This is an exceedingly rare opportunity to own a delightful riverfront home in Santa Fe on a 2.738-acre property that is full of possibilities. Nestled in a serene setting among the shade and fruit trees, open meadows, and riverfront woodlands of the historic Eastside, the approximately 4,000-square-foot residence features three bedrooms—each with an en suite bath—a gourmet kitchen, an open floor plan flooded with abundant natural light, wall space ideal for displaying art, and fireplaces on each of the two levels. With its open living and dining areas, large arched window, bath with a steam sauna, and balcony looking out over meadows toward the sacred Picacho mountain in the Sangre de Cristo foothills, the upper level can serve as a primary suite or luxurious guest quarters. Just outside are all the sights and sounds of canyon life—pastoral views, the babbling acequia, tranquil waterfalls—along with the Santa Fe National Forest’s hiking and biking trails. The Santa Fe River flows along the southern border of the property, and an acequia runs beside the house. The adjoining wooded 0.738-acre lot is lush with native high desert foliage; while it could be the site of a future guesthouse or studio, it could also remain untouched, a special spot for bird-watching or painting. Serenity and seclusion notwithstanding, this hillside retreat is minutes from the Plaza and Canyon Road.