This is a rare opportunity to own a fine example of Santa Fe history. This 1929 John Gaw Meem design has all of his characteristic elegance and simplicity. This property was featured in the recently published book, “Santa Fe Modern” by Helen Thompson as well as in Cowboys and Indians Magazine in January of this year. The rooms are beautifully proportioned, and the architectural details have been carefully maintained. All systems have been modernized including the heating system, the water system and the kitchen and baths. There is a strong private well for irrigation and the home is also served by city water. This property has been carefully modernized without compromising Meem’s original vision. The home sits on a large lot–0.84+/- acres—which may allow for further development. It is sited at the top of East Coronado Road, a short distance to the Plaza, on one of South Capitol’s most gracious streets. The property retains the original two-stall carriage house, ample off-street parking and newly landscaped grounds. The new landscaping and the interiors, including remodeled details, were designed by Lauren Hunt of Hunt Modern.