Stationed on 11 acres of private canyon at the base of the Sangre de Cristos, this home may be the perfect landing spot for the world traveler. A place to be comfortable and secure while not overburdening the earth’s resources in the owner's absence. Red dirt, rocks, boulders, stream, green trees. A play of light and color. Glass from floor to ceiling stretching high above creates a seamless transition between inside and out. Corridors and walkways pierced by narrow windows bringing sunlight in casting dazzling shadows on opposing walls. Be inspired by texture, structure, form and color, within a sculptural work of art. This home is designed to spark the imagination of any viewer and ignite the wonder of any visitor. For the owner, it is a timeless work of art to use as a foundation for an inspired life. A once in a lifetime opportunity, one of one, unique and forever. One wonders, “Was this here when the aliens landed one hundred million years ago, will it mesmerize visitors a 1000 years from now as Chaco does today?” In any location in the world, this design would be the center of attention. Minutes by express highway to fine art, fine food, opera, air terminal and all human services in Santa Fe, NM. Don't wait, come, buy and enjoy! See the aerial video for a unique perspective of this architectural masterpiece. References: Architectural Digest October 2006, Santa Fe Trend Magazine, The Architecture of Bart Prince by Christopher Mead, Su Casa Magazine Autumn 2012
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