Tucked behind an adobe wall on the historic Eastside, this Santa Fe grande dame is a part of Canyon Road history, currently owned by a well-known filmmaker, artist, and children's author. Built in 1933, it is a two-story adobe and frame home featuring three bedrooms and baths, with a master bedroom on the main level. Vintage tile, wood floors, handmade architecturally significant doors, and vigas contribute to the warmth, welcome, and undeniable Santa Fe style. Highly versatile, the property offers many options, depending on the discerning new owner’s vision. It begins with a delightful courtyard and garden overlooked by a classic portal, beyond which, the main entry leads to a spacious living area with two kiva fireplaces. The property is just steps from award-winning restaurants and galleries yet feels peaceful, quiet, and removed. The Acequia Madre runs through the property, which includes water rights, a timeless view, and easy access to Patrick Smith Park.