Designed and built by Los Cincos Pintores’ originator, Jozef Bakos, this notable and inviting 1920’s 3 bed 3 bath adobe home is 1 out of 5 neighboring homes along Camino Del Monte Sol, and published in Rizzoli Design Book (2021). Casa Bakos rekindles the history of Bakos’ life today through the arrangement of his handcrafted work and frescoes. Enchanting stories are told by every room. Recently landscaped courtyard encompasses his original hand-carved gate and imprinted portal. The main level boasts entryways, corbels, reworked exterior vigas and lintels hand carved by Bakos, sun-drenched by 6 updated skylights and classic French doors throughout. 4 restored fireplaces and installed interior/exterior stereo speakers create a warm, inviting ambience. The intimate kitchen features a gas stovetop, updated fixtures and appliances, and under-counter lighting. Each bedroom has a private bathroom featuring beautiful hardwood, tile and brick flooring. Nestled in Santa Fe’s Eastern Historic District and within walking distance of The Downtown Plaza, this timeless treasure is a true rarity and perfect for buyers interested in art, art history and European farmhouse-style homes. Because of its history and convenient location, the home is at present a popular short-term rental. It is an ideal investment opportunity subject to short-term rental permit availability through the City of Santa Fe.