Timeless adobe and the charm of days gone by make this condo on the Historic Eastside a gem. Located in the historic Webster Compound, the building was originally an artists’ colony for writers such as Willa Cather, Thor Heyerdahl, and later, poet laureate Arthur Sze, weaver Ramona Sakiestewa and author Stanley Noyesit and is traditional in every respect. Flagstone floors with turquoise insets were handcrafted by Ann Webster. With plaster walls, skylights, viga and plank ceilings, the interior is warm and inviting. The great room features a good-sized kiva fireplace with tiles, and divided doors and windows. There is a dining area near the kitchen large enough to seat two and is a nice work area. The space set aside for the bed has a cozy view of the fireplace. A living area is near the fireplace and large enough to entertain visitors. In the user-friendly kitchen, there are traditional built-in cabinets and shelving, and a nice amount of storage and counter space. Access to a patio nestled between adobe and rock walls that backs up to a serene garden space. Includes 1 parking space. The Historic Eastside, coveted for its intimate beauty rather than distant views, is near the Plaza, the heart of Santa Fe, and is within walking distance of many notable sites including Canyon Road, Downtown Subscription and a number of restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. With a true enjoyment of life and its differences it is easy to see why living here would be wonderful!
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