Massive Desert Flower Home in New Mexico

This northern New Mexico sanctuary known as The Desert Flower (Ahkon Povi in Tewa language) was inspired by the Native American dwellings, Pueblo Bonito and Chaco Canyon, as well as traditional Earthships.

It is situated on 11 acres with 2 separate dwellings, totaling nearly 8,000 sq ft.

There are 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 8 kiva fireplaces, an art studio and a music studio.

There is a Japanese cedar hot tub, outdoor heated pool, Koi pond, steam room and separate cedar sauna.

It was carefully handcrafted and detailed with natural and anthropological elements creating organic rhythm and flow, unique to each room.

This property is unlike any other, and only a quick drive to downtown Santa Fe.

You can find out more about this property at

1 thought on “Massive Desert Flower Home in New Mexico”

  1. Earthships are becoming more and more popular. Looking at this level of craftmanship and attention to detail all over the finishes, it is easy to undersatnd why. THank you Kelly.


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