and build team, achieved in the living areas through steel-framed, floor-toceiling windows.
Third Time’s the Charm With views to die for, a contemporary masterpiece in Monte Sereno earns Solterra its first Grand Hacienda By Amy Gross
Photographs by Katie Johnson
cott and Maika Wong of Solterra + Design + Build entered two exceptional homes in last year’s Haciendas—A Parade of Homes, but it was their light- and glass-filled contemporary in Monte Sereno that really captured the judges’ attention. Solterra had previously entered the 2008 and 2010 Parades and earned awards, but 2016 was their first-ever Grand Hacienda. Designed by modernist architect Robert Zachry, AIA, the house takes advantage of commanding views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains through floor-to-ceiling walls of glass with striking steel framing and detailing. Having worked with both Zachry and Solterra on the comprehensive remodel of their previous home, owners David Goldsmith and Marie Motroni drove the design and finishes of their Monte Sereno dream home. Scott Wong notes that Zachry homes are challenging builds; the architect’s fondness for glass and steel demands extremely careful planning on the part of the builder. “When you have glass walls and go floor to ceiling, you have to build a structure back in the house somewhere to hold it together during big winds, earthquakes, and so on,” Scott explains. “There are a lot of things hidden in this house you don’t
Above: Homeowners David Goldsmith and Marie Motroni drove the design and finishes of their dream home in Monte Sereno. Fun contemporary and classic midcentury furnishings look right at home in the modern spaces.
Solterra + Design + Build see because there’s so much steel mixed in there with wood, both for structural reasons and aesthetics.” Another challenge, as Parade-goers discovered last year, was the steep lot. The driveway charges upward from the main road to the bluff on which the home rests. Once up there, the 300-degree views are breathtaking, and yet are somehow even more impressive from inside the house. “The view lot was one of the homeowners’ must-haves,” Scott says. “Our directives were ‘Capture the views everywhere you can,’ and ‘Here’s where we don’t want the views.’” Other items on the must-have list: a built-in mini pool and spa; a studio for Motroni’s potting and ceramics; a butler’s kitchen and pantry hidden behind the main kitchen; and an interior courtyard—a sophisticated open-roofed barbecue area and relaxation space for humans, and an enclosed, sunny lounging spot for the family cats.
The award-winning house takes advantage of commanding views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains through floor-to-ceiling walls of glass with striking steel framing and detailing. The residence consists of a roughly 3,000-square-foot main house and a 1,000-square-foot casita-slash-pottery studio. The casita’s heated garage is Motroni’s kiln room, where she crafted the gorgeous tiles used in the casita bath and the main house’s guest bath and powder room, for a truly personal touch in her new home. “The powder room is probably my favorite room in the house,” says Maika. “Marie’s tile there is so beautiful: white with gold running through it. Kind of midcentury.” Indeed, the home’s interiors have a decidedly midcentury modern look, with clean-lined classic furnishings from the period and carefully placed modern art. Wood flooring and sky blue glass tile in the kitchen warms what might have become a too-contemporary look; instead the feel immediately upon walking through the massive pivot entry door is one of comfort and cordiality, especially with the glorious Sangres appearing just ahead seeming within arm’s reach. The main residence features two sleeping wings that can be completely closed off to the rest of the house, and the expansive master suite takes advantage of views from the bedroom. Even the bathroom has an indoor-outdoor feel, with mirrors placed directly on windows for a startling see-through experience. A partially covered outdoor space off the master suite also captures the views, located along a glass-enclosed atrium that leads to the courtyard. And in the center of the home is the kitchen, which faces the mountains, with its ample modern cabinetry and butler’s kitchen tucked neatly behind the main cooking areas. This is an impressive Solterra + Design + Build home, and the Wongs are rightfully proud of their award-winning project (which they say was never actually intended to be a Parade entry!). “We’re also proud that our success with David and Marie’s first project allowed us to get a second one with them,” says Scott. “That’s always a big goal: to be friends at the end. And of course to keep our customers happy.” Solterra + Design + Build, solterrasantafe.com
The award-winning kitchen (above) is a two-parter: the cooking area, seen here, with an island and ample cabinetry, and behind it, a butler’s kitchen that neatly hides clutter and small appliances.
Above: The expansive master suite is its own wing of the house, with to-die-for scenery all around and an outdoor living area with a plunge pool just steps away. The footboard houses a TV that pops up only when being used.
Above: Simple xeriscaping and uncluttered architectural lines put the focus of the home where it should be: on the stunning Northern New Mexico landscape beyond.
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1 Lightfoot Inc 1208 1/2 Canyon Road
From Paseo de Peralta downtown go east on East Alameda to the end, becoming Canyon Rd. At the stop turn left onto Upper Canyon. In approximately 100 yards pass Apodaca Hill and park in the pull-out on the righthand side of Upper Canyon. From here walk up the drive from the west end of the parking area, cross Apodaca Hill, and continue straight to the residence. Please do not drive up or park in driveway. (505-577-9546)
2 Zachary & Sons Homes 1880 Cerros Colorados
From the downtown area, take Paseo de Peralta to Bishop’s Lodge Road. Turn right onto Artist Road, which becomes Hyde Park Road. Proceed 5.4 miles to Los Cerros Colorados subdivision on the right. Follow Cerros Colorados .8 mile to the house. (505-470-5717)
3 Zachary & Sons Homes 306 Callecita Place
From the downtown area, take Paseo de Peralta to Bishop’s Lodge Road. The third right (one street past Artist Road) is Callecita Place. (505-470-5717)
4 Woods Design Builders 120 Camino Encantado
From the downtown area, take Paseo de Peralta to Bishop’s Lodge Road for approximately 2 miles. Turn left onto Camino Encantado Road, and the house is the third on the left. (505-660-1303)
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3325 Monte Sereno Drive From the downtown area, take US 84 north/285 north to the Tesuque/ Monte Sereno/Opera exit. Left at the stop sign onto Avenida Monte Sereno into the Monte Sereno community. Turn left onto Monte Sereno Drive and follow it up around the switchback to the ridge. The home is about .75 mile ahead on the right. (505-780-1157)
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35 Calle San Martin From downtown, take US 84 North/285 North to NM-599 South exit. Take the first righthand exit to Ridgetop Road. Turn right and continue for about a mile to Tano Road. Turn left; continue for about .6 mile to Calle San Martin. Turn left and continue, curving to the right for .4 mile. House is on your right.
7 Borrego Custom Homes 8 Vista Valle Grande From the downtown area, head north on St. Francis Drive/285 to NM-599. Exit NM-599 at Camino La Tierra, and head west to Fin Del Sendero. Take Fin Del Sendero 1 mile and turn right onto Paseo Del Coyote. Turn left onto Vista Valle Grande. (239-919-2412)
14 Homewise Homes 58 Via Tessera From the downtown area, take St. Francis St. heading north, exiting onto NM-599 South/Veterans Memorial Hwy. Take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Take the first left onto NM-599 Frontage Road, then turn right onto Via Tessera. (505-603-5337)
Download the Parade App! Plan on touring the 2017 Haciendas— A Parade of Homes? Look for the free Parade of Homes download in the App Stores 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-by-turn 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.
