EXTRAORDINARY CONTEMPORARY ESTATE MASTERPIECE – overlooking the world renowned Santa Fe Opera, Casa de Vidrio offers a rare opportunity to fulfill the dream of living a Santa Fe lifestyle within awesome architecture and design enhanced by 270 degree views of nearby valleys and distant mountain ranges beyond. The 5,600 SF main home and 1,600 SF guest house are sited within 13.58 acres (2 lots) accessed through the 24-hour manned security entrance to Casas de San Juan. Click here to view video of Casa de Vidrio.
This property is privately listed. The ideal buyer is someone who likes creative contemporary art and architecture, appreciates attention to detail, and loves collecting art – paintings, sculptures, tapestries, ceramics, and glass. The home is situated three miles north of the historic Santa Fe Plaza, the LENSIC Performing Arts Center and ten world class private/public museums. With sport equipment storage rooms on site, it is also ideal for active people who love the outdoors and want to have easy access to hiking, biking, skiing, golf, tennis, white-water rafting and fly fishing.
Casa de Vidrio’s many custom features include architecture by Aaron Bohrer emulating Chaco Canyon’s Pueblo Bonito, entry glass door measuring nine feet high by eight feet wide, 5 bedrooms, 5 1/2 baths, an observation deck, slate and bamboo floors, sliding pocket doors, zoned radiant heating and cooling as well as solar heating, water features, home theater, up and down lit art nichos, outdoor hot tub, numerous patios and portals, native landscaping designed by Edith Katz/LOLA Architects, a 2-car attached garage, and private well. Click here to view and read Western Art and Architecture feature cover story.
Casa de Vidrio provides all the amenities a homeowner and their guests would want in a private home in Santa Fe: contemporary color-filled art and architecture, multiple outdoor living spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows to take advantage of the beautiful views of the land, surrounding mountains, and sky, one-story living spaces, surround sound throughout both homes, and proximity to year round art and culture programs, world-renowned cuisine, and outdoor recreation.