Provenance and timeless beauty meet the finest appointments and hand-crafted elements in this jewel on the historic Eastside, a rare combination of majesty and comfort. Mostly adobe in construction and exuding a graceful, authentic ambience, this property reflects the essence of Santa Fe living. Once the home of painter Andrew Dasburg, the estate remained in his family until the early 1980s and has been impeccably renovated. An outstanding example of an Eastside property at its pinnacle, it offers a total of four bedrooms and five baths and consists of a main residence, two guesthouses, a spacious one-car garage, and a freestanding cabaña perfect for recreation, parties, or artistic pursuits. The ceiling of the distinguished main living room reportedly originated in a 200-year-old church in Taos. The 0.461-acre grounds are cultivated, private, and spacious and include generous off-street parking.