Winner of the Historic Preservation Award from Metropolitan Home Magazine in 1999, this two-dwelling property consists of a 1080 square foot, two-bedroom, one-bath residence and an attached 780 square foot, one-bedroom, one-bath home. The property was first noted on a circa 1859 survey map of notable town buildings in Santa Fe. The traditional Pueblo structure is full of charm with classic architectural details such as 18-inch-thick adobe construction, beautiful brick and wood floors, diamond-finish plaster walls, kiva fireplaces, and for a home of this age, unusually tall 11-foot viga and wood plank ceilings. The main house has a lovely landscaped and fenced courtyard, accessible from the living area and one of the bedrooms. The foam and gravel roof was replaced in 2016, maintained and upgraded in June 2022 with a two-year warranty from that date. Ductless refrigerated air conditioning and heating units installed in 2015 were inspected and maintained in June 2022. There are two off-street parking places plus residential street parking. All furniture and furnishings are available on separate bill of sale. Just a few blocks from the historic Plaza and all the wonderful amenities downtown, these dwellings wrap you in a warm inviting ambience and offer a fun Santa Fe urban lifestyle!