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Real Estate Agent - Barker Realty Santa Fe, NM 87501
4 Bedroom/4 Bath Price Reduction Santa Fe's Historice Eastside!! Attenzione!  Great price reduction on 4 bedroom/4 bath adobe home at 951 Camino Santander, Santa Fe, NM 87505.  (MLS # 201005972). Price just dropped to $850,000 (from $899,000). Santa Fe's market is so competitive these days with p...
4 bed/4 bath Enchanted Living on Santa Fe's Historic Eastside!! Price adjustment at 951 Camino Santander, Santa Fe, NM!!   (MLS#201005972)                                                                                                                                                               ...
4 Bed/6 Bath on Santa Fe's Eastside!   An excellent value for a 4 bed/6 bath on prestigious Mansion Ridge Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico! (MLS#201102662) Fabulous Santa Fe city and mountain views plus privacy make this 4 bed/6 bath vintage 1970s house on 3.57 acres the perfect property for entertai...
Here is my recent post about photographing in the landscape - please take a look:  http://leahsiegelsantafe.com/2011/05/09/5-essential-tips-for-photographing-in-the-landscape/ It is exploring and hiking in the wilderness of the southwest, or in urban environments, or in the far reaches of my ima...
After a meal in Cuba, NM, V. & I decide to drive back to Santa Fe by going through the mountains to Los Alamos - a long but very scenic winding route in warmer weather- and uncertain in Winter. As we drive, the sun is shining, although it is rather cold and windy, and the snow drifts get higher b...
    Santa Fe, NM. Saturday, March 5, 2011 started out pretty well. We (V. & I) arose at 4:00am MST to drive down to Bernalillo, NM near Albuquerque. We arrived at our 6:00am (MST) rendezvous behind a Starbucks on SR550 to meet up with a group of photographer/hikers to head into the BLM-designated...
You're invited:                                  951 Camino Santander in Santa Fe, NM -- Open House                                                              March 9, 2011   10:00am - 12:30pm (MST).                                                              Great food, too. If you're in the...
  Down a lane on Santa Fe's historic Eastside is this gracious single-level adobe home built in the 1930's. Original vigas/beams, nichos, wood floors have been maintained, while new diamond plaster walls, custom kiva fireplace, open floor plan add to comtemporary comfort. Separate guesthouse. Lov...

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