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From the downtown area, take US 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, staying right at the â€œYâ€?. Go under the overpass and proceed about 4 miles to Clubhouse Drive, turning right through the gates and then left on Trailhead Drive (just before the clubhouse itself). Proceed on Trailhead Drive down and around the golf course to Paseo Las Terrazas, turning right into Las Terrazas and on to the address. (505-920-3108)
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12 Zachary & Sons Homes 7 Plaza del Corazon
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. Turn left at Club Casita (Plaza Del Corazon). (505-470-8424)
13 Woods Design Builders 8 Tierra Concepts 8 Picacho Peak
From the downtown area, take US 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. After going under the stone bridge, take the first right onto Wildhorse, then the first right onto Picacho Peak Drive. (505-780-1157)
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From the downtown area, take US 84 north/285 north to 599 south. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Turn right at the Pojoaque Ridge entrance, go through the gate, and make a right onto Amberwood Loop.
9 Praxis Ltd Co 64 Mustang Mesa
From the downtown area, take US 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. Take the first right onto Wildhorse, then the third left onto Mustang Mesa. (505-660-2294)
10 Prull Custom Builders 15 Campo Rancheros
From downtown, take US 84 North/285 North to NM-599 South. Take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Proceed for 3.3 miles until it forks by the bell tower, and veer left staying on Camino La Tierra and continue for approximately 3.2 miles. The entry gate is on the right between two gray metal-roofed homes. Once inside the gate, turn left onto Campo Rancheros. The house is the second on the left. 34
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From the downtown area, take St. Francis Drive south to Sawmill Road. Turn right onto Rodeo Road, then left onto Camino Carlos Rey, and another left onto Governor Miles Road. Take a right onto Viale Tresana at the main entrance of the Villas di Toscana development. (505-395-5981)
16 Arete Homes of Santa Fe 3150 Viale Cetona
From the downtown area, take St. Francis Drive south to Sawmill Road. Turn right onto Rodeo Road, then left onto Camino Carlos Rey, and another left onto Governor Miles Road. Take a right onto Viale Tresana at the main entrance of the Villas di Toscana development, then left onto Viale Cetona. (505-395-5981)
17 Borrego Construction 1505 Calle Preciosa
From the downtown area, take St. Francis Drive to San Mateo Road and head east. Proceed to the second right (Galisteo), make a right onto Calle Bonita, and another right onto Calle Preciosa. (505-577-0740)
18 Prull Custom Homes 134 Lovato Lane
From the downtown area, take Paseo de Peralta to Don Gaspar, heading south. Cross over Cordova, pass Malaga Road, and turn right on Lovato Lane. House is at the end in the cul-de-sac on the left.
19 BUILT Design Collective and Flat Iron, LLC 123 East San Mateo Road
From the downtown area, take Old Santa Fe Trail south to Old Pecos Trail. Turn right onto East San Mateo. The house will be on the right. (505-795-4884 or 505-660-1185)
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August 18–20 Open Houses 11 am–6 pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (tickets required, $15) For ticket information, visit eventbrite.com or purchase at any participating home. Twilight Tour: Friday, August 18 from 4–9 (free, no ticket needed)
Download the Parade App! Hard to believe, but 2017 is the 25th anniversary of the first Haciendas—A Parade of Homes! A quarter century ago phones still had cords and an app was something you enjoyed before your big meal. Times have certainly changed! Please look for the free Parade of Homes download in the App Stores for Android and iPhone. Our Parade app will showcase each home on the Parade with its own page and all the details about the home and the builder or architect. Also look for turn-by-turn driving directions to each home, as well as links to the builders and our Parade sponsors and advertisers. The app is free! Post-Parade, please share your feedback and experiences with SFAHBA. Our goal is to offer you a better Parade of Homes experience year after year.
Converting Manderfield School into luxury condo units was a nearly two year labor of love for Prull Custom Builders, who opened one unit to Parade-goers in 2016. Their renovation and restoration efforts paid off in three awards: Best Kitchen and Best Master Suite in the home’s category, plus a special award for Exceptional Adaptive Reuse.
J UD GI N G A ND A WAR D S + DATE S A ND TI ME S HACIENDAS—A PARADE OF HOMES IS A COMPETITION
August 11–13 and August 18–20
Each of the homes on the tour will be judged by local experts—builders, architects, past winners, designers, and realtors. The judges will evaluate each of the homes in different price categories for:
Homes are open 11 am–6 pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. From 4–9 pm on Friday, August 18, 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. Don’t forget to download the Parade App from the Android or iPhone App Store to help you navigate from one home to the next!
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. 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 15, when all awards will be presented. Be sure to tune into a live broadcast from the Grand Hacienda home on Sunday, August 20 (12:00 noon), on KTRC 1260 AM. 36
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. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased through eventbrite.com or at any of the homes on the tour. Tickets are valid for all of 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.
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1208 ½ Canyon Road
Authentically Santa Fe A local artist recently worked with Lightfoot Inc. to turn this historic Canyon Road house into a space that is half art studio, half living area. The remodel involved undoing many years of ill-conceived additions. Among other renovations, Lightfoot installed new, divided-light windows and built two new modern baths, as well as a completely new kitchen with Kohler fixtures, quartz composite countertops, and Tabarka tile. Designed for practical use, the new space offers a highly flexible design, perfect for creating art, while also allowing for full-time or guest accommodation. This renovation honors “Old Santa Fe” style, adding uniquely authentic detail with rustic wood accents and hand troweled gypsum plaster. Flared and a little wavy, slightly skewed edges surrounding the interior windows are a subtle nod to the Spanish vernacular, framing the Cristo Rey Church and the floating Jemez range to the west. The result is a sensitive celebration of the charming, Pueblo-style homes from Canyon Road’s historic heyday. About the builder: Scott Cherry brings 28 years experience as a carpenter and proud craftsperson to Lightfoot Inc., which specializes in high-performance building and design using natural and traditional materials. Lightfoot is committed to building homes with a light eco-footprint, and attention to the tiny details appreciated by skilled craftspersons. 38
HOME FEATURES • Authentic remodel of a tiny historic house • Flexible art studio + living space with mountain views • Modern kitchen and baths • New portal and outdoor spaces
price: N/A lot size: .254 acre heated sq. ft.: 1,253 total sq. ft.: 4,586 home designer: Scott Cherry, Lightfoot Inc. Driving Directions: From Paseo de Peralta downtown go east on East Alameda to the end, becoming Canyon Rd. At the stop turn left onto Upper Canyon. In approximately 100 yards pass Apodaca Hill and park in the pull-out on the righthand side of Upper Canyon. From here walk up the drive from the west end of the parking area, cross Apodaca Hill, and continue straight to the residence. Please do not drive up or park in driveway.
