Historic East Side charmer close to Canyon Road.
Casa Lobato combines history with modern comfort. Located on the historic east side and a short five minute stroll to Canyon Road where one can enjoy some of the best restaurants and galleries. The two bedroom main house and detached one bedroom guest house (or Casita) is a perfect option for an extended stay with enough room and privacy for family and visiting friends.
Casa Lobato features three queen size beds, an office space, dining seating for six, and a gas fireplace in the living room. The two bedrooms in the main house are well separated each featuring their own bath. The fully equipped kitchen is spacious, and light filled with Stylestone counters, including a banco or breakfast nook, adjacent pantry, and a laundry room.
The Casita is a few steps from the main house and boasts a kitchenette, a queen size bed off the sitting area room with a TV, and a full bath.
The stone paved terrace off the main house is surrounded by perennials, shade and fruit trees, and is a lovely place to grill dinner with family and friends while watching the sunset.
The attention that went into creating this home can be seen by the loving details by previous owners, and the current owner who is an interior designer. From the art collection, antiques, and custom made furniture to the forged raven sconces flanking the decorative garage doors. This is a charmer!
The parking at the property can accommodate two vehicles to three smaller vehicles with clever orientation. An automated coyote gate allows easy access and gives the compound a sense of privacy.
Come visit Casa Lobato where Montecito meets Santa Fe!
Casa Lobato located near the top of East Palace Avenue, hidden from view, is one of the oldest homes of the Upper Palace area. Its history connects to the growth of Palace Avenue, an ancient street, and the Lobato family, Spanish settler descendants who have lived on the greater property for more than 130 years.
In the late Territorial period, Palace Ave emerged as Santa Fe’s fashionable district- becoming a street lined with large homes owned by wealthy families. Upper Palace sheltered poorer families many of whom worked for those closer to the plaza.
Perched on a slight rise down a narrow lane Casa Lobato built in the late 1800’s has grown from a three room adobe to a charming light filled three bedroom three bath compound including a casita, once the stable.
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