Few homes in Santa Fe can boast of a lakeside setting, but this three-bedroom Las Campanas residence designed by Woods Design Builders enjoys that distinction. Fabulous views of the adjacent Jack Nicklaus Signature Sunrise golf course and the surrounding high desert landscape are effortlessly enjoyed from the living areas as well as the portal and rooftop patio. The tranquility of the lake is reflected in the interior of the home, where classic regional architectural treatments blend seamlessly with Eastern influences. Diamond-finish plaster walls with smooth curves, radius edges, arches with inset lintels, bancos, and nichos convey local flavor, while several antique doors and a wealth of built-in cabinetry add the bold, earthy elements common to both architectural traditions. Dark slate floors contrast dramatically with vigas and rough-hewn beams under a hallway of skylights. Throughout the home, floor-to-ceiling windows reminiscent of Japanese torii gates capture nature and draw in the beauty of the surrounding terrain. A privately located master bedroom benefits from two separate baths and a luxurious closet connected directly to a laundry room. The guest wing includes two bedrooms, two baths, and a light-filled shared family room. Each bedroom wing opens to its own portal and terraces. A long driveway off a cul-de-sac allows for consummate privacy and leads to an exceptional four-vehicle garage.