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Casas de Santa Fe Property Spotlight: Casa Las Artes

With a new month comes a new property to highlight! Ski season is in full swing, and we know you’re looking for the right home to enjoy the perfect getaway.

We here at Casas de Santa Fe pride ourselves on offering the finest selection of beautifully furnished, fully equipped, and amenity rich vacation rental and long-term leasing homes in the heart of Santa Fe and its surrounding areas. With over 150 properties in our portfolio, we have a selection for just about anyone and we’d love to share a one of our favorites. Right now, we have an exclusive offer for our My Perfect Santa Fe blog readers – book Casa Las Artes anytime in February, March or April and receive two 20% off your stay. Take a look at Casa Las Artes below and give us a call (or visit our website) when you’re ready to vacation or lease in style:

Casa Las Artes 
5 Bedrooms + 5 Bathrooms (10 Guests)

Casa Las Artes, located in Tesuque, New Mexico, is a single family residence occupying approximately 6,000 square feet in a private gated compound. This exceptional home includes a main house with four bedrooms that sleeps eight and a casita with an additional bedroom that sleeps two more. Located in Tesuque Village, just minutes from downtown Santa Fe, this private destination rests under 200 year old cottonwood trees. It has been recently renovated with all new furnishings, appliances, and art in an elegant southwestern style.

Casa Las Artes consists of four bedrooms in the main house and one in the casita, sleeping eight comfortably. In the main house, the master bedroom has a king bed; the second master suite has a king bed as well, and one of the other bedrooms has a queen bed. The remaining bedroom in the main house features twin beds that can be made into a king bed and the bedroom in the casita feature twin beds. The spacious master suite consists of a sitting area with fireplace, a large walk in closet, a large bathroom with two vanities, bathtub and separate shower, plus a terrace overlooking the landscaped grounds.

There are five and one-half elegant bathrooms; one for each bedroom in addition to a powder room off the entryway. Hair dryers and laundered bathrobes are provided for your use. There are two complete kitchens in the main house as well as a kitchen in the casita which is superb for entertaining. This allows for great flexibility of use by friends and family. There are outdoor entertaining areas, including one with a new stainless steel grill. There is a security gate with keypad entrance, and also a security system including fire alarm in both the main house and the casita. The house and casita contain five fireplaces including one newly-constructed on the outside patio of the main house for those chilly nights.

Casa las Artes consists of a main house with two master suites and two additional bedrooms, all of which have their own private baths. They are furnished with the most exquisite bedding and towels from Ralph Lauren and Peacock Alley. The kitchen was recently renovated to include all new Jen-Air appliances, a wine cooler, Calphalon cookware, Cuisinart small appliances and Vietri pottery. Throughout the house there is new carpeting, flatware, china and glassware. The casita has an additional bedroom, kitchen and separate washer and dryer. The furnishings truly reflect a Southwestern home with artwork by Native American artist Nocona Burgess, as well as pieces by Henri Matisse, David Rothermel, Anthony Chee Emerson, and Willard Clark. One will also find folk art from great Mexican masters, including Irma Blanco and Neftali Ayungua Suarez. The house is furnished with Peruvian folk art, fabrics and pottery, baskets from Indonesia and Venezuela, Mata Ortiz pottery from Mexico, black pottery from Oaxaca, Hopi Kachina, Navajo rugs and baskets, antique Mexican furniture, Native American pottery and Tibetan rugs.

Throughout the house and casita are Sony high definition televisions, LG DVD players and high speed wireless internet. The main house includes two sets of washers and dryers, two separate kitchens, four fireplaces, one balcony off the master bedroom, and five patios or portals for relaxation. An outdoor fireplace with seating and dining areas surrounded by large cottonwood trees, fruit trees, Russian sage, lavender and wildflowers has been newly-constructed. The house is truly a reflection of Southwest America!

Santa Fe and Tesuque offers shopping, restaurants, live theater, museums, art galleries, opera, skiing, snowboarding, hiking, bicycling, fishing, rafting, kayaking and touring of nearby Native American Pueblos and ancient ruins. Taos, Albuquerque and other historical sites are also nearby.