Architecturally designed, contemporary southwest-style home in a unique, spectacular, high desert setting. Rarely will you find such sophistication amid canyon-country wilderness. The ten-acre parcel overlooks Boulder, Utah, from the edge of Black Boulder Mesa, surrounded by 1.8 million acre Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument. The Mesa development is admired for thoughtfully protecting the lands natural beauty as well as the viewscape of each parcel. At this one-level home, the primary view sweeps Northwest across a vast expanse of sculpted, Navajo sandstone slickstone slickrock to the aspen and ponderosa-pine forests on Boulder Mountain. All this compelling scenery is visible through a multiuse of windows: from the wrap-around covered terrace accessed through nearly every room: and from the hot tub. Also outdoors yet within the home's embrace is a courtyard featuring a second bedroom with an attached, full bathroom, a den, a living room with stone fireplace, a dining room, a powder room, an office/pantry, a chef's kitchen with marble countertops, and a breakfast nook surrounded by yet more windows. Slate flooring extends throughout these spacious rooms. The 2 car garage has its own covered walkway, a workroom/studio, plus a full bath. The entire home is constructed of earthly, built to last materials and exudes proud craftsmanship. All this, among pinion and juniper forest, beneath consistently clear, desert skies, where the nights are astonishing dark and stars intensely bright.