This authentic historic Eastside compound, completely remodeled by well-respected builder Sharon Woods, is steps from world-class restaurants, art galleries, and shops along one of the best-known thoroughfares in Santa Fe. The property consists of a single-level, two-bedroom, 1,968-square-foot main residence and a two-story, four-bedroom, 1,528-square-foot guesthouse with a full kitchen—both of adobe and frame construction. Smooth plaster walls; vigas; brick, flagstone, and wood floors; and detailed ironwork throughout both homes exude a refined, sophisticated, classically Santa Fe ambience. The compound occupies 0.208 acres of lush mature landscaping hidden behind private walls and gates. Ideal for entertaining, the formal living areas offer an open, airy place for guests to mingle and open to the mature gardens, a tranquil fountain, and a hot tub. The legendary Acequia Madre runs through the grounds. The compound is located on the historic Eastside and is zoned RAC—residential arts and crafts—and the ideal location makes the property a desirable Santa Fe destination. Acequia water rights convey.