Rancho Viejo – The Neighborhoods of Santa Fe, New Mexico
11 E. Saddleback Mesa
I usually don’t include homes for sale in my blog, but I wanted to post this new listing because I’ll be hosting an “Open House” this Sunday, May 20th from 1:00 to 3:00. Lisa Orlando and I are marketing this Rancho Viejo Townhome and it is priced to bring instant attention. It is very chic, colorful and stylish, offering 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. You will find many make-you-swoon upgrades such as exquisite slate floors, custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, wonderful outdoor spaces and the most magnificent views. This one will make your knees buckle.
Rancho Viejo is a neighborhood just 20 minutes from downtown Santa Fe and is developed on 11,000 acres of the former Rancho Viejo Cattle Ranch. Peppered with Juniper and Pinon pines, the subdivision is a collection of villages, each with its own central gathering plaza. 50% of the land is dedicated to natural open space. There’s the Lucky Bean Coffee House in the center and Santa Fe Place (formerly The Villa Linda Mall) is just 5 minutes away featuring Dillard’s, Sears, Gap and Regal Theaters, to name a few. The 13,000 student campus of the Community College is located in Rancho Viejo, as is the Institute of American Indian Arts.
“From out of the clear blue of the western sky…comes Sky King!”
I remember television’s Sky King and his niece, Penny, from my childhood as they would flying their Cessna over vast ranch lands. I still get the same feeling today as I had then when I’d dream about Life in the American West.
I’ll see you in the neighborhood,