Traditional Frame Construction
$425,000 @ 3,349 s.f. htd.
This Home was featured in the Albuquerque Journal in April of 2007. The Home was constructed to maximize the views of the Sandia, Ortiz, Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountains, visible through the Great Room and Breakfast Nook Windows as well as from the Private Balcony off of the Master Suite.
This home had extensive landscaping done using a variety of native shrubs, grasses and trees as well as rock plating, stone features and a variety of landscape stone and rock.
The home had a multitude of Custom Features that should really be considered as Standard Features such as 3cm Granite, Electric Heating Pads in the second floor bathroom floors, Tumbled Travertine tile, zoned Speakers throughout the Home, Custom-Built Cabinetry, Delta and Kohler Plumbing Fixtures, large Jetted Tubs, large Garages,a Multi-Function room, all Exterior Openings fully Armed and Alarmed, Oil-Rubbed Bronze Hardware, Exposed Aggregate driveway and sidewalks, the list could go on.
Bottom line, if you are going to have a custom home, the things that most people would consider to be “Custom Features” should be standard.
- Traditional Frame Construction
- $425,000 @ 3,349 s.f. htd.
- Rio Rancho, NM