Caroline D. Russell
Down a charming lane on Santa Fe's coveted historic Eastside, this tranquil Territorial-style home designed by Elisabeth Wagner and built by Wolf Corp. features a graceful blend of informal and formal living spaces and is nestled on a gated half acre. Hallmarks include numerous art walls, access to portales and the outdoors from every room, soaring ceilings with skylights, gorgeous brick floors, and large windows and French doors taking full advantage of the abundant natural light and views of the Sangre de Cristo foothills and Sun and Moon Mountains. The entry salon, which serves as the dining room, is framed on both sides with double French doors. The elegant living room has a pitched and beamed ceiling, a beautiful fireplace with dentil molding, and directional lighting perfect for any art collection. The kitchen also features an inviting fireplace and has ample space for informal dining and comfortable gathering. Adjacent is the expansive butler's pantry, which includes the laundry facilities, a separate pantry, glass-front cabinets, and additional storage. The owner's suite is glorious, offering a fireplace, built-in bookshelves, and a spacious bath with a double vanity, a separate tub and shower, and a walk-in closet. The guest room includes its own fireplace, built-in bookshelves, and an en suite bath. An additional private guest suite with rooftop views is located above the two-car garage. A shared well provides water to keep the gardens lush and green.