Stedman, Kehoe & Hirsch
Dating to circa 1922, this estate is one of Santa Fe's most revered architectural treasures and represents the epitome of the city’s residential history and refinement. A masterpiece of craftsmanship, the Pueblo Revival adobe residence was the home of esteemed and accomplished painter, architect, and furniture designer William Penhallow Henderson, who moved to Santa Fe in 1916. The residence underwent a detailed, painstaking restoration project—completed in 2010—that paid careful respect to the home’s vintage roots while adding all the comforts and conveniences of 21st-century living. Woodworkers created new window frames, the original adobe was restored by area masons, and replica floor and bath tiles were handmade on site. The 1.4-acre estate also features exceptional gardens, a private guesthouse, Sangre de Cristo views, and a coveted Eastside location. This is a truly rare opportunity to own a piece of Santa Fe history.