Exceptional quality, unique features, history, and abundant artwork make this estate a true Santa Fe treasure. The heart of the historic home, known as Casa la Luna, dates to the 1920s; renowned architect Meisa Batayneh designed a new wing, and her deft ability to blend the historic and the new is evident throughout. The residence now measures 13,400 square feet and offers seven bedrooms, seven and one-half baths, six fireplaces, and all-encompassing views. Authenticity abounds, with Rookwood Pottery fireplaces, cherrywood ceilings and doors, oak floors, and William Morris wallpaper. A highlight is an intricate, lovingly crafted mosaic that is a reproduction of one found at the church at Mount Nebo, Jordan. Other one-of-a-kind features include an Olympic-length indoor swimming pool, a giant sundial, and an outdoor life-size chess game. The granite used in construction was sourced from the site, and the foyer ceiling incorporates ancient motifs representing longevity and welcome.
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Old Santa Fe Trail to Foothills Rd. Right on Altazano.
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