Combining international sophistication with Southwestern American style, this approximately 7,850-square-foot architectural masterpiece in the gated community of La Tierra Nueva—just 15 minutes from world-class fine arts, performing arts, and restaurants—consists of a main residence, a guesthouse, and a studio and features four bedrooms and seven baths. Once part of the Charles Goodnight Ranch, it spans roughly 27 rolling acres with magnificent expansive views of the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountain ranges. The main house was custom-designed by James Coady as a timeless, soft Southwestern Contemporary with European flair and features two bedrooms and an office or third bedroom that opens to an interior courtyard. The residence sits at the property’s mid-point and opens to a courtyard alle of Arizona ash trees and adjacent to a formal terraced flower garden. The separate studio and one-bedroom guesthouse, designed by renowned contemporary architect Jeff Harnar, are stunning tributes to the surrounding mountain views and badlands. With equestrian potential and access to 38,000 acres of Bureau of Land Management acreage, the private estate is easily maintained from anywhere in the world and is a mere 15 minutes from the Santa Fe Airport and adjacent to the exclusive Club at Las Campanas.