This Classic Pueblo-Style Home in Santa Fe, New Mexico Could Be Yours for $2.3M

The flat-roofed dwelling showcases common elements of the Southwestern architectural style, such as oversize wooden beams, known as vigas, plus traditional fireplaces and colorful tile.
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Location: 755 1/2 Acequia Madre, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Price: $2,300,000

Footprint: 3,011 square feet (three beds, three baths)

From the agent: "This stunning home is located at the end of private lane in the heart of Santa Fe’s coveted, historic Eastside. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, beautiful gourmet kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, gorgeous plaster walls, classic vigas and beams, five fireplaces, brick floors, radiant heat, evaporative cooling...all centered around an exquisite flagstone courtyard with a generous covered portal, fireplace, and serene water feature. Additional outdoor spaces with mature landscaping and fruit trees, a separate covered seating area, all enclosed by a private wall."

Located in Santa Fe’s historic Eastside neighborhood, the residence at 755 1/2 Acequia Madre evokes the traditional Pueblo-style architecture (sometimes called Pueblo Revival style) of the American Southwest, which takes direct inspiration from Native American pueblo architecture.

The regional architectural style—primarily found in New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado—takes direct inspiration from Native American pueblo architecture. Pueblo Revival–style buildings are often constructed from adobe and feature flat roofs and stuccoed walls.

Brick floors and traditional vigas (large, rough-hewn wooden ceiling beams) extend throughout the Santa Fe residence. The living room showcases one of the home’s five kiva fireplaces with a long, connected bench, known as a banco.

French doors on either side of the dining area offer direct access to the outdoors. Another kiva fireplace partially encloses the kitchen at the far end of the space.

The updated kitchen features Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. White-painted cabinets and open shelves with zigzag details match the bright, plastered walls.

The principal bedroom has its own fireplace, as well as French doors on both sides of the room.

In total, the 3,011-square-foot residence includes three bedrooms and three baths.

Earthy materials continue into each of the bathrooms. 

Patterned shower tiles and an intricately decorated sink add a pop of color in one bathroom.

In another, a tiled countertop and colorful drop-in sink complement the mosaic-lined walls of the shower and tub.

A peaceful library with a cozy corner fireplace and a wall of built-in, open shelving receives ample natural light thanks to the surrounding windows and glass doors.

The rear of the home opens to a large courtyard with a sheltered patio and outdoor fireplace, all common elements of Pueblo-style architecture.

The generous courtyard includes an additional outdoor dining area and a serene water fountain.

755 1/2 Acequia Madre in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is currently listed for $2,300,000 by Stedman Kehoe Hirsch Pollack Team of Sotheby’s International Realty – Santa Fe Brokerage.

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