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Welcome: from

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Welcome to the 26th annual Haciendas—A Parade of Homes. The Parade committee is proud to introduce you to some of the top builders, designers, architects, and other building professionals who help make the Parade a great show for visitors and Santa Feans alike. We have become so accustomed to seeing amazing quality and exquisite craftsmanship in the Parade, yet somehow our member builders always seem to improve upon the previous Marilyn Williams year’s ingenuity. Drawn to this high standard, people from all over the world visit Santa Fe in August to tour our event, meet and brainstorm with builders, and sometimes, to begin the process of building their very own dream homes in the City Different. A very special thank you to all the individuals and businesses who make Haciendas—A Parade of Homes a success. Our sponsors, by underwriting all of our major expenses, show their commitment to the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association and to the spirit of homebuilding here in Northern New Mexico. I would like to personally thank the Parade committee members who have volunteered hundreds of hours of their time over many months of organizing and promoting the 2018 event. Let the Parade begin! Gas up the car, pack some water, bring this issue of Haciendas with you as you follow the map to each of the 14 homes on the Parade—and of course, invite a few friends to join in the adventure.

Marilyn Williams Pella Windows & Doors Chair, Haciendas—A Parade of Homes

Contents 12

Welcome from the Parade Chair

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"First Impressions" Amy Gross

18 "A Market in Crisis" Kim Shanahan 20

"Hang Your Hat in Santa Fe" Ben Ikenson

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SFAHBA and Community Outreach

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2017 Parade Award Winners

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"A Compelling Language": 2017 Grand Hacienda by Tierra Concepts, Inc. Amy Gross

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2018 Sponsors

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Maps to Parade Homes

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Judging & Award Information

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Parade Entries

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What's Hot!

72 Advertisers

2018 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes Committees Publisher

Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association

President, Bella Media Group Bruce Adams

Managing Editor Amy Gross

Art/Production Director B.Y. Cooper

Senior Designer Allie Salazar

Parade Chair © 2018 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.

Marilyn Williams (Pella Windows & Doors)

The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association 2520 Camino Entrada #B Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 505-982-1774 • fax 505-982-0238 sfahba.com

Marketing Committee

Graphic Designer

Builder Committee

Emily Mascarenas, Chair (HUB International), Elizabeth Chapman (Statements In Tile/ Lighting/Kitchens/Flooring), Dan Gustavson (Custom Window Coverings), Avenelle Gonzales (Woods Design Builders), Pamalita Poloma-Alioto (Turquoise Woman Homes) Laura Gallegos, Chair (Washington Federal), Christopher Fortson (SunPower by Positive Energy Solar), Jason Rogers (Builders Source Appliance Gallery)

Judging Committee

Joe Gammon, Chair (House Incorporated), Tom Treece (Arpad Builders)

Sponsorship Committee

Sonja Berthrong

Marita DeVargas, Chair (New American Funding), Elizabeth Chapman (Statements In Tile/Lighting/Kitchens/Flooring), Stephen Gillespie (State Farm), Christian Tena (LANB)

Magazine Committee

Home Renderings

Kim Shanahan, David Wilkinson, Lauren Sauvageot

SFAHBA Staff

Kim Shanahan, Lauren Sauvageot, Jackie Gonzalez

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. SFAHBA 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. Bella Media Group Pacheco Park, 1512 Pacheco St, Ste D-105, Santa Fe, NM 87505, 505-983-1444. 12

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Photography

Katie Johnson (Katie Johnson Photography)

Events

Diana Roembach, Chair (Linograt), Diana Jowers (Dahl Plumbing), Gillis Lang (Linograt), Pamalita Poloma-Alioto (Turquoise Woman Homes), Lauren Sauvageot (SFAHBA), Saguna Severson (Tierra Concepts) Order single copies of Haciendas ($15+S&H) for the 2018 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes through sfahba.com.


Photography by Anne Staveley, Lee Klopfer, and Wendy McEahern

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First Impressions

By Amy Gross

Looming at the entrance to a huge circular courtyard, a massive, 1,800-pound hot rolled steel gate made by Clay Howard of Clay Howard Metalwork makes a dramatic first impression. Not only is the gate curved to hug the wall, but it slides as well—no mean feat of engineering. The contemporary home the gate opens to, located in Las Campanas, was Praxis Design/Build’s entry in the 2017 Parade of Homes.

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Gate creations from Santa Fe’s masters of metal

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Right: An intriguing entry gate was one of six pieces Erik Prada of Baumstahl Furniture made for the owners of this home in Los Cerros Colorados. Zachary & Sons Homes asked Prada to create a gate for the house, one of three Zachary entered in the 2017 Parade. Made of solid steel in a bronze powder-coated finish, the gate’s rectangular geometries, reminiscent of midcentry modern patterns, are open and welcoming, offering a peek at the landscaping beyond. 14

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KATIE JOHNSON

f you’ve attended a Parade of Homes in Santa Fe in recent years, you’ve probably noticed that gates are trending. Heavy wood privacy gates used to be de rigueur in the City Different, but today, with the explosion of more contemporary architecture, it’s sculptural, intricately wrought metal gates that are serving as the entry points to these amazing Southwest homes. As artists working in steel and iron, local metal fabricators are creating custom pieces for the most discerning builders and clients. Here’s a roundup of some of the coolest metal gates from Parades past.


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Left: “A simple idea turned on its head” is how Karla Helland describes the steel front entry gate her husband, Jesse Gries of Green Star Builders, fabricated for their own home, the 2012 Parade’s Grand Hacienda. Gries added a graceful curvature to the classic farm gate, completely changing the feel of the structure from a heavy piece of metal to something more elegant and sculptural. Though the gate was designed for privacy, narrow slits allow light to come in and create a friendlier, more welcoming entrance.

Above: As the entrance to Borrego Custom Homes’ Parade entry in 2017, this three-dimensional steel gate, with budding agave sculptures built into a traditional frame, caught the eye of many a visitor. Designed and fabricated by Jeannie Hernandez of Casa Rosina, the green gate was a new idea, and a departure from her usual repertoire of traditional and contemporary designs. “It captures the flora of the area and is more organic,” Hernandez says, noting how the sage color at once stands out against and also complements the home’s stucco color. “It made people curious about what was behind there.”

