There’s no place like home when you live in Angel Fire, New Mexico. This beautiful little mountain town is one filled with passion for living and playing. Whether you are seeking a vacation home or a place of permanent residency, Angel Fire has it. At Coldwell Banker Headin’ Home Real Estate, we are currently featuring an unforgettable home filled with unique artisan effects. This Angel Fire home was designed by renowned Austin Architect Kevin Gallaugher of Dick Clark & Associates Architecture and built by Sutton Construction of Angel Fire, NM.
This 4-bedroom, 3-full bathroom home is located on 32 wooded acres with direct access to Carson National Forest land. This Angel Fire home is a gem that allows you to feel secluded while you’re only minutes away from the town of Angel Fire. A picturesque drive through a mature Aspen grove takes you right to the front door. You’ll pass two ponds along the driveway, one which is spring-fed, that are perfect for wildlife viewing.
There are two garages on the property; one is a 3-car attached garage and the other is a 2-car with an extra covered outdoor space and is located about 100 yards from the front door. This second garage is great for storage of equipment and ATVs.
The base of the exterior of the home is made of stones found on the property. The owners’ vision was to create a lodge look with cantilevered base. They spent many days harvesting rock from the land to create this unique look. Atop the stone base are rough cut cedar boards. The standing seam metal roof offers low maintenance and an extended roof life.
Once inside this enchanting Angel Fire home, the large living space feels open and inviting. Easy-to-clean, polished cement floors can be accented with colorful rugs and comfy furniture. The tall windows flank an Anasazi-style stacked stone fireplace which was crafted by local artisan and silversmith Larry Herrera. The fireplace inside the home shares a chimney with a separate chamber for the outdoor fireplace located on the spacious deck. Both fireplaces are authentic masonry.
Hanging from the ceiling are handcrafted chandeliers made with iron and quartz crystal that emit a warm glow. These earthy works of art and light were crafted by artisan Randy Broesche.
The main deck is inviting and allows plenty of space for entertaining or family gatherings. With a spectacular view of Monte Verde Lake and Angel Fire Resort, it is sure to be a favorite spot for all.
The living space is open to the large kitchen which features an amazing view into the Spruce and Aspen forest. Enjoy the birds, butterflies and elk strolling across the land. A large island in the middle of the kitchen offers lots of space for cooking as well as entertaining guests.
The colors and textures flow easily from one room to the next with Sue Westbrook’stalented and experienced eye for interior design. From an authentic mesquite slab in one of the guest bathrooms to the Western Red Cedar paneling on the walls, this home is truly one-of-a-kind. Her inspiration brought a unique piece to one of the guest bedrooms now lovingly called the “Dulce Room.” One of Sue’s horses named Dulce had chewed up a rustic wooden fence and it was eventually replaced. Seeing art and inspiration everywhere, she saved the fence and later created an enchanting and rustic headboard from it. It became a charming addition to this extraordinary Angel Fire home.
The master bedroom offers a private office, a sitting area with a breathtaking view as well as two walk-in closets. The master bathroom contains more artisan work with light fixtures made of selenite and crafted by the same artist who made the living space chandeliers.
For more information on this home or to make an appointment to view it, contact Lisa Sutton of Coldwell Banker Headin’ Home Real Estate. (575) 377-1192