McKenzie Casita - WAITING ON CITY PERMIT, AVAILABLE MONTHLY RIGHT NOW AND NIGHTLY ONCE PERMIT IS GRANTED

One queen bed, one full futon sleeper

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Bedrooms 0
Bathrooms 1
Property Size 475 sq. ft.

Description

McKenzie Casita features hand plastered adobe walls, gorgeous Mexican tile floors throughout and a full bath. The fully updated kitchen has high-end stainless steel appliances to add to the sophisticated ambiance of this home. McKenzie Casita was built in 1881. Lovingly remodeled to blend the best of the old and the new defining all that is Santa Fe today. This home has been designated historic home by the city Santa Fe.
Three blocks, an 8-10 minute walk, from the historic Santa Fe Plaza, and one block from the famed Georgia O'Keeffe museum. The McKenzie Casita is the only residential neighborhood right off of the Plaza. It is in the heart of Santa Fe with a very high rating of 95%."walk ability" to the Plaza. (Check out the web site www.walkscore.com) Even being so close to town this home is completely quiet, private and peaceful. If you are looking for a tranquil yet convenient experience, this little jewel is perfect for you!

The home shares an interior courtyard with the one bedroom house McKenzie Suite and the two homes can be rented together or separate. The out door area has peach trees and is graced with wisteria on the portal. The lovely shaded patio with table, chairs and charcoal barbecue are right off the kitchen. The shared patio is enclosed by a traditional coyote fence. The furnishings are tasteful, contemporary and impeccable. The architectural elegance and design of these homes give light and beauty to your stay.

Pet friendly comment from Miles of "Pet Friendly Santa Fe"
"McKenzie casita is in the heart of downtown and has a small, enclosed front yard; a perfect location for fido and friends to roam the city and enjoy all that is Santa Fe."

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Amenities

-Wi-Fi

-Cable TV in the living room 

-Off-street parking

-Dishwasher

-Full kitchen, with all amenities of home including coffee, creamer, sugar, and some spices

-Comfortable heating and air-conditioning

-Full bath with all linens and towels, shampoo, soap, and hair dryer

-Iron and ironing board 

-Patio with portal, charcoal BBQ

-Pet friendly with owners permission

Note: no washer/dryer
 

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Reviews

Review / Testimonial 4
Reviewed: May 18, 2016
Great spot! Perfect for walking around Santa Fe and checking out all the great shops, restaurants, and museums. Wendy was very responsive to texts/emails before and during out stay. Highly recommend this cozy spot. Lucia, April 2016
Review / Testimonial 3
Reviewed: May 17, 2016
This casita was the perfect size for my stay. The location was great- just a few blocks from the Plaza and the Georgia OKeefe museum. That made it close to several fabulous restaurants, too. Overall, I couldnt have asked for a better price or location! Wanda, March 2016
Review / Testimonial 2
Reviewed: Jul 31, 2014
This little casita provided a wonderful retreat for us, yet provided easy access to the Santa Fe Plaza. It was an easy walk to shopping, restaurants, and museums This compact casita contained all we needed We especially enjoyed sitting on the patio enjoying coffee and reading. We greatly enjoyed our stay..
Review / Testimonial 1
Reviewed: Mar 14, 2014
Lovely spot with free parking in the middle of it all. We parked and walked everywhere. The room was comfortable for two. It had a pleasant outdoor sitting area that we used quite often. The casita was basically two rooms. One the bedroom with bath and the second a sitting area/kitchen with table for two. The sofa in the sitting room may be converted to a bed. The space was well stocked with sheets, covers, towels and all the tools you would need to cook a meal. Coffee, sugar, salt and pepper and paper towels were provided. Wendy even left us an excellent bottle of wine. The kitchen made it possible for us to make our own breakfast and grab a snack or lunch if we did not feel like going out to eat. There are plenty of eateries close by a bakery on the next street, two restaurants there plus the Santa Fe Cooking School etc.