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Santa Fe Real Estate: FAQ Park Plaza Subdivision


The Park Plaza subdivision in Santa Fe, NM is another example of the wide range of Santa Fe real estate home opportunities available beyond our Historic Plaza.If you are wondering where to begin your Santa Fe lifestyle, Park Plazas must be on your list if you want to live in-town in a covenant enhanced community where the Park Plazas Community Services Association strives to make this subdivision “a safe, comfortable and attractive place” to live and invest and be a place for your family and friends to enjoy.

Today, Park Plazas is a planned unit development of 442 homes connected by 36 plazas (cul-de-sacs) on 154 acres of trees and xeriscape landscaping. Seventy-five (75) acres are designated as open space and common areas all networked by eight (8) miles of paved pathways. In addition to the hiking trails, there are tennis and basketball courts, off leash dog networking areas, playgrounds for children accompanied by an adult, a recreational vehicle parking lot, storage areas and established landscaping making Park Plazas known as the “Green Place” in Santa Fe.

This community was envisioned and developed by Walt Chapman and Chapman Homes starting the mid 1970’s and completed by the mid-1990’s.The home sizes range from just under 1000 square feet to some of the Park Plazas Estates at over 4000 square feet. Most are between 2 to 4 bedrooms with 1 to 2 baths and one and two car garages. The monthly HOA fees are $105 per month plus your city water and sewer. These are some of the lowest HOA fees in all of Santa Fe for an established community.

Although this Park Plazas neighborhood is surrounded by a peaceful park landscape, you are not far from shopping, restaurants and two strong community magnets. Two community institutions are your nearby neighbors. You can take advantage of the Planetarium and other learning opportunities at the Santa Fe Community College campus. If you love to swim, ice skate, walk indoors and stay in shape, the relatively new Genoveva Chavez Community Center is another neighbor.

Like many neighborhoods in Santa Fe, home inventory is low as many buyers continue to take advantage of low interest rates by jumping off the fence and purchasing second homes or investment property .By clicking on this link, you will find the homes currently on the market in this Santa Fe Park Plazas subdivision.

If you are ready to relocate or purchase a second home here in the Park Plazas subdivision before you do, contact us for experienced professional help and current information about our Santa Fe Real Estate market. If you want to search for current homes, condos, land and ranches on the market, click here for a easy map or list search of current properties on the market. Or if you know Santa Fe is on your radar and you are ready to talk Santa Fe everyday, call Emily Medvec at 505-660-4541 to arrange for a brief phone consultation on current market trends and to schedule showings in advance of your visit.

Posted on November 15, 2013 at 2:39 am by Emily Medvec

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