Strolling up the historic Camino del Monte Sol in the heart of Santa Fe, you come upon the entrance of a quintessential Santa Fe compound surrounded by magnificent grounds, trees, and stone walls. As you enter the gates and leave the world behind... you step back in time and are embraced by the immediately tranquil privacy of a secret oasis of gardens and meadows with views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The primary residence is the finest example of Pueblo style Spanish Colonial architecture in Santa Fe, built in 1918 and fully restored with original doors, windows, lintels, vigas, and extraordinary coved and carved ceilings, with spacious volume throughout. The serene portal with mature Topiaries overlooks the elegant terrace and magical fountain. The charming gatehouse is a quiet, calm refuge enveloped in nature. The pristine casita is a cozy cottage with winding walkways, exploding with flowery gardens and a field of specimen trees. Opening out to the meadows is the original stable and corral, with mangers, chicken coups, and the estate's private well………while being Zoned 5 offers a multitude of development opportunities This unique compound was the epicenter of collaboration of Los Cinco Pintores and the Taos School Artists. It is, in every sense, incomparable.
Listing courtesy of Todd Davis from Casas de Santa Fe
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