Rich in architectural history and cultural significance, this exceptional 7.45-acre estate enjoys a prime location on a private ridgeline affording unparalleled serenity and breathtaking views in every direction. It includes a classic triple-adobe hacienda with four bedrooms and baths, two guest casitas, and a 1926 barn that can easily be restored or repurposed. Exemplifying Spanish Pueblo Revival architecture, the 5,900-square-foot residence was designed and constructed in the late 1920s by renowned architect John Gaw Meem, who created some of Santa Fe's most iconic buildings. The living room is a space of warmth and intimacy with flagstone floors, artisanal details, and ceilings with vigas and hand-hewn herringbone-patterned latillas. A grand adobe arch in the dining room leads to a writing or music room with a kiva fireplace and coved ceilings. The bright, open chef's kitchen includes a charming breakfast area and direct patio access. The original studio of McHarg Davenport—one of the Rio Grande painters of the 1930s—includes a soaring split cedar ceiling, a balcony, and oversized windows. Other rare highlights include a sauna and massage room, a rooftop deck, expansive patios and, and a detached two-car garage. The enviable location, in one of the city’s most prestigious neighborhoods, is minutes from the historic Plaza, the world-renowned opera house, the ski area, an airport with fixed-base operators, and numerous other sights and attractions.