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Santa Fe, A Good Place to Live

Earlier this year, Redfin, a national real estate company, featured Santa Fe and asked Ann Church for her insight into living in the City Different. Check out the article.

Nestled in the heart of the enchanting high desert of New Mexico, Santa Fe stands as a city uniquely intertwined with history, culture, and natural beauty. Renowned for its distinctive adobe architecture, vibrant arts scene, and a spiritual ambiance, living in Santa Fe is an experience marked by a tapestry of positives. 

From the breathtaking landscapes of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the thriving arts community, the city draws residents seeking a blend of tranquility and creativity. However, living in Santa Fe, NM comes with its own set of pros and cons, each playing a role in shaping the overall experience for its residents. Whether you’re planning to buy a home in Santa Fe, NM or rent an apartment in the city, this guide full of insights from locals will help you make an informed decision about making this city your home.

“Santa Fe is a place to slow down, to enjoy the seasons,” says Ann Church, co-founder of Villages of Santa Fe, an exercise and balance training program to help prevent falls. “In Santa Fe, Christmas transforms the city into a magical wonderland. On the enchanting Christmas Eve, Canyon Road exclusively welcomes holiday carolers and festive strollers. Along this charming pathway, hundreds of farolitos grace the adobe walls of homes and galleries. These farolitos, crafted from petite brown bags filled with sand and adorned with a tiny votive candle, emit a gentle, warm glow—flickering and illuminating the path. Luminarias (small bonfires) invite you to stop, warm your hands, and sing Christmas carols.”


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