Perched at the end of Tesuque Overlook in Monte Sereno, this Woods-built residence and former Parade of Homes award winner boasts a rare combination of spectacular views and beautiful architecture. Reveling in vistas of the Sangre de Cristos, the Jemez, and the Badlands, it offers three bedrooms, a study, a family room, and finishes and fixtures seen only in the area’s finest homes. The large open-concept gourmet kitchen, which flows to the dining and family rooms, features high ceilings, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, generous counter space, and an outlook on the Sangre de Cristos. Framed with views that make for a truly inviting introduction to the home, the living room exemplifies timelessly rugged American style. Showcasing a rich stone wall and warm hardwood floors, the study provides a respite for both movie watching and working from home. The main portal affords generous outdoor living spaces and is ideal for entertaining and dining with clear, pure views. The owner's suite sits at the north end of the home and enjoys uninterrupted 270-degree views, its own portal, a luxurious bath, and a workout room. Thoughtful materials, colors, and textures have been used throughout, and the privacy afforded by the pinnacle-like position is evident in every room.