Historic Adobe house and guest house with a fabled and storied past of orchards and grocery merchants. Originally built in 1717 along the Acequia Madre and now completely restored to contemporary living standards. Listen to the Acequia flowing by the front living room windows and gaze into the mature Cottonwood trees and endless blue sky. Mosy across the bridge and up one of the most cherished, romantic lanes to cafes, galleries, and world class restaurants. A truly serene lifestyle awaits. An intimate and private walled courtyard entry with fountain, brick walkways, and covered portal are your first invitation to relax and enjoy the peaceful ambience. Features of this lovely adobe compound include coved viga ceilings, three kiva fireplaces, hand plaster walls, wood floors, lots of skylights, contemporary designer kitchens with quartz counters, and stainless appliances. Features in the main residence include an open and superb formal living and dining, Two bedroom suites including a beautifully inviting primary suite with ensuite soaking tub, separate shower, and a 2nd floor guest suite. The attached guest house features two bedrooms, two full baths, open concept dining and living and a charming patio. Also includes a 441 sq. ft. garage, two designated parking spaces, and guest parking. If you wish to experience, the true soul of Santa Fe, this timeless beauty embodies sacred traditions of old in this esteemed location where the Pueblo Indians once painted gorgeous black and white pottery as far back as the 1200’s on this very earth.