Behind an iron gate and beneath tall shady trees, this two-bedroom 1947 home and its charming studio casita offer approximately 1,700 square feet of quintessential Santa Fe–style living space just a short walk from the Plaza and the Railyard District. The main residence features wood floors, ceiling beams, and a corner kiva fireplace in the living and dining area and a spacious owner’s suite with a quiet, cozy bedroom, a sitting area with French doors opening to the back patio, and handsome wood floors. The kitchen boasts slate floors, custom knotty alder cabinets, granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and plentiful storage. The lovely main bath has been thoroughly remodeled and updated with rainforest granite and a large walk-in shower. The freestanding casita, ideal for guests, offers a full kitchen, a tiled bath, and its own patio area. Other highlights include new heating and air conditioning, on-demand hot water, new doors, leaf protection gutters, flagstone patios, drip irrigation, and coyote fencing.