Nestled in the hills of Historic Eastside, this estate with 2 homes on separate lots sits in a serene setting among shade and fruit trees, meadows and riverfront woodlands. The Santa Fe River flows along the Southern border and the Acequia runs by the houses. The larger 4136-sq ft home has 4 bedrooms, each with an en suite bathroom, lovely rustic touches and an open floor plan with an abundance of natural light and wall space for displaying art. The upper floor can serve as a master suite or guest quarters with open living and dining areas, and a large arched window and balcony that overlooks the meadows and the Sangre de Cristo foothills. The smaller 2 bedroom, 2 bath house on the adjacent lot has plenty of charm. This 1897-sq ft home has saltillo tile, wood and brick floors, windows stretching across the entire south side, and cobalt blue tiles arching over the tub in the master bath. Two decks off the living room and master bedroom create quiet spaces to enjoy the babbling acequia and the surrounding natural beauty. The lower level space with floor-to-ceiling windows provides perfect light for an art studio or office. The National Forest with miles of hiking/biking trails is just steps outside the garden door. Despite the feeling of being in a place apart, this hillside retreat is minutes from the Santa Fe plaza. A truly delightful property, it needs to be seen to fully appreciate this rare opportunity to own riverfront homes in Santa Fe.