As you wend your way to the seven-acre hilltop to feast your eyes on the private world, the roots of Hacienda del Cielo quickly become apparent. The adobe walls announce a spirit that is unmistakably Santa Fe. Throughout some 7,383 square feet of magnificent space, terra-cotta walls, carved beams, and centuries-old doors chronicle history. Elaborate corbels, stone windowsills filled with stained glass, and a Spanish Colonial fireplace—one of eight—all lend authenticity. Meanwhile, outdoors, redolent gardens radiant in the sun interweave still other endearing artifacts, such as two antique fountains that rekindle scenes straight out of the past.