Built in 1937 by acclaimed artist and weaver Roger Cheney, this spacious classic adobe home is perched on three acres at the top of a ridge just minutes from the historic Plaza, where it enjoys breathtaking views of the Sangre de Cristo and the Sandia Mountains. Two successive owners added air conditioning and a private owner’s suite and rejuvenated the kitchen and baths. Large, elegant rooms are a hallmark of the stunning residence, which also features vigas and corbels, six kiva fireplaces, an updated gourmet kitchen, and wood, tile, and carpeted flooring. The public spaces include a formal dining room and a sunken living room, both with oversized windows, wood floors, high ceilings, fireplaces, and doors to the grounds. The flexible floor plan also offers three bedroom suites and a media room or fourth bedroom. The generous primary bedroom includes its own kiva fireplace as well as two en suite baths and an adjacent space perfect for a study or gym. Storage is abundant throughout, from walk-ins and California Closets to extensive bath and kitchen cabinets. Two gated yards and two brick patios with gardens and water features make outdoor living, dining, and recreation a pleasure, while a hot tub provides relaxation for skiers and hikers. The free-standing two-car garage offers additional storage.