Impressive Tierra Sagrada is an approximately 17-acre estate located amid the pastoral beauty of the Pojoaque Valley, or the Water Drinking Place, just a 20-minute drive north of Santa Fe. Consisting of two separately deeded lots, the property benefits from a breathtaking backdrop of the Las Barrancas Badlands—sacred Native American land—to the west and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east. The expansive property was designed and built between 1995 and 2002 and features nods to Asian, Moroccan, and Indonesian styles. Architecturally significant, it consists of a five-bedroom main residence, a two-bedroom guesthouse, a hacienda-style building offering several bedrooms and baths, and a large retreat building of exceptional scale. Infused with an atmosphere of serenity and repose, the main home is astutely sited and accompanied by a pristine outdoor living space with multiple water features, a large koi pond, natural sitting areas, a large covered terrace with an outdoor kitchen, and lush landscaping. Also on-site are a studio, a barn, an aviary, a vineyard, an open field, and a large pond filled by the Acequia de las Joyas, both of which draw a plethora of birds. Irrigation rights are included. Flagstone pathways meander through the estate, connecting quiet contemplative spaces tucked amid well-established fruit trees and majestic cottonwoods.