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KCHF-Channel 11 TV Station, 27556 East Frontage Road, Santa Fe, NM – $950,000

 

27556 East Frontage Road, Santa Fe, NM

MLS # 201202791, Offered at $950,000

Listing Agents: Karen Meredith, Keller Williams Realty, and Renee Edwards, Keller Williams Realty

8,582 Square Feet, Lot size approximately 2.59 acres

Commercial building currently used as the KCHF-Channel 11 TV production studio with refrigerated air production rooms.

There are 12 private offices, a kitchen, a conference room, 4 bathrooms, 2 executive suites with sleeping quarters, a reception area/foyer, an outdoor courtyard for private events, a large garage area with an overhead door and ample storage space.

Well suited for corporate headquarters or a showroom. Studio and garage could work for warehouse space.

The lot has paved parking for 50+ cars and room for expansion.

High visibility location with easy access to I-25 and the 599 Bypass.

Walking distance to the Rail Runner train station.

Located on the South side of Santa Fe in an active commercial area.

Lot sits up high with plenty of turnaround room large vehicles.

Perfect location for a business that wants to be in Santa Fe with quick, easy access to Albuquerque.

Call Karen Meredith, Keller Williams Realty at 505 603-3036 or Renee Edwards, Keller Williams Realty at 505 470-7773 today to schedule a showing!

Recent Transactions

Below is a summary of some of my recent sales where I represented the Seller or the Buyer:

2049 Placita de Quedo, Santa Fe, NM 87505, Offered at $164,000, MLS # 201105071, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,000 Sq. Ft.  Represented the Buyer, Sold 8/15/12.

17 Los Ojitos, Santa Fe, NM 87506, Offered at $169,000, MLS # 201105094, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,938 Sq. Ft., Lot Size, .29 acres.  Represented the Seller and the Buyer.  Sold 6/27/12.

6600-6700 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM 87507, Offered at $1,995,000, MLS #201001373, 12,000 sq. ft., Lot Size 24,363 Sq. Ft. Commercial.  Represented the Seller and the Buyer.  Sold 6/6/12.

734 Porvenir, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501, Offered at $225,000, MLS # 201201321, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,348 Sq. Ft., Lot Size .014 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold 5/29/12.

21 Ceramic Court, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508, Offered at $245,000, MLS # 201104457, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,943 Sq. Ft., Lot Size 2.46 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold 5/03/12.

06 Las Joyas, Santa Fe, New Mexico  87506, Offered at $899,000, MLS # 201201592, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, 4,837 Sq. Ft., Lot Size 2.66 acres. Represented the Seller and the Buyer. Sold 4/16/12.

3148 La Paz Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507, Offered at $225,000, MLS #702402, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,230 Sq. Ft.  Represented the Seller. Sold 3/26/12.

71 Star Dancer Trail, Santa Fe, NM  87506, Offered at $649,000, MLS #201100993, 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, 2,630 Sq. Ft. Represented the Buyer.  Sold 3/15/12.

2308 Calle Pacifica, Santa Fe, New Mexico  87505, Offered at $249,500, MLS # 201104870, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,753 square feet.  Lot Size .19 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 02/07/12.

18 Primrose, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506, Offered at $869,000, MLS # 201005531, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 3,300 Square Feet, Lot Size 1.5 acres.  Represented the Buyer.  Sold – 01/10/12.

1405 Vegas Verdes #105, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offered at $120,000, MLS # 201104936, 1 Bedroom, 2 Baths, 874 square feet.  Represented the Seller. Sold 11/30/11.

47 Bouquet Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offered at $355,000, MLS # 201104078, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2,487 square feet, Lot Size .8 acres.  Represented the Buyer and the Seller.  Sold 11/03/11.

2924 Pueblo Pintado, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offered at $220,000, MLS # 201105107, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Lot Size .13 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 10/31/11.

621 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offered at $1,380,000, MLS # 201103504, 8,700 square feet. Commercial. Represented the Buyer. Sold 09/09/11.

36 Vista Lagunitas, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offered at $599,000, MLS # 201102611, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, 2,900 square feet, Lot size 1.499 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 7/27/11.

41 Camino de Milagro, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offered at $635,000, MLS # 201006026, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 3,457 square feet, Lot Size 14.94 acres. Represented the Buyer. Sold – 6/23/11

138 East Santa Fe Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offered at $443,000, MLS #201006182, a 2,159 square foot triplex and 140 East Santa Fe Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $352,000 MLS #201006188, a 1,760 sq. ft. duplex. Represented the Seller. Sold both – 3/29/11.

