Sotheby's Int. RE/Grant

669 W San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, NM

$699,000

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3

Beds

3

Baths

1,638

Square feet

0.35

Acres

About 669 W San Francisco Street

Make an offer! This commercially zoned (C1) property on a rare .35 acre lot on W. San Francisco Street offers wide-ranging potential, including multifamily, office, short-term rental, luxury residence, and more. The historic Sandoval house, a registered landmark by the state of New Mexico, is a jewel of Santa Fe history, exemplary of Pueblo style architecture of the late Territorial Period. The home is currently configured as two units: a 1 bed, 1 bath studio, and a 2 bed, 2 bath primary residence. Ample land on the .35 acre lot creates an opportunity to build your own compound, create a stunning garden, or split the lot. This property is a historic preservationist’s dream. Located just blocks away from the historic Plaza, countless restaurants, and the Railyard District.

Features of 669 W San Francisco Street

MLS® # 202401346
Price $699,000
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3.00
Full Baths 3
Square Footage 1,638
Square Footage 1638 SquareFeet
Acres 0.35
Year Built 1947
Type Residential
Sub-Type Single Family Residence
Style Pueblo
Status Active

Community Information

Address 669 W San Francisco Street
Area 1-SF City Limits NE
City Santa Fe
County Santa Fe
State NM
Zip Code 87501

Amenities

Utilities Electricity Available
Parking Spaces 3
Parking None
Is Waterfront No
Has Pool No

Interior

Interior Features Interior Steps
Heating Fireplace(s)
Cooling None
Fireplace Yes
# of Fireplaces 1
Fireplaces Wood Burning
Stories Two
Has Basement No

Exterior

Exterior Adobe
Roof Metal, Pitched
Construction Adobe

School Information

Elementary Carlos Gilbert
Middle Milagro
High Santa Fe

Additional Information

Date Listed April 15th, 2024
Days on Market 40
Short Sale No
RE / Bank Owned No

Listing Details

AgentCharles Lacalle
OfficeSotheby's Int. RE/Grant

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