Where the mountains meet the Great Plains, the charming equestrian property known as the Starlight Ranch captures the essence of the Wild West while merging beautiful detailing and a thoughtful floor plan in a one-of-a-kind Robert Coe home. Near the San Pedro Mountains on the outskirts of southern Santa Fe County just miles from the Turquoise National Scenic Byway, the property encompasses 85 fully fenced acres that include an 11,900-square-foot single-level brick home with seven heated garages and two carports. A heated indoor gunite pool accompanied by a kitchen and entertaining spaces is located between the kitchen, game room, and living spaces. Vistas of valleys and two mountain ranges can be enjoyed from nearly every interior space and from more than 1,700 square feet of patios and other outdoor entertaining areas. The home also boasts evaporative cooling, zoned baseboard heating, natural gas, solar panels, fiberoptic high-speed internet access, a central vacuum system, and a gated entry with a whole-house security system. Just behind the property are a riding area; a four-stall MD Barnmaster metal barn with a center aisle, turnouts, water, and electricity; and lovely pasture land for riding.