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Charming pueblo-style home with modern amenities asks just over $1M

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A home to throw you back in time

This three-bed, three-bath home in Santa Fe, New Mexico sits on a two acre plot of land with a manicured landscape, and is built pueblo-style out of adobe for a historically contextual feel. The beige exterior folds over to the earthy interior, which boas
This beautifully understated New Mexico home opens up to a modern but contextual interior.
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Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Price: $1,050,000

Here’s a home that will whisk you back in time while bringing you everything you need to live comfortably today. This pueblo-style house in New Mexico, partially built from adobe, will surely make you feel a bit more connected to the earth around you.

Built in 1927, this three-bed, three-bath home has a gorgeous interior with hardwood floors and viga, or wooden beam, ceilings to complement the beige walls. With two living areas and an open floor plan, the 3,374 square-foot house is perfect for entertaining guests. Fireplaces are littered throughout the house—plus a pair outside.

Lest you feel too thrown back in time, the kitchen shows off sleek modern amenities, while the master bedroom has its own spa bath and a walk-in closet. Meanwhile, the backyard includes a resistance swimming pool to cool off from those hot New Mexico afternoons.

Around the grounds, there’s a one-bedroom guesthouse that’s fully equipped with a kitchenette, while an extra studio sits next to the garage. The two-acre property also comes with flower beds and vegetable gardens, if you want to flex your green thumb in the red earth.

If this home calls to you, 169 State Road 503 is listing now for $1,050,000.