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2 1880 Cerros Colorados, Los Cerros Colorados
RSVP: Yes, Please Minutes from downtown, hiking and biking trails, and the ski area, this amazing custom residence built by Zachary & Sons Homes is an entertainer’s dream. No doubt about it: this house was designed for year-round enjoyment by the owners— and their lucky friends. An interior courtyard is the dramatic focal point, easily viewed through glass from almost any point in the home, including the entryway, where you’re greeted with a seethrough, indoor-outdoor fireplace. Beneath high ceilings adorned with beams, the open floor plan includes a full-service bar in the great room and a restaurant-quality chef’s kitchen with a Euro-style hood, soapstone countertops, and no fewer than three dishwashers to handle a mountain of party dishes. Speaking of mountains, Sun Mountain and Moon Mountain are visible from from the house, which was expertly built on a difficult site. For sure, this is custom, mountain building at its finest. About the builder: In 2017, Zachary Shultz celebrates his 25th year of building superior custom homes in Santa Fe. Zachary proudly welcomes sons Aaron Shultz and Josh Shultz—representing the sixth generation of homebuilders in the family—to his established business. As Zachary & Sons Homes, the Shultz family delivers “distinctive homes with a personal touch.” Aaron, Zachary, and Josh Shultz 40
HOME FEATURES • Great room and kitchen designed for entertaining • Interior courtyard visible from almost everywhere in the house • Restaurant-quality kitchen • Modern purpose within a traditionalstyle home
price: N/A lot size: 1.25 acres heated sq. ft.: 2,996 total sq. ft.: 4,436 architect: Lorn Tryk, AIA
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take Paseo de Peralta to Bishop’s Lodge Road. Turn right onto Artist Road, which becomes Hyde Park Road. Proceed 5.4 miles to Los Cerros Colorados subdivision on the right. Follow Cerros Colorados .8 mile to the house.
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3 306 Callecita Place
Beautifully Balanced Artfully nestled in the foothills and just a short stroll to downtown Santa Fe is an eyecatching, transitional Pueblo–style home built by Zachary & Sons Homes. Executed with exquisite artisan touches, its skillful architecture is an appealing blend of timeless Santa Fe design elements balanced with aesthetically pleasing modern finishes. The walled entry courtyard houses a rustic outdoor stone fireplace. A set of majestic, Spanish Colonial entry doors open to a large, open-concept living space, where custom walnut floors complement impressive vigas and the artifact accents of the fireplace. Clerestory windows illuminate the crisp white custom cabinetry of the kitchen, which, along with the dining areas, is subterranean in the natural hillside landscape—an extremely challenging hillside build site that demanded attention to environmentally sensitive detail. With its inviting presence, sunset views, and transitional blend of old and new, this progressively designed home possesses many lasting and enduring qualities. About the builder: In 2017, Zachary Shultz celebrates his 25th year of building superior custom homes in Santa Fe. Zachary proudly welcomes sons Aaron Shultz and Josh Shultz—representing the sixth generation of homebuilders in the family—to his established business. As Zachary & Sons Homes, the Shultz family delivers “distinctive homes with a personal touch.” Aaron, Zachary, and Josh Shultz 42
HOME FEATURES • Traditional Santa Fe–style residence • Ideally located within walking distance of downtown and the Plaza • Furniture-quality custom cabinetry • Open floor plan with transitional interior finishes
price: N/A lot size: .22 acre heated sq. ft.: 2,009 total sq. ft.: 2,997 architect: Lorn Tryk, AIA
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take Paseo de Peralta to Bishop’s Lodge Road. The third right (one street past Artist Road) is Callecita Place.
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Come Home Today This classic Pueblo Revival–style home thoughtfully remodeled by Woods Design Builders is the epitome of elegance and livability, and is ready to be loved by its next caretakers. Ideally located just above the downtown area, the residence is just two minutes from the Plaza, and yet so privately sited that homes on either side are completely hidden. Very visible, however, are stunning panoramic views of Sun & Moon, the Jemez Mountains, and other westerly vistas. With 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, plus a bonus playroom, this home offers indoor space for the whole family and guests, with all of the classic features you would expect in a Woods home: 13-foot ceilings, expansive divided light windows, custom knotty alder cabinetry, hand-troweled diamond plaster walls, and gorgeous antique and hand-stenciled tile. Outdoor living is just as comfortable, with two portales and an extended brick patio, and a fully landscaped lot graced with aspen trees on all sides. About the builder: Family-owned-and-operated Woods Design Builders has called Santa Fe home for 38 years. The hallmarks of a Woods designed-and-built home include quality materials and finishes, pride in craftsmanship, cutting-edge 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.” The Woods Family 44
HOME FEATURES • Expansive, ideally located lot with stunning mountain and city views • Open, livable floor plan flooded with natural light • Impeccable craftsmanship with the perfect blend of historic Santa Fe architecture with modern living • Fully landscaped exterior, with multiple outdoor living spaces
price: $1.9 million lot size: 3.69 acres heated sq. ft.: 3,562 total sq. ft.: 5,035 architect: Woods Design Builders
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take Paseo de Peralta to Bishop’s Lodge Road for approximately 2 miles. Turn left onto Camino Encantado Road, and the house is the third on the left.
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This stunning Woods home is now available on the market. 120 C A M I N O E N C A N TA D O
A rare opportunity to own a custom designed and built Woods home nestled in the heart of Santa Fe on an expansive three acre lot with breathtaking city and mountain views. LI S T PR I C E: $1,9 0 0,0 0 0
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3325 Monte Sereno Drive, Monte Sereno
A View to a Thrill It’s all about the breathtaking views in this soft contemporary Tierra Concepts home, where walls of glass greet the eye the moment you enter through the pivoting custom entry door. The spacious open living areas are punctuated by gorgeous views of the Sangre de Cristos, brought even closer when the disappearing glass pocket doors are opened in the living area. In addition, the private master suite has a commanding view from its own private portal. The interiors flirt with a subtle black-and-white palette that includes vertical grain white oak cabinetry, white interior doors, porcelain tile floors that resemble poured concrete, and a combination of soapstone and elegant Carrara marble. The lovely outdoor living and dining area is the icing on the proverbial cake, with steps down to a patio area with a fire pit that allows for conversation and dreamy mountain gazing nearly all year round. 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.
