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Ruby Mine Road
Welcome to the Ruby Mine Residence. This 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bath rammed earth home sits on 2 ½ acres with a spectacular view of the Organ Mountains out the back door. The 18″ thick earth walls will wrap you with comfort, security, and energy efficiency. This barrel cactus oasis sits on the east side of Las Cruces in Talavera. The drive home will bring the beautiful Organ Mountains closer to you the closer you get home! The home includes tile throughout, custom Alder cabinets, an adobe kiva fireplace, stainless steel appliances, an entry door, solid wood doors throughout, a whirlpool tub with a view of the Organs, Hurd wood windows, etc., etc. 2,155 sq. ft. of heated area, 530 sq. ft. of portals, and a 596 sq. ft. garage.
A custom project centering around a compound of structures including the pool, the guest house, the studio, and the main house. It is now the home of Ernie & Tyrnn. This home is a kaleidoscope of color inside and out. The main house is 1980 sq. ft. with 18″ rammed earth walls and 858 sq. ft. of portals. The warmth and comfort of this hacienda is accentuated by the beautiful Mexican folk art through out the property.
San Patricio, NM
A home unlike our Pueblo style desert homes. This pitched roof , 2260 sq. ft. frame home sits in the beautiful Hondo Valley outside of Ruidoso, NM in the picturesque village of San Patricio. Wayne & Patricia Greaves, Dallas transplants, are enjoying the spaciousness of their new home interior and exterior. The granite countertops in the kitchen along with the stainless steel appliances blend well with the beautiful ironwork of their staircase to the loft and the ironwork of the dining room. The fireplace spans the height to the peak of the 14′ roof. The 823 sq. ft. of portals provide for scenic outdoor views on the south, north, and west sides of the home.
San Marcos Court
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San Marcos Court in Picacho Hills, on the west side of town is the setting for this 2,953 sq.ft. home. This 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bath home is constructed with 18″ Rammed Earth walls. The 800 + sq.ft. of portals will allow plenty of outdoor living space for enjoying the golf course view on the 16th fairway & green, as well as the view of our beautiful Organ Mountains.
Welcome to the Saguaro Court Residence! The views of the Organ Mountains are so good! They are in your backyard. This 2215 sq. ft home sits on 1 acre. It is 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, with 530 sq. ft. of portals, and a 572 sq. ft. garage. The walls are a 10″ frame construction with R-31 insulation in the walls. The heating & cooling system are located within conditioned space.
Picacho Peak is out the back door, the Dona Ana Mtns. are in view to the northeast, and to the east is our beautiful Organ Mountains. All to be enjoyed on the back patio of this rammed earth home in Picacho Hills. Highlights of this 3223 sq. ft. home include Venetian Plastered walls, travertine floors, granite kitchen countertops, brick vaulted entry, a walk-in pantry, split floor plan, tumbled marble tiled shower, and Hurd wood windows.
A Hacienda style floor plan (U-shaped) open up to a view filled back courtyard. The perfect setting for a soak in the hot tub with a view of the city lights. The entry door into this 3,016 sq. ft home is a beautiful antique, refurbished beauty. It sets the stage for the feel of this home – old world plastered walls, art nichos, rustic ceramic tile floors, and a prominent masonry fire place. The screened in porch is a perfect place for the cats to hang out.
The home of the Semels. This 2,277 sq. ft. energy smart home is located in the southern part of Las Cruces on an acre of desert land. What makes in energy smart? The 10″ frame walls filled with blown in blanket insulation, the Hurd wood casement windows, the heating and cooling duct work is located in the conditioned space (in the insulated space), and the whole house ventilation system. The earth tone colors and the knotty pine wood bring the warmth into the home that makes it a comfortable environment both visually and physically.