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Santa Fe Neighborhoods



Homes: $750,000 to over $3 million  
Condos: $500,000 – $2 million
Land: $350,000 to over $1 million

The Eastside is the historic core of Santa Fe. It is characterized by authentic adobe homes, many being over 100 years old, nestled along narrow and winding streets. A charming area, it is lush in summer with many shade trees and hidden gardens behind adobe walls. Find a small pieds-a-terre or a spacious estate in this area with old world ambiance.

It is here in the eastside where many of Santa Fe’s renowned galleries, restaurants, and museums are found.

Areas within the core of the Eastside are:
Canyon Road, Acequia Madre, Camino del Monte Sol, Garcia Street, East Alameda, Old Santa Fe Trail, Palace Avenue, the SAnta Fe Plaza

The Eastside also extends into the foothills behind St. John’s College. Homes in this area are built on one to five acres with very hilly topography. Many properties have views to the Rio Grande Valley and are surrounded by mature juniper and pinon trees.

This area includes:
Wilderness Gate, Ponderosa Ridge, the Museum District, Gonzales Road, and Upper Canyon Road.

Condominium communities on the Eastside include:
Plaza Chamisal, Los Miradores, The Compound, Acequia Compound, Las Vistas, Magdelena Compound, and Las Puertas.


(Homes $500,000 to over $3,000,000 / Land $300,000 – $1,000,000)

Just north and east of the plaza 5-10 minutes are the rolling pinon covered hills of Santa Fe’s Northside. Lots tend to be 1-2 acres in size. Terrific views of the Sangre de Cristos and over the City are common. Around the Governor’s mansion area, many homes were built in the 1960 -1980 period and may be dated. Others have been renovated to today’s elegant standards. On the prime view sites, luxury estates, characterized by amazing sites and the finest of finishes, are found in the $2,000,000+ range.

This area includes:
The Governor’s Mansion area, Circle Drive, Brownell Holland, Sirerra del Norte, Los ceros Colorados and the Summit.


(Homes: $400,000 to over $1,000,000 / Land: $250,000 to $400,000)

Close to the Santa Fe Plaza, this area is a blend of neighborhoods built in the 1940s to the 1960s, as well as some of Santa Fe’s newest homes.
Older homes, between 1,500 to 2,000 square feet, sell from $325,000 to $600,00.
New homes of the same size sell from $500,000 to $1,000,000.
Neighborhoods with new homes tend to enjoy city and mountain views and to have larger lots.

Northwest areas include:
Casa Solana, West Alameda Corridor, and Las Estrellas

Condominium and Townhome communities in this area include:
Zocalo, Cibola Compound, and Cielo Grande, Ridge Pointe, The Villas, The Reserve


(Homes: $200,000 to $600,000/ Land: rare)

The Westside is characterized by small homes (1,400 to 1,800 square feet) on lots of 4,000 square feet. Most of these homes were built within the last 50 years. Prices range from the high $100,000s (for homes that need updating) to the mid $500,000s for newly renovated homes.

Neighborhoods within the Westside are:
Agua Fria Street, Franklin Street, Kathryn Street, Alto Street, Closson Street, and Alarid.

A condominium community within this area is Pueblo Alegre.


(Homes: $650,000 to $3 million/ Land: $300,000 to $700,000)

Southeast of Santa Fe’s Plaza you will find a mix of older neighborhoods (built at the turn of the last century) and homes and condominiums built since the 1970s. Prices range from $400,000 to over $1 million.

Neighborhoods within the Southeast side include:
Sol y Lomas, the South Capital District, De Vargas Heights, the Zia Road Corridor, the Old Santa Fe Trail Corridor, Las Venturas, and Cloudstone Drive.

Condominium communities include:
Quail Run and San Sebastian Condominiums.


(Homes: $150,000 to $500,000/ Land: $150,000-$250,000)

Most of Santa Fe’s growth has occurred in the Southwest side since the 1970s. Neighborhoods in this area were built by large developers on lots ranging in size between 5,000 and 10,000 square feet. The Southwest side is convenient to shopping malls, St. Vincent Hospital, and most medical offices.

Neighborhoods within this area are:
Bellamah, Las Estacias, Rancho Viejo, Tierra Contenta, Las Acequias, and Casa Alegre.

Condominium communities include:
Vista de Zia , Tierra de Vista, and Park Plazas.


Santa Fe County is vast and varied, characterized by many microenvironments.


Fifteen minutes west of Downtown Santa Fe is Las Campanas, an internationally known golf and equestrian community developed by Lyle Anderson. Everything about Las Campanas speaks quality – from its 2 Jack Nicolas golf courses, fabulous spa and tennis facility, and dining venues. Outstanding homes and town homes with spectacular views are available from $550,000 to $8 million. One acre + lots are available from the $100,000’s to $1,000,000 +.


(Homes: $500,000 to $1 million/ Land: $150,000 to $1 million)

Just ten minutes north of Santa Fe, Tesuque was originally a small Hispanic village. Bounded by the Santa Fe National Forest to the east and the Tesuque Pueblo to the north, this village has retained much of its Hispanic heritage. Bishop’s Lodge Road winds through the Tesuque Valley, following the intermittent flow of the Tesuque River. Tesuque is known for its large cottonwood trees, orchards, and pastures.
Above the valley, among the sandy hills, parcels of land can be found that range in size from 2.5 to 15 acres. Many of these lots have sweeping views overlooking the Rio Grande Valley.

Neighborhoods in and around Tesuque include:
Los Caminitos, Vista Redondo, Bishop’s Lodge Estates, Bishop’s Lodge Hills and Villas, San Ysidro, and the villages of Chupadero and Rio en Medio.


(Homes: $700,000 to over $2 million/ Land: $225,000 to $1,000,000)

Arroyo Hondo is known for its level terrain and open meadows – perfect for horse owners. Lots tend to be at least five acres in size. Arroyo Hondo is ten minutes from down town Santa Fe, with great southern and western views.
The Old Las Vegas Trail Corridor is just east of Arroyo Hondo and in the foothills. Pinon and juniper cover is thicker than Arroyo Hondo, and many hills have dramatic rock outcroppings. Lots range in size from 2.5 to 10 acres.


(Homes: $350,000 to $700,000/ Land: $150,000 to $250,000)

Fifteen minutes south of Santa Fe, El Dorado is a satellite community to Santa Fe, with its own elementary school, a small shopping center, and a self-contained water system. Laid out along various green belts, houses look over the open grasslands of the ranch from which it was carved. There are mountain views in all directions, including the Jemez Mountains, the Sangre de Cristos, and the Ortiz Mountains.

Clustered around El Dorado are smaller subdivisions with lots ranging in size from 2.5 to 5 acre. These include East Ranch, The Ridges, Tierra Sabrosa, and Old Road Ranch.


(Homes: $450,000 to over $1 million/ Land: $200,000 to over $1 million)

These two villages are old and picturesque. Lamy (named for the first archbishop of Santa Fe) was the closest stop on the old Santa Fe Railway to Santa Fe itself. Today, trains stop at the old depot, around which are clustered a handful of homes. Galisteo is fifteen minutes farther south of Lamy. An old Hispanic village, set along the Galisteo River, Galisteo reflects old-world adobe charm. Surrounding ranch lands recall the days of the Wild West. In fact, many Westerns and films with more contemporary themes are filmed in the Galisteo area.

Jeffrey Harakal 505-570-7106  •  Chris Haynes (505) 660-6121  •
Sotheby's International Realty 326 Grant Ave, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
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