Just Listed - 1821 Cristobal Lane, Santa Fe - Potential Commission Savings $44,500

We have just listed 1821 Cristobal Lane in Santa Fe. Our client may save around $44,500 in commissions.

This exceptional, one of a kind, Doug Atwill designed home was featured in the Wall Street Journal and is situated on a 1+ acre lot in the prestigious and desirable Museum Hill area. Constructed just 5 years ago, the single-level main house has spectacular natural light, and the brick floors, high ceilings, and vigas convey a sense of the past and timeless sophistication. The large professional country kitchen is a chef’s dream complete with Wolf appliances & SubZero fridge. The spacious living room has high -ceiling & is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace. The portal and patios offer true indoor/outdoor living with French doors opening to the breathtaking gardens. The casita was completely remodeled in November 2019 & boasts a guest master suite with enormous windows facing the inner garden, high ceilings, a luxurious guest bathroom & kitchenette. This captivating property is beautifully landscaped and has a feeling of Provence with an abundance of vegetation including apple, peach, pear, plum, roses, lavender, aspens, evergreens & pinon. The private driveway opens to a spacious guest parking area and the large (740 +/- Sq. Ft.) attached garage has ample storage & easy-to-clean epoxy flooring. Smart home features include Ring security cameras, Nest thermostats, Rachio irrigation control system, and ADT Pulse System allow for management of the property from afar. Furnishing package available separately. This stunning property is not to be missed - Schedule a showing today!

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Santa Fe MLS  # 202002949

List Price: $2,249,000

Commission savings is based on the property selling at list price and assumes a 3.00% listing agent commission and gross receipts tax on that commission. The seller's ultimate commission savings may be more or less.

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