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HOME FEATURES • Carefully chosen lot with breathtaking mountain views • Elegant open living space with floorto-ceiling glass pocket doors • White Carrara marble and black soapstone counters and Carrara fireplace surround • Beautiful outdoor living and dining areas
price: N/A lot size: 1.58 acres heated sq. ft.: 3,288 total sq. ft.: 4,586 architect/designer: Tierra Concepts interior designer: Violante & Rochford Interiors landscape design: Surroundings Studio
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take US 84 north/285 north to the Tesuque/ Monte Sereno/Opera exit. Left at the stop sign onto Avenida Monte Sereno into the Monte Sereno community. Turn left onto Monte Sereno Drive and follow it up around the switchback to the ridge. The home is about .75 mile ahead on the right.
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6 35 Calle San Martin, Tano Road Corridor
Edgy + Artsy, Balancing Traditional with Contemporary Nestled among piñon and juniper trees in the northern foothills, this contemporary residence interprets the best qualities of traditional Santa Fe style with the sharp edges of contemporary modernism. Designed by the New York architects of Evanson Studios—also the homeowners—and built by Prull Custom Builders, the home presents with a series of colored walls that appear to have been carved to create open windows with sloped sills and door openings with trapezoid shapes. Passing through the entry courtyard, a staggered geometric walk leads through a pivot door and into the great room with its 13-foot beamed ceiling. A massive wall in contemporary Spanish tile is penetrated by floor-to-ceiling glass, offering dramatic views of Santa Fe’s east and west mountain ranges. Not only is the home a masterful collection of spaces, but it houses a treasury of museumquality furniture, lighting, and accessories of the owner-architects’ own design. A two-story studio and workshop attached to the main house is the laboratory where creativity can play and come to life. About the builder: Since 1981, Prull Custom Builders has specialized in building architect-designed custom homes. They have won numerous awards in the AIA Excellence in Design, the Santa Fe Parade of Homes, and the Excellence in Remodeling competitions, including the Grand Award, Best Craftsmanship, Best Exterior, Best Master Suite, and Best Whole House Remodel. The company holds a well-deserved reputation for superior craftsmanship and exceptional customer service. 48
HOME FEATURES • Panoramic mountain views • Angular design and multicolor palette • 2-story studio + workshop attached to home • Complex interior design elements created by the homeowner-architects
price: N/A lot size: 5.0 acres heated sq. ft.: 4,016 total sq. ft.: 5,465 architects: James and Lisa Evanson, Evanson Studios landscape design: Serquis + Associates
Driving Directions: From downtown, take US 84 North/285 North to the NM-599 South exit. Take the first righthand exit to Ridgetop Road. Turn right and continue for about a mile to Tano Road. Turn left; continue for about .6 mile to Calle San Martin. Turn left and continue, curving to the right for .4 mile. House is on your right.
8 Vista Valle Grande
Luxurious Living With two handsome courtyards, this transitional hacienda-style home built by Borrego Custom Homes also incorporates massive beams and portales that overlook incredible panoramic Jemez Mountains and Sangre views. Local artisans crafted the custom iron gates, while the stacked stone great room fireplace, clay tile roofing, and solid knotty alder doors add to the Southwestern flavor of this modifiable design. Its open layout has an expansive 50-foot-long great room, 13-foot ceilings, and 32 x 10 feet of French doors and windows. This home features modern amenities like Wolf and Bosch appliances, heating and cooling using the latest high-efficiency heat pumps, porcelain plank and hardwood flooring, a gourmet kitchen with two islands, a butler’s pantry, an art gallery, and a music studio. With custom, wireless LED lighting features available at the press of a button, this green-built house balances beautiful architecture with deluxe conveniences. About the builder: The team of designers, artisans, architects, engineers, and builders at Borrego Custom Homes implements innovative ideas, personalized attention, and outstanding craftsmanship throughout the homebuilding process. This company, an elite division of Borrego Construction with 40 years of experience, studies each client’s lifestyle before modifying concept plans to fit the specific needs and desires of each homeowner, an approach that results in significant reduction in design cost.
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HOME FEATURES • Innovative open floor plan includes an art gallery, music studio, and butler’s pantry • Spa master bath has a steam shower with aromatherapy and mountain views from tub • Transitional hacienda-style home with clean architectural details • Green-built with all-LED-powered custom lighting and HERS rating
price: $995,000 base price on your lot lot size: 2.5 acres heated sq. ft.: 3,402 total sq. ft.: 5,058 designer: John Arnold, Design Development Group
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, head north on St. Francis Drive/285 to NM599. Exit NM-599 at Camino La Tierra, and head west to Fin Del Sendero. Take Fin Del Sendero 1 mile and turn right onto Paseo Del Coyote. Turn left onto Vista Valle Grande.
8 Picacho Peak Drive, Las Campanas
Ready to Live Your Dream? If you have been imagining yourself living in beautiful Las Campanas, Tierra Concepts has designed and built the home that just might make your dreams come true. This 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath residence is a fine example of the contextual modern architecture Tierra is known for. The home’s innovative design utilizes many traditional Santa Fe–style architectural elements such as stone, wood, beams, and large portales, and then elegantly combines them with modern features: high ceilings, contemporary finishes, and abundant light that streams throughout the home from the substantial windows and the wall-wash skylights. The expansive, open floor plan includes a media room/library and a very large chef’s kitchen and huge butler’s pantry. The kitchen opens to an exquisite dining portal with views to the Sangres, while a double-sided fireplace opens to the living room. Through corner windows and walls of glass, you’ll be able to enjoy the twinkling city lights on a beautiful Santa Fe evening. 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.
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HOME FEATURES • Contextual modern design with contemporary Santa Fe–style elements • Luxuriously open floor plan • Stunning chef’s kitchen perfect for entertaining • Gracious indoor/outdoor living with views of the Sangres
price: $2.2 million lot size: 5.58 acres heated sq. ft.: 4,777 total sq. ft.: 6,804 designer: Tierra Concepts interior designer: Annie O’Carroll Interior Design 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 onto Camino La Tierra. Follow the signs to Las Campanas Drive. After going under the stone bridge, take the first right onto Wildhorse, then the first right onto Picacho Peak Drive.
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64 Mustang Mesa, Las Campanas
Architecturally Intriguing, Solidly Built This home is what Las Campanas living is all about: an unusual circular-kiva courtyard entry leading into a great room with dramatic golf course, Sandia, and Ortiz views. In a contemporary Santa Fe style, this 3-bedroom, 3-bath residence built by Praxis Ltd Co includes huge great room windows, a casita accessed via a breezeway, and a koi pond designed for both aesthetics and functionality (as entertainment for the family cats!). The kitchen features maple cabinetry, a center island, GE appliances, and an easily accessible breakfast portal (look also for the sunset portal off the living room). A wildedge, slab-cedar vanity in the powder bath is a must-see accent, as is the floating, Carrara-slab countertop in the master bath with its integral sink. In addition to its unique architectural design elements, the home is highly insulated and utilizes passive solar glazing, making it as efficient as it is stunning.
