This stunning six-bedroom contemporary Pueblo-style home and guesthouse on the historic Eastside enjoy spectacular views of mountains and the area’s distinctive natural terrain. Designed by Wurzburger Architects to take maximum advantage of the 2.372-acre site, the unique curved floor plan features walls of windows and stone that link public and private spaces while capturing dramatic cloud-dotted New Mexico skies by day and sparkling city lights by night. Among the captivating spaces are a grand formal living room, a media room, a library or den. The gourmet kitchen features light wood cabinetry, brick flooring, a built-in hutch, a six-burner Viking range with a griddle range with two ovens, aa additional built-in convection oven, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a center island, a dining area for six with built-in banco seating, and a spacious walk-in pantry. The primary and guest bedrooms are secluded in separate wings of the home for privacy. The 1,137-square-foot guesthouse offers two living areas, a full kitchen, two bedrooms, one bath, and its own garage. Encouraging outdoor enjoyment area a 50-foot lap pool, a hot tub, a bocce court, and a portal perfect for alfresco dining. Grid-tied photovoltaic solar panels are a welcome extra. The convenient location is close to Museum Hill, St. John’s College, the Atalaya Lower and Dorothy Stewart Trailheads, Canyon Road, and the historic Santa Fe Plaza.