KATIE JOHNSON

Left: A striking entrance to the 2017 Grand Hacienda–winning home by Tierra Concepts, Inc., a solid steel pivoting entry gate made by Will Wood of Ironwood Forge plays beautifully against a rustic stone wall and hand-molded brick pavers. The 225-pound gate's opaque, geometric panes of frosted plexiglass create a sense of privacy while also stirring interest in the courtyard space behind it.

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By Kim Shanahan

A Market in Crisis Housing is in short supply in Santa Fe—but is a boom imminent?

Amy Gross

According to first-quarter statistics published by the Santa Fe Association of Realtors, Eldorado, last year’s hottest real estate market, is now suffering from a lack of inventory. Sales dropped in the first months of 2018, with a median sales price of $349,000.

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Amy Gross

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n case you haven’t heard, Santa Fe considers itself in a housing crisis the likes of which it has never seen. Most acutely felt is the shortage of multi-family rental apartments—and not just “affordable” multi-family rentals, which have an unheard-of vacancy rate of less than one percent, but all rentals. Most are inclined to identify a single most important cause of such a significant market disruption, as if we fixed that one thing all else would fall in line. But the current Santa Fe housing crisis had many ill winds that led to this perfect storm of unmet demand, a demand that will only grow stronger before solutions begin to arrive. One popular notion heard often in Santa Fe is that shortterm rentals, specifically those let through Airbnb, are the cause of the shortage, and maybe we should ban them or tax the heck out of them? Well, we do tax them now, and Airbnb has been very cooperative with collecting and transmitting the money to the city. Instead of banning them we recently nearly tripled the available permits from 350 to 1,000, which as of June of this year had not all been taken. Currently the collected tax is dumped into tourism promotion; some have suggested it should go to the city’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund instead. And while 1,000 Airbnb rentals may seem a big number, the city estimates the current housing market deficit to be

Above: The final phase of Tierra Contenta, a master-planned community of affordable mixed housing on the southwest side of town, is expected to break ground in mid-2019.

north of 5,000 units and predicted to grow much worse before it gets better—if it gets better. Banning all Airbnb would barely dent the problem; plus, many Airbnbs consist of simply a bed and a bathroom, which were never long-term rentals to begin with. Other causes of the housing shortage must also be recognized and addressed.


One much bigger cause has been the absence of the kind of leveraged financing builders and developers enjoyed pre-2008. It hasn’t come back—and may never come back— but some easing is on the horizon and new ways of publicprivate partnerships are being explored, especially those that have a nonprofit development company between the public and the private, as was introduced in Santa Fe’s Tierra Contenta subdivision 20 years ago. Longtime Parade of Homes-goers will remember touring many homes in Tierra Contenta back in the day. Largely dormant for the past decade, the final phase of the masterplanned community, with nearly 2,000 dwelling units presumed, should be breaking ground by this time next year. The wide variety of housing types, densities, and demographics expected in Tierra Contenta, especially serving the neglected new home–ownership price points between $200k–$350k, will be a great addition to much-needed housing stock.

— ROOFING YOU CAN TRUST —

One much bigger cause of the Santa Fe housing shortage has been the absence of the kind of leveraged financing builders and developers enjoyed pre-2008. One promising aspect of Tierra Contenta is that the existing development nonprofit managed by the Santa Fe Housing Trust may be able to help secure infrastructure financing for the subdivided small tracts made available for a number of local builders, designers, and developers. It can also create covenants that promote the city’s ongoing intent to make home building as green and sustainable as the market will bear, especially around water efficiency. It can guarantee affordability through mandates and because the price the city paid for the raw land nearly 25 years ago was literally “dirt cheap.” Santa Fe is poised to bring a great deal of housing to the market in the near future, a prospect welcomed, fortunately, by the Powers That Be in our community. With Tierra Contenta able to serve the demand for single-family homes, and the city-owned property in and around the now-closed Santa Fe University of Art and Design ripe for multi-family development, Santa Fe appears to be on the brink of a housing boom. That will be good for all price points and our broad diversity of demographic needs.

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By Ben Ikenson

Hang Your Hat in Santa Fe

Thinking about retiring in New Mexico? The City Different hits all the right notes. Consistently appearing on lists of “best places to retire,” Santa Fe appeals to retirees who are looking for world-class cultural offerings, a thriving art market, ample healthcare facilities, and of course, blue skies, great weather, and unsurpassed natural beauty.

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n 2016, Conde Nast Traveler Magazine listed Santa Fe as one of the top 10 best places in the world to retire, and number two in the United States. The accolade cited, among other things, Santa Fe’s position as the nation’s third largest art market, its casual and friendly allages community, and the ideal year-round weather. The mention is yet another feather in a cap overflowing with plumage: For a long time, Santa Fe has maintained an attractive “brand” for retirees, with selling points that include low property taxes, excellent healthcare facilities, plenty of world-class cultural offerings and fine dining, and a natural setting of unsurpassed beauty. But despite all the praise, “Santa Fe is routinely getting overlooked by retirees who are opting to settle in surrounding states,” says John Garcia, Executive Vice President of the Home Builders Association of Central New Mexico and a former secretary of tourism for the state. “That’s probably because we are late to the marketing game since we’re one of very few states that hasn’t specifically advertised to this demographic.”


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3209 Richards Lane • Santa Fe, NM (505) 412-1112 • positiveenergysolar.com That is about to change. After Garcia and colleague Kim Shanahan, Executive Officer of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association, spearheaded efforts in the State Capitol to establish a marketing campaign to put the demographic squarely in the state’s sights, the New Mexico Economic Development Department is expected to launch a statewide “Retire in New Mexico” initiative this summer. According to Garcia, the campaign is intended to enhance the state’s economic viability in the 21st century. Considering that retirees “represent some 77 percent of all the nation’s wealth and that every single retiree equates to about half of an ‘economically based job,’” he says, “it is in our best interest to be more proactive with our marketing efforts, building on what we have as we focus more attention on the community we’re striving to become.” “This is not about changing our fundamental makeup as a community,” adds Shanahan. “As a matter of fact, often the adult children of retirees move to the same communities where their parents choose to retire. Ask many Santa Feans how they happened to move to Santa Fe and they will tell you it’s because their parents came here first.” In terms of competing with other communities, Garcia and Shanahan say that Santa Fe, among other New Mexico towns, is well positioned since retirees largely live on fixed incomes, and other regional hubs like Phoenix and Denver are becoming oversaturated and prohibitively expensive. “A lot of older Americans want to get away from the crowds, the traffic, and the high cost of living, and even though it’s not inexpensive to live in Santa Fe, it’s still a bargain relative to many other places in the Southwest,” says Garcia. It is also fortuitously favorable that the boomer demographic shares many of the same kinds of preferences as the even larger

