614 E Alameda

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  • Price: $3,500,000
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Baths: 4
  • MLS: 202400173
  • Status: Active
  • Type: Detached
  • Acres: 0.36
  • Area: 3N-SF City SE North
  • Garage: 1
  • Total Sqft: 5,768

Presenting Broker

Shane Cronenweth

Shane Cronenweth
(505) 577-2000
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    Property Description

    Sequestered unobtrusively behind gates on the dirt side of E. Alameda, this property presents a rare opportunity for a buyer to own one of Santa Fe's historic Eastside compounds. This classic, elegant residence features a private central courtyard flanked by a 3-bedroom main house and a 2-bedroom casita. The main house is steeped in history as the 1929 addition was John Gaw Meem's first architectural commission received by Meem after he opened his own firm. Sloping adobe walls, spanning vigas, rich wood floors, and thick organic glass windows typify the home's classic New Mexican character. The main house has a beautiful and bountiful kitchen with granite countertops, Wolf and Subzero appliances, and luxury conveniences including a pot filler, wet bar and wine cooler. The newer casita, which can be used as an opulent primary suite with two primary bathrooms, has the same classic feeling of the main house coupled with modern refinements. The courtyard surrounded with flowering plants and mature aspen trees is an intimate setting for outdoor entertainment and relaxation. Unlike so many properties that enjoy the advantage of being in the heart of downtown, this property's lot is large enough to allow for an oversized one-car garage and ample guest parking. Situated in one of Santa Fe's most iconic neighborhoods, access to the shaded Santa Fe River Trail, galleries on Canyon Road and the downtown Plaza is literally only a few steps away. This compound is also completely fenced, so in addition to the premiums in character and convenience already described, the property offers optimal security, quiet and privacy.

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    Neighborhood Info

    Santa Fe City Southeast

    Santa Fe's Historic Eastside With some homes dating back centuries, these neighborhoods boast some of Santa Fe's most photographed adobe homes and gardens. Hosting a mix of multi-generational families and newcomers, the homes, often hidden behind high walls and accessed by narrow, dirt lanes, recall the city's early history and lend Santa Fe a unique heritage. Views are scarce here, but

    Additional Information

    • Type Detached
    • Stories One story
    • Style Pueblo
    • Days On Market 35
    • # Garage Spaces1
    • Parking FeaturesAttached, Garage
    • Parking Spaces4
    • AppliancesDryer, Dishwasher, Gas Cooktop, Oven, Range, Refrigerator, Washer
    • UtilitiesHigh Speed Internet Available, Electricity Available
    • Interior FeaturesBeamed Ceilings, Interior Steps
    • # Fireplaces4
    • Fireplace FeaturesKiva, Wood Burning
    • HeatingBaseboard, Hot Water, Natural Gas, Other, Radiant Floor, See Remarks
    • FlooringTile, Wood
    • Security FeaturesSecurity System, Security Gate
    • Construction MaterialsAdobe, Frame, Stucco
    • RoofFlat
    • Lot FeaturesDrip Irrigation/Bubblers
    • Other StructuresGuest House
    • Water SourcePublic
    • SewagePublic Sewer

    Schools

    • Elementary School: Acequia Madre
    • Junior High School: Milagro
    • High School: Santa Fe

    Listing Brokerage

    IDX listing

    Neil Lyon

    Sotheby's Int. RE/Grant

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