The historic village of Galisteo settled in 1614 is located 30 minutes southeast of Santa Fe and one hour from Albuquerque. Today it is a traditional village surrounded by country residences, numerous art studios and large, private horse and cattle ranches. Just outside the village on the Northside of Camino los Abuelos lies Tract 6, a stunning 123 acre parcel of land. The terrain consists of pinon and juniper trees, a variety of natural grasses, sage, chamisa, cactuses and unusual rock outcroppings. The Arroyo de los Angeles winds through the land cleansing and nourishing the earth during monsoon season. Everywhere there are breathtaking views of the Galisteo Basin, Cerro Pelon, hogbacks, the Ortiz and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Wildlife abounds with deer, bobcats, quail, ravens and hawks... Utilities include underground electricity, telephone and a shared well. Parts of the property are fenced.
Listing courtesy of Christy Stanley from Santa Fe Properties
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