It's the Santa Fe style that completely defines the character and soul of the Historic Eastside real estate market. It arose in prominence immediately following the long and difficult struggle for statehood in 1912. New Mexican's efforts to look American by importing a tapestry of architectural styles from the east coast, with modern construction techniques and materials, were threating to change the unique character of Santa Fe.

From rustic adobe compounds with their vigas, latillas, nichos, canales and bancos to grand territorial estates that feature stucco exteriors with sharp parapet walls and brick coping decor, Santa Fe's Historic Eastside real estate offers a variety of living styles. These styles are reflective of the vibrant fabric of indigenous peoples, Colonial Spanish settlers, Mexican officials, pioneers, cowboys, outlaws, scientists, artists and dreamers that have graced this neighborhood and helped define Santa Fe as "The City Different."

Historic Eastside Statistics

Average Price $4.3M
Lowest Price $1.8M
Highest Price $10M
Total Listings 7
Avg. Days On Market 76
Avg. Price/SQFT $1.2K

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