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This cozy & private 1 bed-1 bath adobe and frame style home with a 7 minute walk to the Plaza & 2 minute walk to the Railyard Art District is perfect for anyone who wants the Santa Fe experience. Originally built as a horse stable in the late 1800 and renovated in 1975, this home has everything you will need.
Attractions near Casa Domingo include the Historic plaza, the Railyard art district, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, St. Francis Cathedral, Loretto Chapel, New Mexico Museum of Art, Canyon Road, Lensic Performing Art Center, Jean Cocteau Cinema and much more.
Casa Domingo is situated inside a private compound with no drive through traffic.
Description of Home. Lots of Natural light: The first thing your will notice upon entry from the covered entry portal is that there is a wood burning kiva fireplace and that there is a lot of natural light due to the many skylights throughout the house.
Outdoor living: There is a private outside wood deck on the second floor with views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains and there is plenty of room to sit back and relax.
Guest will have access to entire house and all the amenities.
Amenities include: ceiling fans kiva fireplace microwave oven gas stove dishwasher washer and dryer outdoor patio furniture linens and towels kitchenware TV DVD player basic Cable wi-fi internet
Off street parking is available for guests.
Pick up from the Albuquerque Airport can also be requested.
Guest will have access to entire house and all the amenities.
I live in a separate private unit next to Domingo in the first floor and can be available to provide assistance such as recommendations to the many hot spots in town or even to accompany and guide.
What I love about this neighborhood the most is the location. Parking can be an issue, especially during the summer, so having off street parking and being within walking distance to the plaza is very nice.
All the neighbors in the compound are all wonderful people who live in Santa Fe because it is such a charming and lovely place to live.
Public bus stops are close by.
If you do not want to rent a car, you can take the train from Albuquerque to Santa Fe. The Santa Fe Depot is 0.2 miles from the house. A 3 minute walk.
I can also arrange to pick you up from the Airport and bring you to the house.
Other Things to Note- Some of the must see attractions include: Santa Fe Opera which is a 15 minute drive. Museum of International Folk Art. Nedra Matteucci Galleries. New Mexico State Capitol (Roundhouse) Santa Fe Museum Pass (4 days pass for 4 state owned museums at 20 dollars is a great deal) Museum of Indian Arts & Culture The Screen theater ViVO Contemporary San Miguel Mission Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian Hyde Memorial State Park Liquid Light Glass Studio Randall Davey Audubon Center Institute for Spanish Arts Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus Museum of Contemporary Native Arts Museum of Spanish Colonial Art Santuario De Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
Exciting Events for 2014 are: Santa Fe Artist Market and Farmers Market at the Railyard each Saturday. New Mexico Fiber Arts Festival Santa Fe Century Ride/Bike/Run SITE Santa Fe Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival Currents - The Santa Fe International New Media Festival Santa Fe Bandstand (all summer long) Santa Fe Opera Festival Season (all summer long) Rodeo de Santa Fe Parate Herb & Lavender Fair Santa Fe Studio Tour Santa Fe Wine Festival Santa Fe International Folk Art Market New Mexico Jazz Festival 'Viva Mexico' Celebration Traditional Spanish Market Burning of Zozobra Santa Fe Indian Market Santa Fe Show Santa Fe Bluegrass & Old Time Music Festival Santa Fe Fiestas Fine Art & Crafts Market Fiestas de Santa Fe Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder Half-Marathon Santa Fe Renaissance Fair Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta Pojoaque River Art Tour High Road to Taos Art Tour Pecos Studio Tour Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Harvest Festival Albuquerque International Balloon Festival Historic Canyon Road Paint Out Abiquiu Studio Tour SWAIA Winter Indian Market
Late High Season Jul 8 - Sep 2, 2015 3 night min stay
Labor Day Weekend Sep 3 - Sep 8, 2015 4 night min stay
End of High Season Sep 9 - Sep 28, 2015 3 night min stay
Thanksgiving 2015 Nov 23 - Nov 30, 2015 4 night min stay
Christmas and New Years Dec 21 - Jan 4, 2016 4 night min stay
My Standard Rate 3 night min stay
* Approximate Monthly rates, actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay
Additional information about rental rates
Refundable Damage Deposit$250
Cleaning Fee Varies$65
Pet Fee$50 + tax
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Best location in Santa Fe. Nestled quietly between the Railyard and the Plaza. Walk along the Santa Fe River to explore the 400 year old city with its fascinating shops, restaurants, theaters, museums and the exotic feel of another place and time. Or one block to the South, the vibrant redeveloped Railyard area offers the train depot, more shops great art galleries shops and the Farmer's Market.
For instance the Lensic Theater, only 5 blocks away presents superb live theater and music from folk to string quartet, and Opera live from the Met. The Museum of Fine Art, the History Museum, the Palace of the Governors, the historic Plaza with native craft vendors, and dozens of shops,galleries, restaurants, and clubs are all within a few blocks. In the other direction, the Railyard is 2 blocks away, featuring the commuter train to Albuquerque and its airport.
The Railyard Park is home to the popular Farmers Market, Second Street Brewery, the Cowgirl Hall of Fame restaurant and club, as well as dozens of restaurants and shops. Don't miss the Farmers Market/ Crafts Market. If you shop here's a tip: nearby Double Take is one of the best resale shops you'll ever find.
Your vacation home is set at the end of the Camino Real, where the Spanish Conquistadores from Mexico settled 400 years ago. The Santa Fe Trail from Missouri ended herein its day. You walk along the Santa Fe River trail that they followed long ago... your home and your neighbors are made of adobe brick... solid, quiet, and eternal.
The area now sparkles with new features... Sanbusco shopping center has just been re-imagined, with stunningly smart décor. The Violet Crown Theater will soon open, offering a new take on dinner and a movie.
Year Purchased: 2001
About the owner: My name is Mark Anthony and I am the property manager of Casa Domingo as well as other properties in Santa Fe and in Peru (Cusco). Originally from El Paso, Texas I have lived in Colorado, Peru (Cusco), Michigan and now New Mexico.
For 10 years I worked as a Engineer in the corporate world of petroleum, mining and plastics but now I work in a variety of ways in the form of personal service. From providing Elder Care in the Santa Fe community to teaching science to children in the US, Peru and Boliva. Now I host people here in Santa Fe and also in Peru where I organize and lead trips to the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
As your possible future host: Hello and welcome. I am happy to be of service to you as you enjoy one of my favorite places on Earth: Santa Fe. I am well travelled, relatively new to town and have actively been exploring what this place offers and will gladly share the gems I have found from hiking, to shopping, meeting places, day trips and nightlife.
Ed Reid and Ellen Bradbury are the owners and began renovating old adobe houses in the historic 'Barrio de Guadalupe' years ago with the house that they still live in and love. Ellen finished her art history schooling at Yale (while raising 2 children), she capped a successful curatorial career, returning to Santa Fe as Director of the Museum of Fine Art. Ed was a Houstonian, PhD chemist from Rice, and winding up a consulting carreer in the petrochemical industry. He moved to Santa Fe in 1985, met and fell for Ellen. They married, and embarked on a life that featured renovation of numerous humble old houses in the Westside Historic District where they still live. Ed has been a Reoltor since 1989.
Ellen grew up in and around Los Alamos, doing art, riding horseback, and soaking in the indigenous cultures. Through her organization Recursos de Santa Fe, Ellen is a consults on art, history, native cultures, archaeology, and travel itineraries in the greater Southwest and Mexico.