Film Spotlight: Pueblo Abode Atop Santa Fe

Set in the mountains over Santa Fe, this 6,200-square-foot villa boasts breathtaking views.

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Perched at an elevated position 8000 feet above sea level, this Santa Fe villa appears to be nearly touching the heavens. The ridgetop setting provides 360-degree access to far-reaching views of the sun setting over surrounding mountains as the city lights begin to twinkle with the onset of night. ldkjfsdkjf

Gravel driveway in front of Santa Fe pueblo home.

While its ridgetop setting and stunning views certainly distinguish the property, the home itself is a Pueblo revival masterpiece regardless of the elevation.

Limestone columns along central living space.

Wrapped in warm-toned stucco, the 6,200-square-foot home features timeless pueblo touches like thick, wood ceiling beams, arched doorways and hand-troweled walls. Italian influences are also on display, including limestone columns, slate tile flooring and cross-vaulted hallway ceilings.

Walls of glass along the hallway open to a central courtyard with fountain.

A tranquil courtyard centers the three-bedroom home, with glass walls on three sides bathing the interior with light. Kiva fireplaces run throughout, including in the living area, kitchen and two ensuite bedrooms. The primary suite encompasses a stone fireplace, built-in closets and a dressing room with a sitting area.

A spacious primary living suite with fireplace, ceiling beams and outdoor access.

A sprawling 100-foot veranda, where another Kiva fireplace can be found, showcases some of the most spectacular views on the property. The single-story floor plan also includes a library with built-in shelving, a dining area and an office/media room.

A 100-foot veranda with views of Santa Fe.

About the area: Santa Fe, New Mexico, is a city that captivates visitors with its rich blend of cultural heritage, artistic vibrancy and stunning natural surroundings. Nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, this enchanting city stands as the oldest capital in the United States, showcasing a unique fusion of Native American, Spanish and Anglo influences. Santa Fe is renowned for its thriving arts scene, with numerous galleries, museums and studios showcasing the work of both traditional and contemporary artists. The historic Plaza, at the heart of the city, serves as a hub for cultural events, local markets and a palpable sense of community.


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