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Live in a neighborhood with expansive
veiws of the legendary Sange de Cristo Mountains...

Many of the more charming guest house locations on Santa Fe?s prestigious east side suffer from limited parking and a view only of a neighbor?s window. Not so at 509 East Coronado Road! Here is tree-lined privacy close to the Historic Plaza with shopping and dining, PLUS expansive vistas of the legendary Sangre de Cristo mountains.

There are several reasons that this walled and gated acre is included in Santa Fe?s core historic district: The 500 block of Coronado Road spills into the Old Pecos Trail on the west and into the Old Santa Fe Trail on the east. Those trails merge at the northwest corner of the block and cross eight ancient streets on their way to the plaza, established by the Spanish in 1607. Before that, the Old Pecos Trail was a trade route connecting the then flourishing Pecos Pueblo, 20 miles to the east with Analco Pueblo which occupied Downtown Santa Fe 700 years ago.

Walk around the block; let yourself hear the dim distant clank of conquistador armor, the soft pad of Indian moccasins, and the joyous shouts of Yankee traders approaching civilization.

Head on down the trail to the Plaza through a thousand years of culture and history.

1 Bedroom with King-sized bed plus Queen sleeper sofa in living area Large Closet , , Two Walled Courtyards High Ceilings with lots of natural light , , Stained Glass Clerestory Antique Marble-topped bar , , Talvera tiled lavatory , Kiva fireplace , Dish TV/VCR , Washer-Dryer , Dishwasher , Completely furnished to a coffee grinder , Dogs welcome ,

Explore Bandelier National Monument (45minutes), , Hike the Atalaya Trail (3 minutes to the Trailhead), , Ski the Santa Fe (30 minutes to the mountain), , Ride gaited horses (30 minutes to the stables),, Visit the museums on Museum Hill (5 minutes),, Take the kids to the Children?s Museum (Just across Old Pecos Trail),, Shop the Galleries on Canyon Road (5 minutes),, Visit the shrine in the Sanctuario de Chimayo. (45 minutes),, Dine at Tomasita?s New Mexican Restaurant. (the Chile is HOT!) (5 minutes),, And, that?s just the first 2 days!,


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