This classic time-honored home is situated on 3.98 acres in the heart of Museum Hill. Filled with light & views to the surrounding Sangre de Cristo Mountains, this home features gracious spaces both indoors & out. Beautiful finishes include birds eye maple floors, desert rose plaster walls, & hand carved vigas. A kiva is located in nearly every room in the home creating warm & inviting spaces. The main home includes a lovely entry, large living area, spacious office, kitchen with attached dining area, as well as a smaller office & more formal dining area. The master suite has French doors to the back patio and a guest suite is private and comfortable. An attached guest casita includes a kitchen, living area, bedroom, bathroom, laundry area, private patio & garage. It is accessible from the main house and also has a private entrance. An elegant cabana has double doors that open to the outdoor swimming pool surrounded by a veranda and bancos. A lift takes you to the roof deck which is the perfect place to watch the sunrise over the mountains or the sunset over the pool. The large manicured landscape is planted with native plantings including yellow columbine, juniper and chamisa. A 20 foot bridle easement runs along the rear of the property. The home has a private well and City water. An integrated heating and air conditioning system has been installed and is complimented with the radiant in-floor heat. A charming home in every sense of the word.
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.