Live and Tele-Work Where Life Looks Picturesque
Welcome to 14 Vargas Circle Angel Fire
If you’re looking for a home to delight in forest living and do virtual work with endless custom wood details and remarkable architectural style, here Live and Tele-Work Where Life Looks Picturesque at 14 Vargas Circle Angel Fire and you will love this home.
Complementing its natural surroundings this 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom home was built in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright by Shuter Builders. It has a covered flagstone patio and gray-washed cedar siding. Colossal windows allow you to enjoy the organics of Angel Fire from inside the home and a wrap-around deck on the outside lets you step out and feel the magic of the mountains. Handcrafted, one-of-a-kind wood details are ingrained throughout the home in cabinetry and in custom furniture and the home is augmented by beautiful slate, pine wood and flagstone details.
You arrive in the Living Room as you cross the threshold. From slate to carpet you are drawn to two exceptional features. The two-story floor to ceiling windows and a considerably sized fireplace cased in stacked flagstone. These windows magnify the exceptional views of the mountain and forest. A stacked gas flagstone fireplace adorns this room and provides a beautiful touch along with its Nichos above the fireplace. The room is large enough for large and comfortable furniture and a towering cathedral ceiling is embellished with pine. The room flows into the Dining and Kitchen area.
The kitchen is an extension of the Living/Dining area. Everything you need to prepare a meal is at arms-length; the kitchen is equipped with a Kitchenaid 4-burner gas stove and Kitchenaid microwave hood, a Kitchenaid white side-by-side refrigerator, and Kitchenaid dishwasher. An island food preparation area has a bar-style mini- sink and dark granite solid surface counter tops and recipe book shelving. Pine wood cabinetry adorns the kitchen and two of the cabinets are accented by glass fronts. In the corner of the dining area sits a custom cabinet with granite counter tops that match the island preparation area. Above the kitchen window is decorative wood trim with hand carvings of elk, through the window spy the natural surroundings and the elk that use the paths around the home.
The master suite sits in a private corner on the level of the Kitchen/Dining/Living Room. The room is carpeted and large enough for a king-size bed and additional oversize furniture. Two closets in this room sit behind accordion wood doors. Pine wood accent beams and warm colors make this room extremely inviting. Sliding glass doors are the portal to the deck and all the amazing forest views.
A voluminous semi-circle deck compliments the aesthetics of the home and gives the homeowner space to bask in the picturesque scenery. Views from the deck include mountains, forest, Angel Fire ski slopes, not to mention the native animals.