Welcome to Tano Road, Las Dos, La Tierra: Small rural suburbs of Santa Fe, New Mexico, with a resort feel, spacious plots, and magnificent views.
Stretching out into the perimeters of the Las Campanas community, the neighborhoods of Tano Road, Las Dos, La Tierra, and Aldea all come packed with many of the alluring attributes of the community at large. In the rural outskirts of the Santa Fe Metropolis, these neighborhoods often feature heart-stopping views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and a resplendent landscape of meandering arroyos, steep canyons, towering flat-topped mesas, and small-peaked buttes.
Tano Road, Las Dos, and La Tierra all lie northeast of Las Campanas at varying distances, while the community of Aldea lies in the south near the Veterans Memorial Highway. Even with their pastoral atmosphere, these neighborhoods are still within close range of Santa Fe’s vibrant city center and a plethora of activities.
Homes come on large, spacious plots of land perfect for creating your own private oasis. Residents tend to have a strong sense of civic duty which translates into the excellent upkeep of the many neighborhood amenities. Here, you can find everything from opulent estates designed in regal Spanish revival style that feature tall arched doorways, colorful tiling, and nature-inspired exterior palette; to the more traditional adobes with luxury finishes or sleek modern mansions with glass-paneled walls and an artistic flair.
What to Love
- Set away from urban living, outdoorsy
- Large lots of land available
- Variety of architectural styles and estate sizes
- Neighborhood amenities and facilities
People & Lifestyle
Rugged yet lavish, the communities of Tano Road, Las Dos, La Tierra, and Aldea are ideal for those who live for exploring the great outdoors but don’t want to sacrifice an affluent lifestyle. Comprising families, young professionals looking for a home away from downtown, and retirees, these communities are quiet and friendly meccas of lush beauty.
Things to Do
Located at The Club at Las Campanas as well are two premier Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses. Tee-off at sunrise to watch the new morning blanket the lush greenways, where mountain vistas provide the backdrop for a stunning game of golf suited to every level. Las Campanas also houses an equestrian center, which offers stables, equipment, indoor training facilities, lessons, and expert trail guides to residents who want to take advantage of the gorgeous outdoors via horseback.
Varying in difficulty, the Dale Ball Trails resting in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains offer a true escape into the wilderness. With nearly 25 miles of exquisite trails suitable for hikers and bicyclists, this area is among the most popular among the Santa Fe Conservation spaces. For those with a craving for art and culture, these neighborhoods also lie near the Santa Fe Opera, which produces jaw-droppingly stunning performances throughout the year and is internationally renowned for its production of new operas, along with classics.
Contact Ricky Allen and Cathy Griffith
Ricky: 505-470-8233 | EMAIL RICKY
Cathy: 505-500-2729 | EMAIL CATHY
This article was posted by Cheryl Fallstead