About the builder: Award-winning Praxis Ltd Co has been building and remodeling exceptional homes and commercial properties in Santa Fe for more than 19 years. In conjunction with Praxis Architects Inc, the talented folks at Praxis will beautifully design your heart’s desire, then build it with care, on time, and most importantly, on budget. Praxis Ltd Co Team
HOME FEATURES • Gated, circular-kiva courtyard with seating • Spectacular views on three sides • Beautiful wood and steel detailing inside and out • Cat-forward design + koi pond!
price: N/A lot size: 4.174 acres heated sq. ft.: 3,500 total sq. ft.: 4,500 architect: Gabriel Browne, AIA, Praxis Architects Inc
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 onto Camino La Tierra. Follow the signs to Las Campanas Drive. Take the first right onto Wildhorse, then the third left onto Mustang Mesa.
10 15 Campo Rancheros, Las Campanas
Masculine, Modern, Majestic There’s a touch of the dramatic in this contemporary Prull Custom Builders home in The Estancias in Las Campanas, which looks out over incredible BLM and Sangre de Cristo views through floor to ceiling walls of glass. Glass and metal figure prominently into its sleek, masculine design, from the pivot entry door and gas fireplaces to the copper fascias. Complementing the modern finishes and creamy interior palette is dark walnut woodwork, found in both the Euro-style contemporary cabinetry and 8-foot interior doors. An impressive pocket door 12 feet high and 20 feet long connects the great room to a huge portal—one of the home’s four portals—for gracious indoor/outdoor living. Polished concrete flooring in the main living spaces adds to the modern lustrous appearance, while wood and tile floors in the master and baths keep the sleeping areas warm and cozy. Artfully combining modern finishes with handcrafted doors and cabinetry, and ultimately tying it all together with million-dollar views, this home is custom building at its finest. About the builder: Since 1981, Prull Custom Builders has specialized in building architect-designed custom homes. They have won numerous awards in the AIA Excellence in Design, the Santa Fe Parade of Homes, and the Excellence in Remodeling competitions, including the Grand Award, Best Craftsmanship, Best Exterior, Best Master Suite, and Best Whole House Remodel. The company holds a well-deserved reputation for superior craftsmanship and exceptional customer service.
HOME FEATURES • Breathtaking BLM and Sangre de Cristo views • Contemporary styling with modern sleek finishes • Handcrafted walnut doors and cabinetry • Extensive pocketing doors create a seamless indoor/outdoor experience
price: N/A lot size: 2.23 acres heated sq. ft.: 3,468 total sq. ft.: 5,747 architect: Hoopes + Associates landscape design: Serquis + Associates Driving Directions: From downtown, take US 84 North/285 North to the NM-599 South exit. Take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Proceed for 3.3 miles until it forks by the bell tower and veer left, staying on Camino La Tierra, and continue for approximately 3.2 miles. The entry gate is on the right between two gray metal-roofed homes. Once inside the gate, turn left onto Campo Rancheros. The house is the second on the left. sfahba.com
36 Paseo Las Terrazas, Las Campanas
Elegantly Appointed Retreat This spacious, Southwest contemporary home in Las Campanas brings thoughtful design and living spaces with resort style living. Built by Pulte Homes, it features 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, plus a 1-bedroom, 1-bath detached casita to accommodate extra guests. The entry courtyard, vigas, tongue-and-groove ceilings, and wood tile flooring provide true Santa Fe essence. The flow-through kitchen, café, and gathering room open to a spacious patio with an outdoor fireplace, where the payoff is spectacular, offering views that overlook the Jack Nicklaus golf course and clubhouse. The striking chef’s kitchen is appointed with granite countertops, stainless steel Wolf® appliances, crisp white Mastercraft® cabinetry, and an executive island. This home provides flexible living spaces such as a game room for hobbies plus a den perfect for a private study, while the owner’s retreat includes a three-way fireplace with a private sitting area, and a floating tub and a dual shower hidden behind a tile wall in the spa-like master bath. About the builder: Pulte Homes’ dedication to quality means that we strive to exceed homeowner expectations every step of the way—in homes designed for how you live and backed by a warranty you can rely on. With 65 years of experience under our belt, we’ve streamlined the process to make it easy to build the Las Campanas home you’ve always wanted. Joe Ortiz
HOME FEATURES • Owner’s suite with private retreat and 3-way fireplace • Outdoor covered patio with golf course and clubhouse views • Large kitchen and café area with executive island • Vigas, tongue and groove ceilings, and other Southwest touches
price: $1.12 million lot size: .33 acre heated sq. ft.: 3,640 total sq. ft.: 4,303 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 onto Camino La Tierra. Follow the signs to Las Campanas Drive, staying right at the "Y". Go under the overpass and proceed about 4 miles to Clubhouse Drive, turning right through the gates and then left on Trailhead Drive (just before the clubhouse itself). Proceed on Trailhead Drive down and around the golf course to Paseo Las Terrazas, turning right into Las Terrazas and on to the address.
7 Plaza del Corazon, Las Campanas
The Home with Everything Located on the Jack Nicklaus Golf Course, with views of the 18th holes of both the Sunrise and Sunset courses, this contemporary Santa Fe–style residence by Zachary & Sons Homes is nothing short of spectacular. From the enclosed and paved entry courtyard with its double-sided water feature, steel pergola, and cantilevered portal, to the dramatic use of steel and floor-to-beam glass in the great room and beyond, this home truly delivers the “wow.” The open floor concept is affirmed by abundant windows and a 15-foot pocket door off the rear infinity portal. Wood floors and designer Ann Sacks tile is found throughout the house, complementing the muted gray palette and smooth interior plaster walls. Two master suites ensure comfortable living space for everyone, plus there’s a detached guesthouse with a fully functioning kitchen—the only such arrangement in the Club Casita subdivision of Las Campanas. Exquisitely designed and executed, and with views of the mountains, a lake, and two golf courses, this home has it all. About the builder: In 2017, Zachary Shultz celebrates his 25th year of building superior custom homes in Santa Fe. Zachary proudly welcomes sons Aaron Shultz and Josh Shultz—representing the sixth generation of homebuilders in the family—to his established business. As Zachary & Sons Homes, the Shultz family delivers “distinctive homes with a personal touch.” Aaron, Zachary, and Josh Shultz 56
HOME FEATURES • Sited above the finishing holes of two Jack Nicklaus golf courses • Steel, glass, and designer finishes throughout • Several portales, including an infinity portal with views • Dramatic steel entry pergola
price: N/A lot size: .33 acre heated sq. ft.: 3,134 total sq. ft.: 4,766 architect/designer: Lorn Tryk Architects interior designer: Samuel Design Group furnishings/window treatments: A.M. Bostrom Interiors
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. Turn left at Club Casita (Plaza del Corazon).
