Santa Fe Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 2 Bedrooms, 1.5 Baths, (Sleeps 4 in beds plus sofa-bed))
WINTER SPECIAL NOVEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY: $100./nt for 3-6 nights; $95/night for 7 or more nights.
This well decorated condo overlooks the city to the Plaza, its Cathedral visible, and beyond to the Santa Fe Mountains. A supermarket and a compliment of shops and restaurants are two blocks away, the famed Plaza another 6 blocks. The Santa Fe Opera is just over the hill, a 10 minute drive; the SF ski area just 16 miles.
Dozens of fine restaurants, a full compliment of those southwestern style, are within a few minutes drive, as well as museums, Indian Ruins, and venues for all sorts of activities: hiking, mountain climbing, etc.; and in the winter, skiing just 16 miles away, and in Taos.
Festivals and fiestas run year around, especially in the summer and fall: Indian and Spanish markets, the Albuquerque Balloon Festival, and Santa Fe Opera, to name but a few.
Canyon Road, with scores of art galleries, as well as those scattered through the city, makes Santa Fe the second largest art market in the country.
PS We have just installed Digital, cable service with Comcast--and a new 32' HD Sony TV.
PPS: Horseback Riding! Fred Espinosa, a very savvy, experienced wrangler, has a beautiful set up in Tesuque, just a few miles up 285/84, with a range of beautiful horses and trails. Reasonable rates. Call Lori, 575 751 6180
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets considered
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
- non smoking only
We escape the Texas heat in summer; we seek the mountains and dry coolness of New Mexico winters. And we eat well in every season. We have fallen in love, again and again, with Santa Fe.
Scott purchased this condo in 2006
Why Scott chose Santa Fe
Free, ample parking. Great view! Easy access to all points in and around Santa Fe. Air conditioning in summer. A quiet respite from the hurly burly of the Plaza after a full day eating and shopping.
What makes this condo unique
Santa Fe has more culture than a dozen cities many times its size