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In the rolling Sangre de Cristo foothills just north of Santa Fe, this stately gated home and attached guesthouse, designed by Michael Bodelson and built by Rick Brenner, combine elegant Southwestern style with comfort and livability. The open-concept floor plan includes spaces — formal living and dining areas with a shared fireplace, an office, an inviting chef’s kitchen and family room, a roomy study or office, and three bedrooms — that are both relaxed and sophisticated have an easy, natural flow. The master suite is private but conveniently sited; it includes a spalike bath, two walk-in closets, and access to a portal overlooking a rose garden. Serene portales offer fabulous, colorful views. Warm, earthy hues; handsome hardwood and stone-tile flooring; five fireplaces; vigas; and stylish fixtures and finishes contribute to the inviting ambience. A hillside position along with a multiple portales and walled courtyards allow the property to take advantage of the amazing setting and vistas. The acreage enveloping the state is strewn with mature high-desert foliage and trees. The sweeping southwestern view — best appreciated from the expansive front portal — encompasses gorgeous sunsets. Guests will appreciate the chance to relax outdoors amid thriving landscaping on their own portal.