Original adobe home, guest home, & studio with big views in all directions. Located on a high mesa plateau just north of Tesuque and set among pinons/juniper, this privately located, 14+ acre property offers a blank canvas of opportunity. Originally designed by local architect Allen McNown & built by Joe Babcock, the main feature of the home is an open, high-ceiling great room with large, cantilevered beams forming portals that frame both commanding Sangre de Cristo/Santa Fe Ski Basin views to the east and dramatic sunset views toward the Jemez mountains in the west. Exposed adobe, multiple fireplaces, woodstoves, utility area, generous proportions, and secret cabinets highlight the simple architectural thought behind this beloved home. Step outside under the breezeway toward the bright and lofty guest house. A detached carport offers a studio/workshop that’s ideal for the creative spirit. Other features include newer kitchen appliances, shared private well, storage shed, fenced dog area/chicken coop, thematically carved doors, and opportunity to purchase up to another 51 acres to the west. Don’t miss this opportunity.