Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Coyote Development Group Parade Home has withdrawn their home from the public Parade
- Custom library
- Large, flowing kitchen for cooking and entertaining
- Multipane sliding door that links inside and outside living areas
- Antique, imported French doors for primary closet
- Price: Not for Sale
- Lot Size: 0.25 acre
- Heated Square Feet: 1,975
- Total Square Feet: 4,300
- Designer: Maxfield Scott and Scott Irving
- Interior Designer (millwork): Norma Pedregon
Diamond of the Railyard
This unique home sits in the Railyard District. The renovation by Coyote Development Group transformed the curious building, shaped like an elongated diamond, into a one-bedroom, open-concept living space. A multipane sliding/stacking door makes up the building’s entire front wall, linking the entry courtyard to the main living space.
Coyote sought to keep the cool, contemporary feel that fits the Railyard District. It incorporated this style through the use of clean right angles, metal materials, and oversize doors. The metal roof includes exposed i-beams, continuing the industrial look, but the stucco exterior walls keep with Santa Fe’s aesthetic. Inside, custom millwork from Norma Pedregon provides a distinctive touch. Coyote carefully constructed the home’s library to the owners’ specifications, with a reading banco near large windows that provide extra light.
Pictured: From left to right:
Randall G-Scott, Lynn G-Scott, and Max Scott
Photo: Courtesy of the builder
About the Builder
The spirit of design comes alive with Coyote Development Group, LLC, where the team is truly committed to bringing your dream home into reality. With its full-service team, Coyote is with you every step of the way, from thoughtful site development to custom design and execution. The company’s customer-first approach sets Coyote apart from the competition.
Photography (SFAHBA 2023 Parade)