Albuquerque Condo Rental Photos and Description
2 Bedrooms, 1.5 Baths (Sleeps 1-4),
Ongoing offer valid anytime: Book six days and get the lower weekly rate; book three weeks and you'll get the lower monthly rate. Please inquire about rates for more than two occupants as it is often less than what is computed by HomeAway
Newer, fully-furnished townhouse with utilities and weekly cleaning included in price. We are located in a small, four-unit complex, our unit being the largest and most private. Everything is provided for you except the groceries! Built in 2008, this two-story modern townhouse offers 1,150 sq. ft. and accommodates up to four persons. Short, medium and long term rental available with minimum stay of three nights. No tax required for stays of longer than one month.
Excellent central location within walking distance from Old Town, downtown Albuquerque and convention venues, and with easy access to I-40 and I-25. Neighborhood restaurants outside your door. An excellent neighborhood market one quarter mile to the south.
See www.lacasitabb.com for website details.
Clean and comfortably furnished with attention to detail. South-facing, private courtyard with deck and motorized awning provides warm, sheltered spot for colder weather sun worshippers.
Bicycle rental shop just around the corner.
- smoking allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the owner
We are new to Homeaway.com and this rental represented our first foray into this internet site. We worked hard at making the right choice among so many appealing offerings. We simply could not have done better than Sandia Mountain Condo! What you see is exactly what you get.........only better. This place is amazing. Absolutely spotlessly clean, fully furnished, environmentally friendly, beautifully decorated, bright, cheerful, and secure. The owners, Bill and Joseph, have taken a condo, lavished it the love and an eye to detail, and made it a home. The patio is a real joy and a relaxing place for a wake-up cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine at sunset. Downstairs is compact, but oh so comfortable. As far as media is concerned Bill and Joseph have got you covered. (Be sure to listen to FM 95.5 for soothing music any time of the day or night.) The two bedrooms are upstairs at the top of a short set of stairs, complete with a well-secured metal railing which was greatly appreciated. The bedrooms, especially the master, is more than roomy and has a huge walk-in closet. Area rugs help make the pine flooring attractive. Lighting is no problem and the beds are more comfortable than the ones we use at home. The entire condo is as environmentally friendly as one could make it. Sandia Mountain Condo is relatively new, thus everything was in working order and well maintained. If you needed anything, the owners were only a phone call away. They have thoughtfully provided their guests with a three-ring binder full of maps, information, flyers, suggestions, and advice regarding shopping, touring, and restaurants (sample menus even!). Now, as to location, the condo could not be better situated. You are within a three block walk to Old Town and the many museums, a fabulous bakery is right out your font door and
in New Mexican food is only a half block away. Bike rentals, a splendid grocery store, 7-Eleven and more are all within walking distance. Back to the bakery. Their products, all made on site, are amazing, most especially the pizza. The green chile bread, multi-grain bread are fabulous. So are their sweets, especially the empanadas and the best biscochitos in the State of New Mexico. If you want to travel by car, the interstates are only blocks away with easy access. We are so glad we made this choice. You will too. Thank you, Bill & Joseph. Terry, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky
Owners Bill Davis or Joseph Hoffman
Bill, a retired kindergarten special education teacher, has lived in Albuquerque since the early 1970s while Joseph, a retired physical therapist, has been a resident since 1987. Their combined knowledge of Albuquerque and New Mexico makes them able to answer almost any question you might have.
Our other vacation rental, located in a 100-year-old casita, provides an intimate, nostalgic feeling. We decided that we would also like to host guests nearby in a larger, more modern setting. Both properties are approximately 1/2 mile from Old Town.
No cleaning fee. We provide weekly cleaning and linen change for guests staying longer periods of time.
For bikers, walkers, joggers and birdwatchers, we are approx. 1.75 miles from Tingley Beach (fishing ponds), the Paseo del Bosque biking/walking/jogging trail and the Rio Grande itself. If you prefer, you can take the unpaved trail in the bosque (the cottonwood greenbelt) that parallels the river. Bicycle rental is just around the corner from Sandia Mountain Condo at Routes (routesrentals.com). They also offer tours.
Birdwatchers and nature lovers will not want to miss a drive south on I-25 to Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, best visited in the colder months when thousands of Sandhill cranes, snow geese and other feathered friends overwinter.
For those a little less active, walk or drive the 1/2 mile to the Old Town area to visit the iconic San Felipe de Neri church, stroll and shop. Right there also are the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, the Museum of Natural History and Science with the Lodestar Astronomy Center, and the Explora Children's Discovery Museum. The botanic gardens and aquarium are located another 1/3 mile from Old Town. From here you can take the little train to the Albuquerque BioPark Zoo to spend a few delightful hours.
The National Hispanic Cultural Center is 2.2 miles away (nhccnm.org). It has an excellent art museum with permanent and current exhibits. And if you're staying in our city for a longer period of time, try a Spanish course at Instituto Cervantes (www.albuquerque.cervantes.es).
www.indianpueblo.org will give further information about the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center ('Gateway to the 19 pueblos of New Mexico), located just 1.1 miles north of Sandia Mountain Condo.
In summary, you will not have a lack of things to do at centrally-located Sandia Mountain Condo! The owners, Bill and Joseph, can answer any questions you may have about getting the most out of your stay in Albuquerque.