Mostly adobe, traditional SF style home, with Sangres mountain views and quietly nestled on one of Santa Fe’s primary, Eastside, streets. This home is understood to have been built in 1982 by Charlie Southard (?) with the look and feel of an authentic old Santa Fe home from the 1920s with thick and sculpted plastered walls and all the elements and features of that era. The master suite has 2 bathrooms, ample closet space and a laundry hook up. The main guest bedroom might have been teleported from Georgia O’Keefe’s Ghost Ranch. Adjacent is a cozy library/den. The kitchen is an intriguing circular space with a bank of floor to ceiling windows. Off the kitchen is an enclosed serpentine garden room for fine dining, studio or other uses. The living room centers the home, has high ceilings with a fan like array of vigas and plenty of natural light from clerestory windows and a huge picture window framing the mountain views. This unusual home abounds in charm and is delightful as it is or could be remodeled for added value
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