Caroline D. Russell
City living made easy - so close to the Railyard. The subdivision of this newish condo development in the heart of the Railyard is named Metro, which is very apt because this location is ideal for an owner who embraces the metropolitan vibe! With the announcement the International Folk Art market has been re-located to the Railyard (what a smart move to this happening section of town!), the lucky buyer will be within blocks of restaurants, shops, galleries, Farmer's Market, movie theaters, fitness gym, the Railyard park, train station, and the Folk Art Festival...the urban hub of Santa Fe! Unit A is the original adobe house, and the complex was re-envisioned by the much admired architect Trey Jordan in 2007. Inside you'll see sophisticated open-concept living, tres chic! The main entrance is on Alarid, but the easiest access to happenings is a private lane, used by the 4 owners of 611: this leads to a locked gate which opens up directly to Camino de la Familia. A shed is included; you could store your bike here if you want to bike to the Plaza in about 7 minutes. The unit, by deliberate and skilled design, is efficient and sophisticated and sensible and SO desirable! It's important to know this is an HOA (5 units, 4 owners) and the covenants allow rentals over 3 months, cats but not dogs (urban living) and a smoke free property. The HOA covers the exterior work (roof & stucco), landscaping and general maintenance so the new owner will be moving into a "happy place"!
Santa Fe Properties/Washington