Location: 37 Rancho Alegre, Santa Fe, NM

Square Footage: 24,687 (13,395 main house)

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 13 bedrooms & 15 bathrooms

Price: $9,990,000

This 175 acre estate is located at 37 Rancho Alegre in Santa Fe, NM. It features a main house, a chapel, a torreon with rooftop deck, guest and caretakers quarters, a courtyard with cantina, a pavilion, 4 bedroom guesthouse, 12 stables, a barn and an arena for roping and cutting. All in all there is close to 25,000 square feet of living space throughout the buildings with 13 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. The approximately 13,395 square foot main house features a 2-story great room with beamed ceiling, formal dining room, 2-story family room, boveda style ceiling in kitchen and hallways, rustic pub room, infinity edge swimming pool and more.

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  • Grrrowler

    My first thought when looking at the interior pics was “It looks like a museum.” Then I got to pic 5 and realized that it apparently is some kind of museum. In spite of that, I think it could be an amazing house. I really like the exterior, but I’ve always been a fan of adobe architecture. The interior, with some proper furnishings, could be beautiful; I like the details that are already there, but it needs to be turned into a home, not a display. The shower is amazing and is probably one of the most interesting I’ve ever seen.




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  • Daniel

    Museum, clubhouse, restaurant, hotel = yes
    Single-family home = no




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  • rob

    I think the guy who owns this is one of the pre-eminent collectors and experts on Southwest art and archaeology. If it is who I am thinking of, he has been doing private collecting for 50 or 60 years. Their is a little bit of controversy because he is not a “certified” archaelogist so there is some conflict about his collecting methods. I think he is selling because he is now in his 90’s. I think this is a great house and would buy it in a heartbeat. It has a lot of land and is not your typical cramped, dark adobe style house you usually find in Santa Fe. This has a real Southwestern ranch feel to it. I would redecorate, but I would go over that collection with the owner and see if he would let me buy some of his prize pieces.




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  • Betsy Miller

    WOW! what a stunning home, way out of my price range but still breathtaking! I think its fun to check out homes. I found http://www.drhorton.com/New-Mexico/Albuquerque to be more realistic for my financial situation! but I do love this house.




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