This rare five-bedroom six-bath contemporary home close to the Plaza was designed by Suby Bowden and has magnificent open views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Tall ceilings, large windows, plentiful skylights, and ample wall space make this home an art collector’s dream. The fluid open floor plan links a dramatic entry hall, a serene living room with stacked-sandstone fireplace, a formal dining room with courtyard access, a library with built-in bookcases, and a kitchen with a Brazilian marble counter offering seating for six. The west wing of the home features a casual living room spacious enough for a grand piano, a north-facing studio with a wall of windows and an oversized skylight, and a studio. The home also includes attached guest quarters with a full kitchen, laundry facilities, and a private entrance. A koi pond, a waterfall, an outdoor hot tub, mature landscaping, and a 0.659-acre setting create an in-the-country feeling steps from the heart of historic Santa Fe.