The incomparable Gerald Cassidy estate presides over Santa Fe’s world-renowned Canyon Road. Dating to the Spanish Colonial era, “The House of Sunshine” comprises an adobe main home and two guesthouses surrounding verdant gardens, flagstone patios, and portals that lead to outdoor living and dining spaces boasting a fireplace, fountains, historic wooden beams and corbels from the Nambe Pueblo church, and the original mid-1700s well. Magnificent antique wooden doors and beams, plaster wall finishes, and wooden and Saltillo tile floors beautifully showcase the classic Pueblo architecture modernized with accessories, art, and furnishings that complement the scale and grandeur of each room. Gerald Cassidy (1869-1934) was an early 20th-century artist, muralist, and designer who, along with his wife, Ina Sizer Cassidy, lived in Santa Fe beginning in 1912. They were active in the Santa Fe Art Colony and movement, working with resident artists as well as attracting others to the region. Completely and meticulously renovated, the Gerald Cassidy estate is truly one of the most spectacular historic homes in Santa Fe. Furnishings, artwork, and accessories are available by separate treaty.