open houses

OPEN SUNDAY, April 11, 2 TO 4 p.m.

21 Painted Horse, Estates 5.2, Las Campanas

$1,995,000

Dramatic and sophisticated, this brilliant new contemporary residence is truly a home for art.

Large walls provide a profusion of possibilities while walls of glass provide breathtaking views from the plateau homesite. Separate guest wing and owner’s wing assure privacy. Office/library, exercise room, custom cook’s kitchen with 20’ island and walk in pantry, and master suite with true his and hers baths and closets. An interior atrium with stairway leads to a view of the stars on the roof deck. Architectural features abound. 5600 sq. ft., 3+ acres.

OPEN SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1:00 TO 3:00 P.M.

38 Sunflower, Estates 2, Las Campanas

$1,295, 000

Perched atop a hill, this impeccable home boasts simply extraordinary mountain views by day & lights of Los Alamos at night. From the master bedroom, kitchen, family room, dining room & entry, the views are the star of this show. Less than five years old, this home offers sleek modern design tempered by a warm & inviting palette. Over 1500 sqft of portal space wraps around the perimeter providing an outdoor living & dining area complete with fireplace and gas grill. Large skylights & windows, beamed ceilings and quality finishes compliment the fabulous and flexible floorplan. 4002 sq. ft., 2+ acres, 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths.

OPEN SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1:30 TO 3:30 p.m.

171 Sunflower, Estates 2, Las Campanas

$1,380,000

Reminiscent of a European villa, this gracious estate home built by Roger Hunter is perched on a 2.2 acre lot with massive views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The property includes a main house of 3,978 square feet, surrounded by mature landscaping and walled gardens, a charming guest house of 469 square feet, and an “art barn” perfect for a studio or work space, of 625 square feet, for a total of 5,072 heated square feet. It is warmed by radiant heat and cooled by central air conditioning. As guests arrive, they are greeted by an enormous guest parking area, then led to the front entrance via a rock hardscape stairway. The impressive front entry has a soaring ceiling with vigas and herringbone latillas and a view through French doors to the back portal and gardens. Hardwood floors are accented with a faux painting inlay and the umber plaster walls radiate warmth. To the right are a formal dining room, country kitchen, butler’s pantry, and a spacious guest suite.