This 3.5-acre country compound comprises a residence, a detached one-car garage, a guesthouse with a carport, a heated 7,300-square-foot studio, a geodesic greenhouse, a chapel, and a barn. A tranquil destination less than 30 minutes from Santa Fe, it is bordered by the Pecos Benedictine Monastery and is fully fenced and landscaped with grass, perennials, fruit trees, juniper, piñon, and ponderosa pines. The three-level home features three bedrooms—including a master suite with a sitting room and deck—four baths, kiva fireplaces, a walk-in sauna, a country kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, and an expansive living and dining room with wood floors, inlaid carvings, a kiva fireplace, carved doors, vigas, and latillas. The two-bedroom guesthouse offers an open living and dining area and a cozy kitchen. The studio has concrete floors, electricity, sound treatment, two overhead doors, and a security system. Two domestic private wells serve the main house, guesthouse, and studio.