Townhouse with unobstructed views of the Sangre and Jemez mountain ranges from every window. Sunset deck off master bedroom. Second bedroom also has full bath. Located in quiet neighborhood w/ lots of open space and miles of trails. 2 car garage. Gas kiva fireplace, beams and vigas exudes Southwestern feel.
Santa Fe enjoys a semi-arid climate. Due to the 7000-ft elevation, summers are extremely mild with warm sunny days and cool breezy nights. Air conditioning is seldom necessary in Santa Fe (although this townhouse does include it). Nestled between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains (east) and the Jemez Mountains (west), winters are usually mild although nights are often below freezing. The low humidity and clear blue skies free from and smog produces one of the most healthful in the US. Sun shines 300 days/yr.
As an Easterner, this climate is super, as the aridness produces much sunshine and little humidity, which, at both hot and cold temperatures, makes one feel great
Skiing and reservations: Santa Fe Ski Bowl is 30 minutes away by car with good road conditions. Taos is 60 minutes away with good road conditions.
To reserve, please first contact me through email or phone. I require a 50% deposit at the time of booking. The balance is due 4 weeks before your arrival, at which time I send you directions, how to get the key, etc. Minimum age is 24.
Nearby sights and activities: We're just 15 minutes from the Santa Fe Plaza and a short ride to Bandelier National Monument and Native American pueblos. Santa Fe offers many museums including the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum and the International Museum of Folk Arts, a fascinating children's museum, and Canyon Road, a winding street of art galleries and fine shops and restaurants. In summer, the Santa Fe Opera and the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival put on highly-praised performances. The Lensic Theater, near the town plaza, is open year-round presenting a wide range of music, dance, and talk. A beautiful 60-mile drive along the High Road brings you to the unique and colorful town of Taos.
Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Wheelwright Museum, Santa Fe Children's Museum, and Palace of the Governors. Also numerous art galleries including those found on famous Canyon Road.
More...: Excellent restaurants featuring cuisine from around the world: shopping, massage: the exquisite Japanese-style bathhouse, Ten-Thousand Waves, and other health spas. For outdoor enthusiasts: Indian ruins, hiking, biking, golf, tennis, wildlife, horseback riding, river running, downhill and cross-country skiing, and more. Marvelous world-class festivals found only in Santa Fe including Indian Market, Spanish Market, International Jazz and World Music Festival, and Hot-Air Balloon Fiesta just an hour away in Albuquerque.
Lots of original artwork by both the owner and local Native Americans hung in the condo.