Casa Godzilla: Work From Home in Style and ComfortWith so much uncertainty and worry these days, we invite you to change your scene safely and comfortably by spending time in sunny Santa Fe. Casa Godzilla welcomes you with its bright and well designed space. Two Casitas has implemented additional precautionary and disinfecting measures to our cleaning process, and is fully ventilating our homes before every guest arrives.
The reliable high speed (100mbps+) internet means you can work and study from Casa Godzilla without missing a beat, and with several great locations to set up your equipment — at the kitchen bar, at the steel and glass dining table, on the living room sofa, from the comfortable Room and Board beds, or even on the back patio — everyone in your family can carve out their own space.
During your downtime, enjoy the sunshine in the enclosed backyard with its own dining setup and grill. The fully equipped kitchen will inspire you to prepare any meal your creativity imagines with ingredients from the Santa Fe farmers market or several nearby grocery stores, many with online shopping or delivery services. In addition, many of Santa Fe’s amazing restaurants are now offering take out or delivery service, so you’ll never lack for variety.
When you want to get out of the house for exercise and air, Casa Godzilla is in walking distance of the Santa Fe River Trail (just a quarter mile away) where you can walk or run or ride your bike, and the hiking trails surrounding Santa Fe are open too. Back home, the smart TV has Hulu all cued up for live TV, movies, and shows, and you can also stream movies provided by Santa Fe’s local theaters like the Violet Crown and Cinematheque to support their businesses.
Nearby grocery stores and markets:
Santa Fe Farmers Market, 0.6 miles
La Montanita Co-op Food Market, 0.5 miles
Sprouts Farmers Market, 0.7 miles, delivery powered by Instacart
Market Street (formerly Albertsons), 0.9 miles, online option
Whole Foods Market, 0.8 miles
Trader Joe’s, 1.0 miles
Just some of the outstanding restaurants providing take out or delivery:
See the Santa Fe Reporter for a complete current list: https://www.sfreporter.com/food/2020/03/22/carry-out-carry-on/
New York Deli
Lu Lu's Chinese
Santa Fe Bar & Grill
See below for more information about Casa Godzilla, written in more normal times, and we can’t wait to see you in Santa Fe!
Use this fun, modern home as your launchpad for all things Santa Fe! Mosey to the Railyard for Farmers Market and Galleries, stroll to the Plaza for red chile and live music, zoom up to the Santa Fe Opera (10 minute drive), or hit the ski basin in just 35 minutes. When you return from your adventures, enjoy our blue skies from your private backyard (great for pups), try Santa Fe's amazing dining scene or get creative in the fully equipped kitchen.
Architect Laura VanAmburgh designed this contemporary oasis in the heart of Santa Fe’s historic district. Casa Godzilla packs a punch in just under 950 square feet! Leave your vehicles in the two off street parking spots, including one protected by a carport designed by architect Mark Mortier. Walk in the front door into the open plan, single level living space -- kitchen, dining room, and living room -- with high ceilings, beautiful plaster walls, gleaming concrete floors, and yes, Godzilla sightings!
You’ll find the stacked washer/dryer hidden behind the custom paneling in the kitchen, which also has a dishwasher and bar seating. Straight ahead is your private patio and backyard with native New Mexico privets and a fountain made from locally quarried Vista Grande onyx, designed by Santa Fe artist Greg Robertson.
Both bedrooms have queen beds and plenty of storage for your stay.The living room offers a 49" smart TV. The home also has a stash of retro board games for you to enjoy when you're not out exploring Santa Fe. Wash up in the green jewel box of a bathroom with custom plaster and a tub-shower combo.
The air conditioning unit in the kitchen cools the entire home, or you can pull in the cool Santa Fe evening air with the Modern Fan Company ceiling fans in every room. Generate a relaxing cross breeze from the back patio to the custom front screen door built by Santa Fe artist Russell Moore, whose carved doors you can see at the Poeh Cultural Center in Pojoaque and in the spa at Hotel Santa Fe.
Search for "Casa Godzilla" on Dwell to learn more about this fun and functional Santa Fe home!
9-minute walk to the Railyard (.5 mile)
30-minute walk to Canyon Road (2.4 miles)
15-minute walk to the Plaza (1.0 miles)
Please Note: This home does offer off-street parking, however some larger vehicles may have trouble fitting in the spot. Free and safe street parking is abundant near the home if you are unable to fit your larger vehicle into the spot.
This home is dog-friendly (for stays shorter than 14 nights) with an additional $150 fee, however dogs are not allowed on the furniture. Any pet hair found on the furniture may result in additional cleaning fees.
City of Santa Fe Permit # 157821
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Rates* Rates are subject to change without notice. Pricing excludes taxes, additional options and fees.
Reviewed: Jan 20, 2021
Property Manager Property
Had a great stay, would definitely work with y'all again. Great coordination in booking and in arrival. Had a minor issue with the front door lock during visit but easily resolved through coordinating with property manager. Everything was great! Very pet friendly, all amenities in great shape. Very roomy and accommodating. Great open concept and awesome backyard area and patio. Would definitely stay again and highly recommend.
Reviewed: Dec 24, 2019
Property Manager Property
A fantastic rental. Casa was superbly decorated and appointed. Management staff were extremely responsive
Reviewed: Sep 11, 2019
Property Manager Property
Casa Godzilla is the best, close to restaurants and the farmers market which was amazing! It has a private patio with a nice water feature, perfect place to have your morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening after a day of exploring Santa Fe... Highly recommend Casa Godzilla.