Tucked inside the gated Atascadero community of La Colina, this luxurious Spanish Colonial home—named Casa Inolvidable, translated as the Unforgettable Home—appeals to discerning international homebuyers who thumb through Architectural Digest Mexico, appreciative of extensive attention to detail. Acclaimed architectural and landscape designers Teresa & Timothy Wachter authentically recreated the look of a single-level-living, centuries-old hacienda with lushly-appointed gardens and water features, including a swimming pool and cantera fountain in the central courtyard. The spectacular boveda-arch great room—kitchen and dining flow together, punctuated by an impressive wine cellar—connect to a grand kitchen boasting the warmth of an old hacienda supplemented by modern commercial-grade appliances and oversized adjacent office and pantry. Just outside the adjacent French doors, a large loggia—including bar and fireplace—prove the perfect space to enjoy views to the impeccably designed gardens with creeks, ponds, fruit trees and lawn. The ground-floor grand master suite is truly impressive: the grotto-like bath boasts rainwater showerhead, massive dual-sink vanities and a dressing room larger than most bedrooms, all accessible to southern garden and the central patio and pool area. Two additional guest bedrooms grace the ground floor, another on the roof terrace, all themed for different countries. An expansive roof terrace also hosts multiple seating areas with views to the surrounding mountains as well as a complete covered kitchen with pizza oven, smoker, grill and refrigerator. Additional nods to modern amenities include a double car garage with full laundry area and a pressured, purified water system. If you were born with a taste for Spanish Colonial elegance, this estate will charm you the instant you pass through the entry gates—see it with me today!