Set high in the hills on 104 acres of mature trees amid spectacular landscapes, this mountain compound of main house, guesthouse and casita offers many venues for entertaining and relaxing. Begin by walking through a 20-foot entry arch to an exquisite Mayan-inspired water fountain and take in views from Taylor Mountain to Southern Colorado. Enter the main house through a twelve-foot trapezoidal door and gaze through 22-foot floor to ceiling windows of the living room. A “Sunset” room, secluded owner’s suite, and 14-foot ceilinged chef’s kitchen with substantial semi-circular granite topped island and dining and sitting areas provide for elegant living. Or, cook outside at the covered pavilion and entertain and dine with friends and family in the mountain air. The zaguan-connected casita completes this 4-bedroom, 5-bath portion of the compound. Also within the property is a beautiful Pueblo Revival style 4-bedroom, 2-bath guesthouse providing guests privacy in their own retreat overlooking serene pine forests. The main floor living and dining areas open out to a portal and deck where you can watch the sunset cast a sepia hue on the pines below. The master bedroom and spacious kitchen complete this floor. The lower level currently configured as three bedrooms and a bathroom includes one very large bedroom that could be used instead as a game room for guests. All of this is just five miles from the Santa Fe Plaza.