Winner of the 2016 Grand Hacienda Award, this residence—a home and guesthouse or studio designed by Bob Zachry and built by Scott Wong of Solterra—is one of the premier properties in Monte Sereno and all of Santa Fe. Hidden on a hilltop behind a private gate, it enjoys staggering unobstructed 270-degree views of the Sangre de Cristos, the Badlands, city lights, and the Ortiz and the Sandias to the south. Affording true single-level living with no steps, it features a fluid floor plan with a living room, a dining room, an open kitchen, and covered outdoor living and entertaining spaces, all effortlessly linked behind walls of glass. The award-winning kitchen is the focal point, boasting a 12-foot island, views, and a clever design that allows for pantry cabinets, a steam oven, and a freezer to be discreetly positioned behind the room’s main wall. A screened office and storage area—adjacent to the garage for ease of bringing items into the home—also keeps the clutter out of sight. An inner atrium with a built-in grill admits even more natural light. Secluded from the living areas, the luxurious owner's suite has dazzling easterly and southerly views and includes two walk-in closets, a workout room, and a bath with a wet room that offers a separate soaking tub and a spacious shower for two. The home also features in-floor radiant heating, cooling, and a smart European-influenced solar, gas, and electric power source that includes 32 solar panels.