THE BEST OF SANTA FE IS JUST A HOP, SKIP, AND ORCHARD AWAY
Comfort meets convenience in Casa de Huerta (House of Orchard) a charming three-bedroom, two-bathroom villa situated on a former orchard located a quick ride or leisurely stroll from some of Santa Fe’s most popular historic, art, and cultural institutions.
Wake up bathed in the New Mexico sun in this light and airy take on the classic adobe home with washer and dryer. Walking around this beautifully maintained house from one of the three fully furnished bedrooms to its modern kitchen for your morning coffee, you’ll immediately feel the earthbound sense of peace that draws so many to experience The City Different each year.
Classic southwestern white plaster walls sandwiched with rough-hewn beamed ceilings and hardwood floors run throughout the 1400 square foot property located on Sanchez Street, named after one of the earliest founding families of Santa Fe.
The living room features comfortable mid-century furniture, a dramatic steampunk lighting fixture, and large flat screen television. A rustic dining area with seating for four and working corner fireplace provide homey bookends to this inviting living space.
The generous sized kitchen with knotty pine cabinets, granite countertops, and modern stainless-steel appliances makes the perfect place to try your hand at creating your own take on local cuisine.
A pair of bedrooms off of the living area feature king and queen sized beds, high ceilings and lots of natural light. The rooms include ample storage, modern electronics and share a cozy full bathroom that includes a shower inside a modern take on the classic clawfoot tub.
There will be no need for an alarm clock as you wake up in the queen size mission style bed that dominates the sunny master suite. The large space boasts a loft, dual closets and full bathroom with tiled stand-up shower. For added local flair, a pair of sky-high windows will make you feel like you’re in the kind of painting studio that many local artists use to create their masterworks. As a kitschy finishing touch to the Pecos vibe, a black and white spotted cow ottoman casually grazes on the room’s terracotta floor.
For all this home’s amenities and unique charm, proximity to the best of cultural Santa Fe may be its best draw. Located off of the Old Santa Fe Trail, this home is a stone’s throw from historic government buildings, classic eateries, and the seat of the city’s thriving art scene. Going out for culture and coming home to comfort has never been easier!