Poised on a hill with unobstructed views of the Jemez Mountains and Pajarito Plateau, this custom home is surrounded on three sides by decks that invite you to relax and take in the expansive view. Built in the 90s, this passive solar home features a solar Trombe wall that transfers heat and warmth from the winter sun into the bedrooms and bathrooms. Protected gardens along the outer glass wall provide color and light to the passive solar hallway. The living areas consist of a welcoming dining area adjoining a living area with high-pitched ceilings of blonde T&G wood. Double doors from the living area lead into a large den, entertainment room, or office. Reliable Internet service is available in the area for remote work or employment. There are three generous-sized bedrooms and two baths; one near the living area and an extended bath in the owner's suite. The home sits on a 3/4 acre lot and includes a well with a well share agreement with two adjoining undeveloped lots. A planned county loop road will soon provide paved access to the property, smoothing travel to three regional hospitals as well as the varied services and cultural amenities of three communities (Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Espanola) each within a 20-25 minute range (Additional lot with water is also available)
Listing courtesy of David L. Horpedahl from N M RE Project/Berkshire Hatha
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