This enchanting 3,089-square-foot double-adobe home enjoys mountain views from its perch at the end of the Old Santa Fe Trail. Featuring three bedrooms, two baths, and two wood-burning stoves, it is a cozy, quiet sanctuary just minutes from town and was the first adobe home built by the esteemed John Wolf, with adobe bricks that assembled onsite. Many interior walls are finished with Italian plaster in custom autumn colors, and ceilings feature vigas, beams and latillas. The kitchen was renovated in 2008 and opens to the living room and a portal with views. The bedrooms are nicely separated for privacy, and the fabulous master suite includes a sitting area, a kitchenette, a sauna, and access to a patio shaded by two mature apricot trees. Other highlights include two storage or workshop sheds and room for a casita, if desired.