Albuquerque

The largest metropolis of our State has been molded by a blend of cultures – built on shared Native American land – fertile, wooded and enclosed within two splendid mountain ranges, it was founded by Spanish colonists under Governor Don Francisco Cuervo y Valdes in 1706 and named in honor of Spain’s 10th Duque de Alburquerque (common usage dispensed with the first ‘r’ in the name). The later influx of enterprising American traders and entrepreneurs turned it into today’s bustling hub of commerce and culture.

Albuquerque, NM is home to many museums, an Observatory, an Indian Pueblo Center, the Petroglyph National Monument, the University of New Mexico, Central New Mexico Community College, several technical schools, hospitals, research labs, including Sandia National Laboratory, senior centers, and venues for many artistic events.

Recreational facilities are many and varied. Acres of Wilderness with miles of beautiful trials, a 2.7 mile aerial tramway to Sandia Peak with a fabulous view of the city and entry to the hiking paths that wind around the mountain, winter skiing, snowboarding, numerous golf courses, tennis courts and country clubs with outstanding amenities.

Some of the exclusive areas in which your dream home or property may be found include North Albuquerque Acres, Sandia Heights, High Desert, Tanoan—East and West, North Valley and the Village of Corrales. Real Estate for sale in Albuquerque is a great value now.