The David Cordova Group
Nestled in the foothills, this multilevel three-bedroom Pueblo-style residence blends effortlessly with the surrounding hilly terrain. In the central living area, walls of Georgian-style windows and French doors allow for some of the finest outlooks on the majestic Jemez and Sangre de Cristo Mountains, both of which are in view. High ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling stacked-stone fireplace, and wide-plank wood floors create an ambience of sophisticated Southwestern warmth. Distressed antique doors, carved cabinetry, and timber lintels embedded into diamond plaster walls above each window and doorway are among the intriguing architectural accents, Southwestern details, and rich design notes, which begin at a front gate leading to a courtyard via a brick stairway and culminate in the master suite, where a glass-paneled antique door with curvilinear ironwork accesses the master bath. Coved ceilings and vigas, bullnose corners, and archways contribute organic curves and a soothing sense of roundness. Other eye-catching treatments include a bay window, a claw-footed tub, and kiva fireplaces in the bedrooms. The master suite features a large walk-in closet and a bath with double vanities, a separate shower and tub, and a private water closet. The primary guest suite includes walk-in closets and a sumptuous bath. A terrace augmented by a patio with a pergola and a fireplace is one of many tasteful outdoor living areas.
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