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Traditional adobe house on the market for first time asks $695K

The Santa Fe home once belonged to artist Cyrus Leroy Baldridge

Small adobe house with brown plaster walls and a porch.
The adobe house features viga ceilings and kiva fireplaces.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

A charming adobe home with artistic pedigree is on the market for the first time in the Historic Eastside district of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Measuring 2,123 square feet, the pueblo-style house features traditional elements like viga ceilings, plaster walls, slate floors, and kiva fireplaces, creating a romantic vision of the Southwest.

Though its completion year is unknown, the artist Cyrus Leroy Baldridge retired to Santa Fe with his wife in 1951, presumably to this house, which “still bears traces of his presence,” according to the listing, like the carved linoleum panels lining the walls of the breakfast nook.

High ceilings create a bright and inviting space in the living room, which boasts a number of windows, a small fireplace, and a dining nook illuminated by a skylight. Off the living area is a small kitchen that would benefit from a further update. Each of the three bedrooms are spacious and receive generous natural light. Three bathrooms (also in need of updates, though not without lovely details like tiling) round out the interiors.

Outside, the residence sits on over half an acre, with plenty of space for outdoor enjoyment, including built-in steps on the side of the house leading up to the roof terrace. Located at 601 Camino Rancheros, it’s offered at $695,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty (h/t Estately)