Henderson Home &
Historical Santa Fe Houses
The historic William Penhallow Henderson house is an adobe Pueblo Revival home in Santa Fe on the Old Santa Fe Trail. To restore this project took both detailed and large scale work. Woodworkers created new windows to replace rotting frames and the crumbling adobe was painstakingly restored by masons on our team. Replica floor and bath tile was handmade on site; hand planed doors, hand carved island and a unique choice of paint colors add warmth and authenticity to the historic home.
The Henderson house and studio on the Camino boast a wealth of hand- crafted details. The house’s lintels and other wood features are rustic, hand -worked quality and the living-room ceiling is the original shiny, adzed beams and boards.
In the 2000s, Tent Rock owner Joel Muller served on the board of directors of the Historic Santa Fe Foundation. He has done several restorations of historic homes. (An early one, in 1999, involved the adobe Georgia O’Keeffe House at Ghost Ranch north of Abiquiú.)