Santa Fe Real Estate Home for Sale. $695000 3bd/3ba. – Julia Gelbart of SantaFeProperties.com

SantaFeProperties.com MLSNumber: 201006035 Property Type: Residential Price: 5000 Beds: 3 Baths: 3 Sq. Ft.: 2328 Number of Acres: 0.50 City: Santa Fe Address: 102 W Barcelona Rd Description: Completely renovated home in South Capitol, tucked away on a quiet road between Don Gaspar and Galisteo. All that remains of the original house are the outer adobe walls and the Santa Fe ambience! Views? both mountain and sunset! The interior of the house shows great attention to design detail, with no steps to trip you up. A beautiful, level half-acre lot provides daily pleasure with all sorts of trees, flowers, grasses, birds – and the spacious, sun-filled deck allows enjoyment of the grounds. The large lot permits future construction of a 1500 sq ft guest house or studio. Consider this property turn-key, completely ready for new owners. The house has been pre-inspected, plus a home-owners warranty is in place to provide confidence and comfort for the new owners. The renovation created large open contemporary spaces, nice and spacious, plus everything feels new! Located one block north of Cordova, everything in Santa Fe is accessible within minutes. In-town living at its best! For more information on this listing, please contact: Listing Agent Julia Gelbart 505-982-4466 Broker Santa Fe Properties 505-982-4466 inquiries@santafeproperties.com SantaFeProperties.com Serving the Santa Fe New Mexico Area —————————– Are you a real estate broker and want to see your

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