A sophisticated decorator and a skilled team of artisans created this magnificent 2,538-sqft condominium home nestled in an exclusive Canyon Road enclave. Impeccable attention to detail resulted in a residence replete with luxurious materials, eye-catching details, and an undeniable Old World elegance. The captivating interiors include a classically appointed formal living room, an open walnut shelved library/TV/den and dining area, a serene master bedroom with an opulent bath and dressing room with built-in storage and two spacious walk-in closets, an upper-level second bedroom or guest retreat, a private home office, and a stylish, efficient kitchen with Viking appliances and a wet bar. Custom finishes can be found throughout: Venetian plaster walls, travertine flooring, lavish surfaces of granite and marble, gold sinks and fixtures, detailed mosaic tilework, custom draperies and carpets, and fabric-upholstered and stenciled-cork walls. Outdoors, a tall Territorial-style wall embraces a colorful courtyard and L-shaped portal designed for consummate alfresco relaxation and entertaining. The home is one of the largest in this desirable eight-acre compound, which enjoys an enviable secluded location on the historic Eastside. Maintained and irrigated by HOA fees, the private grounds are strewn with towering mature trees and include expansive common areas, colorful gardens, lush landscaping, a classical fountain, and charming paths that meander toward the Santa Fe River.
Santa Fe’s Historic Eastside
With some homes dating back centuries, these neighborhoods boast some of Santa Fe’s most photographed adobe homes and gardens. Hosting a mix of multi-generational families and newcomers, the homes, often hidden behind high walls and accessed by narrow, dirt lanes, recall the city’s early history and lend Santa Fe a unique heritage.