Pecos Real Estate
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Northeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico, lays an abundance of communities that are rich in history. Pecos is a small village perched on the edge of the Pecos Wilderness and the Santa Fe National Forest. Built along the Pecos River, which flows from the north, out of the Santa Fe National Forest, the population of Pecos is growing much faster than other parts of San Miguel County, partly because Pecos is within commuting distance of Santa Fe, approximately 26 miles to the west. And Peco real estate is beautiful, to boot.
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Pecos Real Estate Market
The Pecos real estate market is made up of a limited number of single-family homes, many with riverfront views. Whether you're searching for a log cabin or a Pueblo design, you'll be able to find something in this city. The homes in Pecos are beautifully updated, affordable and immaculately maintained., just waiting for your personal touches. And you'll love the easy access to nearby Pecos Wilderness and fly fishing locations.
The Pecos Wilderness encompasses over 220,000 acres of pristine wilderness offering hiking, horseback riding, fly fishing, backpacking and more. The vast trail system in the wilderness is designed for day trips and extended backpacking opportunities for all levels of hikers. The Pecos River offers many private and public fishing opportunities. The ruins at the Pecos National Historic Park are worth exploring. The remains of an Indian pueblo, thousands of years of rich history is preserved for visitors to Pecos National Historic Park. Weathered adobe walls of a Spanish church share a ridge with the pueblo ruins, which extend for a quarter mile along a ridge in a valley shared by the Glorieta Creek and the Pecos River. Glorieta, Rowe and Canoncito are small communities located in the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains near Pecos.
Pecos Community Highlights
- Home to well-respected schools including Pecos Elementary, Pecos Middle and Pecos High School
- Popular destination for hunting, fishing, camping and hiking
- Properties are affordable and well maintained
- Small town charm with big city amenities