Victoria Murphy, Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Real Estate Agent - Sotheby's International Realty
Santa Fe New Mexico Let me tell you about the city my family has treasured since 1598. Yeah, thats right 1598.
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Indian Pueblos American Indians inhabited New Mexico long before Spanish contact in the 1500s, and their timeless cultures, traditions, arts and beliefs continue to enrich the state today. There are 19 pueblos located around the state, including the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos north of Santa Fe...
05/01/2009
Santa Fe Creative Tourism Experiences in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the United States' first UNESCO* Creative City. Creative tourism is travel directed toward an engaged and authentic experience, with participative learning in the arts, heritage, or special character of a place. Creative tourism is me...
05/01/2009
The Railyard is truly the new gathering place for all of Santa Fe's citizens and its visitors. Come meet friends and family.  Have a great meal and view great contemporary art. See exciting performances. Choose from the best of locally grown produce. Ride your bike or take a train. Find a gift fo...
05/01/2009
Santa Fe Bandstand 2009 - July 6th to August 20th Beginning Monday, July 6th there will be free live music on the Community Stage at the Santa Fe Plaza.It happens every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6 - 8:30 p.m. and every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from noon - 1:30 p....
05/01/2009
The Ranch of the Swallows El Rancho de las Golondrinas is a living history museum located on 200 acres in a rural farming valley just south of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The museum, dedicated to the heritage and culture of Spanish Colonial New Mexico, opened in 1972. Original colonial buildings on the...
05/01/2009
Benefits of Living in Santa Fe Crisp and temperate winters Cool and breezy summers Clear, dry air Spectacular scenic beauty A friendly community that's brimming with bright, creative, and energetic residents A vibrant and growing economy The nation's second largest arts market with a $1.6 billion...
05/01/2009
Welcome to the Palace of the Governors! Originally constructed in the early 17th century as Spain's seat of government for what is today the American Southwest, the Palace of the Governors chronicles the history of Santa Fe, as well as New Mexico and the region. This adobe structure, now the stat...
05/01/2009
Antique doors open to views of the Sangres behind the beckoning swimming pool in this classic grand hacienda. With high vigas and split latilla ceilings are additional views of the badlands. A large gourmet kitchen awaits you on the south wing with the three guest bedrooms. While the master sepa...
04/30/2009
With such incredible rates why are buyers still sitting on the fence?  I have 8 buyers all waiting for the rates to either dip lower or for the homes to drop further in price.  "Just put in an offer and let's see where it goes" Just an idea of rates and payments and what one can afford at these g...
04/29/2009
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I am thrilled to report that we are back to stunning blue skies in Santa Fe.  People were running around yesterday, Canyon Road was filled with people viewing the galleries.  I had multiple calls from buyers wanting to see properties and agents scheduling for today.  The buyers are out there, and...
04/20/2009
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Santa Fe, NM
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smartphone(505) 660-5395
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