Nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains amidst ponderosa pines, pinons, junipers, abundant wildlife and an on-property seasonal stream is a spectacular expression of design and architecture in perfect harmony with nature. With a daily backdrop of magnificent and inspiring sunrises and sunsets, the property is ideally suited to active lifestyle people and nature lovers who want a peaceful, secluded setting for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, skiing, fly fishing and other outdoor activities just outside their front door or in close proximity. This custom-built adobe/frame and stucco home sits on one of four separately deeded lots totaling approximately 78 dramatic, rugged acres backing up to the Santa Fe National Forest. Exquisitely constructed in a traditional Pueblo design, every attention to detail has been considered, from the site of the home to the hand-plastered walls and antique Seret wood detailing throughout. Lovingly upgraded and maintained, this four-bedroom home has a separate and sumptuous owners’ suite with Italian stonework capturing views of high mountain evergreens. An open concept living/dining area is bathed in natural light with a resort-like stone fireplace and shed antler chandelier anchoring the high-ceiling great room. Solar panels promote the energy efficiency of the home’s propane-fired heating system. The large gourmet kitchen provides a perfect setting for entertaining and preparing culinary meals. Front and back patios and an entry breezeway offer exceptional outdoor living space, with pathways and observation settings giving unobstructed, pristine mountain views in every direction. The property is just a 15-minute drive to the famous Harry’s Roadhouse Restaurant, the fitness club at El Gancho and Quail Run’s golf course.