This elegant, light and bright home and guest house with exquisite taste and attention to detail was built in 2007 by Doug Atwill. The 2 bedroom main house boasts a gourmet kitchen with top of the line appliances, high ceilings, brick floors, radiant heat, air conditioning and large, plastered walls ideal for displaying art. True to his style, it is a perfect marriage of Pueblo and Territorial architecture. Sitting on almost 1/3 acre on a quiet street in the heart of the historic eastside, it is close to Canyon Road, the Plaza and Museum Hill. There is a large free standing 1-bedroom guest house or art studio with a deep portal overlooking terraced lush gardens. The spacious and verdant back yard is a rare find in one of Santa Fe’s most sought-after neighborhoods. The mature landscaping, designed by Doug Atwill and Donna Bone of Design With Nature, includes colorful perennials and a variety of fruit trees. You will surely appreciate the home’s graceful design, high ceilings, territorial moldings and timeless beauty.