You don't have to be a hippie to appreciate this strikingly natural, pueblo revival-style house in (where else) Santa Fe, N.M.
With unfinished, wood-beamed ceilings, stucco interiors and exteriors, rounded parapets and earthy, Aztec-inspired decor, this $6.25 million home is anything but ordinary. Its 8,200-square foot main house boasts a dramatic rotunda, sprawling living areas, a gourmet chef's kitchen and a wine cellar. Additionally, its 2,200-square-foot guesthouse features a game room with full bar, bedrooms, another kitchen and even a cabana bath. The property also boasts four incredible fully-functioning fireplaces.
We especially love the 3,000 square feet of covered portals, and a roof deck boasting stunning views of Santa Fe's majestic mountains and lakes. Just heavenly.
Johnnie Gillespie and Marion Skubi of Sotheby's International Realty have the listing.
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