1520 Cerro Gordo Road
This is a rare opportunity to be a part of Santa Fe’s rich history. The Domicilio Cerro Gordo sets claim as one of the oldest farm houses in the upper canyon of the Santa Fe River. This south-facing double adobe, pitched roof home combines the past with the present. Celebrated in Architectural Digest in July of 2002 after Ron Mann, a California designer, re-imagined the property using “primitive elements to create something new, without sacrificing appropriateness.” This charming and romantic residence has an old world European sensibility with fireplaces in every room; a studio and wine cellar. Modern conveniences include radiant heat, top-of-the-line appliances and a solar tracker system supplying the energy necessary for self-sustainability. The raised-bed, organic vegetable and flower gardens with irrigation system, natural flower gardens, a fruit orchard and big cotton wood trees create a delightful oasis with mountain views of Atalaya and Picacho Peaks.