Soaring ceilings, sunlit rooms, and attractive furnishings distinguish this townhouse in the desirable Railyard district. Treat yourself to fine southwestern living, just a short hop from the Plaza!
Sunlight pours through skylights, transoms, and large windows into the common area of Southwest at the Railyard. The high vaulted ceiling and beams of bright light give this room a feeling of wide-open spaces, though it can also be made quite cozy by lighting the wood-burning kiva stove and snuggling up on the beautiful leather sofa. Southwestern rugs decorate the high walls, and an HDTV with DVD player and cable stands ready to entertain you after a long day outdoors. Settle in and get comfortable in this beautiful space!
At one end of the long common area is the kitchen, complete with generous breakfast bar and cozy round table -- just right for a quick round of gin rummy while the food is cooking! The tiled kitchen counter is charming; appliances are spotless and convenient, cupboards stocked with pots and pans, dishes and utensils, and all types of chef's tools. You might just be reheating leftovers from Santa Fe's fabulous restaurants or whipping up a quick tray of nachos and sangria, but you could prepare a full Thanksgiving feast with the equipment in this kitchen. Just add groceries, and you're good to go!
Southwest at the Railyard is all on one level, for easy accessibility. The master suite is just off the living room, with a four-poster double bed, bright window, and plenty of storage space. The en-suite bath offers a walk-in shower. There is even a washer and dryer to keep everything fresh and sweet throughout your stay!
The second bedroom is ideal for children, grandparents, or friends traveling with you. It contains two twin beds and has access to the second full bath at Southwest at the Railyard, which includes both a shower and tub option. Plenty of storage space and open floor for toys, ski equipment, and projects!
Of course, as comfortable and attractive as the interior of Southwest at the Railyard is, your favorite part of this townhouse may be the exterior -- the charming private patio, that is! There is seating around a big table for four here, plus additional seating and lounging space. Part of the patio is covered allowing you to adjust your position based on the weather. And a charcoal grill awaits steaks, fish, kebabs, and more!
Southwest at the Railyard is in the Old Town of Santa Fe, just four blocks walk from the Plaza, in a neighborhood teeming with parks. The Santa Fe River Trail is here; music and art change almost daily in the public spaces; yet you can have quiet and privacy in the midst of all the bustling cultural scene when you stay at this lovely townhouse. Make your reservations today!