Few homes are as deep into the heart of Santa Fe as this classically designed, Spanish Revival-styled residence. Located on upper East Alameda, across from the Santa Fe River and a lush greenbelt, this home reflects its historic context with an architecture characteristic to the region. Amid thick adobe walls and multiple historically-respectful spaces, time stops without the sacrifice of any modern conveniences. Arched doorways lead from one intimate setting to the next including not only the master suite, two guest bedrooms and 2-1/2 bathrooms in the central living area, but two additional bedrooms and baths, den and full kitchen contained in a wonderful attached guest casita. White diamond-plaster walls, high ceilings and skylights attractively balance the formidable ceiling and floor construction. Square cut beams, vigas, decking, coves and corbels are featured above, while wide-plank pine, brick and tile distinguish the surfaces below. Old World flourishes are expressed throughout the home in carved cabinetry, tinted wooden doors and multiple kiva fireplaces. An outside courtyard with a built-in fireplace recalls past ways to relax while another outdoor area with a hot tub offers a more modern alternative. A world, miles away on the inside, becomes just minutes away on the outside when the property gate opens and Canyon Road, the Plaza, Museum Hill and the ski area are discovered just around the corner
Listing courtesy of Neil Lyon from Sotheby's Int. RE/Grant
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