Casa de Vidrio (House of Glass), an extraordinary, gated contemporary estate overlooks the world-renowned Santa Fe Opera with panoramic views of distant valleys and the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountain ranges. The 5,600-square-foot main home and 1,600-square-foot guest house command 13.58 acres in the prestigious northside Tesuque area. Designed by Aaron Bohrer to emulate the architectural spirit of Chaco Canyon’s Pueblo Bonito, Casa de Vidrio provides an enormous entry glass door, an observation deck, slate and bamboo floors, sliding pocket doors, multiple water features, a home theatre, unmatched art display facilities, an outdoor hot tub, and numerous patios and portals. The color-filled art and architecture, floor-to-ceiling windows, multiple outdoor living spaces, and native landscaping—along with nearby skiing, hiking, and biking—all combine to fulfill the dream of living the enchanting Santa Fe lifestyle.