Living in any of the gay realtors Santa Fe recommended top neighborhoods is like living in a resort area. If there is one thing Santa Fe is known for, it is great outdoor life-style opportunities. It is situated near amazing ancient Indian healing grounds and it is surrounded by mountain peaks and magnificent desert landscapes. This charming place with its boutiques, cafes, galleries and great shopping also boasts amazing low-end and high-end cuisine. It also has unique weather for its location. The area boasts four distinct seasons.
The housing itself in Santa Fe is incredibly charming and boasts influences from both Indian and Spanish influences. If you love the simple and affordable charm of adobe walls you will find many homes with them here.
Many gay couples retire in Sante Fe because it is affordable and the city is small enough (only sixty thousand people) to get to know people fast. Gay realtors Santa Fe has heard estimates that the town is about 35% same sex couples.
Although all of Santa Fe is gay friendly, there is a specific neighborhood that is having a bit of a boom. This is the area of Aldea that is experiencing a period of regentrification and development. Whether you are thinking of retiring here or taking up full time residency gay realtors Sante Fe highly recommends checking this area out. This is one of these neighborhoods where the community pride in ownership is obvious. It is clean, well manicured and has a low crime rate. There are also a variety of homes suitable for gay singles or couples in the area including family homes, town homes and garden homes.
If you are looking to live in a place with historic buildings then you should check out the East Side of the city that runs up into the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The homes are smaller here and are bordered by parks and walking trails. Another historical neighborhood is Guadalupe, which stretches along the “Camino Real”; the famous road to Mexico. There is a warehouse district here that is known for its live/work studios, shops, galleries and eateries.
Santa Fe is also famous for its Staam Homes. These are smaller, sturdy homes of great quality built by architect Allen Stamm in the Casa Solana subdivision. This is where you will find the most beautiful mid-century style bungalows in the city.
Santa Fe is home to several special gay events including a gay pride parade and the Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. The city itself is very progressive as it offers domestic partner benefits to those in same-sex relationships.
Gay realtors Santa Fe also recommend this city for ski bunnies. It is located very near the seven lifts and many runs at Ski Sante Fe. Artists will also enjoy living in this rare and beautiful community that has the second largest art market in the United States. It is also close to an equestrian center and two big golf courses that were designed by Jack Nicklaus.
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