A classic Santa Fe 3730 sq. ft. adobe home, only 20 minutes from the Plaza, originally built in the late 1800s and extensively redone and enlarged in 2002, while maintaining the warm charm, hand-crafted details and soul of the historic structure. The adobe bricks for the thick walls were made from the earth on site and the living room still has an authentic latilla ceiling made from willow branches collected from along the Rio Grande River. The main house has hand troweled plaster, vigas, 10 to 12 feet high coved ceilings, traditional Peasco doors and four lovely new kiva fireplaces. The owner's suite has a walk-in cedar closet, a large new bathroom with a deep soaking tub and a separate shower. There are two smaller bedrooms, a bathroom with a clawfoot tub, formal living room, study, kitchen plus working pantry, and a large, open dining/family room with French doors opening onto a deep, inviting portal with fireplace - a perfect setting for outside entertaining with views of the Barrancas and the Jemez Mountains. There is also a charming, separate, full one bedroom, approximately 1200 sq.ft. guest house. All of this is on a bucolic 6.27 acres which consists of 2 separately deeded lots with legal access, a pre-basin 65 ft deep well, new pump in 2020, 3 ac-ft of water rights for domestic use and for a garden or orchard. And there are also water rights from the acequia that runs the length of the property.