Rich in history and cultural significance, this exceptional 7.45-acre estate enjoys unparalleled serenity and breathtaking views in every direction. Home is quintessential example of Spanish Pueblo Revival style architecture designed in late 1920's by renowned architect John Gaw Meem, who created some of Santa Fe's most iconic buildings/museums. With 200-year-old carved and painted wooden doors and 5, 900 + sq. ft. of living space, this classic triple adobe hacienda features 4 main bedrooms, 4 baths, 2 guest house casitas, and 1926 old barn to be restored or repurposed. The living room embodies warmth and intimacy with masterfully crafted flagstone, oak plank floors, vigas, timbered stairs, Penasco artisan details, and hand-hewn willow pattern herring boned ceilings. Bright and open chef's kitchen with charming breakfast area and direct access to various patios. Grand adobe arch dining, writing space with kiva fireplace and elegant coved ceilings. Original studio used by McHarg Davenport, one of the Rio Grande painters of the 1930's. It includes classic soaring New Mexico "Sala" balcony with soaring split cedar ceilings and sky-touching windows. For the ultimate in pampering, there is a sauna and massage room. Enjoy alpenglow mountain views on the stunning rooftop deck. Sprawling patios and outdoor spaces for intimate al fresco dinners and large-scale entertaining. 2-car detached garage. Private location, yet only minutes from the Plaza, Santa Fe Opera, FBO, and Ski Basin.