Tesuque, New Mexico
This family estate
is built on two pricipal sites witin the 50-acre property. The upper site, bordering
the National forest provides access to the Sangre de Cristo mountains and
distant views of the Jemez range from the Main House and Guest House.
These structures hug the contours of the pinon/juniper
hilltops. The lower site, in the riparian valley of the Rio Tesuque houses
the Stable, Barn, Riding Ring and Tennis Court. Each structure is built of
double wythe adobe and traditional Spanish Pueblo materials and details.
Photos by Erika Blumenfeld