Walk to The Plaza, Canyon Road, and The Railyard from this impeccably maintained South Capitol pied-a-terre. This home has all of the charms of Santa Fe's classic southwestern flavor, featuring high ceilings, vigas, latillas, bancos, nichos, and a Kiva fireplace. There is diagonal brick flooring on the lower level along with carpeting on the staircase and in the bedrooms. The two private patios are perfect for outdoor entertaining. The spacious master suite opens onto a private balcony. The second bedroom is generous, airy and also includes an en-suite bathroom. Serenidad features two off-street parking spaces.
East Side- South Capital
12-minute walk to Canyon Road (.6 miles)
19-minute walk to the Plaza (1.2 miles)
19-minute walk to Railyard (1 mile)
Close to The Pink Adobe, Rio Rancho Steakhouse and many other restaurants
Close distance to main sites and the Santa Fe River Trail
Two story home
The living room has doors to porch and kiva fireplace
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.
WE HAD A WONDERFUL VISIT. ENJOYED THE AREA WHERE THE PROPERTY WAS LOCATED.
Reviewed: Sep 29, 2018
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. This rental property is in a great location and provides a spacious accommodation for two individuals or two couples. The decor and amenities are exactly as advertised and the rental fee quite reasonable. Thank you to Two Casitas for assisting with the rental choice. There are many homes to choose from and this one was exactly what we hoped fo
Reviewed: Jul 11, 2018
Beautiful,quaint casita. Good location
Reviewed: Jun 11, 2018
Nice accommodations, clean, lots of nice amenities, wifi excellent, nice distance from center of town
Laurel , US
Reviewed: May 29, 2018
We had an excellent time, thank you
Reviewed: May 14, 2018
The house is beautiful, very well maintained and located within walking distance to the restaurants, shops and places of interest in Old Santa Fe
Reviewed: Apr 9, 2018
Pretty, cozy, great for dogs
This is a cute casita with classic southwest style that more than met our needs for several days in March. We always appreciate dog friendly rentals and this did not disappoint. Our dogs loved running up and down the stairs (we don't have such stairs at home) and the small fenced yard is perfect for letting them out without worrying about them running away. The neighborhood is quiet and though we didn't try to walk to the plaza (it was a bit chilly when we were there) one probably could have with a little motivation and some nice weather. It's more than a few blocks away, though. The casita had a wonderful kiva fireplace that was perfect when we got snow one day. The kitchen is well stocked and we used the fridge to store our Trader Joe's and Whole Foods items, for those days when we weren't stuffing ourselves with Santa Fe cuisine. The bathrooms had amazing fluffy towels. If I could ask for one thing to be improved in this casita it would be to turn up the temperature on the hot water. Just a little too cool for my taste, especially in the wintery weather. The management company was a dream to work with, they checked up on us regularly (via text) and responded immediately to any questions. Their restaurant recommendations for mole were spot on; Gabriel's was well worth the short drive, and though we didn't try Sazon, it looked amazing. Coyote Cantina was another gem that we found on our own, and for fabulous French pastries, breakfast, lunch, can't beat Clafoutis. Best eclairs this side of Paris! But I digress......Dog owners, there is a giant off leash dog park a few miles away called Frank S Ortiz dog park. The casita is about an hour drive to Ghost Ranch, a lovely day trip that our dogs enjoyed too. Would stay here again and would definitely work with the Two Casitas management company again!
Reviewed: Dec 26, 2017
Lovely casita, wonderfully furnished and incredibly convenient. Wholly restorative stay!
We absolutely loved our stay at Serenidad. We could not have asked for more comfortable accommodations or a more convenient location. We only stayed for a few nights, but Serenidad felt like a home away from home. The unit was clean and well cared for and exactly as described in the listing.
Our favorite room had to be the living room with its pure New Mexico feel - high ceilings with exposed vigas, kiva fireplace, brick flooring, and charming southwest decor. We spent our first evening just relaxing and reading fireside, sunken into the plush and warm leather couch.
The next morning, the family gathered around the dining room table to enjoy the best breakfast burritos weve ever had (thanks to the Santa Famous Street Food truck, just a short walk down Old Santa Fe Trail).
We spent a few hours at the nearby Childrens Museum and put the Center for Contemporary Arts on the list for our next visit.
We returned to Serenidad as a home base for the afternoon and evening. There is not a thing we found wanting from a vacation home. We had a plenty of goodies in the fridge we bought at the surprisingly well-stocked Kaunes market. The kitchen had all the space and appliances we needed to cook a family-sized meal.
It was an easy walk to the Plaza and a short drive to the galleries on Canyon road.
We will be returning!