Santa Fe has long maintained an attractive “brand” for retirees, with low property taxes, excellent healthcare facilities, world-class cultural offerings and fine dining, and a natural setting of unsurpassed beauty. millennial generation, such as diversity in its communities in both residential makeup and the built environment. “They want multi-family properties, mixed-use development, walkable neighborhoods,” says Shanahan. “So when we think about competing as a retirement community, we are also thinking about enhancing a community that works for everyone, which makes sense for us because this has never been a place where older generations come to shut themselves off from the world, to play golf by day and bingo by night. One of the most appealing aspects of Santa Fe is its embrace of inclusivity.” Garcia and Shanahan think that the homebuilding community in Santa Fe would be wise to stay apprised of these developments, to keep in mind that affordable housing will always be in demand, as will be the assets that attract both millennials and boomers, and to consider the potential value of incorporating universal design and aging in place principles into their projects. sfahba.com

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Haciendas—A Parade of Homes 2018 About the Cover: Tierra Concepts Inc.’s home on Picacho Peak hit all the right notes with judges of the 2017 Haciendas—A Parade of Homes, earning the veteran homebuilders their sixth Grand Hacienda award. A sublime example of Tierra’s signature contextual modern style, the home incorporates modern elements within a traditional Santa Fe vernacular. Read all about this magnificent residence on page 26. Cover photograph by Wendy McEahern.

2018 Board of Directors Executive Committee President Scott Cherry

Remodelers Council Chair Ted Chagaris

First Vice President Brandon Snoy

Secretary Megan Herrera

Second Vice President Aaron Shultz

Treasurer Ted Swisher

Associate Vice President Jason Rogers

Immediate Past President Joe Gammon

Board of Directors Builder Members: James Auchampaugh, Harmon Burttram, Chuck Caswell, Bill Deuschle, Don DeVito, Leslie Gallatin-Giorgetti, Ray Gee, Mark Giorgetti, Amanda Hatherly, Emily Mascarenas, Bret McClanahan, Valerie Montoya, Bill Roth, JJ Ruiz, Matt Segura, Bruce Thompson, Marshall Thompson, Rob Woods. Ex-Officio: Wayne Nichols. SFAHBA General Counsel: Jack Hiatt.

WENDY MCEAHERN

Staff Executive Officer Kim Shanahan Administrative Assistant Lauren Sauvageot Office Manager Jackie Gonzalez

Above: A true spa retreat, the Grand Hacienda’s master bathroom features floating cabinetry, textural mosaic tile, and floor to ceiling windows that suffuse the space with 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 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 tiny homes on the Zia Road campus. 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. 22

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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. Visit santafehabitat.org. Also visit Habitat's Restore at 2520 Camino Entrada, a building shared with SFAHBA.

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


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Right: A longtime leader in green building practices, Homewise Homes earned awards for Best Energy Efficiency and Best Water Efficiency for their entry in the westside community of Tessera.

Prull Custom Builders’ entry on Calle San Martin handily won Best Kitchen in its category. Cast in a trending blend of blues and grays, the kitchen features stunning glossy and translucent cabinetry, minimalist open shelving, and impressive views.

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Tierra Concepts Inc. (Picacho Peak Drive)

Southwest Spray Foam Award for Best Energy Efficiency Category 1: Arete Homes of Santa Fe (Viale Tresana) Category 2: Homewise Homes Category 3: Prull Custom Builders (Campo Rancheros) Category 4: Tierra Concepts Inc. (Monte Sereno Drive)

Statements In Tile/Lighting/Kitchen/Flooring Award for Best Design Category 1: Arete Homes of Santa Fe (Viale Tresana) Category 2: Zachary & Sons Homes (Callecita Place) Category 3: Zachary & Sons Homes (Plaza del Corazon) Category 4: Tierra Concepts Inc. (Monte Sereno Drive) Villanueva Granite Award for Best Kitchen Category 1: Arete Homes of Santa Fe (Viale Tresana) Category 2: Zachary & Sons Homes (Callecita Place) Category 3: Prull Custom Builders (Calle San Martin) Category 4: Tierra Concepts (Monte Sereno Drive) Coronado Paint & Decorating Award for Best Master Suite Category 1: Borrego Construction Category 2: Zachary & Sons Homes (Cerros Colorados) Category 3: Zachary & Sons Homes (Plaza del Corazon) Category 4: Woods Design Builders (Amberwood Loop) The Firebird Award for Best Outdoor Living Space Category 1: Borrego Construction Category 2: Borrego Custom Homes Category 3: Zachary & Sons Homes (Plaza del Corazon) Category 4: Tierra Concepts Inc. (Monte Sereno Drive) Counter Intelligence Award for Best Craftsmanship Category 1: Lightfoot, Inc. Category 2: Zachary & Sons Homes (Callecita Place) Category 3: Prull Custom Builders (Campos Rancheros) Category 4: Woods Design Builders (Amberwood Loop) 24

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Santa Fe By Design Award for Best Water Efficiency Category 1: Arete Homes of Santa Fe (Viale Tresana) Category 2: Homewise Homes Category 3: Prull Custom Builders (Campo Rancheros) Category 4: Woods Design Builders (Amberwood Loop)

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Exceptional Integration of Old and New in a Historic Remodel Lightfoot, Inc. Exceptional Collaboration Between Builder & Client Prull Custom Builders (Calle San Martin) katie johnson

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Left: Capturing the golf course views was an expert touch, but it was the open floor plan, transitional design, and contemporary finishes that earned Zachary & Sons Homes a Best Design award for their entry on Plaza del Corazon.


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2017 Grand Hacienda In the 2017 Grand Hacienda residence on Picacho Peak in Las Campanas, a rustic stone wall divides the kitchen from the living room, where wallwasher skylights above the Euro-style fireplace let in dramatic shafts of light.

A Compelling Language Tierra Concepts taps into their signature style to win a sixth Grand Hacienda By Amy Gross

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Tierra Concepts, Inc. Left: A stunning example of Tierra Concepts’ contextual modern design, the kitchen takes old world materials and craftsmanship and pairs them with modern finishes and treatments. Glossy, lacquered cabinets, sculptural wood seating, and a hanging steel lighting fixture look perfectly balanced against the over-grouted and rough-cut stone walls.

