This is a piece of historic Santa Fe. This Territorial adobe family home on a secluded lane off Garcia Street has been slightly renovated, with new gutters, new sewer line in 2017, and electric in about 2008. It retains the charm of 1920, with vigas from family land at Ojo de la Vaca, original hand-fashioned nichos, turquoise doors, and wood floors which have been trod by the same family for 100 years. A corner kiva provides the heat, which is absorbed by the plaster and adobe walls to make the home warm and cozyl. Close to downtown but quiet and surprisingly secluded.
Listing courtesy of Laurie Frantz from Keller Williams
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