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Beautifully reimaged and remodeled in 2008 and smartly improved once again by the current owners, this contemporary residence echoes the best of New Mexico in the elements of light and spaciousness that are evidenced throughout the layout of the home, as well as in its choice of finishes. Bamboo floors, clear and corrugated glass inset cabinets in the kitchen, gorgeous stream-lined walnut cabinetry and cubist-style fireplaces convey a minimalism that invites expansive and peaceful living. Two wings off the main living area (kitchen, dining room and family room) contain an impressive master suite on one side and two more bedrooms and baths on the other. A palette of cool whites, river-rock grays and mesa browns accentuate the play between the indoors and outdoors uniquely expressed in this home and keenly accentuated by the massive accordion glass panels that open the family room into the very private outdoor entertainment ecoscape. In the Museum Hill District just across from Amelia White Park, the location offers both convenience and privacy. Set-back from the street and gated, the front entrance is shaded and serene while the back yard presents another success in form and function with a hot tub, expansive patio area, and pleasing views of the Sangre de Cristos.