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.
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