The Wilson House is a significant cultural resource both for its associations with the Wilsons and for its place in the history of Santa Fe architecture. Its predominant Prairie style, Spanish-Pueblo Revival elements, and Craftsman, Mission-style interior were ultimately all responses to Arts and Crafts sensibilities. It provides a rare illustration of the versatility of adobe and the diversity of Santa Fe architecture in the transitional years before the Spanish-Pueblo Revival achieved the hegemony enjoyed to this day. Corinne P. Sze, Ph.D. Research Services of Santa Fe.
Built in 1910, The Francis Cushman Wilson House, recognized as an exceptional historic property by the Historic Santa Fe Foundation, is a rare example of a Craftsman influenced Prairie style home. Located on a lush, landscaped acre in the South Capital neighborhood of Santa Fe, this two-level home has been maintained and updated over the years but retains it’s original character and charm. The home is on city water and has a private recently fully refurbished irrigation well and professional level greenhouse equipped with power, water, and heat allowing the avid gardener the potential to grow year round. Many wonderfully landscaped areas include an in ground hot tub, outdoor dining area with fireplace, and secluded shady nooks for sitting- all on drip irrigation. The property is fully fenced and gated and contains a separate two-car garage and original stone ‘shed’ for extra storage.
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Updated on August 22, 2023 at 3:08 pm