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Pueblo-style home with charming details wants $695K

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Currently divided into two apartments, it can easily be converted back to a single-family home

Pueblo style home with courtyard.
The pueblo-style home is currently divided into two units but can easily be converted back into a single residence.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Price: $695,000

Located in the Historic Eastside neighborhood of Santa Fe, New Mexico, is this charming 2,623-square-foot home that is currently divided into two units but could easily be converted back into a single residence.

Featuring fantastic Southwestern details, each half of the house includes viga ceilings, saltillo tile floors, nichos (carved wall recesses), and wood-framed windows. The smaller one-bed-one-bath apartment boasts the most delightful living area, which is characterized by sloping ceilings, a kiva fireplace and a banco, or a built-in plastered bench, with steps leading up to a raised sitting and dining area lined with a wall of windows.

In the larger unit, an open-plan living area with wood-burning stove and a 100-plus-year-old kitchen with Dutch door take up the lower floor, while two spacious bedrooms with views of the mountains and a deck are found upstairs.

Located at 231 Rodriguez Street, the property is offered at $695,000. Take a look.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty