The oldest part of this charming adobe home dates to the late 1890s. Enjoy a comfortable queen-size bed, heated floors, and a cheery sunroom. Leave your car in the off-street parking area and walk to the Plaza, Railyard, or Whole Foods in less than 15 minutes. Sage Bakehouse, Ohori's Coffee, and Restaurant Martin are right around the corner.
This adobe casita is part of a two house compound. It was built in stages beginning around 1898. Its walls are nearly 20 inches thick in places. Many of the original architectural elements have been preserved, including the viga ceilings, nichos, and 1920s era kitchen cabinets. The house stays cool in the summer and, thanks to radiant heat in the floors, warm in the cooler months.
You'll have full access to the bedroom/sitting room, the kitchen/dining area, the sunroom, and the bathroom. There is space for two cars; please park on the right side of the parking area.
Interaction with guests
Our manager takes care of our house. Contact her if you need anything. She is a historian who has lived in Santa Fe for over thirty years, and she gives tours of the city.
- No smoking, use of tobacco products, or ecigarettes in the house or on the property.
- Leave shoes, bikes, skis and snowboards in the sunroom.
- Respect the neighbors. No noise or disturbances after 10 p.m., and please don't park in their 2 parking spaces.