1434-A Bishops Lodge Road
Nestled in the Tesuque Valley, this extraordinary secluded compound, a portion of which dates to the 1920’s, includes an approx. 6,161-sq.ft. main residence, an approx. 3,204-sq.ft. guest home and studio, and an approx. 1,863-sq.ft. caretaker’s residence or second guest house, offering a total of seven bedrooms. Architecturally the fully updated and refurbished two- or three-bedroom main residence has a classic Northern NM style pitched roof and is inspired by the style of the renowned Betty Stewart. It boasts such distinctive features as double adobe walls, hand-adzed beams of reclaimed wood, hand buffed Red Top plaster walls, French Beaumaniere limestone, antique interior doors, deep set windows, abundant storage, light fixtures custom designed by Brad Betzinger, other accents inspired by designs of northern New Mexico, custom cabinetry designed by Bob Pepper, five flat screen Sony televisions and floors of antique brick, reclaimed wood and antique pavers imported from France.