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Incredible Mountain Top Compound! Truly extraordinary offering of a main house, studio, and writer’s cabin on over nine acres with amazing rock outcroppings, towering pine trees, and spectacular panoramic vistas. High in the Sangre de Cristo foothills above Santa Fe with crystal clear blue skies and incomparable starry nights, you'll find a solar eco-friendly residence, designed by distinguished Santa Fe architect Bill Lumpkins. It was enhanced with a green renovation in 1992 by Burke Denman that included solar for the domestic hot water and heating systems, as well as rain catchment and grey-water irrigation systems, and Trey Jordan also took part in creating interior design elements. Then recently the addition of a photo-voltaic solar panel energy system affords even greater sustainable efficiency. The three bedroom, three bath residence features a light and beautiful well-appointed kitchen with elegant stone counters, attractive custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, plus a casual dining area with remarkable views; a private formal dining room with lovely stained glass chapel windows that opens to a delightful deck; and a fabulous living room with fifteen foot ceilings built into the impressive mountain rock with stunning flagstone floors, a granite rock wall and fireplace, and dramatic views from abundant windows. The home opens onto a red Cedar deck that offers wonderful outdoor living and further extends the stunning views. The deck wraps around the house to a Japanese hot tub perched on a rocky bluff that overlooks breathtaking mountain scenery. Features in the home also include Pella windows and doors, hard plaster walls, and a 400 year old hand-adzed Middle Eastern entry door. A short stroll from the house is a wonderful large studio with European petite-brick floors, marvelous light, and more incredible views.