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Access all Santa Fe luxury homes for sale below! Pristine piñon-laden ridges with views galore deep in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristos, dynamic tree-lined South Capitol streets minutes from The Plaza, 68,000 acres of pristine New Mexican high-desert northwest of town at Las Campanas: regardless of where you look in the Santa Fe area you'll discover the amazing estates that define luxury but defy definition. Homes that gracefully compliment the area's dramatic landscape, ever-changing light, as well as clients' personal interests and passions.

There is no one definition of luxury living in Santa Fe. Instead, there is a range of options that interpret the area’s dramatic landscape and ever-changing light, and suit personal interests and passions. One could find a ranch-style hacienda with room for equestrian pursuits outside city limits; a contemporary, in-town pied-a-terre with quick access to renowned galleries, restaurants, and museums; a historic East Side home that honors Santa Fe heritage with authentic adobe construction and mud plaster techniques, hand-hewn beams, vigas, and chiseled stonework; a gated residence in the rolling piñon and juniper-covered hills northwest of town near the world-renowned, open-air opera house; or a mountain retreat among the spruce and ponderosa pines that lead to the ski valley. The common thread for all fine residences in Santa Fe is that they display a devotion to the comforts of modern living, exemplary craftsmanship, historical appreciation, and a peaceful ambiance that is second nature to true Santa Fe design. Luxury living in Santa Fe allows homeowners to live their dream of the Santa Fe experience—no matter how one chooses to define that dream.

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Professional Equine Competitions

HIPICO Equestrian venue is one of the most beautifully dramatic Equine fields in America. The Summer Series has Polo, Dressage, Hunter/Jumper Competition.

You may visit the VIP Covered Lounge for food & beverage for a small entry fee....otherwise the events are free and you are encouraged to Tailgate.

Visit the Website to see all of the exciting Equestrian Events for Summer, 2019. Website


The Art Immersion Experience...Meow Wolf. This is like nothing you have ever experienced!

The Meow Wolf Emersion Experience created by "Game Of Thrones" writer George R.R. Martin is a one of kind gallery funhouse!

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5200 OLD SANTA FE TRAIL, SANTA FE      $7,900,000.00     

Truly a treasure of the American Southwest. Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, overlooking historic Santa Fe, New Mexico, the property showcases the unique, rustic beauty of the high desert. From the moment you enter through the unassuming front gates of this breathtaking estate, you experience why New Mexico is called the Land of Enchantment. This 36 acre property provides a distinct backdrop for a magnificent estate that exemplifies the wonders of the Southwest. 


14 MILLERS END, SANTA FE   $1,495,000

This extraordinary property is on a country lane just minutes from downtown Santa Fe in a sought-after equestrian and country estate living community. Quietly sited on a little over 5 acres, this sophisticated and architectural-designed 6000+ sq. ft. home is heated using in-floor radiant heat by a geothermal system. Three tracking solar arrays feed power back into the grid resulting in low to no utility costs. Each of the five suite areas enjoys privacy, separation of space and gallery walls in a flexible floor plan to accommodate... more »


831 EL CAMINITO, SANTA FE   $3,600,000

Now known as the Frank Applegate Estate. This was the hub of the folk art movement in New Mexico. One of Santa Fe's oldest historic estate properties originally built in the 1700s, bought by Spainsh army sargeant Francisco de la Pena in 1845 and then in the 1920s by artist Frank Applegate. With its glorious outdoor spaces on 1.74 acres including a beautifully landscaped traditional Placita enclosed courtyard and clay tennis court, this very private family compound in a superb location is a rare offering indeed. There is also a well with an acre foot of water for landscaping purposes.