Located in the heart of the historic Eastside, this peaceful oasis is nestled on a quiet street conducive to leisurely strolls. The compound is within walking distance of Canyon Road galleries and restaurants as well as museums and hiking trails. This sophisticated, well-maintained home—originally designed by John Midyette in the 1970s and updated by Betty Stewart’s former collaborator and draftsman—and its spacious guesthouse enjoy courtyards and multiple outdoor spaces. Back and front yards with mature shade trees and garden areas add to the secluded feel of this one-third-acre property. The main house is single level, with only one interior step, and has a deceptively simple floor plan with clean lines. An updated Santa Fe gem, it has a charming eat-in kitchen, brick floors, fireplaces, radiant heat, Streck tinwork, American Clay walls, and vintage carved doors throughout. Walk-in closets provide plenty of storage, as does the two-car garage.