Sotheby's International Realty ®
Unique design of three contiguous townhomes. Wood-burning fireplaces. Laminate and tile floors. Long-Term Rentals or Short-Term Rentals? The furthest end unit, #347 from driveway entrance is a two-bedroom with one full bath. The home is on top of the garage with balcony and backyard. Concrete steps to a two-car garage entrance, with end-garage and designated laundry room. #349- middle townhome with loft/bedroom upstairs and living area & kitchen downstairs is accessed from the first level front door, with backyard exit from 2nd of two-car garage/laundry garage entrance adjacent to front door. #351- end unit has separate entrance up a flight of stairs, and/or through individual garage. The unit has a bedroom upstairs with bath, kitchen, and living area. And a bedroom/office and bath downstairs, with large laundry room and garage access. There are two balconies and a backyard. Views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. And views from the three townhomes of the downtown Capitol complex during the late Fall and Winter seasons. All three units are rented. Two townhomes are month-to-month, and one townhome is through August 31, 2024. The Seller has owned the property for approximately 30 years. There has been a history of long-term tenants on the property. It is a private setting with no HOA dues. There are plenty of opportunities to walk downtown, Kaune's, and downtown restaurants. Tenants have been known to walk to Trader Joe's from their home. It's a wonderful long-term investment, or live in one unit and rent the other two units, or have one or two townhomes on short-term rentals with City of Santa Fe licensure, if available. Seller pays for water/ trash. Gas. Tenants pay for electric, and internet or cable services. Electric Baseboard Heat. Appliances include refrigerators and stove/oven units.
Anna Marie Baca
Keller Williams Realty