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Under the watchful eye of the original owner's, Leif Backe constructed this custom, passive solar home 'benched' into the west side of the Sunlit Hills. This home commands incredible views south, west and north - unparalleled by only but a few alternative properties in this corridor. Built in approx. 1986, the style embraces the passive solar movement, with red brick floors, vigas and beams throughout, white washed walls and arched doorways. At some juncture in the past, the two car garage was converted to family room/studio space with woodstove. The main house also enjoys a traditional corner kiva as well as an energy efficient Vermont Castings stove and numerous skylights. Talk about an efficient energy footprint! Room for horses, and a nice shed already exists on the property.