Peaceful. Friendly. Convenient. That’s how residents describe the DeVargas Heights neighborhood in Santa Fe. With its broad streets and mature trees, DeVargas Heights has a pleasant, old-fashioned feel. Many houses hail from the Seventies and Eighties. These homes feel sturdy and flecked with charm, if a bit dated. The neighborhood’s location, at the hub of some of Santa Fe’s more upmarket neighborhoods, is a boon. For Downtown Santa Fe buyers looking for value, DeVargas Heights offers a favored location at a more favorable price.
Comparatively affordable, blessed with broad streets, mature trees and an old-fashioned neighborly feel, Casa Solana is one of our top picks for a primary home or investment property in the downtown area. Casa Solana is about a mile west of the Plaza. It’s location puts it within walking or rolling distance of the center of […]
Tesuque is a good choice for people who want Santa Fe amenities close-at-hand, yet prefer a more rural feel. From the tiny village itself to the lush valley near the river, to the pinyon-juniper studded hills toward Chupadero, Tesuque offers a variety of landscapes and lifestyles. Properties range from bucolic horse farms to expressive little […]
Welcome to the traditional village of Agua Fria, a community rooted, by history and values, to the resource –“Cool Water”– from which it takes its name. Archaeological digs show that this land was inhabited as far back as 3,000 B.C. The village itself considers its founding date to be 1640, the date of the first recorded […]
How do you spell South Capitol? Or is it South Capital? South Cap is one of Santa Fe’s most beloved downtown neighborhoods. Look on the web and you’ll find the name spelled both ways. So which is it: capitAl or capitOl? Although their spellings are almost the same, the two words refer to two different things: one, a […]