Below is a summary of my most recent transactions where I represented the Buyer or the Seller:

06 Las Joyas, Santa Fe, New Mexico  87506, Offering Price – $899,000. MLS # 201201592, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, 4,837 Sq. Ft., Lot Size 2.66 acres. Represented the Seller and the Buyer. Sold 4/16/12.

3148 La Paz Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507, Offering Price – $225,000. MLS #702402, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,230 Sq. Ft.  Represented the Seller. Sold 3/26/12.

71 Star Dancer Trail, Santa Fe, NM  87506, Offering Price – $649,000.  MLS #201100993, 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, 2,630 Sq. Ft. Represented the Buyer.  Sold 3/15/12.

2308 Calle Pacifica, Santa Fe, New Mexico  87505, Offering Price – $249,500, MLS # 201104870, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1,753 square feet.  Lot Size .19 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 02/07/12.

18 Primrose, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506, Offering Price – $869,000, MLS # 201005531, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 3,300 Square Feet, Lot Size 1.5 acres.  Represented the Buyer.  Sold – 01/10/12.

1405 Vegas Verdes #105, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price $120,000, MLS # 201104936, 1 Bedroom, 2 Baths, 874 square feet.  Represented the Seller. Sold 11/30/11.

47 Bouquet Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $355,000, MLS # 201104078, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2,487 square feet, Lot Size .8 acres.  Represented the Buyer and the Seller.  Sold 11/03/11.

2924 Pueblo Pintado, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $220,000, MLS # 201105107, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Lot Size .13 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 10/31/11.

621 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $1,380,000, MLS # 201103504, 8,700 square feet. Commercial. Represented the Buyer. Sold 09/09/11.

36 Vista Lagunitas, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $599,000, MLS # 201102611, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, 2,900 square feet, Lot size 1.499 acres.  Represented the Seller.  Sold – 7/27/11.

41 Camino de Milagro, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $635,000, MLS # 201006026, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 3,457 square feet, Lot Size 14.94 acres. Represented the Buyer. Sold – 6/23/11

138 East Santa Fe Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $443,000, MLS #201006182, a 2,159 square foot triplex and 140 East Santa Fe Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Offering Price – $352,000 MLS #201006188, a 1,760 sq. ft. duplex. Represented the Seller. Sold both – 3/29/11.

Santa Fe Home inventory down as families stay put

By Bruce Krasnow | The New Mexican  This article was syndicated from The New Mexican, click here for a copy of the original article.
Posted: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 -

Lower interest rates have boosted home ownership in Santa Fe, but they also have reduced sales inventory as more families refinance and stay put.

“A lot of times if it’s being refinanced, it comes off the market,” said Victoria Murphy, a broker with Santa Fe Properties who serves as president-elect of the Santa Fe Association of Realtors. “Sometimes it goes back on, other times they decide to wait [to sell].”

And refinance activity isn’t yet over, predicts Jeff Payne, a branch manager at Wells Fargo. He said the federal government will roll out a new program in February that should help those who owe banks more than a home is worth get in on fixed-rate home loans as low as 4 percent.

“We keep pinching ourselves to figure out if it’s real,” said Payne, who spoke to Santa Fe Realtors on Wednesday. “It’s real.”

Sharon Yermal, a Wells Fargo mortgage specialist, has seen many people who may want to sell but instead refinance to take advantage of lower rates. They do so with five-year adjustable-rate mortgages with the idea of lowering monthly payments now but with the intent of selling when the market recovers.

“Five years seems to be the timeline they’re looking at,” she said. “They’re not looking for it to happen in the next year or two.”

Sales figures released by the association Wednesday indicate that the inventory of properties for sale is down 30 percent from two years ago, while new listings are down 18 percent over the past 12 months.

At the same time, residential sales rose 10 percent in the fourth quarter and 2.4 percent in all of 2011 compared with 2010.

The median sales price in the city fell to $289,000 in 2011 from $300,000, a decline of 3.3 percent. In the city and county combined, the median price dropped to $349,000 from $354,000.

Median prices in Santa Fe are now at a seven-year low.

“I am absolutely surprised how many homes I’m seeing on the market for under $200,000,” Murphy said.

The City Different, Houston Chronicle, October 2, 2011

By MELISSA WARD AGUILAR, Houston Chronicle, published 12:01 a.m., Sunday, October 2, 2011

I spent my childhood summer vacations in Colorado. The long, hot drive to get there through Texas and New Mexico was utter chaos, with nine of us packed into an old Chevrolet Bel Air station wagon. We fought over who got the very back seat, where you could look out at where you had been instead of where you were going. We’d dangle our feet out the rear window. Did I mention there was no air conditioning?

Back then, I thought the scenery was pretty boring — until you got past Albuquerque. Somewhere along the highway to Santa Fe, or ”The City Different” as it’s known to visitors, the desert took on a magical glow. Silvery sagebrush dotted the pink landscape. Purple mountains rose in the background. Lonely abandoned adobe structures looked like props from a movie set.

