Custom-designed and built in 2003, this incomparable home and guesthouse sit amid professionally landscaped grounds in the quiet, picturesque Taos Valley, enjoying spectacular views and true relaxation. The adobe main residence occupies a single level, with interior spaces spanning 3,429 square feet and featuring custom wood doors and cabinetry, quarried French limestone countertops and flooring, four kiva fireplaces, a kitchen with a Wolf range and a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a whole-house audio system, two laundry rooms, a central vacuum system, and Hunter Douglas shades throughout. The master bedroom suite is situated on one end of the home, while two guest bedrooms, a full bath, and an office are located on the other, creating privacy for both owners and visitors. The oversized heated garage includes plentiful storage space. A workshop or office with a half bath is located on one end of the garage, while an exercise room with bamboo flooring on the other end could easily serve as a studio or office. The 768-square-foot guesthouse is tucked above the garage and features a full kitchen, a Murphy queen bed, a full bath, walnut flooring, a gas stove, and two portales. Enveloping the residence are more than 100 mature trees—including 24 fruit trees—and a number of outdoor living spaces, each positioned for utmost enjoyment. Extensive perennials, raised-bed gardens, two wells, and surface irrigation rights complete the idyllic picture.