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100-year-old adobe home asks $698K in Santa Fe

The adobe abode has all of the Southwestern charm

Interior shot of living room with high ceilings with vigas and beams, large windows, stone floors, and French doors opening onto a patio with stone fountain.
The historic home features two outdoor spaces optimized for entertaining.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Price: $697,500

Summer’s official start is still about a week away, but that doesn’t stop us from daydreaming about spending the afternoons baking under the sun in a decidedly hot locale—like Santa Fe, for instance, where a lot of its traditional architecture was constructed with a little help from the sun.

This 100-plus-year-old adobe home in the historic Guadalupe neighborhood follows in that tradition and features quintessentially Southwestern details like coved ceilings, vigas and beams, flagstone and brick floors, and rounded fireplaces.

Two bedrooms and two baths make up the 1,500-square-foot space, which also includes a great room and a huge eat-in kitchen. As for outdoor living, the bungalow offers not one, but two spaces for entertaining. A shady patio accessed by French doors in the living room features a river rock fountain, while a second area off the kitchen is covered and boasts an outdoor fireplace.

Located at 701 Alto Street, the adobe abode is offered at $697,500.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty