Classic, Eastside, Upper Canyon Road adobe. Originally built by Betsy Lynette Wooliver, daughter of legendary primitive folk painter, Streeter Blair. Featured in the seminal 70's Santa Fe, counter culture book - Mud, Space and Spirit: handmade adobe. The home, once a renowned bohemian enclave, is now a masterfully remodeled, timeless residence, with classic details, modern ease, and intimate luxury. Antique and reclaimed wood doors, vigas, floors and counters. Copious amounts of wall space for displaying artwork. Independently zoned radiant heat and air conditioning with "Nest" learning thermostats. High efficiency windows and utilities. Venetian plaster and American clay hand-contoured adobe finishes. Wide plank, Ash wood and terra cotta tile floors. Two moss rock fireplaces, a large adobe Shepherd's fireplace, and three kivas. Custom hardware, antique leaded-glass, hand-wrought iron balcony railings and light fixtures. Open and casually elegant dining room with large picture windows, french doors, views to the foothills and terraced gardens. French country kitchen, with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, a reclaimed oak bar, old-world hand-painted tiles and a butler's pantry. A very private, gated property, with meandering moss rock walls, large established trees, lawns,and perennial gardens, uniquely sighted on one of Santa Fe's most Iconic roads.
Santa Fe’s Historic Eastside
With some homes dating back centuries, these neighborhoods boast some of Santa Fe’s most photographed adobe homes and gardens. Hosting a mix of multi-generational families and newcomers, the homes, often hidden behind high walls and accessed by narrow, dirt lanes, recall the city’s early history and lend Santa Fe a unique heritage.