On “the camino” in the heart of Santa Fe's historic Eastside district, this rare, important property was built in 1935 of double adobe and remained in its original family for more than 50 years. Over the decades, it has been lovingly expanded, fabulously reimagined, and exquisitely finished with every comfort and amenity expected in a chic modern residence. Historic architectural elements meet understated contemporary luxury, resulting in a spectacular opportunity. Nestled among majestic mature trees and behind high walls, the 0.9-acre property encompasses several patios, lovely established landscaping, groves and forests, party areas, and a wild country field—all affording an idyllic setting for appreciating views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The main residence offers three bedroom suites, a mirrored gym, basement storage, and an attached direct-entry three-car garage; nearby are a guesthouse with two bedrooms and baths and a handsome new multi-use structure that currently serves as a “museum” for collectible automobiles. The estate is a short stroll from the galleries and restaurants of Canyon Road as well as many of the city’s famed museums.