Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Santa Fe "Craftsman-Style" Home Provides Convenient and Versatile Shooting Location

The city of Santa Fe possesses a unique and charming atmosphere that is best experienced through its cozy, adobe style homes that meld with the natural high desert environment. Shooting on location inside or around one of these homes can add authenticity and style to any film shot here in the City Different.

Realtor Susan Harris wants you to know about her Santa Fe Style Craftsman Home with Pueblo Style Exterior located at 507 Webber Street, and how it can be the perfect location for filming in Santa Fe. The home was built in 1925 and features hardwood floors, wideboard trim, plaster walls, fireplace and cabinetry. 2 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, plus office with high speed internet access. The interior of the home could easily pass for a east-coast or mid-west craftsman or Victorian. Time out for nostalgia: Enjoy the front porch (Portal) – watch sunsets unfold and Santa Fe stroll by.

The Webber Street home is conveniently located in the heart of Santa Fe across from the Capital Building and just blocks away from the city’s historic and culturally rich downtown plaza. Also close to film production offices at the "Old Hospital," within 1/4 mile. Neighborhood has been frequent film location.

Contact Susan Harris for more information via email at susanh@susanharrisrealty.com. You can also reach her by cell, fax, or at home or at work.

H: 505-983-5668

C: 505-690-0220

W: 888-832-5668

Fax: 888-811-7085

And of course you can check her out on our New Mexico Film Directory at www.crewnewmexico.com/webberstreet.