Rural Real Estate Near Albuquerque
Homes in the East Mountain area is surrounded by pine trees, pastureland, meadows and stunning mountain views. Buyers looking for second homes or vacation homes in the Albuquerque area often choose the East Mountains, as do those who love being in the more rural areas. It can be the best of both worlds with planned communites as well as private and secluded individual homes. There is a golf course community, a ranchette community with 10 acre parcels as well as small cabins and mini farms. If you’re looking for homes for sale and considering the East Mountains as a location for your primary residence, you’ll find it’s a just a twenty to thirty minute commute to the Albuquerque business district.
Wildlife, Horse Properties & Plenty of Mountains
Prairies, wildlife and beautiful Southwestern scenery await you in the East Mountains. Deer, elk, foxes, mule deer, wild turkeys and even bald eagles make their homes in this rural area. Because of the increased precipitation, the East Mountains are much greener than some other Albuquerque suburbs. The pines provide year-round greenery. There is also scrub oak, juniper and yucca. There are many recreational areas in the East Mountains, some with facilities with picnic tables, grills and fire pits. Some areas have trails for horseback riding. This combined with the large properties that are suitable for horse properties make the East Mountains an ideal location for horse owners.
30 Minutes from Albuquerque
Living in the East Mountains puts you minutes from the year-round recreational activities in the mountains and a half an hour from Albuquerque and all the shopping, culture, dining and nightlife you could want. You can also visit wineries and farmers markets in other Albuquerque suburbs. If the East Mountain sounds like home to you and you’re looking for real estate consulting services, contact Linda DeVlieg. Are you being transferred to New Mexico by your employer? Call or contact Linda for a free relocation package. Start your search for New Mexico real estate in the East Mountains today.