This three bedroom, three bathroom home rests in the hillside above the heart of Santa Fe. An elegant blend of Santa Fe style and eloquent rustic charm, this home is a vacation in and of itself. Combined with it’s close proximity to some of the the city’s most enticing sites and destinations, including the galleries of Canyon road, local hiking trails and the Plaza, it leaves little to be desired.
The house is organized around a spacious, brick courtyard. French doors open from each of the three bedrooms and the living room to this beautiful and usable outdoor space. Rest in the shade of the mature elm tree planted outside and enjoy the sounds of water moving through the fountain, or soak up the sun in one of the lounge chairs set up outside. For outdoor eating there is a grill and dining table with chairs.
The kitchen is situated on the highest floor of the house. Painted wood floors and a center island made from a recovered wooden ceiling beam give the space a country feel. Mountain views from the kitchen sink will remind you of the wilderness to be explored not far outside the adobe walls of this beautiful home. Open the doors to the balconet over looking the courtyard to soak in the fresh air while you enjoy your morning coffee, (the weather nearly always permits), and make yourself at home as you start your day in the City Different.
Down the stairs from the kitchen is the open concept, living/dining space with high ceilings, concrete floors and a kiva fire place. The entertainment center is complete with board games, TV and a plug-in to run your portable device through the stereo system.
The first and second bedrooms have one California king bed, while the third has a queen bed. All bedrooms have closet space, direct access to the courtyard and it’s own bathroom. Access to the third bedroom is outside through the patio as it is semi-detached. (The bathroom in bedroom one has a full bath, bedroom two- a claw foot tub with a hand-held shower wand, and bedroom three- a shower with no tub). New Mexican folk art can be found in every room in the house as a reminder of this city’s rich history and Peruvian textiles throughout the home offer a touch of international flavor. Guests with small children or mobility challenges should note is that there are stairs between every room in the house.
-There is off street parking for two cars.
-The landscaper comes every other Wednedsay from 10-2 to work outside and clean the patio.
-Access to the third bedroom is outside through the patio as it is semi-detached.
-Guests with small children or mobility challenges should note is that there are stairs between every room in the house.