Santa Fe New Mexico Neighborhoods
The Club at Las Campanas offers an extraordinary setting to enjoy an ideal life in Santa Fe. Recognized as a Platinum Club of America for 2014-2020, the Club's amenities include two championship Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses, Fitness, Tennis and Spa facility with seven synthetic clay courts, a well-equipped fitness center and professionally staffed Spa; and one of the finest Equestrian facilities in the Southwest.
If your looking for a mountain home in Santa Fe, NM, take a look at Sierra Del Norte for building your next home. Nestled in the magnificently rugged foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, just 3.3 miles away from the Santa Fe Plaza, the upscale Sierra del Norte neighborhood offers luxury, a variety of home styles, splendid panoramic views, and a five-star location. Piñon trees dot the hillsides and decorate the landscape. This Santa Fe real estate is considered the top of the line, and its elevation of 7,600 feet only underscores that fact.
Another great area to be connected to nature or if you'd like a ski home in Santa Fe, NM. From the Spanish words meaning red hills, “Cerros Colorados” is a neighborhood that is nestled in the foothills just a few minutes above the historic Santa Fe Plaza. This rugged landscape creates a sense of privacy for you to enjoy reading on the large covered patio while the sun goes down or listening to music and having a glass of wine.
Long famous for the Santa Fe fine art galleries, restaurants, and specialty shops, Canyon Road has become one of Santa Fe’s most popular attractions. 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.
The Santa Fe Summit neighborhood is home to some of the most highly desirable Santa Fe real estate. If your looking for a ski home in Santa Fe, NM, this area is great. It is located off of Hyde Park Road on the way to the ski area. Elegant homes, towering Ponderosa pines, and views seemingly all the way to Colorado are hallmarks of this unique area.
Guadalupe Historic & Railyard District, bordered on the east by the ancient Santuario de Guadalupe, the end of the Camino Real, and in the west by St. Francis Drive, this little neighborhood is a collection of beautifully-renovated adobes and up-and-comers. The lots are small and tidy. Short walking distance from the downtown Plaza, the Rail Runner train station, shops, and a quaint movie theater.
Established in the early part of the Twentieth Century to accommodate the growing railroad industry, the South Capital area has many different architectural styles. From bungalows to brick homes to older adobes, the different styles all work together to create a lovely mosaic. The trees are old and large, the sidewalks broad and well-planned. Wood Gormley elementary school is centrally located. Zachary’s personal home is located in the South Capital area and believes this area is the hidden jewel of Santa Fe.
With some homes dating back centuries, the neighborhoods of the Historic Eastside boast 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 lanes, recall the city’s early history and lend Santa Fe a unique heritage. Views are scarce here, but authenticity and atmosphere dominate.
Situated between Santa Fe’s historic Plaza and the Santa Fe Opera, Monte Sereno has always been a unique community. As we take in breathtaking views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains from thoughtfully positioned home sites, we feel a private relationship with the land, culture, and history of Santa Fe. But as we stroll the walking paths and encounter our friends and neighbors, we feel a deep connectedness to our community.
The picturesque, incorporated village of Tesuque enjoys a rural feel (there are still horse properties here) and is only five minutes north of Santa Fe, just beyond Bishop’s Lodge. Known for its valley of lush vegetation and the Tesuque River, as well as hilltop sites with views and traditional Northern New Mexico pinon and juniper, Tesuque attracts artists, professionals, retirees, second home owners, and celebrities looking to hide out. There is a small commercial community consisting of the landmark Tesuque Market, the restaurant El Nido and Shidoni Foundry.