On a private 10.58-acre lot in La Tierra, this architecturally stunning home is perfectly perched for appreciating the 360-degree views—the captivating Sangre de Cristos to the east and spectacular sunsets over the Jemez in the west. The residence was designed by Ted Luna to feel both organic and timeless, with interiors and exteriors in soothing harmony. The use of glass and natural materials—among them limestone and hardwood floors—blurs the line between indoors and out. A glorious front courtyard garden introduces the home, leading to the magnificent front door, which sets the stage for the soaring octagonal ceiling and oversized windows framing the awe-inspiring vistas. The residence features open living and entertaining spaces, a library loft, a primary suite that maximizes the expansive views and includes a wood-burning kiva fireplace, and two guest bedrooms, one of which would make a wonderful office with an inspiring outlook. Guests will appreciate the private attached casita, which has a separate entry. The air-conditioned home also offers an oversized three-car garage that is also heated and air-conditioned. A solar power system has been installed for the fully electric home, minimizing utility costs. A freestanding outbuilding provides garage space for an additional vehicle. The new owner will enjoy a peaceful private setting and majestic views, all less than 15 minutes from town.