Below: With the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the distance and easily visible through huge picture windows, the master bedroom offers some of the best views in the house. Again, there’s a play here between traditional elements and modern finishes and conveniences, with an effect that’s warm and inviting.

“It appeals to people because it takes our unique heritage in Santa Fe and re-stylizes it in a contemporary way, but without losing the essence of what makes it Santa Fe style.” Examples in the Picacho Peak home include the over-grouted stone wall bisecting the home that represents a more primitive masonry technique; the way the contemporary, lacquered cabinets are laid against a rough wall of Jerusalem limestone; and lighting that’s recessed into a massive, geometric steel frame suspended from the kitchen ceiling. The home made an impact on judges in the 2017 Parade, who appreciated its seemingly effortless blending of contemporary architecture, old world craftsmanship and materials, very modern treatments, and superior design and flow—which was put to the test during a wellattended opening party. With flowing, amorphous landscaping and exquisite interior design and staging by Annie O’Carroll and Jessica Savage of Annie O’Carroll Interior Design, the 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath residence demonstrated everything that makes a hacienda grand. “Other parts of the appeal of that house are the light and the views,” notes Kurt Faust. “You can’t really take that for granted.” Sliding pocket doors, which Gorges likens to “the equivalent of a pool in this climate,” open grandly to a garden portal and breathtaking views of the Sangre de Cristos, removing any obstruction between the indoors and outdoors. Even the master bathroom, a serene, timeless retreat, relates with the outdoors through floor-to-ceiling windows.

Wall-washer skylights are strategically placed throughout the home, allowing dramatic natural light to suffuse the interior spaces and create the play between light and shadow that has intrigued Santa Fe artists for centuries. “The light changes every five minutes,” notes Tierra marketing director Saguna Severson, “and the wall washers show the sun going around the house the entire day.” From the rustic kitchen, to the Zen-like master bath and the fun, crimson-hued laundry room, Tierra’s award-winning residence seems designed to satisfy every emotional need. “A house should be a playful thing,” says Gorges. “It should be something that takes you through different emotional space—introverted space and extroverted space. It should take you on a journey where there’s different moods.” Even the art, which includes calming geometric sculptures by Kellogg Johnson and contemporary paintings by Helene Pfeffer, speaks to different frames of mind. As with so many elements of the home’s design and décor, the art introduces modernism to an old school conviction, in a way that’s fresh and beguiling. “It’s good to take parts of our past, and retain them—to hold them and preserve them,” observes Gorges. “But it’s also good to take that and move forward into where our imaginations take us.”

Tierra Concepts, Inc., tierraconceptssantafe.com

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Coronado Paint & Decorating Award for Best Master Suite

Villanueva Granite, Inc. Award for Best Kitchen

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2 Frank Yardman Construction & Interface Architects 100 Daybreak

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5 Prull Custom Builders 36 Plaza Del Centro

From downtown, take 285/84 north to 599 south. Exit at and turn right onto Camino La Tierra. Proceed 3.3 miles until the road forks by the bell tower and veer left, staying on Camino La Tierra, and continue for approximately 3.5 miles. Turn left into the entry gate for Plaza del Centro. Follow to the right halfway around the cul-de-sac. (505-690-0971)

7 Palo Santo Designs 41 N. Vuelta Herradura

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8 Compadre Custom Construction 27 Sundance Ridge Circle

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From the downtown area, take 285/84 north to 599 south. Take 599 to Camino de los Montoyas and turn right. Right onto Camino Don Patron. (505-780-1157)

10 Odai Design + Construct 3094 Monte Sereno Drive

From the downtown area, take 285/84 north to the first Tesque exit (Opera Drive). Turn left onto Avenida Monte Sereno and proceed under the overpass into Monte Sereno. Turn right onto Monte Sereno Drive. (505-699-8822)

11 Solterra + Design + Build 3096 Monte Sereno Drive

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From the downtown area and Paseo de Peralta, turn north on Bishop’s Lodge Road, then right onto Artist Road, which becomes Hyde Park Road. Just past Gonzales Road, turn right into the Vista Cañada Ancha subdivision. Follow the signs up the hill and to the right. (505-690-6796)

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12 Woods Design Builders 2967 Tesuque Overlook

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A charming and authentic renovation of a casita and art studio on Canyon Road earned Lightfoot, Inc. the Counter Intelligence Award for Best Craftsmanship in its category, as well as a special award for Exceptional Integration of Old and New in a Historic Remodel.

JUD G I NG A ND A WARDS + DAT E S AND T IME S HACIENDAS—A PARADE OF HOMES IS A COMPETITION 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: 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 AWARDS GALA will be held at La Fonda on the Plaza on Tuesday,

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August 10–12 and August 17–19 Homes are open 11 am–6 pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. From 4–9 pm on Friday, August 17, 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. Download the Parade App from the Android or iPhone App Store to help you navigate from one home to the next! 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 are 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, 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.


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1 1115 Paseo Corazon, El Camino Crossing

Beautiful, Livable, and Energy-Efficient, Too Residents of the Homewise Homes community of El Camino Crossing love Homewise’s Jemez model. In fact, it’s Homewise’s most popular floor plan, a roomy 3-bedroom, 2-bath design with tons of storage space and a Northern New Mexico–style pitched roof. Soaring 14-foot ceilings and clerestory windows make the open living areas feel even more spacious and bright, while a detached carport/casita offers extra living space for guests or family members. Solar is standard in all homes in El Camino Crossing, as are many artisan features such as outdoor sconces and metal railings. Optional upgrades include stainless steel appliances, Solatube skylights, under-cabinet LED lighting, and more. A park is currently being built in the community that’s enjoyed by first-time homebuyers, retirees, singles, and young families alike. Though currently a residential neighborhood, plans are in the works for live/work opportunities and commercial space. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this vibrant, growing neighborhood.

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. 38

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Mike Loftin & Daniel Slavin

HOME FEATURES • Livable, open floor plan with 14-foot ceilings • Rooftop solar array reduces or eliminates electric bills • Great residential community with plans for live/work and commercial space • Artisan features and accents

price: N/A lot size: .117 acre heated sq. ft.: 1,515 total sq. ft.: 1,851 architect: Len Nobel home stager: DeMarais Homestaging + Design, LLC

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take St. Francis south to Agua Fria and travel west on Agua Fria. Immediately after crossing Harrison, turn left into El Camino Crossing.


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100 Daybreak, Las Lomas

Daybreak House Sited high on a promontory, Daybreak House, a stunning contemporary residence designed by architect Paul Stevenson Oles, FAIA, of Interface Architects, and built by Frank Yardman Construction, captures breathtaking views of Santa Fe and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Unlike most view lot homes, Daybreak House is conveniently located in town, near the Santa Fe River Trail in the quiet, safe, and well-run subdivision of Las Lomas—a mere half-hour’s walk to Solana Shopping Center and less than three miles from the Plaza. With aging in place firmly in mind, the single level floor plan has not one step. The 3-bedroom, 3-bath home features mini-splits for summer cooling, a Wolf/Sub-Zero appliance package, LED lighting, a fire suppression system, and a gas see-through fireplace. Abundant insulation, an extensive rooftop solar array, and a 5,000-gallon cistern contributed to the home’s LEED Gold certification. Look no further. This exceptional home, incredible views, and a secluded but accessible neighborhood are yours for the asking. About the collaborators: For more than 30 years, Frank Yardman Construction has been building superb custom contemporary homes that respect Southwestern traditions and aesthetics. Paul Stevenson Oles, FAIA, of Interface Architects, is an architect with an international reputation as a teacher and visualist. They have recently combined their skills, collaborating on “Daybreak House,” a striking new residence in the Las Lomas subdivision.

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Frank Yardman and Paul Stevenson Oles, FAIA

HOME FEATURES • Architect-designed contemporary residence in the convenient Las Lomas subdivision • Promontory sited with astonishing views of Santa Fe and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains • Single level, no-step floor plan conducive to aging in place • LEED Gold certified, with a 5.52 Kw rooftop solar array and 5,000 gallon cistern

price: $1.2 million lot size: 1.43 acres heated sq. ft.: 2,811 total sq. ft.: 3,752 architect: Paul Stevenson Oles, FAIA, Interface Architects

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take St. Francis south to West Alameda. Proceed about 1.4 miles to The High Road and turn right. In less than .25 mile you will have to turn right onto City Lights. First right onto Daybreak.


TOOLS OF THE TRADE... Custom home builders rely on a number of tools. Some, like my grandfather’s wooden clamps or his hand crank drill, are easy to hold in your hand. The experience of making dreams a reality, and the good will, deep partnerships, and intuitive sense of time and place that can only come from living here for fourteen generations, aren’t as easy to handle. But, you’ll find both sorts in our toolbox, and that’s why our clients use words like stunning and soulful when they are talking about their finished homes. Together, let’s see what we can build.

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5 Camino Campanario, Las Campanas

Golf Course and Mountain Views Overlooking the convergence of the 18th holes of Sunrise and Sunset championship golf courses, this stunning Woods Design Builders home is sited on one of the last best lots in Las Campanas. Portales designed in a sawtooth arrangement capture lake, golf course, and Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountain views from nearly every room, while just steps away, the Las Campanas Clubhouse offers world-class amenities. This is Woods design at its best, in which a Zaguan-style entryway featuring reclaimed terra cotta stone greets you as you enter this classic Pueblo-style residence with 14-foot ceilings with vigas, divided light windows, Taj Mahal granite countertops in the warm kitchen, and a reclaimed antique fireplace from France. The extremely livable floor plan is one level with no steps, and includes an expansive master wing to the right that features an office and a private sweetheart deck. To the left is the grand living room, additional bedrooms, and the stunning kitchen with its cozy, attached hearth room. If you're imagining yourself living here, ask a Woods associate about how you can become this home’s first lucky owner. About the builder: Family owned-and-operated Woods Design Builders has called Santa Fe home for 39 years. The hallmarks of a Woods designed-andbuilt 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.” 42

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Rob and Shane Woods

HOME FEATURES • Incredible lot with spectacular golf course and mountain views • Steps from Las Campanas Clubhouse and world-class amenities • Classic, timeless Woods architectural style • Open, livable floor plan with a private master suite and balcony

price: $2.45 million lot size: 1.0 acres heated sq. ft.: 4,069 total sq. ft.: 5,769 interior design: Violante & Rochford 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 onto Camino La Tierra. Follow signs to Las Campanas Drive (going under the overpass). Turn right at Clubhouse Drive, going through the main and security gates. Turn left onto Camino Campanario.


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5 Sendero Centro, Las Campanas

As Custom as It Gets Located at the convergence of both 18th holes of the Sunrise and Sunset golf courses, and just steps from the Las Campanas clubhouse, this custom residence by Zachary & Sons Homes is a golfer’s dream home. Classic Santa Fe style defines the home’s exteriors, but inside, the finishes are contemporary and the corners crisp and sharp. This entertainer’s home is appointed with beautiful, hand-crafted tile and includes a detached guesthouse connected to the main house by portales. The open floor plan main house features two master suites, a wine room for the winemaker owners, a media room, diamond finish plaster walls, white oak wood floors, wood-burning fireplaces, and an incredible, custom-built stainless steel kitchen island. What’s more, it is a fully automated smart home and outfitted with a whole-house speaker system. Abundant windows and glass bring the views close, and facilitates the comfortable indoor-outdoor living that makes Las Campanas such a wonderful place to own a home. About the builder: In 2018, Zachary Shultz celebrates his 26th year of building superior custom homes in Santa Fe. His sons, Aaron Shultz and Josh Shultz, represent the sixth generation of homebuilders in the family. As Zachary & Sons Homes, the Shultz family delivers “distinctive homes with a personal touch.”

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HOME FEATURES • Unmatched location at the 18th holes of Sunrise and Sunset golf courses • Indoor-outdoor integration through the extensive use of glass and windows • Custom steel kitchen island • Entertainer’s home with wine room

price: N/A lot size: .3 acre heated sq. ft.: 3,447 total sq. ft.: 5,369 architect: Lorn Tryk, Lorn Tryk Architects

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), then left onto Sendero Centro.


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5 36 Plaza del Centro, The Estancias at Las Campanas

Contemporary Masterpiece A masterful work in steel, stucco, and glass, this ultra-contemporary open-concept custom residence by Prull Custom Builders redefines architectural ingenuity on this year’s Parade. Horseshoe-shaped, the home incorporates several unique exterior structural designs, including a sweeping curved roof floating over the main living portal, opposite a butterfly roof above the guest portal. The custom features are innumerable, from the doors and horizontal grained Echo Wood veneer cabinets throughout, to the multiple water features, extensive metal work, and indoor/ outdoor banco piercing a wall of glass. An exclusive 4-bedroom guest wing is connected by Jack-and-Jill baths, while the state-of-the-art kitchen features Elegant Brown granite countertops, a 15-foot central island, double dishwashers, and his-and-her sinks. In the adjacent living room, artwork above the steel-clad biofuel fireplace automatically lifts to reveal an 85-inch TV. The sumptuous master wing delivers ultimate privacy, seamlessly connected to the landscape through free-flowing glass and covered portales. The natural siting of this home, coupled with 10-foot sliding doors and multiple outdoor living spaces, captures beautiful Sangre and Jemez mountain views for miles. 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. 46

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Will Prull

HOME FEATURES •E  xceptional contemporary architecture, materials, and finishes • Interior/exterior steel-clad features include fireplace mass, portal columns, entry door, and roofing elements •E  xtensive custom cabinetry and countertops throughout  ultiple portales seamlessly transition •M between exquisite indoor/outdoor space

price: N/A lot size: 2.5 acres heated sq. ft.: 5,106 total sq. ft.: 8,256 architect: Craig Hoopes, Hoopes + Associates Architects interior designer: Paul Rau, Paul Rau Interiors landscape architect: Solange Serquis, Serquis + Associates Driving Directions: From downtown, take 285/84 north to 599 south. Exit at and turn right onto Camino La Tierra. Proceed 3.3 miles until the road forks by the bell tower and veer left, staying on Camino La Tierra, and continue for approximately 3.5 miles. Turn left into the entry gate for Plaza del Centro. Follow to the right halfway around the cul-de-sac.


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7 Camino Maravilla, Las Campanas

Elegantly Appointed Retreat This exquisite home in Las Campanas brings thoughtful design and living spaces with resort style living. Built by Pulte Homes, it features a courtyard entry, 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, a guest suite with living area, and contemporary design features throughout. An open flow-through kitchen and café overlooks the gathering room with a corner gas fireplace adorned with stone veneer, offering ideal space for entertaining and everyday living. Twelve-foot ceilings bring in the natural Southwestern sunlight, and the center sliding glass door in the gathering room flows to the outdoor covered patio. The designer kitchen is appointed with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, Mastercraft® cabinetry, and modern pendant lighting over the island. This home provides flexible living spaces such as a game room for hobbies plus a den perfect for a private study. 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 48

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HOME FEATURES • Guest suite with living area • Outdoor covered patio • 3-car garage • Culinary kitchen with granite island

price: $819,990 lot size: .3 acre heated sq. ft.: 2,988 total sq. ft.: 3,725

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.


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41 N. Vuelta Herradura, La Tierra

Simply Stunning Understated, elegant, and a reflection of the owner’s desire for indoor-outdoor connection, this contemporary custom home by Palo Santo Designs employs clean, crisp lines within a 15-acre natural setting. The house is expertly oriented to the spectacular views; expansive sliding window walls that open to patios create a panoramic effect from east to west, capturing the Jemez and Sangre mountains. Steel, glass, and edgy, natural materials drive the contemporary feel, especially the extensive use of concrete. Look for the custom concrete countertops and integral cast concrete sink in the kitchen; the fireplace’s concrete hearth; the cast concrete outdoor shower; and the stunning, hard-troweled concrete floors inside and out that demonstrate a sense of movement and depth. This 2-bedroom, 2-bath open floor plan home features the thermal performance and energy efficiency Palo Santo Designs is known for, as well as a stunning simplicity that celebrates indoor-outdoor living. About the builder: Palo Santo Designs LLC is an award-winning general contractor specializing in the design and construction of fine custom homes. Committed to providing the highest quality craftsmanship, personalized project management, and unsurpassed expertise in the production of high-performance homes, Palo Santo Designs consistently achieves excellence in energy efficiency, water conservation, and comfort. Brandon, Leslie & Mark 50

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HOME FEATURES • State-of-the-art building envelope • Oriented to spectacular views of the Jemez and Sangre mountains • Clean, contemporary lines and a simple, understated elegance • Extensive custom detailing and custom concrete work

price: N/A lot size: 15 acres heated sq. ft.: 2,092 total sq. ft.: 2,950

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take 285/84 North to 599 south. Take the Camino la Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Turn right on Paseo De la Tierra, right on Estrada Calabasa, right on Estrada Redonda, and right onto N. Vuelta Herradura. Turn left after the arroyo crossing on N. Vuelta Herradura. The house is at the end of the cul-de-sac on the left.


PALO SANTO DESIGNS LLC

Photography by Kate Russell

Enduring Quality, Distinctive Design, Sustainable Living

505.988.7230

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27 Sundance Ridge Circle

Sunrise and Sunset This contemporary Pueblo–style home has generations of history. Newly renovated from the ground up by Compadre Custom Construction, it fully embraces an extraordinary view site that captures mountain vistas. The finely crafted interior finishes speak directly to the new contemporary hardscape and landscape features, which include concrete and steel conveyance systems that capture rainwater for the new plantings and trees. The modern kitchen features Euro-style cabinetry and a fully paneled wall with touchlatch doors that open to cleverly concealed pantry and laundry areas. Two three-panel sliding doors open an entire wall to the outdoor dining area and breathtaking views of the Jemez and Sangre mountains. Nods to classic Santa Fe style include beautiful diamond finish plaster walls, vigas, latillas, and coved ceilings. A well-crafted and water-efficient landscape plan has created multiple outdoor living spaces, including a dining terrace with outdoor fireplace, and a pool area with a cabana, outdoor kitchen, and modern steel shade structure. This is a singular home you will not want to miss. About the builder: Compadre Custom Construction has been building unique homes in Santa Fe for over 20 years. Our dedication to the art of fine homebuilding has resulted in many successful projects and satisfied clients. All of our projects are built with great attention to environmental concerns and energy efficiency. Russell Coffman 52

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HOME FEATURES • Extraordinary 360-degree view site • Large glass sliding doors that open to unique outdoor living spaces • Beautiful diamond plaster throughout • Conscientious rainwater management for landscaping

price: N/A lot size: 3.0 acres heated sq. ft.: 4,300 total sq. ft.: 5,400 architect: Sandra Donner, RA, Surroundings interior designer: Heather Van Luchene, ASID, HVL Interiors landscape architect: Kenneth Francis, ASLA, PLA, RA, Surroundings landscape contractor: Charles Doerwald, El Toro Landscape

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take 285/84 north to 599 south. Exit onto Ridgetop Road, heading right (north). Left on Tano Road, left on Tano West, then left onto Sundance Ridge Circle.


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39 Camino Don Patron, Rancho de los Cuervos

Perfectly Sized and Appointed From sunrise to sunset, the entire arc of the sun is visible from this custom home built by Tierra Concepts, Inc. To the east, the Sangre view is open and expansive; to the west is a lovely living and dining portal; and on the south, the ‘Oasis’ courtyard forms the entry for the home. Allowing the central living, dining, and kitchen spaces to open to the sky and to the views on three sides offers the very best in seamless indoor-outdoor Santa Fe living. A true jewel box, this contextual modern home makes use of exquisite details and finishes, including custom maple cabinets, stacked stone on the fireplaces, and unique designer tile in each of the baths. The master bath is a must-see; its unique Caesarstone architectural feature connects, in one continuous sculptural line, the room’s waterfall vanity, shower banco, and tub deck. Outdoors, extensive landscaping completes this one-of-a-kind home for happy clients. About the builder: Tierra Concepts has won the prestigious Grand Hacienda Award an unprecedented six 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 • Pocketing glass doors on three sides of the central living space • Breathtaking Sangre and Jemez mountain views to the northeast and northwest, and winter sun in many south-facing rooms and the garage/workshop • Fully custom kitchen with clerestory ceiling • Unique architectural detail in master bath that connects the vanity, shower, and tub • Passive rainwater catchment, including “boomerang berms” to slow water and hold it for plantings price: N/A lot size: 2.5 acres heated sq. ft.: 2,490 total sq. ft.: 3,812 interior design: Annie O’Carroll Interior Design architectural design: Studio Beili landscape design: Surroundings Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take 285/84 north to 599 south. Take 599 to Camino de los Montoyas and turn right. Right onto Camino Don Patron.


The only builder to have won the coveted Grand Hacienda Award an unprecedented six times! (505) 780-1152 | tierraconceptssantafe.com House pictured: Architect: Robert Zachry • Photographer: Wendy McEahern


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3094 Monte Sereno Drive, Monte Sereno

The Best of All Worlds Within The Compound, Monte Sereno’s new, gated community, the “Atalaya” is a stunning modern Pueblo-style residence built by Odai Design + Construct. Designed for effortless indoor-outdoor living, large multislide pocket doors open to an expansive view of the Sangre de Cristos. Beautiful and private outdoor spaces feature brick patios and thoughtful landscaping. An outdoor grilling area and custom gas fire pit provide the perfect setting for relaxing and entertaining. The inspirational open kitchen encourages culinary pursuits with designer appliances. The home’s diamond plaster walls, European white oak floors, and high, beamed ceilings speak to traditional Santa Fe architecture, while the open floor plan and soft contemporary finishes represent the next generation in custom homebuilding. Be one of the first to secure a home in The Compound, a “lock and leave,” active lifestyle community with miles of walking trails and easy access to downtown Santa Fe. About the builder: Established in 2001, Odai Design + Construct is one of Santa Fe’s leading luxury residential and commercial build/design firms, well versed in a wide array of architectural design principles. Anthony and Wendi Odai understand that a custom home is more than a structure—it’s a reflection of its owners, a place where memories are made and traditions honored. 56

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Wendi & Anthony Odai

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21 Club Holdings Team

HOME FEATURES • Sliding pocket doors open to breathtaking Sangre de Cristo views • Large gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances and a walk-in pantry • Multiple portales for comfortable and seamless indoor-outdoor living • Lock-and-leave, active lifestyle living at The Compound at Monte Sereno price: $1.325 million lot size: 1.0 acre heated sq. ft.: 2,626 total sq. ft.: 4,156 architect: Lorn Tryk, Lorn Tryk Architects interior designer: Jennifer Ashton, Allied ASID, Jennifer Ashton Interiors

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take 285/84 north to the first Tesque exit (Opera Drive). Turn left onto Avenida Monte Sereno and proceed under the overpass into Monte Sereno. Turn right onto Monte Sereno Drive.


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photo: Richard White

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3096 Monte Sereno Drive, Monte Sereno

Active Lifestyle Living in The Compound Some of the most beautiful views in Santa Fe are in Monte Sereno, where The Compound, a new, active lifestyle community by 21 Club Holdings is currently growing. Solterra + Design + Build is proud to showcase the “Las Truchas.” The home’s soft contemporary exteriors blend in perfectly with the mountain landscape, while inside, brilliant white hand-troweled plaster walls, fireplaces, wood floors, and dark wood accents speak to a Spanish modern feel. The home’s thoughtful and efficient design is both extremely comfortable and livable, with 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a den. Custom cabinetry is found throughout, as well as natural stone and quartz countertops and natural marble baths. Outdoors, a barbecue station on one of the two portales offers seamless indoor-outdoor living. With extensive walking trails nearby and easy access to downtown Santa Fe, this beautiful home is looking for its first owners. Fifteen Compound lifestyle homes will be built in two phases with two already sold. Be one of the first to enjoy The Compound, Monte Sereno’s newest community. About the builder and the developer: Scott and Maika Wong of award-winning Solterra + Design + Build are a true dynamic duo: home designers, builders, and remodelers who draw inspiration from their extensive travels abroad. This home was built under the preferred builder program created by 21 Club Holdings, owner developer of Monte Sereno, building luxury homes in The Compound at Monte Sereno. 58

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Maika & Scott Wong

21 Club Holdings Team

HOME FEATURES • Soft contemporary design with Spanish modern interiors • Incredible Sangre de Cristo views from two portales and an enclosed entry courtyard • Spacious open floor plan with 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, plus a den • Steps from walking trails and a 7-minute drive into Santa Fe price: $1.275 million lot size: 1.43 acres heated sq. ft.: 2,500 total sq. ft.: 3,978 architect: Lorn Tryk, Lorn Tryk Architects interior designer: Maika Wong, Solterra + Design + Build

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, take 285/84 north to the first Tesque exit (Opera Drive/Avenida Monte Sereno). Turn left onto Avenida Monte Sereno and proceed under the overpass into the main entrance of the Monte Sereno Community. Turn right onto Monte Sereno Drive and follow parade signs to the home.


