While the exterior of this home is characteristically New Mexican with stucco walls and a flat roof, the interior speaks a non-native language with its many modern architectural design elements. Generously proportioned open-style living areas feature high-sloping ceilings and many geometric corners and square cut entry and passage ways. Saltillo tiles are used throughout and that equilateral pattern is repeated in the brick lined living room fireplace. The two guest bedrooms share a full bath and master bedroom with large mirrored closet wall has a bath with offset shower stall. A windowed porch just off the kitchen functions as a pleasant breakfast room. Multiple skylights and clerestory windows contribute the overall sense of light and space. The benefit of an outdoor living area is twofold in this property with a gated courtyard with water feature in the front and a very large area in the back featuring mature landscaping, a flagstone patio, large stone fountain, decorative bridge, French drainage system and large painted wood deck.
Santa Fe city southwest, the largest area of Santa Fe and still growing….
This older, family community boasts an eclectic mix of commercial development and mid-priced adobe structures. St. Anne's church and Larragoite elementary school help create a neighborhood atmosphere.
Barrio de la Canada
Close to town and just west of the west side, this small area provides a quiet,
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