This exceptional home is a living piece of art with a rich history and cultural significance in one of Santa Fe's premier neighborhoods. The property spans more than 7 acres along a private ridgeline to experience unparalleled serenity and views. The home is a quintessential example of Spanish Pueblo Revival style architecture. It has never before been offered for sale on the open market since its construction in the late 1920's by renowned architect John Gaw Meem, who created some of Santa Fe's most iconic buildings and museums. With 200-year-old carved and painted wooden doors and 5,900 sq. ft. of living space, this classic triple adobe hacienda features four main bedrooms, four baths and two handsome guest house casitas. This property is in a phenomenal location, completely private yet only minutes from Santa Fe's historic Plaza, the globally renowned Opera, and excellent ski resort, airport with FBO and numerous other activities and sights that make the Santa Fe area so desirable. This architecturally rare and significant New Mexican historical adobe presents an ideal addition to one's real estate portfolio.
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Listing Agent: Katherine Blagden
Listing Office: Sotheby's Int. RE/Washington