About This Home
This distinctive adobe home on a prestigious Eastside camino was designed by Texas-based Lake Flato Architects, a firm known for creations rooted in their place and constructed by the finest local craftspeople using regional materials. The intelligent design and unique 3,136-square-foot floor plan came to fruition in 1990, resulting in an award-winning residence filled with light and touches of authentic Southwestern character. It offers three restful bedrooms—two with fireplaces—three baths—including a spa-like space with a soaking tub and shower in the owner’s suite—a delightful living room with a striking sculptural fireplace and glass doors leading to inviting outdoor spaces, an adjoining formal dining area, a comfortable den with a variety of built-ins and a banco, a charming kitchen and atrium-like breakfast area, and a one-car garage—an enviable amenity in this historic locale. The wooded 0.69-acre site is a peaceful, private setting with flagstone patios, mature trees, a pond, and views of Santa Fe’s mountains through the enveloping piñons and junipers. A rooftop deck with a warming kiva fireplace enjoys a full sweeping panorama of treetops, neighboring rooflines, sunsets, and the majestic Sangre de Cristos.