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What is not to love about this charming Old World-style adobe casita set in the heart of Santa Fe? Set between Canyon Road and East Alameda, this home offers the height of artful living in an artful place. Outside, a courtyard with a kiva fireplace and a brick-laid portal offers room to sit and savor the ambiance of history, arts, culture and leisure prevalent on every avenue of the Eastside. Inside, a host of treatments have been crafted into the layout and design to create rooms that house both flight and fancy. High ceilings and clerestory windows, as well as window treatments over passage doors, create a sense of light and spaciousness; while heavy wood beams and plank ceilings, saltillo tiles, wood floors, and artisanal tiles speak to the roots a neighborhood steeped in Spanish revival and pueblo style architecture. The kitchen, dining and living area are laid out to keep family and friends together yet the three bedrooms, each in their own discreet location, allow seclusion and quiet when the festivities have ended. An anteroom between the bedrooms and living chambers conveys a sense of opulence to the otherwise conservative use of space. Like a rest note, it offers leeway to the next experience - a room between rooms leading to ample places for rest, for play, for thought, or a place to experiment with bread and spices. This special residence is free-standing and one of only two residences that comprise the condominium.