Find community and Southwestern adventure in this majestically built home with high-energy efficiency, 6 stall barn, and 1830 log-cabin guest house located near the historic and vibrant communities of Madrid and Cerrillos on The Turquoise Trail. This versatile property sits on 106 pristine acres with magnificent views to the surrounding mountains and easy access to the restaurants, galleries, farmers market and 1,100 acre Cerrillos State Park located in this artistic community. Gold mined in the area helped to fund the traders on the Old Santa Fe Trail, leading to new populations heading west. Turquoise from the Cerrillos Hills was a valuable stone to the Indigenous population, traded north and south. While rural, the area offers opportunities to create community through art studio tours, potluck community breakfasts, gatherings with music at the Mine Shaft Tavern, or through a visit to the Old West at the Blackbird Saloon. Privately located behind a gate off a County Road just South of Santa Fe, the offering includes an elegant home with indoor pool. Enter the great room with soaring 15-foot ceilings, regal kiva fireplace, and views to the outdoors with access to the covered portal, also with kiva fireplace. With privacy, land and views well beyond most properties, this portal is great for entertaining, relaxing, and enjoying one of the many garden patios that surround the main home. A wonderful warm and ample kitchen includes a large center island with sink and is made cozy with a traditional Kiva fireplace to enjoy while cooking, entertaining or eating a meal at the breakfast nook. The home is served by the Sellers own 29 solar panels that generate 2117 kwh to keep utility costs low. The home is also connected to the grid. Solar thermal collectors deliver hot water to the radiant in-floor heating system and also heat the lovely indoor pool year-round. Two hundred feet from the main home, you will find the large barn with tack and tool rooms, water and electricity, and hot water tank, corrals and hay storage, along with the chicken coop, goat pen and storage sheds Away from the home sits the 2 story log cabin and while rocking on the front porch, you can imagine early settlers pushing West to Ohio in 1830.