The Bigelow team of New Mexico realtors is experienced in Albuquerque home sales. Albuquerque is a beautiful city in Bernalillo County, New Mexico. It's the perfect location to look for your dream home.
Sitting in the northern portion of the state, Albuquerque spans 189.5 square miles across a dozen zip-codes and is populated by more than 550,000 people making it the most populous city in the county as well as the 32nd most populous in the Nation. The city is lovingly referred to by a couple of different nicknames like ABQ and The 505. Those looking to purchase real estate in Albuquerque will find properties with views of the Sandia Mountains and the Rio Grande.
The city of Albuquerque is uniquely divided into four “quadrants.” Though officially separated north and south by Central Avenue and east and west by BNSF Railway Tracks, locals sometimes divide the quadrants by the I-40 and the I-25. The Northeast Quadrant sits at the base of the Sandia Mountains and is home to The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, the University of New Mexico, and Balloon Fiesta Park. The Northeast Quadrant is defined by Central Avenue and the Railroad Tracks to Sandia Peak, and some of the neighborhoods featuring lovely homes include Sandia Heights, High Desert, and Tanoan.
The Northwest Quadrant is a beautiful section of the city that claims Historic Old Town and most of Downtown. The Rio Grande Nature Center State Park is an exceptional space to visit and breathe in the immense beauty that surrounds the city. The Northwest Quadrant is also home to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Cottonwood Mall. The “Westside” is an area that is brimming with new construction, mostly “traditional” subdivision single-family houses. The Village of Los Ranchos is encompassed by the Northwest Quadrant and the neighborhood Paradise Hills offers potential homebuyers beautiful properties.
The Southeast Quadrant also houses the University of New Mexico but also presents homebuyers and visitors with Isotopes Park, the University Stadium, and “the pit,” the University Arena. The Southeast Quadrant is home to the Cesar Chavez Community Center as well as the Kirtland Airforce Base and the New Mexico state fairgrounds. Homebuyers of all ages can find entertainment in the southeast portion of Albuquerque thanks to the collection of cafes, galleries, and restaurants. Neighborhoods in the Southeast Quadrant showcase Pueblo, Art Deco, Contemporary, and Spanish Colonial style houses in areas like Nob Hill, Four Hills, Willow Wood, and Ridgecrest.
The Southwest Quadrant in Albuquerque brings in troves of folks visiting the ABQ Aquarium, the ABQ Biological Park, the Rio Grande Zoological Park, or the Rio Grande Botanical Gardens. Homeowners are encouraged to get on their feet and walk, bike, or hike their way through the community to witness the unmatched southwestern views. The Southwest Quadrant presents homebuyers with lovely neighborhoods including Los Padillas, Mountainview, and Artisto.
Prospective buyers in search of a house or condo in Albuquerque can search for New Mexico homes for sale in a variety of sizes and styles. Floor plans with between 1,000-12,000 square feet are available with between three and six bedrooms. Homes with as much as two acres of property can be discovered in the city as well as homes with modern updates. Homes with a pool in Albuquerque can be spotted, along with houses featuring multi-car garages. Albuquerque has boundless beauty and a plethora of opportunities to offer hopeful buyers. If you are interested in buying a house for sale in Albuquerque, New Mexico, please contact us today.
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