Short Term Rental Permit #: 16-00135965
A ten minute walk to the plaza, this quintessential adobe home offers charm of traditional Santa Fe. A fully appliance kitchen, a king sleigh bed in the master with a queen sofa sleeper in the living room and a twin bed in the sun-room, a Lyne Archer dinning table for six and a four top in the kitchen. Sleeps up to five and offers off street covered parking, plenty of enclosed yard space with outside grilling with gas and shade offered by an old apricot tree. Free wifi and cable with televisions in both the living room and bed room. Located on a dead end street traffic noise is unheard of and yet groceries and dinning are just steps away. Enjoy the essence of Santa fe.
Casa Quintana is a beguiling 1400 square foot adobe house on a quiet cul de sac in Santa Fe’s historic San Francisco Street district, an easy walk to the plaza.
The is an outside hot tub that operates year-round that seats 4 people.
Quintana street was named after the Quintana brothers who settled the area in the 1920?s, selling their farmland in the north and coming to “La Villa Royal” or the “Royal City” as Santa Fe was then called, to educate their families.
The house was built in the 1930?s by the oldest son, Juan, in the traditional adobe brick, southwestern style. In 1998, Michael Roybal, second cousin to Juan, bought and renovated the original house. With utmost care, he retained its unique architectural features, keeping its charm and grace, while bringing it up to date with modern living.
Casa Quintana is fully licensed by the City of Santa Fe and abides by all tax laws and city ordinances.