ALBUQUERQUE AND SURROUNDING NEIGHBORHOODS
The UNM Area offers many unique homes close to the restaurants, galleries, and amenities of vibrant Nob Hill. A variety of homes in established neighborhoods are close to hospitals, the universities, downtown, Kirtland Air Force Base, and Sandia National Laboratories.
In the Old Town and Downtown areas you will find a little bit of everything from charming historic adobes, newer urban condos, and the tree lined estates of the Country Club neighborhood.
The North Valley offers a green swath of pasture and trees along with Rio Grande. Everything from patio homes, to new construction neighborhoods on larger parcels, and older horse properties can be found in this area. Just north you will find the village of Corrales. One-acre plus properties can be found with beautiful mountain views. Styles range from Santa Fe adobes to custom designed home.
North Albuquerque Acres is located on the northeast end of town. Larger lots and custom homes prevail with some including horse facilities. Many newer homes and developments are also located in Albuquerque Acres East just north of Paseo Del Norte. The Northeast Heights is centrally located and offers many established neighborhoods and parks.
Nestled at the base of the Sandia Mountain you will find the Foothills and Sandia Heights neighborhoods. Contemporary stunners, southwest, and ranch style homes abound with wonderful city and mountain views, walking and cycling trails on the eastside of town. The Four Hills area is a combination of older established neighborhoods and newer construction located in the Southeast corner of ABQ.
The Westside of Albuquerque offers both mature neighborhoods and newer construction developments close to hospitals, restaurants, and shopping amenities west of the Rio Grande.
LIVING IN THE SOUTHWEST
From pueblo style architecture to New Mexican cuisine, there is no shortage of culture found exclusively in NM. Albuquerque has a balanced four seasons and 310 days of sunshine each year. It is known for its beautiful sunrises and the sunsets that turn the Sandia Mountains the color of watermelon. Albuquerque is the hot air balloon capital of the world and hosts The International Balloon Fiesta every fall, showcasing thousands of hot air balloons and attracting attendees from the world over. ABQ is a 45 minute drive to Santa Fe and 2 hours to Taos. These qualities contribute to it being ranked as a top US place to raise children, retire, and enjoy a multitude of available outdoor activities.