10 Sendero de la Vida
also open for Twilight Tour August 18th from 5:30-8:30 PM
- Three covered outdoor entertainment areas
- Dual oversize walk-in closets
in the owner’s suite
- Two woodburning fireplaces;
one gas fireplace
- Fenced rear yard for pets
- Price: $1.8 million
- Lot Size: 2.08 acres
- Heated Square Feet: 3,900
- Total Square Feet: 5,200
- Designer: Edan Hemphill and Chris Hill
This home in the Tierra de la Vida neighborhood displays a dedication to detail and craftmanship. Design details include hand-troweled Diamond finish plaster in the common areas and master suite, and exquisite hand-carved beams. The home blends contemporary and traditional elements in its circular skylights and other features. There are gracious touches throughout, from the built-in shelving and bookcases to the dual walk-in master closets. In the owner’s suite, residents can luxuriate in the oversize sit-in steam room/shower with an eight-point temperature-controlled shower system.
The design features an open floor plan with separation between the owner’s suite and guest bedrooms. The gourmet chef’s kitchen with island includes an eating area, butler’s pantry, and wine storage pantry. Indoor and outdoor entertaining areas make this a great home for families and those who like to entertain. The three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home is situated on 2 acres and offers stunning Jemez and Sangre de Cristo Mountains views.
Pictured: Edan Hemphill, M. Kay, and Chris Hill
Photo: Courtesy of the builder
About the Builder
High Desert Contractors (HDC) is owned by Edan Hemphill and operated as a family business, including team members Chris Hill and M. Kay. HDC treats its clients like family and excels at design/build projects, maximizing value, and achieving detail-oriented results.
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Photography (SFAHBA 2023 Parade)