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13 16 Amberwood Loop, Las Campanas
Lakeside Luxury Overlooking the lake at Jack Nicklaus Signature Sunrise course, Hole No. 4 in Las Campanas, this classic Territorial–style residence embodies all of the elegant style Woods Design Builders is known for, from beautiful reclaimed terra-cotta, antique doors, and an antique limestone fireplace surround, to divided light windows, white oak flooring, and a custom beeswax finish on the walls. The kitchen, finished with custom cabinetry and Taj Mahal granite countertops and adorned with a lovely Tabarka tile backsplash, captures beautiful views of the lake. There is ample outdoor living space—three portales totaling 1,300 square feet, including a private portal off the master suite. For visitors or live-in family, a charming, attached guest house adds 1 bedroom and 1 bath, plus a nanny nook bed. This light and spacious custom residence is Las Campanas living at its best, a classic Woods home tucked in cozily by the lake but with breathtaking views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. About the builder: Family-owned-and-operated Woods Design Builders has called Santa Fe home for 38 years. The hallmarks of a Woods designed-and-built home include quality materials and finishes, pride in craftsmanship, cutting-edge 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.” 58
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HOME FEATURES • Classic Territorial style with white trim around windows • Amazing views of the lake and the Sangre de Cristos • Ample outdoor living space with three portales • Antique and contemporary finishes and materials
price: N/A lot size: 1.45 acres heated sq. ft.: 4,497 total sq. ft.: 6,742 architect: Woods Design Builders
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 onto Camino La Tierra. Turn right at the Pojoaque Ridge entrance, go through the gate, and make a right onto Amberwood Loop.
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14 58 Via Tessera, Tessera
Elegant, Healthy, and Innovatively Designed No doubt about it: this is one clever—and flexible—floor plan. Although Homewise’s “Aspen” model in Tessera is two stories, you’ll actually enter it on the upper level, which houses the great room, a powder room, the kitchen, the master suite, and a covered deck off the dining area that draws in extraordinary views of the Jemez, Sangre, and Sandia mountains. The lower level includes a junior master suite, another guest bedroom (or office), and a den that opens via French doors to a patio. This contemporary Southwest–style home features clean, sharp lines, exposed beams, a Variance plaster–clad modern fireplace, granite countertops, and an upgraded Closet Maid system in the master bedroom. As always, Homewise is conscious of the environment when building their new homes; this one, built to the BGNM Gold standard, utilizes low-E windows, a low-drip irrigation system, and low VOC paint—a fine example of gracious, comfortable, sustainable living.
About the builder: Homewise is a nonprofit organization founded in 1986 with a mission to help create successful homeowners so that they improve their financial wellbeing and contribute to the vitality of our communities. Our award-winning Homewise Homes are built to the highest standards, embracing quality, value, and energy efficiency. At Homewise, we believe everyone deserves to live well. Mike Loftin 60
HOME FEATURES • Contemporary Southwest design with clean, sharp lines • Breathtaking views of open space and mountain ranges • Environmentally sound with many water- and energy-efficiency features • Flexible, functional floor plan
price: N/A lot size: .67 acre heated sq. ft.: 2,497 total sq. ft.: 2,631
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take St. Francis St. heading north, exiting onto NM-599 S/Veterans Memorial Hwy. Take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Take the first left onto NM-599 Frontage Road, then turn right onto Via Tessera.
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3167 Viale Tresana, Villas di Toscana
Updated Tuscan Style One of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Santa Fe is Villas di Toscana, an established, Tuscan-style, HOA-enforced community with mature trees and landscaping. It is the only new gated project in the city, and Arete Homes of Santa Fe, Villas di Toscana’s exclusive builder, is delighted to present their “Pisa” floor plan. Sited on a large lot with an open yard and a west-facing view, this lovely single-story home features clean exterior lines and angles softened by the arches and clay roof tiles that characterize Tuscan style. Varying ceiling heights are not only visually interesting, but open up the rooms and let in abundant natural light. The well-appointed kitchen features ample cabinet space, stainless steel KitchenAid appliances, and granite countertops. Outside, a large outdoor living space includes a cozy portal accessible from the living room, dining room, and master suite. With two master suites and an office or extra bedroom, the Pisa is perfectly sized for empty nesters or young couples. About the builder: Rob Gibbs, owner of award-winning Arete Homes of Santa Fe, emphasizes aging in place home designs at Villas di Toscana. Arete’s single-story floorplans have no steps, wide hallways and doorways, curbless master bath showers, and livable outdoor spaces that are all easy to maintain. Excellence is our standard. HOMES OF SANTA FE Excellence is our standard 62
HOME FEATURES • Varied ceiling heights open up rooms and let in natural light • Two master suites plus a flexible bedroom or office • Well-appointed kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances • Large portal with access from the living room, dining room, and master suite
price: $475,900 lot size: .15 acre heated sq. ft.: 1,768 total sq. ft.: 2,365 architect/designer: Len Nobel Company interior designer: DeMarais | Home Staging + Design
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take St. Francis Drive south to Sawmill Road. Turn right onto Rodeo Road, then left onto Camino Carlos Rey, and another left onto Governor Miles Road. Take a right onto Viale Tresana at the main entrance of the Villas di Toscana development.
