435, 441, 443 & 451 Acequia Madre
Behind an elaborately crafted historic stone and adobe wall, this famed complex of galleries, gardens, and residences was both inspired by ancient Pueblo architecture and adapted for modern sensibilities. This collection of some 18 gallery, office, and storage spaces; an indulgent guest residence; a magnificent main residence; an idyllic sculpture garden; and three free-standing guesthouses has been created over many decades. Main Residence Master Bedroom: Cool, expansive, and bright, the master bedroom lies behind a striking Gothic-style door. Large walls encourage the display of art, and a corner kiva fireplace w/a banco and nichos conjures a warm, welcoming ambiance. A double door w/sidelights leads to a small balcony w/a carved wood railing and a view toward the mountains in the west. At the north end of the room, a wide wood door with a wrought-iron screen opens to reveal a rooftop deck perfect for lounging and dining.