This two-story home was built in 1888 by Phillip Hesch, a Canadian-born master carpenter of German extraction who had recently arrived in Santa Fe with his large family. Characterized by a mansard roof and “carpenter style” exterior ornament, it is one of the few remaining late nineteenth century structures in the city influenced by contemporary European architectural details. Located near the rail-yard off Guadalupe Street, this Historic home is known as the Hesch house and the lot was designated on a certain map entitled, “Map No.2 being a map of Valuable Lots adjoining the Railroad Depot at Santa Fe, New Mexico surveyed in 1880.” The 4-unit multi-family property is zoned BCD with potential for other opportunity. The home has been maintained, situated on a larger lot with off street parking and available street parking with permits granted by the city. Four separate entrances, each unit has its own bath. Fruit trees, storage space. This Victorian style home has Santa Fe history near the railyard district that will go on for many years. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity.
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