Nestled among dramatic sandstone formations of the Garden of the Gods, this spectacular rare 210-acre homestead in an area of ranches, artist retreats, and custom homes represents one of the few remaining opportunities to own a significant parcel of picturesque Southwestern land while still being close to all that the city has to offer. Just south of Santa Fe via the scenic Turquoise Trail, the property is varied, featuring flat acres dotted with pinon, cedar, and juniper trees as well as stunning red cliffs above a series of arroyos and canyons—all of which creates a vibrant, colorful, and magical landscape. The three-bedroom residence is cradled by cliffs and, closer in, significant formal landscaping with an irrigation system and timers. It features a spacious recently added sunroom with a Vermont Casting woodstove and a view of the red cliffs, a cozy sitting room with a kiva fireplace, and a wraparound deck perfect for outdoor entertaining and dining. Across the green lawn and surrounded by mature trees and rock formations is an outdoor hot tub and deck perfect for admiring stars and sunsets. Suitable for horses, hiking, and outdoor exploration, the property is located near Bureau of Land Management acreage that is home to the Burnt Corn Pueblo.