3150 Viale Cetona, Villas di Toscana
Classic Elegance + Mountain Views Villas di Toscana has become one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Santa Fe. Quiet and peaceful with only 65 total residences, the neighborhood is centrally located and the only new gated project in the city, though the community is well established with mature trees and landscaping, walking trails, and pocket parks. Arete Homes of Santa Fe is proud to be Villas di Toscana’s exclusive builder. The graceful “Cortona” is the only two-story floor plan of the five offered in Villas di Toscana, generously but manageably sized with 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and an office or third bedroom. All of the living areas are located on the first floor, including a large great room, a dining room, and the well-appointed kitchen, which leads outside to an expansive covered portal with views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. For quiet and privacy, all bedrooms are upstairs, where two exterior decks capture east- and westfacing views of the breathtaking Santa Fe landscape. About the builder: Rob Gibbs, owner of award-winning Arete Homes of Santa Fe, celebrates his own 25th anniversary of building in Santa Fe in 2017. Arete is made up of a group of professionals who are dedicated to making the home building and purchasing experience as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Excellence is our standard. HOMES OF SANTA FE Excellence is our standard
HOME FEATURES • Two-story floor plan with all bedrooms upstairs • Covered portal off the kitchen with views of the Sangre de Cristos • Two bedrooms plus flexible office/ loft space • Second story decks capture east- and west-facing views
price: $438,900 lot size: .11 acre heated sq. ft.: 1,726 total sq. ft.: 2,440 architect/designer: Len Nobel Company interior designer: DeMarais | Home Staging + Design
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take St. Francis Drive south to Sawmill Road. Turn right onto Rodeo Road, then left onto Camino Carlos Rey, and another left onto Governor Miles Road. Take a right onto Viale Tresana at the main entrance of the Villas di Toscana development, then left onto Viale Cetona. sfahba.com
1505 Calle Preciosa, Plaza Bonita
Designer Style for Easy Living Embodying beauty and simplicity, this Borrego-built home designed in collaboration with Jennifer Ashton Interiors was designed with soft gray and white interiors for a modern and soothing aesthetic and designer style for easy living. The 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home features natural wood beams, gorgeous white walls with hand-troweled plaster, a linear stacked stone see-through gas fireplace in the living room, an open-concept kitchen, and sleek tile designs. Other highlights include warm gray cabinetry throughout, oversized concrete-style porcelain tile flooring, and a master suite with a walk-in rainhead shower and open his-and-her closets. Lots of natural light flows throughout this finely crafted, HERSrated and green-friendly home, where a useful mudroom-hobby room is ideally located off the 2-car garage. This beautiful home is available now, or define your own unique style with interior designer guidance in a Santa Fe Pueblo or contemporary-style home by Borrego, with new pricing starting in the upper $400s. About the builder: Born and raised in Santa Fe, Jim, Rick, and Bobby Borrego opened the doors of Borrego Construction in 1977. For 40 years, they’ve built highquality homes and commercial buildings while maintaining close client relationships—as only a local builder can. Borrego Construction’s commitment to building relationships first and homes second is the cornerstone of this family-owned company. 64
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HOME FEATURES • Santa Fe Pueblo meets modern Mission influences • Green-friendly and HERS-rated • Modern and soothing gray and white interior palette • Stacked stone see-through fireplace in living room
price: $599,000 lot size: .17 acre heated sq. ft.: 2,150 total sq. ft.: 2,841 architect: Borrego Construction interior designer: Jennifer Ashton Interiors
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take St. Francis Drive to San Mateo Road and head east. Proceed to the second right (Galisteo), make a right onto Calle Bonita, and another right onto Calle Preciosa.
18 134 Lovato Lane, South Capitol
2-Story Contemporary with All the Modern Conveniences This amazing home is one of a kind—a new, two-story contemporary residence built on a repurposed city lot by Prull Custom Builders. The basement level houses a state of the art mechanical room, a wine cellar, and a sophisticated A/V room. On the main floor is a 2-car garage, a well-appointed kitchen, living and dining areas, a guest bedroom and bath, and an extensive outdoor portal covering a barbecue area and fire pit. The main floor’s pièce de résistance, however, is its ultramodern custom stairway. Open steel risers curve upward with floating walnut treads, glass balusters, and steel handrails leading to the second floor, comprising a second bedroom/office, the master suite with an adjoining studio, and an upstairs roof deck. Its unusual design is not this home’s only secret; it’s also a highly advanced smart home, fully automated to program lighting, thermostats, and more at the touch of a button. And does this two-story house come with an elevator? But of course! About the builder: Since 1981, Prull Custom Builders has specialized in building architect-designed custom homes. They have won numerous awards in the AIA Excellence in Design, the Santa Fe Parade of Homes, and the Excellence in Remodeling competitions, including the Grand Award, Best Craftsmanship, Best Exterior, Best Master Suite, and Best Whole House Remodel. The company holds a well-deserved reputation for superior craftsmanship and exceptional customer service.
HOME FEATURES • 2-story contemporary home with elevator and basement wine cellar • High-tech fully automated Smart Home System • Sleek finishes and high end appliances • Custom steel, wood, and glass interior staircase
price: N/A lot size: .5 acre heated sq. ft.: 3,441 total sq. ft.: 5,240 architect: Hoopes + Associates landscape design: Serquis + Associates
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take Paseo de Peralta to Don Gaspar, heading south. Cross over Cordova, pass Malaga Road, and turn right on Lovato Lane. House is at the end in the cul-de-sac on the left. sfahba.com
123 East San Mateo Road
Updated for Modern Family Living To accommodate the changing needs of a young family, BUILT Design Collective and Flat Iron, LLC collaborated on an extensive remodel of a Territorial-style home that now perfectly suits their clients’ lifestyle. A previously choppy floor plan was redesigned with thoughtful flow, and the severely undersized kitchen was expanded. Big and bright today, it features a massive island, cool retro lighting, and open shelving. Truly the hub of the home, the kitchen integrates several livable spaces, including a sitting room with a tile-clad fireplace, a kids’ play area, and a portal with an outdoor fireplace. The 4-bedroom, 5-bathroom home features cozy but modern furnishings, wood floors throughout, updated baths with vibrant Tabarka tile, bold wall coverings, and many contemporary, family-friendly finishes. A large new garage, a mud room, and additional storage space make the home even more livable for its busy family. Beautifully landscaped and featuring stunning outdoor living areas, this home is not to be missed. About the builder: With degrees in architecture under their belts, designer Cara Scarola of BUILT Design Collective and contractor Eric Harris of Flat Iron, LLC enjoy working together to take a project from conception through completion. Cara and Eric bring years of combined design, building, and project management skills to every exciting collaboration. 66
HOME FEATURES • Large, bright kitchen with adjacent sitting room • Cohesive floor plan integrates living spaces • Fun, contemporary finishes, tiles, and wall coverings • Multiple outdoor living spaces on fully landscaped lot
price: N/A lot size: 1.0 acre heated sq. ft.: ft.: 6,410 total sq. ft.: 8,899 home + interior designer: Cara Scarola, BUILT Design Collective builder: Eric Harris, Flat Iron, LLC landscape designer: Kendall McCumber, McCumber Fine Gardens
Eric Harris & Cara Scarola
Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take Old Santa Fe Trail south to Old Pecos Trail. Turn right onto East San Mateo. The house will be on the right.
MODERN. SANTA FE. STYLE. builtdesigncollective.com
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25 Years of GRAND HACIENDAS 1993 — Madera Builders 1994 — Madera Builders 1995 — Sun Desert Homes 1996 — Tierra Concepts, Inc. 1997 — Clemens Construction, Inc. 1998 — co-winners: Bill Kramer’s Santa Fe Development Partners Tierra Concepts, Inc. 1999 — Waszak Custom Homes 2000 — Bill Kramer’s Santa Fe Development Partners 2001 — Parks Custom Builders, Inc. 2002 — Roger Hunter Builder + Designer + Architect 2003 — Tierra Concepts, Inc. 2004 — Woods Design Builders 2005 — Waszak Custom Homes 2006 — Hurlocker Homes 2007 — Tierra Concepts, Inc. 2008 — Gianardi Construction 2009 — Tierra Concepts, Inc. 2010 — Woods Design Builders 2011 — Gianardi Construction 2012 — Green Star Builders Inc. 2013 — Tierra Concepts, Inc. 2014 — Frank Yardman Construction 2015 — Woods Design Builders 2016 — Solterra + Design + Build
Left: Kim Shanahan has served as the Executive Officer of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association since 2008.
