"And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you, because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it." Roald Dahl. Like the Mithraem in London, or Il Bucco de La Serratura in Rome, you have to know about it to know it's there. Hidden right in the heart of historic Downtown Santa Fe is a secret residential building. It rises above the shops, a block and a half from the Plaza, offering a pedestrian way of life downtown reminiscent of Europe. Part was built in 1845, and includes the jail that held the outlaw, Billy, the Kid from 1880-1881, it spans across to Water Street where the newer part was built in 1986. It has been owned and managed by the same family since 1945, The lucky investor will acquire 27 residential units, including studio apartments, one bedrooms, and a two bedroom penthouse, along with two prime high visibility/high traffic, street level retail boutiques on steps from the Plaza San Francisco St., and another on West Water Street. The handsome one car garage keeps a staff vehicle, and the municipal lot next door fills tenants needs. All residences have kitchens, some have fireplaces, some have views, and all have LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION!
Sotheby's Int. RE/Washington