Welcome to Tres Puertas (Three Doors), where you can enjoy a classic Santa Fe experience. The home has an illustrious history and is a State of New Mexico registered cultural property. This exceptional example of Territorial architectural style was built in the 1880’s by Juan Holmes, a Santa Fe County sheriff, when the West was wild. Authentic adobe and beautifully renovated, this is the perfect downtown location, just three blocks from the Plaza with its museums, restaurants, shopping, and art galleries scattered at the Plaza and Canyon Road.
You will find a light and bright living room with high ceilings, a stunning kiva fireplace and beautiful works of art. Skylights adorn the comfortable dining room and well-appointed kitchen that has new stainless steel appliances, authentic Talavera tile, and all the cooking equipment you will need to create and serve a delicious meal. The spacious master suite includes a king size bed, television, its own kiva fireplace and a beautifully tiled bathroom with walk-in shower. The guest bedroom includes a queen-sized bed beneath viga ceilings, television, and its own bathroom with tub/shower combination, and laundry facilities. The home is air-conditioned and has wood and Saltillo tile floors throughout. Lovely, private, and spacious courtyards are shaded with mature landscaping. The comfortable furniture, gas grill, dining table, and brick pavers invite a wonderful outdoor dining and entertaining experience. This 1,579+ square foot home includes two off-street parking spaces.
Tres Puertas sits in an older established neighborhood, just 3 blocks northeast of Santa Fe’s historic downtown plaza. It’s a five minute stroll to a myriad of fine dining establishments, museums, fine art galleries and a shopper’s paradise of original boutiques. Seasonally, the Plaza is home to several famous international artist markets including Indian Market and Spanish Market. Canyon Road, famous for its historic adobe architecture and over 100 fine art galleries in a half-mile stretch, is a few blocks southeast of the home. Outdoor adventure abounds, with the Santa Fe Ski Basin only 12 miles up the mountain. In minutes, you are surrounded by the Santa Fe National Forest with its glorious hiking trails and opportunities for fishing, biking, and aspen vistas. The world class Santa Fe Opera is located 10 miles north. Ancient pueblo ruins surround Santa Fe, such as Bandelier National Monument, Taos Pueblo, Acoma Pueblo’s Sky City, and Pecos National Monument, all within an hour’s drive. Tres Puertas is just the spot to base your exploration of Santa Fe’s history, culture and astounding natural beauty.