This beautiful home in Beulah, Co has a distinctive architectural style all its own. Created by a collaboration of an outstanding interior designer, a working artist, and a nationally recognized restoration contractor this fully restored home embraces elegance with luxurious amenities and comfort. It is a blend of Santa Fe and California Mission styles that combine elements of historic architecture and contemporary design creating a transitional new look for the 21st century. Throughout the house you will find artistic sculpted walls and passage ways, wood burning and gas fireplaces, bancos,nichos, vigas, latillas, and portales. The nearly 5000 feet of living space offers three distinctive master suites, each with their own private entrance. The Pontiac suite is hand plastered, sculptured American Clay walls, hydronic baseboard heat, and floors of hand scraped planked oak. This area features solid oak carved doors created by the Santa Fe artist Volker DeLaharp. A private bath and sitting area with its own outside entrance means it can be totally separated from other areas of the home. The St Jude Suite is a serene and beautiful area with a relaxed ambience. It also has its own bath, and private entrance with a large quiet terrace. The Master bedroom wing of the restoration exhibits tasteful organic contemporary design. It has its own private outside deck and sitting area overlooking a running year-round stream. Two additional bedrooms (presently used as his and her offices) with their own outside access, large windows and porch creating a nice setting for relaxation. In addition, it includes a library, laundry room with utility sink, additional water closet, pantry and storage area. Floors are hydronic in-floor heat and ceramic tile. The gourmet kitchen is equipped with a 6-burner Dacor gas cooktop and warming oven, large vent fan, double ovens, microwave, Bosch dishwasher, and a beautiful live-edged central island. Adjoining the kitchen is a breakfast nook with floors of beetle kill pine, hand pegged with walnut plugs. This chef's kitchen has custom cabinetry, baseboard heat, and hand scraped oak planked flooring. An extra bonus of this area is a butler's pantry with wine cooler vegetable sink and a second Bosch dishwasher. The dining room is inspired by the design of the Mabel Dodge Luhan's home in Taos, New Mexico. Rich in history and authentic in architecture, discreet lighting, hand sculpted American Clay walls, viga ceilings and niches set the mood for an intimate dining experience. A large hall/entry leads to a beautiful full length screened in porch for enjoying coffee, watching wildlife, or just enjoying the Sunday paper. The lush landscape enhances the experience. The living space has a wood burning fireplace, welcoming hearth, charming windows, and a second screened porch. The floors in this area are custom finished Saltillo tiles. A built-in blanket chest and nook inset into the wall creates a place to relax or to present your finest pieces of artwork. This home is insulated for energy efficiency. Heating is a propane hydronic boiler system, in-floor and baseboard. All mechanical systems including plumbing, electrical, and heating are new, as are the windows and roofing. The property consists of approximately 3.86 acres with a stream, private well, and community water. An Amish built barn, 2160 sq.ft. with a 1200 sq.ft. loft, provides storage, shop space and additional garage. Surrounded by majestic mountains and a year-round stream with an oak bridge, the setting is the perfect blend of country living and city proximity. Beulah is 22 miles from Pueblo and the Pueblo Reservoir. Pueblo supports an airport, restaurants, entertainment, and outstanding health care facilities, Pueblo Community College, Colorado State University Pueblo along with a nationally recognized library, art center and symphony all adding to the attraction of this outstanding home in a friendly and affordable community.