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Santa Fe offers some of the best Art Markets around! Recognized world wide you will love the experience of an art market no matter which one you go to. From the Folk Art to the Spanish Market, immerse yourself in history, artistry and of course the immense amounts of phenomenal art. Fill your summer with art and authenticity!

International Folk Art Market
Traditional Spanish Market
Contemporary Hispanic Market
Santa Fe Indian Market

International Folk Art Market
July 13-15

For the past fifteen years this market has given folk artists around the world who celebrate and preserve their folk traditions platform to show of their one of a kind creations. As a non-profit the International Folk Art Market focuses on bettering the lives of those around

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Whether you are visiting Santa Fe or already live here, there are so many things to do throughout the month of July! From the International Folk Art Market, Santa Fe Bandstand, Pancakes on The Plaza to a relaxing day at Ten Thousand waves. Santa Fe has something for everybody! Outdoor activities offer the most scenic and beautiful views, while shopping on The Historic Plaza offers one of a kind turquoise pieces for sale and free live music. Don’t forget to try our award winning red and green chile or take a cooking class and learn how to make it yourself! Santa Fe is historic and enchanting, offering beauty everywhere you look, and don't forget to awe over our jaw dropping sunsets.

31 Things to do in July:

  • Railyard Movies/Music
  • Music on
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Thinking about moving to or from Santa Fe, but not sure where to start? We sat down with Santa Fe Properties Relocation Director, Vicki Wafer, to learn more about relocation services from Santa Fe Properties.

What’s the first thing that people ask you about relocation services?

Everyone asks, how much do relocation services cost? Relocation services from Santa Fe Properties are a complimentary. When you're moving into a new city you want someone that isn't going to just sell you a home but they're going to help you find your place in the community, and that’s what we provide.

How do you help people moving to Santa Fe?

Everyone has interests and needs, my brokers help their clients find their place in the community. So whether they’re

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Celebrated and storied, Santa Fe’s culinary prowess draws legions of hungry locals and visiting foodies every day to a satisfying selection of generational New Mexican dishes, innovative fine dining and just about everything else in-between.

And now more than ever, their insatiable hunger for innovation has grown beyond Santa Fe’s famously quintessential quandary of ‘Red or Green?’ to a new dining paradise built on farm-to-table sourcing, where dishes rooted in a foundational-fusion of old and new have taken their place in the hearts, minds and stomachs of patrons alike. Whether it’s Carne Adovada Eggrolls at Dr. Field Goods or Chicken and Waffles at The Loyal Hound, diners are finding joy from these new and exciting comfort dishes, paired

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40 SILVER SADDLE, LAMY
Open Wednesday, January 30th - 10am to 3pm

2 Beds, 3 Baths, 12.53 Acres, 3,729 ft²

Master views in all directions from the Galisteo Basin, Sandias, Jemez and Sangre de Cristos. Bruce Davis has designed this stately one level house and added a separate long-view tower office at roof-level. The large living room leads to a cozy dining room. The Master Suite has a room-size closet, a steam/shower and a bathtub. French Doors open from the guest room and ensuite bath onto a romantic courtyard. The large eat-in kitchen has a fireplace and opens to the striking veranda overlooking the Galisteo Basin and well beyond.

The views are protected and the night sky is stellar! With a shared well on 12.5 gentle acres, there is a stucco

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recipe intro

Golden Beet Tartare Endive Cups - Makes one dozen

Ingredients

  • 2 Golden beets, beet greens removed and washed well
  • 4 T. Olive oil
  • 2 T. Fresh lemon juice
  • 1 t. Honey
  • ¼ c. Fresh chives, thinly sliced
  • 1 t. Dried lavender crushed gently
  • 4-6 Belgian endive heads (or 2 romaine hearts)
  • Salt and pepper, to taste

Prepare Ahead: make the beet tartare (up to 3 days before)

  1. Preheat oven to 375 f.
  2. Poke beets a few times with a fork to allow steam to escape and rub a little olive oil over beets.
  3. Roast for around one hour or until beets are tender when pierced with a knife.
  4. While beets are roasting, make the vinaigrette. In a medium bowl, whisk together the remaining 3 T. Of olive oil, fresh lemon juice, honey,
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Builder Rob Gibbs continues a tradition of excellence at Villas di Toscana.

To know builder Rob Gibbs of Arete Homes is to truly understand the deeply-rooted passion that drives him to masterfully blend quality, affordability and livability into his homes.  Rob chose the word ‘Arete’—Greek for ‘virtue’ and ‘excellence’ as well as French for ‘mountain crest’—because it uniquely embodies his efforts to be the best in all aspects of his work as a homebuilder.  
From his open and dynamic energy-efficient floorplans to the high-end finishes and appliances that grace his homes for comfort and ease of living, Rob’s attention to detail at Villas di Toscana is turning heads with a wide variety of homebuyers in Santa Fe and beyond.  

It’s no surprise

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26 Eagle Peak • MLS# 201703274 • $299,000

A popular single-level Yarrow model in the desirable subdivision of Windmill Ridge in Rancho Viejo, 26 Eagle Peak features an open floor plan with good separation of space, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, eat-in kitchen with breakfast bar as well as new laminate flooring, tile, swamp cooler and carpeting.  "You can walk out the door, cross the street and have immediate access to fifteen miles of trails," touts listing broker Patrick Coe. "And with all its amenities, upgrades and ideal and quite location minutes from Santa Fe Community College and Santa Maria de la Paz, this is a must see home."

From vista-rich in-town homes in established neighborhoods to newer developments such as Windmill Ridge in Rancho

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Santa Fe residents enjoy a seemingly endless wellspring of amazing places to eat, culture to enjoy and nature to explore. But what would you do if you only had 24 hours in The City Different? We asked Santa Fe Properties' associate brokers to boil it down to the perfect Santa Fe day.  

 

 

Shop Eldorado’s Friday night Farmers Market, and then whisk away to the nearby Galisteo Basin Preserve to view the dazzling star-studded night skies with friends. 

-Sue Garfitt

 

Breakfast at Tia Sophia’s followed by a stroll downtown to view the jewelry for sale outside of The Plaza at Palace of the Governors. Then on to lunch at Tomasita’s for chicken enchiladas Christmas, with an afternoon soaking at Ten Thousand Waves before catching a

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Just a short stroll from the wonder of Canyon Road as well as all the best of The City Different, 919 Acequia Madre is a spacious one-level Eastside compound with an open floorplan, guest house, high viga ceilings and well proportioned public rooms perfect for hanging all your essential pieces of art. "The spaciousness of this seemingly small and tucked-in home and its amazing location can't be beat," says associate broker Susan Munroe of Team Munroe-Smith. "It's the perfect home to enjoy every season on the Eastside."

The home's master suite opens into the garden, and a second bedroom, bath and office lie off a corridor at the far end of this Pueblo style home. A convenient kitchen, four wood burning fireplaces, Saltillo tiles, handcrafted

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