Mirabonita is located on 81 acres outside
Las Vegas, New Mexico, with views of a lake and a stream that runs through the property.
This home combines both pueblo and northern New Mexico roof designs that give a look that
is just enough different to be distinctive.
The Meier's, of Zurich, Switzerland, had
Michael Spiller and Sunsmiths design this house in 1996 and had specific furniture that
had to have space developed into just about every room.
The cove plastered ceiling between native
vigas in the dining room can be seen from the living room or the kitchen.
Built into the side of a hill, there is an
8' difference between the main living area and the upstairs bedroom and study.
The home contains 2800 square feet of
details that lend themselves to a feeling of openness and yet provides defined, separate
True saltillo tile floors and solid granite
countertops, oak cabinetry and gourmet cooking appliances make this kitchen one that is
easy to work in.
The center island has a salad sink.
The sitting area is lowered to table height to accomodate standard chairs.