Water Gathering Place

Pojoaque

Just 15 minutes north of Santa Fe, the wondrously diverse and picturesque Pojoaque Valley sits at the intersection of numerous corridors into Northern New Mexico, and is most notably home to The Pueblo of Pojoaque.


From family adobe homes to custom built luxury contemporaries, Pojoaque homes for sale range in pricing from $150K to a million plus. Buyers are attracted to the varied home inventory, Pojoaque's enticing range of cultural, dining and entertainment choices and the easy commute to Santa Fe, Los Alamos, and Taos.


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Pojoaque Home Statistics

Average Price $713K
Lowest Price $475K
Highest Price $950K
Total Listings 2
Avg. Days On Market 288
Avg. Price/SQFT $278

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More About Pojoaque Homes For Sale

The Pojoaque real estate market beautifully comprises a lovely selection of acreages and adobe style properties. So whether you prefer to build your own property or invest in a turn-key residence, you'll have the pick of the lot in Pojoaque. Inside these homes, you'll find tremendous amounts of character that the entire family will enjoy. With high ceilings, exposed beam, kiva fireplaces and more, these residences exude New Mexican charm.

Similar to nearby Nambe, there are also a variety of lots and land to build your dream home. There properties are spacious, private and ideal for residential development. Additionally, their affordable price tags appeal to even the most discerning of buyers. Invest in a Pojoaque property for sale and construct your picture-perfect Western home today.

Pojoaque Community Highlights

Pojoaque or "Po-suwae-geh Owingeh" translates to 'water gathering place' in Kewa. Founded as a Spanish Colonial mission, Pojoaque was abandoned during the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 and wasn't resettled until about 1706. Before the Spanish Colonial Era in New Mexico, the Pojoaque area was settled indigenously around 500 AD with its highest population spiking in the 15th and 16th Centuries. The Pueblo is a Tewa-speaking Rio Grande Pueblo, and member of the Eight Northern Pueblos with feast days in December and January.

Today, The Pojoaque Pueblo is the largest employer in the valley, with several business enterprises that include three casino locations, including the luxurious The Buffalo Thunder resort and casino which opened in 2008. With its casino, spa, three award-winning golf courses and a choice of six fantastic restaurants, The Buffalo Thunder Resort is the largest in the state of New Mexico, with guests visiting from all points on the globe.

An invested part of its community, the pueblo has a wellness center with a gym, library, senior center and a boys and girls club, open to tribal and non-tribal members.

Striving to preserve the culture and traditional art of Tewa-speaking pueblos, The Poeh Cultural Center in Pojoaque features amazing pueblo art, exhibits and traditional Indian dances. With the largest Indian arts and crafts shop in northern New Mexico, visitors love to visit and shop Pojoaque for locally made pottery, rugs, sculpture, kachinas, sand paintings and other pieces.

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