This comfortable air-conditioned two bedroom condo is well located in Santa Fe. With easy access to highway 285 north, it is less than a 10-minute drive to the Santa Fe Opera. It is about 1 mile (an easy walk for those into walking) from the Plaza, the center of old Santa Fe. A drive of about 1 mile puts one on the road to the Santa Fe Ski Basin. The De Vargas Center with grocery store, drugstore, post office, cinemas, etc. is a few hundred yards from the condo.
The entrance door to the condo opens into a hallway with a small coat closet and a bedroom on each side of the hall. The hallway leads to the open living/dining area with beamed ceilings and a wood-burning kiva fireplace. Furnishings include an armoire with a television and VCR and a dining table that comfortably seats six people. Double french doors lead out of the living area onto a covered balcony where one can eat and relax while looking out on a mountain view.
The kitchen is open to the living area and has an electric stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, small microwave oven and the necessary assortment of pots, pans, dishes, utensils, coffee maker, toaster, etc. for preparing and eating meals.
The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and an adjacent half-bath. It is furnished with a queen-size bed, small TV, radio alarm clock and R.C. Gorman prints on the walls. The second bedroom has an ample closet, queen-size bed, radio alarm clock and Georgia O'Keeffe prints on the wall. Good quality bed and bath linens are furnished. The full bath has a tub with shower and a closet with a small, stacked washer and dryer.
Located in a quiet neighborhood and shielded from mainstream traffic noise by another building in the condo complex, the condo is a peaceful place to stay. There is ample free parking in the complex parking lot. The condo is not wheel chair accessible since one must go up six steps to reach the entrance. It is a Non-Smoking condo.
Opera (summer), chamber music festival (summer), art galleries (Canyon Road and throughout Santa Fe), historic buildings and churches, city tours (walking and open-air trams), Santa Fe Southern Railway rides, art markets (summer Spanish Market and Indian Market), New Mexico state capitol building, pueblo ruins at Bandolier National Monument, science and atomic museums at Los Alamos, skiing (winter), river rafting
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