Guides

  • Casa Solana

    The Casa Solana neighborhood was originally developed in the 1950’s and 1960’s by developer Alan Stamm. He was famous for incorporating unique Santa Fe features such as vigas, kiva fireplaces…

  • Los Alamos

    Los Alamos is Spanish for “the Cottonwoods”. Los Alamos is a town in Los Alamos County, New Mexico, United States recognized as the birthplace of the first atomic bomb. Los Alamos National Laboratory  is located here. Los…

  • Aldea

    Aldea, a Spanish word meaning ‘small village’ is a modern residential community based on traditional Spanish Colonial towns. Homes are gathered about a central commercial and civic plaza. Built on a…

  • Eldorado

    Eldorado is a subdivision just outside Santa Fe that was started in the early 1970’s as a solar community, with homes incorporating active and/or passive solar heating design, primarily on…

  • Historic Eastside

    Adobe Homes and Historic Santa Fe Properties are the hallmark of the eastside of Santa Fe. Canyon Road is one of the most famous roads in the United States when…

  • Las Campanas

    Las Campanas was established in 1992 as a luxury master-planned community in Santa Fe. Las Campanas is surrounded by mountains and high desert terrain and covers approximately 4,700 acres and is only…

  • Tesuque

    Tesuque is a small village approximately ten minutes north of downtown Santa Fe. This area is a mix of generational inhabitants and newcomers who appreciate this natural valley setting. The…

  • Monte Sereno

    Monte Sereno is located just northwest of downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. The community sits on approximately 600 acres of land, and is entitled 275 residential home sites.This master-planned residential resort…