225 Irvine Street
Walk to the Santa Fe Plaza, Railyard--Guadalupe District, the Santa Fe River Park or the Montanita Co-op from this adorable partial adobe. As is the nature of a nearly century old authentic adobe, the structure was added on to as necessity dictates. No specific dates but across the street, the Larriba's Compound was a neighborhood general store in the early 1900's. Today, behind 6' courtyard walls, one enjoys a peaceful, serene front portal and yard, open living room, dining room and kitchen all with gleaming Saltillo tile. Very flexible floor plan can be used as Two Bedroom/Two Baths with a Den or Office. Office option has an exterior door, for possible client. Or this multi-functional floor plan can be configured as two master suites whatever fits your needs, ideas or dreams. There are well-placed built-in shelves, roomy closets, a free-standing wood-burning stove, and T & G ceilings in parts of the house. A completely walled and fenced yard/garden wraps around this home.