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Spectacular Jemez Spring's Adobe Gem! This home/retreat with exceptional quality, unique features and history was designed by world-renowned architect David Yarborough. A true-treasure, ten-acre estate with 360 degree views of magical and magnificent red rock encompassing the Jemez Springs Canyon. Home was purposely designed with celestial peace, balance and harmony in mind, which is reflected with water fountain, fireplace and all room placement. Home features a retreat/gathering room, open concept-chef's kitchen with granite counters and bar, two fireplaces, two interior fountains that complete the ambiance and a Buddhist-inspired “Chant Room”. A separate studio is at lower level next to garage. Breathtaking views from every window. Surrounded by southwest perennial gardens chocked full of botanicals, flowers and herbs. Sustainable with fish pond, pistachio trees, Goji berries, peaches, and Sea Buckthorn to name a few. On-grid, but uses solar energy most of the time. The village of Jemez Springs is abundant in natural hot springs which derive from the super volcano, the Valles Caldera National Preserve. Several primitive hot springs make Jemez Springs a delight for hikers who are rewarded by beautiful waterfalls or comforting hot springs. Spence Hot Springs near Soda Dam, McCauley Hot Springs close to Battleship Rock, and San Antonio Hot Springs in the Santa Fe National Forest are accessible. Jemez Springs is within an hour of both Los Alamos and Albuquerque.