Santa Fe Real Estate

New Mexico's capital city, founded in 1610, boasts an extraordinary variety of houses. The earliest, built with adobe (sun-dried earth) bricks, survive from a time when it was the administrative center of Spain's province of Nuevo Mexico.

Santa Fe has Spanish-era adobe homes dating back to the 1720s. The basic "Santa Fe style" house, modeled after those of the early Pueblo Indians, has earth-colored walls outside and beautiful troweled-plaster walls inside that most pleasingly contrast with the rich wood of the viga ceilings. These are still being built, but now with an eye to sustainable materials and practices. Santa Fe also has contemporary homes that exhibit architectural brilliance, often with more glass, steel, and hard angles playing against the softer, traditional plastered walls and beamed ceilings. With this range, Santa Fe has a built environment that's all it's own.

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Santa Fe Real Estate Market

Santa Fe real estate is as diverse as the city itself. Property types include everything from condos and single-family homes to ranches and sprawling estates. Ranging in price from under $100,000 to upwards of $15,000,000, prospective buyers are sure to find a Santa Fe property perfectly suited to their budget and lifestyle.

Santa Fe homes for sale are found throughout many residential neighborhoods and districts, each with its own unique charms and history. This is evident in the various architectural styles found throughout the city, which include Pueblo Style, Greek Revival, Queen Anne, and Arts and Crafts bungalows.

The architecture of Santa Fe Homes: The "Santa Fe Style"

Architecture in Santa Fe is steeped in history and culture and as such, it has become an important aspect of the city. Influenced by different cultures and eras, including the indigenous Pueblo people, and Spanish Colonial and Mexican periods, the distinctive architectural "Santa Fe Style" was born.

Recognizable elements of Santa Fe properties include adobe and stucco exteriors with natural earth tones, flat roofs, colorful doors, and coyote fences. New homes and buildings in Santa Fe include many of these features, combined with contemporary design elements, successfully weaving the old with the new.

Santa Fe Community Highlights

  • Homes are available in a wide range of prices, types & styles
  • Nearby major thoroughfares including I-25, Hwy 285 & NM 599
  • Plenty of outdoor recreation opportunities, including hiking & biking
  • Numerous historical sites & districts to visit
  • Art galleries & museums galore
  • World-renowned New Mexican cuisine & shopping
  • Various events, festivals & celebrations held throughout the year

Living in Santa Fe, New Mexico

santa fe arts and cultureLiving in Santa Fe provides plenty of opportunities for people of all ages and stages of life, offering Northern New Mexico's finest in art, entertainment, and more.

It's no secret that the city has a thriving arts and culture scene. In fact, Santa Fe is the third-largest art market in the United States, attracting locals, tourists, and international collectors alike. Santa Fe is similarly known for its rich history, spanning back thousands of years. As such, there are plenty of museums and historical sites in the area.

Shopping and trade in Santa Fe also dates back thousands of years and includes a diversity seldom found in other cities. Similarly diverse are the restaurants and eateries found in Santa Fe, though it's most famous for its New Mexican cuisine featuring green chile peppers.


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