Dad never wanted to stop along the way. It was a pretty expensive proposition to let seven kids loose in a Running Indian roadside store. He hated driving through Santa Fe; the highway routed you right through town. We would watch the shops and restaurants pass by, beckoning. The town looked like something from the past. It begged to be explored.   I vowed that when I grew up, I’d stop at every one of those spots.

I’ve been working on it. With nearly 300 galleries and 200 restaurants, it’s hard to distill the perfect itinerary. But if I were showing you around the Santa Fe area, here’s where we’d go:

Galleries

Leroy Garcia has assembled a vibrant collection of contemporary American Indian artwork at Blue Rain, including work by his wife.  Tammy Garcia’s clay pots are amazing for their stature and beauty.  Schooled by her mother and grandmother at Santa Clara Pueblo, Garcia has forged a contemporary style in clay and bronze that honors her Indian heritage and challenges tradition, too.  The gallery also shows the intricate works of glass artist Preston Singletary, who has collaborated with bead and glass artist Marcus Amerman, both of whom are American Indians.

Nedra Matteucci Galleries is a beautiful place.  The rooms are filled with important historical and regional works from artists like E. Irving Crouse, Henry Balink and Gustave Baumann.  The sculpture garden, with pieces by Glenda Goodacre and Dan Ostermiller, includes a koi pond and waterfall.

Gerald Peters Gallery’s expansive pueblo houses a museum-quality collection of American masters. For the best of Southwest pottery, check out Andrea Fisher Gallery, which has works by the legendary Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo and Nancy Youngblood, who carries on the Tafoya tradition.

Museums

I always try to visit my favorite flower painting, “Black Hollyhock Blue Larkspur” (1930) at the graceful Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, devoted to the artist whose studio is in Abiquiu, north of Santa Fe.

Gustave Baumann’s woodcut prints, on display through December, at the New Mexico Museum of Art aren’t to be missed either.  His landscapes include yellow aspens, lilac trees and mountain scenes in vivid colors.  The museum shop sells affordable posters of his very expensive prints.

The Poeh Museum at Pojaque Pueblo north of Santa Fe is devoted to the works of the Pueblo people, including artist Roxanne Swentzell.  Her expressive, whimsical sculptures illustrate the pueblo way of life. Swentzell’s work is for sale next door at the Tower Gallery.

Shops

Sure, the historical plaza is filled with tourists, but, face it:  That’s what we are.  It’s fun to window-shop at the upscale Packard’s on the Plaza.  But if I’m buying jewelry, I head to the Rainbow Man, which sells vintage and pawn turquoise as well as contemporary pieces. Be sure to ask what mine the stones are from. This is also the place to buy historical Edward S. Curtis photos.

Keshi, a co-op for arts and crafts from the Zuni Pueblo, has a vast menagerie of collectible carved animal fetishes, as well as artist Effie Calavaza’s snake pendants and rings.

It’s a mighty big brag, but Back at the Ranch boasts the world’s largest collection of handmade boots, made in El Paso.

Hikes

The 3-mile trail at Kasha-Katwe Tent Rocks National Monument is home to fanciful volcanic rock formations and ribbons of narrow canyons. Climb to the top of the Canyon Trail for a view of the Rio Grande Valley and the Sangre de Cristo, Jemez and Sandia mountain ranges.  It’s on the Pueblo de Cochiti, 40 miles southwest of Santa Fe.

Back in Santa Fe, the half-mile hike up Canyon Road is enough exercise for some.  (Going in and out of the 100-plus galleries adds mileage.)  You’ll see everything from historical works and American Indian pieces to contemporary paintings and sculpture, folk art, jewelry and, of course, junk. Lots of restaurants line the stretch.  A favorite is the Garden at El Zaguan.  The Victorian cottage garden, tended by the Historic Santa Fe Foundation, is shady and inviting.

Bandelier National Monument is one of my favorite hiking spots. (Fire damage has temporarily closed most of the trails.)

Restaurants

For breakfast, Tia Sophia is delicious and reasonably priced.  Order your ”huevos rancheros” “Christmas” so you can try both red and green chiles.

For lunch, there’s El Ferol, Santa Fe’s oldest restaurant and saloon.  Sitting on the patio overlooking Canyon Road with a glass of Chilean wine and a crispy avocado, bacon and tomato ”bocadillo” is a pleasant respite from a day of gallery hopping.  Make reservations for the restaurant’s flamenco evening.

