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Exemplifying the early-20th-century charm of Santa Fe, this thoroughly remodeled 1920s Craftsman home boasts enduring stylistic details: a pitched tin roof, wood floors, fireplaces, and timeless cabinetry, tilework, and molding. Tucked behind the home—beside alluring gardens, patios, mature evergreen and fruit trees, and a gazebo—is a 321-square-foot casita or studio with a bedroom, bath, and kitchenette. The 1,593-square-foot main residence offers two or three bedrooms—the third makes a lovely sitting room or office—two stylish baths, an inviting kitchen, classic living and dining rooms, and a full basement. The well-considered update provided a number of modern amenities, including air conditioning. A shady front portal and a delightful back deck overlook the fenced 0.26-acre property, with its gardens, stalwart trees, colorful landscaping maintained by drip irrigation, fountain, brick walkways, and ample off-street parking. The location is ideal, steps from a desirable school and a short walk from the Plaza.