Set high in the hills on 104 acres of mature trees amid spectacular landscapes, this mountain compound—comprising a main residence, a guesthouse, and a casita—offers numerous venues for entertaining and relaxing. It begins with a 20-foot entry arch, which leads to an exquisite Mayan-inspired fountain, where a view of the valley below stretches all the way from Taylor Mountain to Los Alamos to southern Colorado. The uniquely designed main house is entered through a 12-foot trapezoidal steel and copper door, which leads to a living room with 22-foot floor-to-ceiling windows. Allowing for consummate elegant living are a "sunset room,” a secluded owner's suite, and a chef's kitchen with 14-foot ceilings, an oversized semicircular granite-topped island, and dining and sitting areas. A covered pavilion is designed for cooking, entertaining, and dining outdoors in the mountain air. The zaguan-connected casita completes the four-bedroom, five-bath portion of the compound. Also included on the acreage is a beautiful Pueblo Revival–style four—bedroom guesthouse, a private retreat overlooking serene pine forests. The main-floor living and dining areas open to a portal and deck for relaxing as the sunset casts a sepia hue on the pines below. The primary bedroom and a spacious kitchen complete the main floor. The lower level is currently configured to offer three bedrooms—one of which would make an ideal game room—and a bath. All of this is just five miles from the Santa Fe Plaza.