629 Webber Street, Santa Fe, NM 87505

$1,585,000
4
BD
3
BA
1,846
SqFt
List Price
$1,585,000
Status
ACTIVE
MLS#
202402311
Year Built
1928
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
3
Living Area
1,846
Lot Size
3,890
Area
3N-SF City SE North
Days On Market
12

Property Description

Quintessential Santa Fe adobe tucked away in a private setting in the heart of South Capitol with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, thick adobe walls, hand-carved vigas, and an attached guest house. Built circa 1926, this warm, meticulously maintained home is one of Santa Fe's premier examples of early Pueblo Revival architecture, designed to evoke New Mexico’s thousand-year-old pueblos. The property is set far back from the public road. Its 2,413 square feet of heated space include a 1,661-square-foot main house and a beautiful, self-contained, 752-square-foot guest house with income-generating potential. The downstairs bedroom suite in the main house, with its own entrance from the outside, could also serve as an independent office, art workspace, or in-law apartment. In the past it was used as a studio by local ceramic artists. Mature trees shade the completely walled courtyard. Six rooms feature hand-carved vigas and corbels, and all remaining rooms have round vigas. The upstairs portion of the main house has a master suite, bedroom, kitchen, bath, fireplace, and a magnificent outdoor deck with mountain and city views, perfect for alfresco dining. Downstairs in the main house is a separate suite with outside entry, bathroom, and laundry (which could serve as a third bedroom or office). The attached one-bedroom guest house, with two entrances of its own, includes a living/dining room, bedroom, kitchen, bath, and its own courtyard with a rose garden. The entire exterior of the house as well as all the yard walls have been freshly re-stuccoed and the trim and doors were just painted. The grounds feature delightful gardens defined by thick adobe walls and private parking for several cars, with a dedicated 220v line for electric vehicle-charging. Rich in history, the house was once owned by Santa Fe’s first City Engineer, Walter Turley, and served as a studio for well-known Western painter James Butler. Situated in a prime location within a few blocks of the State Capitol, the Plaza, Kaune’s Grocery, and Canyon Road.

Additional Information

Style
Pueblo
Acres
0.09
Sewer
Public Sewer
Roof
Bitumen, Flat, Tar/Gravel
Garage Desc
None
Fireplaces
1
Levels
Two
Heating
Natural Gas, Stove
Cooling
None
Appliances
Dryer, Dishwasher, Disposal, Oven, Range, Refrigerator, Washer
Elementary School
Wood Gormley
Middle School
Milagro
High School
Santa Fe

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Listing courtesy of Charles LaCalle from Sotheby's Int. RE/Grant

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