Hidden above the quiet, verdant Chupadero Valley, this Andrew Greer–built home is a spectacular expression of design and architecture. Beautifully sited on one of two separately deeded lots totaling approximately nine acres with uninterrupted dramatic views, it is exquisitely constructed in the traditional Pueblo style, and every detail has been carefully considered—from the hand-plastered walls to the restored antique ceiling beams. An open-concept living, dining, and kitchen area provides a free and easy setting for entertaining. A large brick-paved portal flanks the living room and includes cozy banco seating and a woodburning fireplace. Another deep portal off the kitchen offers an option for seasonal al fresco dining, and pathways amid lush landscaping surround the home, allowing for quiet contemplation and enjoyment of unobstructed views in almost every direction. Among the three bedrooms is a sumptuous, secluded owner’s suite with a private bricked patio just outside a set of French doors. The estate’s vacant lot is perfect for a studio or guesthouse and would allow for construction that would not impair any views from the main house. The "campo" below at the arroyo's edge—a leisurely walk away—is a wonderful place to play, explore, and be in harmony with nature.