Built by renowned architect Robert Frank, this is a traditionally built double adobe home with a pitched metal roof in the classic northern New Mexico style. The design concept allows for the space to be divided in two. Currently one half is occupied by an established business, and the other half, divided by a wall with a clerestory window and locking door, is a residence. 15-foot vaulted, beamed ceilings create expansive space; wide plank pine floors, hand troweled diamond finish walls with soft corners give this space a classic Santa Fe charm. The residence has a living room, dining area, bedroom area, a bathroom with standing shower, and kitchen. There are two separate entrances from the long paved, covered portal through double French doors and also one extra entrance at each end of the building. There is handicapped access and also walled-in parking for up to eight cars. Coyote fencing lends privacy and style to the portal/garden area. There is separate basement/crawl space running the entire length of the building, with access through the business or residence. Custom iron electronic gate at driveway entrance provides added security, and there is an installed perimeter and motion detector alarm system. This is a rare opportunity for investment or a live/work situation in a close in location off St Francis Drive.