In the midst of a ponderosa forest with a creek running through it, this stunning 4,200-square-foot adobe home on 1,083 acres in Magic Canyon Park is an opportunity not to be missed. This retreat is nestled between Angel Fire and Mora, is accessible year-round from a county-maintained road, and boasts fiber-optic internet access. Constructed by Andrew Geer, a well-known Santa Fe–area adobe builder, the main residence offers five bedrooms, four baths, spacious living areas with beautiful plaster walls, and shady porches. The kitchen features superior appliances, granite countertops, and everything needed for entertaining, and the sunny dining area opens to the outdoors. The “cantina” guesthouse is secluded from the main house and offers a bedroom and bath, a kitchen, a living room, a sleeping loft, and a spacious porch. Horses can be well tended in an eight-stall barn with a raised center aisle, water, a hay loft, a tack room, a feed room, a washing bay and vet area, loafing sheds, and 35 acres of irrigated pasture. Hunting is permitted, with six elk tags available. The property also includes a 3,750-square-foot hangar for equipment storage as well as a heated 785-square-foot workshop. The property includes surface water rights from the acequia de Los Cocas.