Steeped in history and Santa Fe style, the main Santa Fe office is known as the Padre Gallegos house. As a historically contributing structure, it was named for Padre Jose Manuel Gallegos, a colorful and controversial priest and politician, and was built around 1857. In addition to being a chapel and an art gallery, it also housed soldiers and government officials during the Civil War. The protected courtyard features sunny luncheons in summer produced by an award winning local restaurant. As the third largest fine art market in the US, Santa Fe is full of galleries and museums in historical compounds such as the main office. With over 45 seasoned professionals with offices here, a visit allows fine dining and a connection with one of the market leaders in Santa Fe real estate, Sotheby's International Realty in Santa Fe.