The Fairview School Ranch, nestled at the foot of Job's Peak contains the historic site of the Fairview School. Although the school house is gone, today there's an exquisite mountain lodge style home protected by five mature cottonwood trees that were planted by students of the old schoolhouse in the late 1800's. A truly remarkable equestrian ranch including a 5,951 sq. ft. main house, a six stall horse barn, a 125 by 80 foot big barn, and a roughly 1,800 sq. ft. workshop all sitting on 2 separate 20 acre lots. The main house with a luxurious master bedroom,four guest bedrooms, in-law suite, two executive offices, gourmet kitchen, and breakfast sun-room serve as headquarters to this immaculate property. Some of the many unique features include indigenous rock in the walls and flooring, while high ceilings and massive tinted beams are located throughout this rooted and contemporary mountain retreat. Hints of iron, bronze and copper located in the grand room are highlighted by the abundance of natural light from the western facing 25' wall of windows and dear-story window accents in the grand hall. The numerous systems in place show an intense pride of ownership dedicated to the well being and continued enjoyment of this treasured land. Two wells with efficient pumps and irrigation system shower the tree studded estate, all through the contort of a full compliment of water rights. Not to mention the back up propane generator, passive solar heating, four A/C units, large swamp cooler, temperature controlled wine cellar, security system and the ability to easily add a home automation system,you will not find a more sound piece of property.