Located in the outskirts of Santa Fe, Casa de Roca, a unique and private hideaway situated on limestone cliffs on the outskirts of Lamy could soon be yours! This wonderful home is a complete work of art. Disguised to blend in with its surroundings, this contemporary pueblo, built by Santa Fe jeweler Norah Pearson of The Golden Eye in the early 90s, is an iconic gem. While the exterior is captivating, the interior is a light-filled jewel box of pleasing architecture with two mezzanines that have multiple uses including guest quarters, music or yoga spaces; a roomy studio/great room with whitewashed white oak floors, massive kiva, wet bar, and sliding doors to a steel custom pergola-covered terrace. Next is a well-functioning kitchen complete with a cooking kiva, a private kitchen patio, as well as a large adjoining laundry, pantry storage, and a convenient powder room combo. The primary en suite has large sliding doors to a terrace as well as arroyo views. There is a lower living room with a third kiva that opens onto the same terrace and a second pergola. A newly built, oversized two-car garage complete with its own mini split and view windows is icing on this cake. The views from this property are second to none: daytime sunsets and rainbows, massive vistas to the unspoiled Galisteo basin, and nights filled with Milky Way studded dark skies. Casa de Roca is truly a jewel in Santa Fe’s crown.
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