SFAHBA Executive Officers 1993 — Diane Salvatore 1994 — Joel “Tick” Vicars 1998 — Sema Wynne 2001 — Jim Ummel (Interim) 2002 — Gary Ehlert 2008 — Kim Shanahan (Interim) 2009 — Kim Shanahan 68
Above, left to right: Keith Gorges, Kurt Faust, and Eric Faust during Tierra Concepts’ early years, when the three partners were still entirely hands-on and in the trenches.
Where most of the homes in the early and middle years of the Parade were spec houses, today’s Parade homes are mostly custom projects and high-end remodels. The recession that began around 2008 forced many custom builders like Tierra, Woods, and Frank Yardman Construction to adapt by taking on remodeling projects to tide them through the lean years. It was a tough period, and many builders contend we’re still not quite out of the woods. In 2002 the number of homes on the Parade swelled to 42; in 2013 it dropped to just 14. If you were to leaf through a Haciendas magazine from 1993 or 1994, you’d be hard-pressed to recognize many of the builders who were represented in those Parades. Some builders retired or changed career direction entirely; others simply didn’t make it. Three builders who have homes in the 2017 Parade are proudly celebrating their own 25th anniversaries of building in Santa Fe: Zachary Shultz (Zachary’s Strawbale Homes, Zachary’s Homes, Zachary & Sons Homes); Rob Gibbs
(BT Homes, Homewise, Arete Homes of Santa Fe); and Tierra Concepts, Inc. Haciendas Magazine In today’s glossy, color-saturated world, it’s hard to believe that just 25 years ago magazines and ads still printed in black and white. The earliest Haciendas magazines tended to be monochrome, and even the Parade entries were black and white sketches with just a bit of descriptive text. As a take-along Parade magazine and resource guide, Haciendas has ranged from a compact 64 pages up to a whopping 182 pages in 2007. In the late ’90s and early 2000s, Haciendas took on a far more professional look with fourcolor advertising and color entries. Today, colorized renderings of the homes, along with expanded editorial-style descriptors, offer a clean, easy-to-read, and consistent look. The Parade Over two Friday-to-Sunday weekends in August, including Indian Market weekend, Haciendas—A Parade of Homes entices thousands of visitors to map out driving routes and personally tour houses that have been built or remodeled by Santa Fe’s best contractors, architects, and designers. To the Parade-goer walking through a front door in their booties it all looks so effortless, but leading up to those six days is a frenzy of construction, finish-out, and staging by the entrants that can take anywhere from a few months to, as Prull Custom Builders learned from their award-winning Manderfield project, years to prepare. Left: Prull & Associates’ (now Prull Custom Builders) 1997 Parade entry was a pumice-crete walled compound with a lap pool and a tennis court. Twenty years later, Prull has three custom entries in the 2017 Parade.
THE PA R AD E P RO S… On Parade Exposure
“ Above: The largest Parade on record in Santa Fe was in 2002, with 42 homes—36 new builds and six remodels.
“We have learned that we need to get started early, and that it takes a lot of work, time, and money,” says Frank Yardman III of Frank Yardman Construction, whose 2014 contemporary entry won the Grand Hacienda. “The years we’re in the Parade we don’t plan on having a summer and we have to be prepared to do whatever it takes to get the job done on time and with the highest quality.” More than one former Parade entrant recalls years in which their crew was hurriedly sweeping dirt out the back door even as the judging team was strolling in the front. A parade of homes invites thousands of visitors to walk through what are often personal properties, nearly unchecked and unsupervised. And with thousands of visitors come thousands of opinions. Two-time Grand Hacienda winner Gerry Barber never quite got used to people telling him to his face, “Oh, I wouldn’t have done it that way.” Some Parade-goers conveniently forget that the home they’re touring is not, in fact, their own; Frank Yardman learned the hard way to seal off all of the toilets in his Parade homes and to keep an eagle eye on the refrigerator. “My personal home was on the Parade in 2010,” recalls Sharon Woods. “It was early Saturday morning and I was getting dressed. I realized I had left something I wanted to wear in the laundry room and I went sprinting, half-dressed to get it. Lo and behold at 8:00 in the morning there was a woman standing in the middle of my living room!” When Sharon demanded to know what the woman was doing in her house, she replied calmly, “Oh, I’m an early bird.” But not to worry, the woman told Sharon brightly. “I took off my shoes and left them at the front door!”
It’s hard to get the kind of advertisement and exposure for a medium size builder that you get in the Parade. Hundreds—if not thousands—of people see or read about your homes. It does take a ton of work, and to really take advantage of the exposure that the Parade offers, the home has to be finished and furnished nicely. —Gerry Barber, Madera Builders LLC
On Evolving Style
We started off building modest homes with quality finishes and then graduated into larger, much more extravagant and expensive homes. Coming full circle we are back to smaller homes with thoughtful floor plans and quality finishes. I often say my clients want quality, not quantity. —Frank Yardman III, Frank Yardman Construction
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Get your home completed in June or by the first of July so there is no last minute pressure. And be prepared for the traffic!
—Rob Gibbs, Arete Homes of Santa Fe
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On the Secret to Winning 5 Grand Haciendas
Going Forward In an interesting coincidence, this year’s Parade— the 25th—has 19 homes to tour, the same number as the first Parade in 1993. But that’s about where the similarity between the two events ends. The home styles represented are far more diverse and contemporary than the relentlessly Southwest homes of a quarter century ago; not one of them is in Eldorado; and yes, the price points start and finish a little higher. However, as Parade-goers have learned over the years, Santa Fe style isn’t about what a house looks like; it’s about how it’s built—with pride, by experienced craftsmen, artisans, and tradespeople using quality materials, in a location that offers unparalleled natural beauty and scenery as a backdrop. How will home styles evolve over the next quarter century of the Parade? That’s up to the next generation of talented and creative Santa Fe builders.
I think a lot of it has to do with that we are always pushing the boundaries of design; we’re always looking for new ways to explore the Santa Fe experience. The term ‘contextual modern’ is something Tierra came up with several years ago; it means taking traditional materials and patterns in Northern New Mexico vernacular architecture and using them in a more modern way.
Haciendas, the take-along Parade magazine and resource guide, provides details about and driving directions to each home, plus information about the builders.
—Keith Gorges, Tierra Concepts, Inc. On Surviving the Recession
Prior to the downturn we were about 80 percent new builds, 20 percent remodels. During the downturn that completely flipped, and now we are returning back to doing mostly new builds. We got through the recession by trimming overhead and learning how to run lean.
Magazine covers have evolved from graphic art (top, 1994) to paintings by local artists (above, 2007), to glossy photographs of Grand Hacienda winners (left, 2016).
—Rob Woods, Woods Design Builders 70
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