Beautiful newly renovated southwest styled home tucked into a quiet community. Southwest living at its finest in 1900 square feet. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, and a queen pullout in the den (Note: the den is not a private room). Easily accommodates 6. All new stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops.
Fully furnished kitchen, including: gift pack of snacks for the hungry arrivers, starter coffees and teas, paper goods, spices, place settings for 12, pots, pans, cookie sheets, blender, crock pot, hand mixer, and (quite possibly) every utensil you might need to make a great meal or two.
New full-sized washer/dryer. Fireplace in the living room, wood stove in the sun room, and a firepit on the patio (firewood supplied). Eat breakfast in the warmth and brightness of a giant skylight; or grill outside in the shade of two huge cottonwoods; or relax in the sun room or the two private patio areas.
We're just a short walk to Starbucks, Whole Foods, and several restaurants. There are biking and jogging paths nearby that you don't need to drive to. We're about 5 minutes from Arroyo del Oso golf course, and 10 minutes from the Sandia Peak Tram, the La Luz hiking trail, and Elena Gallegos Open Space in the foothills. Bring your cameras!
It's a short drive to shopping, theater complexes, SO MANY restaurants, Albuquerque Old Town, the zoo, the botanical gardens, museums, our fantastic Triple-A ball park, the bosque, and other fun places in the city. If you're here for Balloon Fiesta, you're 5 minutes from a park-and-ride and about 10 minutes from Balloon Fiesta Park. If you want to take the scenic train ride into Santa Fe, you're 10 minutes from the Rail Runner. And if you're here for little skiing, use our home as your launching pad to the Sandia Peak Ski Area, Santa Fe Ski Basin, Pajarito Mountain, or the famous Taos Ski Valley.
We're close to major streets and freeways that open up a whole new world of New Mexico adventures, whether you want to drive the Turquoise Trail, visit Santa Fe, explore the nation's oldest continuously inhabited settlement at Acoma Pueblo, walk among the Tent Rocks, try your luck at several casinos or take in their shows, do a little stream fishing, or explore our beautiful Land of Enchantment on your own.
Vacationing? Extended business? Family visits? Moving to Albuquerque and want to "test drive" our community? There's no quieter, more convenient location than El Rio Hondo.Get the full listing »