Elegant, serene, and stylish, this Museum Hill property was awarded the Grand Prize at the 2016 Santa Fe Home Show. Nestled in a park-like setting with mature grounds, the classic territorial-style compound is fully fenced and gated, offering outdoor-living areas in wooded seclusion. Inside, the exquisitely finished spaces shimmer with light, offering views in multiple directions, while oversized platinum wood doors and repeating design motifs unify the spacious layout. The main house offers three distinct bedroom suites with excellent sound separation; the hub is the striking Bulthaup kitchen, which opens to the dining room and to the back portal. Every detail has been thoughtfully conceived, from the spectacular lighting fixtures to the sandblasted-glass barn doors, but the remodel goes far beyond the cosmetic. The main house was given an entirely new electrical system and radiant heat throughout the main floor, and each structure has a new roof. All of the living spaces offer easy access to the outdoors, including the charming 900-sq.-ft. casita, which features high ceilings, wonderful storage space, and oversized patio doors. It’s rare to find a contemporary home in the highly desirable Museum Hill neighborhood, and even rarer to find one that so artfully merges up-to-the-moment touches with traditional Santa Fe ambiance.