Sante Fe’s Historic Eastside Properties Make News –
Recently, Mansion Global, published an article about Santa Fe living with a focus on homes on the eastside. It is a compelling read for those of you thinking of moving to Santa Fe, either as a part time resident or a full time Santa Fean.
Here are some take-aways from the article.
“The area is close to shops, galleries, restaurants and more.”
“It’s a true four-season climate, with more than 300 days of sunshine a year.”
“The city’s Historic Eastside, which includes one of the town’s most famous streets, Canyon Road, is among the most desirable places to live in Santa Fe. These addresses are close to shops, galleries and restaurants but still offer great views and privacy.”
“The Historic Eastside is full of Pueblo traditional architecture.”
“Santa Fe is at the southern tip of the Rocky Mountains, so you get the sunshine of the southwest and the beauty of the Rockies.”
“For what’s a relatively small town, it’s fairly sophisticated, we have fabulous restaurants, world-class arts and a lot of interesting people who live here.”
“The Northern New Mexican cuisine makes ample use of the red and green chiles that grow in the state, especially from Hatch, which is well-known for its green chiles.”
“The city also hosts several art markets throughout the summer, including the Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival, Santa Fe International Folk Art Market and the well-known Santa Fe Indian Market, which brings a big crowd to town every year.”
“Many people start with second homes in Santa Fe, and then, often, settle or retire here.”
“Our market is driven by second-home buyers. There’s no industry here except tourism and the state capital.”
“…many part-time Santa Fe residents hail from Texas, California and New York, among other places.”
What’s your reason for wanting to move here? Of you already live here, what is your why for living here? Send me an email with your comments about Santa Fe living.
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