A delightful courtyard shaded by an ancient apricot tree introduces this historic adobe gem, which dates to the late 1800s and represents an exciting opportunity for a discerning, industrious new owner. Offering just over 2,700 square feet of living space, the three-bedroom home and its separate one-bedroom casita are part of a four-unit complex in the Historic Guadalupe area and afford numerous options. The main residence boasts numerous handcrafted gates by John Massey, a cool breezeway with a mural by Andy Burns, a living room with a kiva fireplace, a sunroom-like space opening to the front courtyard, coved ceilings with vigas, and brick, wood plank, and tile floors. The casita could easily be united with the main residence; it features a full kitchen as well as a nicely sized living space with a kiva fireplace. The very walkable in-town location offers parking for two cars and is just a few blocks from the Plaza, the Railyard, and the Santa Fe River Trail.