12 2967 Tesuque Overlook, Monte Sereno

Designed for the Mountain Lifestyle On a view lot the likes of which only Monte Sereno can deliver, this Woods Design Builders custom residence sits atop a ridge. Laid out linearly, the house was designed to provide views from nearly every room, and indeed, large picture and divided light windows capture the majesty of the Sangre de Cristos in dramatic fashion. The classic Pueblo-style home features 14-foot ceilings with vigas, plaster walls, and deep, inset windows. In the kitchen, the custom, white-painted knotty alder cabinets are a beautiful complement to the exotic countertops that you’ll want to see. Reclaimed antique doors and diamond plaster walls with a beautiful beeswax finish are wonderful Southwest elements, as are the sweeping portales off the great room and kitchen. In addition to the main house, there’s an attached casita, an amazing clay studio where the homeowner creates, and lots of cozy nooks and seating areas for reading, chatting, and of course, mountain-gazing. About the builder: Family owned-and-operated Woods Design Builders has called Santa Fe home for 39 years. The hallmarks of a Woods designed-andbuilt 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.” 60

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Rob and Shane Woods

HOME FEATURES • Quintessential Monte Sereno lot with views of the Sangres • Exotic countertops in kitchen • Home includes a casita and a separate clay studio • Classic Pueblo style with large picture and divided light windows

price: N/A lot size: 2.0 acres heated sq. ft.: 4,131 total sq. ft.: 6,196 interior design: J Stoilis Design Associates

Driving Directions: From the downtown area, head north on 285/84 to the Tesuque (Santa Fe Opera) exit. Turn left onto Avenida Monte Sereno and go under the overpass into Monte Sereno. Left onto Monte Sereno Drive. Left on Valle Sereno. Right on Tesuque Overlook.


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13 720 Cañada Ancha, Vista Cañada Ancha

Elegantly Connected to the Land

HOME FEATURES • Flowing steel and stone, expertly fabricated and hand-chiseled • Contemporary portal with incredible curved steel beams • Produces an estimated 14% more energy than it uses • Surprising, playful finishes and décor

An elegant work of art, this sculptural home, designed and built by Green Star Builders, is integrated into the surrounding hillside, organically connected to nature. Throughout, design elements connect interior and exterior living spaces. Look for the window inlaid into a large stone, and the inside/outside fireplaces and curved steel bancos. Although a liberal use of steel and glass leans the home in a contemporary direction, the finishes demonstrate a reverence for old world materials, such as hand-painted tiles and antiqued patinas. Nearly everything in this residence was handcrafted, such as the incredible curved steel beams on the dramatic sunsetfacing portal, the shelving inspired by plaster work in a Provençal home, and the fountain created from a local boulder. As you pass though, look for intimate spaces that invite respite with a good book, two stylistically different studios, and playful use of color, all expressions of the people who will enjoy this custom home.

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Anne Staveley

About the builder: Jesse Gries is the principal designer and lead fabricator of Green Star Builders. He has decades of hands-on experience originating and producing a spectrum of works, which have given him the underlying skills to be innovative and creative, yet always practical. He has an informed and demanding eye for grace and craftsmanship.

price: N/A lot size: 2.18 acres heated sq. ft.: 3,923 total sq. ft.: 6,388

Driving Directions: From the downtown area and Paseo de Peralta, turn north on Bishop’s Lodge Road, then right onto Artist Road, which becomes Hyde Park Road. Just past Gonzales Road, turn right into the Vista Cañada Ancha subdivision. Follow the signs up the hill and to the right.


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A Challenging Site Pays Off Woods Design Builders had their work cut out for them in constructing this stunning, Pueblo-style home on a rare lot in the Camino de Cruz Blanca neighborhood. Sited next to the Dorothy Stewart Trailhead, the challenging lot drops off at the rear of the house to an almost 30-degree slope. But what a site! The house makes the most of its compact lot with views of the trail through the living room portal, as well as unobstructed west-facing mountain views. Classic Woods features include custom, white-painted knotty alder cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, and hand-stenciled Tabarka tile in the kitchen and baths. Hickory floors, thick, rounded plaster walls, and deeply inset divided light windows complete the warm adobe feel. The home features an expansive master suite, including a private hot tub on the master deck, an exercise room, and two garages—one attached and one detached. It’s amazingly private and secluded, yet right in town. About the builder: Family owned-and-operated Woods Design Builders has called Santa Fe home for 39 years. The hallmarks of a Woods designed-andbuilt 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.” 64

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HOME FEATURES • Rare lot on Dorothy Stewart Trail in Camino de Cruz Blanca neighborhood • Private feel with mountain views, yet right in town • Classic Pueblo design with deep set divided light windows

price: N/A lot size: .5 acre heated sq. ft.: 2,815 total sq. ft.: 4,607 interior design: Violante & Rochford Interiors

**Driving Directions: Please note: There is no parking at the house; the road will be closed. Instead, proceed to 715 Camino Cabra for shuttle service to the house. From the downtown area, head east on Alameda past Canyon Road. Alameda becomes Camino Cabra. Follow signs to Rio Grande School on the left and park in the school parking lot. A shuttle will transport visitors to and from the house.


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Kinney Brick – 505.877.4550 custom cABinets/closets

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Dove Trenching & Excavating 505.780.2945 FireplAces/mAsonry

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Loveless Stone & Tile – 575.758.3917 Sherpa Stone – 505.473.2273

Santa Fe by Design – 505.988.4111 Dahl Plumbing – 505.471.1811

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DBC Inc. – 505.699.8024

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Javiers Lath & Plaster – 505.780.5131 JMV Lath & Plaster – 505.270.0125

Framing

SF Custom Works /Get Great Spaces 505.344.2551 VML Woodworking – 505.930.2743

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Builders Source – 505.982.5563 Ferguson Appliances – 505.345.9001

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Millers Insulation – 505.924.2214 interior Design

Atalaya Construction – 505.577.0824 Buena Vista Masonry – 505.920.7940 Jorge Lopez – 505.920.5111 Sierra del Sol – 505.930.0148

J Stoilis Design Associates – 505.467.8978 Violante & Rochford Interiors – 505.983.3912 lanDscaping

Chamisa Landscaping – 505.780.1056 Incana Design – 505.490.1864

tile suPPlier

Statements – 505.988.4440

metal Fabrication

winDows/Doors

Rippel Metal Fabrication – 505.570.0958

Architectural Windows & Doors 505.470.6901 Pella Windows & Doors – 505.474.4112

painting/staining

GR Painting – 505.570.1736 Highlight Custom Painting 505.690.5591

wooD Flooring

RL Marek Co. – 505.881.1117

Exquisite Surfaces – 310.659.4580 JS Masonry – 505.470.0643

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