“Culture is literally in the air in Santa Fe. There are free outdoor concerts at the central plaza bandstand all summer long, and six miles from the heart of town the spectacular outdoor amphitheater enthralls opera-goers. Outdoor enthusiasts can hit the hiking and biking trails that run through the surrounding terrain or head to the ski slopes at the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, about a half-hour drive from downtown.” ~ view article.
“This small but sophisticated jewel of a town has superb arts, good restaurants and an ethnic mix without the frantic pace or anonymity of big-city life. It also embodies the best of the Southwest, proudly proclaiming its tri-cultural blend of Hispanic, Native American and Anglo traditions, its stunning natural setting, and its proximity to limitless outdoor options, from hiking to skiing to mountain biking. Situated at 7,000 feet in the high desert of New Mexico, this has been a coveted spot for 400 years, since the Spanish first established Santa Fe as a capital city.” ~ view article.
Best Small Town for Food
“one of the best small towns for food in America.”
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Santa Fe – Green and Sustainable Leader
“it ranked first with readers for its cultural vibes, indie boutiques, and peace and quiet. Its new LEED-certified convention center was built, in large part, using recycled materials from the old building.” ~ view article (Santa Fe is #10)
Why You Should Retire in Santa Fe
- Healthiest Places in the U.S.
- Best Places to Reinvent Yourself
If you are living outside of Santa Fe and thinking about making the move to this wonderful and unique city, then feel free to call Darlene Streit at 505.920.8001. She can handle your real estate needs or questions about living in Santa Fe.