Designed by modern architectural virtuoso John Klee, this recently updated residence just minutes from the Santa Fe Plaza is known as the Equilateral House. Its formidable design impresses with a striking use of glass, metal, and acute angles while also nourishing with warm Douglas fir flooring, floods of natural light, and numerous windows and doors that foster a deep connection to nature and the surrounding landscape. The primary suite features a breathtaking open shower, a freestanding tub, and a private patio for stargazing. The kitchen and dining areas enjoy views of the Sandia Mountains and the lights of downtown Santa Fe, while the open floor plan allows for direct access to a fabulous covered outdoor entertaining area privately tucked into the hillside. Two bedrooms and a light-filled den are also located on the main level. The lower level is a residence unto itself that enjoys direct access from the driveway and includes a kitchen and a living area plus a large studio space with soaring ceilings, a pyramid skylight, and a wood-burning fireplace. Nestled amid the piñon, juniper, and aspen trees just 1.5 miles to the north of the Santa Fe Plaza, this distinctive property is an ideal springboard for adventure, be it biking to the International Folk Art Market, sauntering home from the Wine and Chile Festival, or enjoying the myriad fine dining options within walking distance.