Rustic antique doors and a welcoming zaguan introduce this traditional Territorial-style estate, which includes a 3,783-square-foot home and a 729-square-foot guesthouse on three acres in the beloved Vista Encantada neighborhood, minutes from the Plaza. Oriented around a central courtyard with a cantera stone fountain, perennial gardens, and views of the Ortiz and Sandia Mountains, the home was built in 1972-3 by Stanke-Brown for the head planning engineer of Shell Oil, and it boasts all the truly classic Santa Fe details—coved ceilings, split cedar latillas, vigas, kiva fireplaces, brick and wood floors, and handmade walnut cabinets. A calm, quiet, and peaceful oasis, the home has an inviting open ambience in the formal living area, dining room, sunroom, study, and kitchen. The generous master suite has a corner kiva fireplace and opens to a delightful garden room with a wood-burning stove. The guest casita affords welcome privacy and has its own kitchen, kiva fireplace, and views. Gated and including a two-car garage, this bright, light-filled estate exemplifies the magical charm of Santa Fe.