Marion Skubi Group
A home with history, this sophisticated compound is located off of the iconic Upper Canyon Road. Timeless in design and meticulously handcrafted this lovingly maintained 3,600 sq.ft. adobe and frame home in Santa Fe's premier Eastside neighborhood was originally built by Betsy Lynette Wooliver, daughter of the legendary primitive folk painter, Streeter Blair. The playfulness and movement of each adobe wall blends seamlessly with the cascade of wood and tiled floors. The entire walled and gated front, side and back exterior spaces are designed with a wide spectrum of flowers, lawns, and shade and privacy trees, while every view is saturated in color and texture. The owners suite envelopes ones senses and is separated from two large secondary bedroom suites. A bright and inviting gourmet kitchen and connected formal dining area are anchored by a raised shepherds fireplace with wrap-around windows and glass French doors which look out onto the oversized front portal complete with another fireplace, a perfect union for entertaining and social gathering. A quiet office is tucked within owners suite accented with views to the gardens. Awash in natural light and replete with comfort, the home has A/C, forced air and radiant in-floor heating, on-demand water heating, detached & oversized carport with ample off-street parking, as well as a security system. Access to the beautifully maintained Santa Fe River is a short distance. The home is offered fully furnished with some exceptions.
Sotheby's Int. RE/Washington