If names like Acequia Madre, St. Johns, Old Pecos Trail, Old Santa Fe Trail, and Canyon Road don’t ring a bell, be assured that this region of town hosts many iconic images and names in Santa Fe lore. With winding neighborhood roads and stunning architecture, the neighborhoods that make up the City Southeast are all postcard worthy. Other notable neighborhoods include South Capitol and the Historic Eastside.
At it’s highest, homes overlook Wilderness Gate and St. Johns College and near the lowest, flowing traditional agricultural streams still babble in the spring months. While your home may border one of Santa Fe’s many famous residents, the convenient access to museums, restaurants, and galleries make this some of the most desirable real estate in the Southwest. Homes in this region embody the Santa Fe Style as well as blend naturally into the landscape and meandering streets.
With the Santa Fe River acting as it’s natural border to the north and the impending figure of Atalaya Mountain to the west, this picturesque section of the city defines the charm and natural beauty that Santa Fe has become globally renowned for.