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Stunning Pueblo Revival home asks $3.8M

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Check out the woodwork!

historic adobe house in Santa Fe, New Mexico Photos by Marshall Elias courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Price: $3,800,000

Another week, another Santa Fe pueblo-style beauty. This one is pretty pricey at almost $4 million, but it sure works for it.

The five-bedroom, 4,626-square-foot property features a glorious main house, designed and built by American painter, architect, and furniture designer William Penhallow Henderson in 1922.

In 2010, the house received a thorough renovation that sought to maintain its masterful craftsmanship. That process involved installing handmade replica tiles, new windows, as well as restoring the original adobe. Meanwhile, the kitchen is a surprising dash of modern style and convenience.

The 1.4-acre property, adorned with gorgeous gardens and outdoor entertaining areas, also includes a guesthouse with its own living room, kitchen, and bedroom.

Want to make this dream Southwest escape yours? 551-555 Camino Del Monte Sol is now listed for $3.8 million.