Santa Fe’s Historic Eastside
With some homes dating back centuries, these neighborhoods include some of Santa Fe’s most photographed adobe homes and gardens. Hosting a mix of multi-generational families and newcomers, the homes, often hidden behind high walls and accessed by narrow, dirt roads, recall the city’s early history. Views are scarce in this area of town where authenticity and atmosphere dominate.
Nestled into the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Canyon Road is a magical half-mile art destination in the Historic District of Santa Fe. Stroll the picturesque street to experience fine art galleries, great shopping, and exquisite dining. Upper Canyon Road has long-established residences and the Randall Davey Audubon Center, encompassing 135 acres and miles of hiking trails, a nature store, and the historic house of artist Randall Davey.
Old Santa Fe Trail/Museum Hill
Stretching from the heart of Santa Fe to Missouri, this historic westward route has carried thousands to the Southwest. Now, Old Santa Fe Trail is known for its gracious adobe homes and newer architectural wonders. Around the ‘museum district’, housing the Museum Of International Folk Art, The Museum Of Indian Arts and Culture, The Wheelwright Museum Of The American Indian, the neighborhood lots are dotted with piñon and juniper.
Old Pecos Trail
Bordered in the northeast by Old Santa Fe Trail and in the southwest by the South Capitol area, the length of this road comprises a professional district and established communities. The local hospitals are located here as are many doctors’ offices.
Established in the early part of the Twentieth Century to accommodate the growing railroad industry, this area is represented by many different architectural styles—from bungalows to brick homes to older adobes, the different styles all work together. The trees are old and large, the sidewalks broad and well-planned. The top-rated Wood Gormley elementary school is centrally located in this neighborhood.
Guadalupe Historic & Railyard District
Bordered on the east by the Santuario de Guadalupe, the end of the Camino Real, and in the west by St. Francis Drive, this pocket neighborhood is a collection of beautifully-renovated adobes and up-and-comers. The lots are small and tidy. Short walking distance from the Plaza, the Rail Runner train station, and The Railyard development–home to the Violet Crown movie theater, Santa Fe Brewery and the award-winning Santa Fe Farmer’s Market.
Sol Y Lomas
Sol y Lomas is an older subdivision with established landscaping and located in the southeastern part of the city. Still close in, Sol y Lomas is perfect for those seeking more substantial homes on larger lots than found downtown. Most homes have garages and many properties also have guesthouses/studios.
Quail Run is a community of 265 individually owned and appointed condominium homes on 103 beautifully landscaped acres. The homes are complemented by a PGA-rated, par 32, nine hole golf course, Pro Bounce lighted tennis courts designed for high altitude play, a complete fitness center, a 65-foot indoor ozone purified pool, a full service restaurant, spa services and much more. All residences are located in a secure, gated environment allowing you to relax and enjoy yourself in this high desert oasis.
$4,200,000 - 12 BD/14 BA
3N-SF City SE North - Active
Sqft: 8162 - Acres: 0.4777
$3,950,000 - 6 BD/7 BA
3N-SF City SE North - Active
Sqft: 6723 - Acres: 1.2699
$2,200,000 - 2 BD/4 BA
3N-SF City SE North - Pending
Sqft: 4169 - Acres: 2.20354
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