The Delgado Lane House is located in the middle of our charming, historic downtown. The setting has the feeling of pastoral Santa Fe right on the Acequia Madre, a historic irrigation system that provides water for our fruit trees, vegetable garden and lots of birds. An ideal place to inspire and relax in while enjoying authentic Santa Fe. A one block walk to the coffee shop and local book store and Canyon Road's numerous galleries and restaurants. The Plaza is an easy walk with the vitality of its museums, shops and restaurants. We're an easy drive to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Audubon Center, Museum Hill and health spas. One can also enjoy great walks around the charming neighborhood. Santa Fe is filled with cultural events: opera, music, dance and numerous festivals and famous markets. In this special house it will be hard to decide whether to stay home or adventure out to discover all of the treasures of Santa Fe.
This 1200 sq. ft., 2Br, 1Ba, house features traditional vigas and adobe architecture and is one of John Gaw Meem's first designed homes built in the early 1940's. Filled with art and antiques it is designed for comfort and inspiration. Comfortable queen and double beds with 500 count all-cotton sheets. Luxurious cotton towels, environmentally-friendly toiletries and robes are in this shower only bathroom. The kitchen is well appointed and has a three gallon reverse-osmosis water crock to remind you to stay hydrated at our high altitude. There are three wonderful outdoor spaces, three fireplaces, faux woodburning iron stove and BBQ. . 2 flat-screen TV's, DVD, streaming Net-Flix, High-speed WiFi.
I have lived in Santa Fe on our family compound for most of my life and am lucky to be the second generation to own the historic 'Delgado-Hare House 'on the Acequia Madre. It has been an ideal home base for our family of artists,writers and architects. After completing my degree in Fine Art from the California College of Arts and Crafts, I was able to live and work in Mexico, Greece and England. As an artist, I have travelled around the world and discovered a passion for Japanese art and textiles of which I am now a dealer. I have had a wonderful life filled with beauty and inspiration.
Santa Fe has remained my favorite American city. I appreciate its social diversity, cultural richness and artistic lifestyle. My home inspires me creatively and is nourishment to my spirit.
I believe this property retains the magical experience of Santa Fe while giving comfort and an ideal access to the heart of it all.
Location, location, location The best of all worlds. Near downtown, one block to Canyon Rd art district and in the middle of Santa Fe's most lovely old residential district. Half a block to a great local coffee shop and book store.
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