This home was built in the northeast side of Albuquerque features wood beams and a tongue and groove wood ceiling. The floors in this new southwest style home are stained concrete. It also features a plaster fireplace and granite countertops.
John Kaltenbach Homes was selected to be the builder of the Bell Trading Post Homes project near downtown Albuquerque through a competitive bidding process.
Features of this home include a mid-century interior styling with polished concrete and American cherry wood floors. The walk-in doorless shower features glass and stone tile. The kitchen features an eat-in bar and dining area as well as Electrolux appliances.
Northern New Mexico Ranch style homes combine elements of the Territorial Style and Victorian pitched roof homes. They are typically stucco exterior with galvanized or colored metal roofs.
A well-considered home for an extended family: planning for the home was motivated by a desire to share family life, and the need for loving child care.