*2019 Grand Hacienda Winner*
*Most Innovative- Category 1*
• Spectacular Jemez and Sangre views from an elevated vantage point
• Beautiful outdoor spaces with four portales and three water features
• Contemporary use of metals and rectilinear architecture
• Artistic wood work and metal work
ABOUT THE HOME:
Prull Custom Builders follows last year’s Grand Hacienda win with an exceptional home in the Contemporary Pueblo Revival style, defined by a modern use of metals, stone, and rectilinear architecture. Many local craftsmen contributed to its finishes and details, from the custom, rift oak cabinetry to the interior and exterior steel work. Don’t miss the kitchen’s steel backsplash and cabinetry fascia, or the steel-wrapped outdoor fireplace cleverly built into a stone-clad column. Though bold, masculine finishes, they are surprising, soft touches.
Built for comfortable living and gracious entertaining, the home features many beautiful details and finishes, including minimalist staggered book shelves in the family/media room; recessed art nichos; wood and large-format porcelain flooring; floating dressers in the master bedroom and floating vanities in the master bath; curved archways; and floor-to-ceiling windows and pocket doors. No fewer than four outdoor portales adorned with three water features facilitate indoor/outdoor living and capture breathtaking Sangre and Jemez views from every angle.
ABOUT THE BUILDER:
Since 1981, Prull Custom Builders has specialized in building high end, architect-designed custom homes, winning Citation and Merit Awards in the AIA Excellence in Design competition. Santa Fe Parade of Homes awards include the coveted 2018 Grand Hacienda and a host of “Bests” for Craftsmanship, Design, Kitchen, Outdoor Living Space, and Master Suite. Prull also received the Heritage Preservation Award for the historic Manderfield Project.
From the downtown area, take US 84 north/285 north to 599 south. From 599, take the Camino La Tierra exit, turning right onto Camino La Tierra. Proceed 3.3 miles until the road forks by the bell tower and veer left, staying on Camino La Tierra, and continue for approximately 3.0 miles. Turn left into the gate at Via de las Yeguas. The house is at the end of the cul de sac on the right.
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