Another lunch favorite is Cafe Pasqual‘s, with its signature turquoise screen door facing the corner of Don Gaspar and Water streets.  Try the grilled chicken breast sandwich with manchego cheese on toasted chile bread. It’s Santa Fe comfort food.

For dinner, splurge at the Compound, Santa Fe’s most elegant restaurant.  James Beard Award-winning chef/owner

Churches

The exquisite Loretto Chapel at the end of the Santa Fe trail is famous for its miraculous staircase, which makes two 360-degree turns and has no nails. Built in 1878, the chapel is now a private museum and concert venue.

Santuario de Guadalupe, built in 1781, houses the Archdiocese of Santa Fe’s collection of ”santos” — painted and carved images of saints — as well as a large oil painting of the Virgin of Guadalupe by Jose de Alzibar, one of Mexico’s 18th-century master painters, and the iconic 12-foot sculpture “La Virgen” by Mexican artist Georgina “Gogy” Farias.

The Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi towers over the historic district. Its Romanesque Revival style contrasts with this adobe city.

San Miguel Chapel, built between 1610 and 1626, is said to be the oldest church in the United States. It is currently undergoing restoration.

If you go

Andrea Fisher Gallery: 100 W. San Francisco, (505) 986-1234

Back at the Ranch: 209 E. Marcy, (888) 962-6687

The Compound: 653 Canyon Road, (505) 982-4353

El Farol: 808 Canyon Road, (505) 983-9912

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum: 217 Johnson St., (505) 946-1000

Gerald Peters Gallery: 1011 Paseo de Peralta, (505) 954-5700

Kasha-Katwe
Tent Rocks National Monument: 40 miles southwest of Santa Fe off
Interstate 25. Open year-round. No camping. Admission: $5 per car; (505)
761-8700

Loretto Chapel: 207 Old Santa Fe Trail, (505) 982-0092

Nedra Matteucci Galleries: 1075 Paseo de Peralta, (505) 982-4631

New Mexico Museum of Art: 107 W. Palace, (505) 476-5041

Poeh Museum and Tower Gallery: 78 Cities of Gold Road, Pojaque, (505) 455-3334

Rainbow Man: 107 E. Palace, (505) 982-8706

St. Francis Cathedral: 131 Cathedral Place, (505) 982-5619

San Miguel Chapel: 401 Old Santa Fe Trail, (505) 983-3974

Santuario de Guadalupe: 100 N. Guadalupe, (505) 955-6200

Tia Sophia: 210 W. San Francisco, (505) 983-9880

Santa Fe Real Estate News – Santa Fe City Southeast Area

The Southeast city area of Santa Fe includes Canyon Road, one of the most famous roads in the country for its art galleries, the picturesque Historic Eastside with its winding, narrow streets lined with some of Santa Fe’s oldest homes hiding behind adobe walls, South Capitol whose centerpiece is the Round House, Santa Fe’s state capitol building,  and St. Vincent Hospital, Santa Fe’s regional hospital.  The Southeast city area also contains  four world class museums on Museum Hill, which gives its name to the surrounding neighborhood of  larger homes on oversized lots.  Further out and near the boundary where the city of Santa Fe ends and Santa Fe County begins is Quail Run, a gated residential community with a nine hole golf course, health spa and restaurant.

Santa Fe Market Report
Featuring The Santa Fe City Southeast Area

Active SFAR Listings
All Santa Fe Listings (4/14/11)
Residential: 2215
Residential Land: 1486
Farm & Ranch: 122
Commercial Land: 64
Multi Family: 31
Commercia Buildings: 173
Live/Work: 21


The Santa Fe City Southeast Area Snapshot


Days on Market (DOM)
The Santa Fe City Southeast Area – Residential Sold*


Selling Price: % of List Price
The Santa Fe City Southeast Area – Residential Sold*

If you would like to know more about any of the homes for sale in the Santa Fe City Southeast Area, contact me, Karen Meredith, Prudential Santa Fe Real Estate, by e-mail or at (505) 603-3036. For a free market analysis of how much your Santa Fe City Southeast Area home is worth, click here.

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Santa Fe Real Estate News – The Tano Road Area Neighborhood

Santa Fe Market Report
Featuring The Tano Road Area


Active SFAR Listings
All Santa Fe Listings (1/12/11)
Residential: 2177
Residential Land: 1325
Farm & Ranch: 111
Commercial Land: 62
Multi Family: 28
Commercia Buildings: 161
Live/Work: 19


The Tano Road Area Snapshot


Days on Market (DOM)
The Tano Road Area – Residential Sold*


Selling Price: % of List Price
The Tano Road Area – Residential Sold*

If you would like to know more about any of the homes for sale in the Tano Road Area, contact me, Karen Meredith, Prudential Santa Fe Real Estate, by e-mail or at (505) 603-3036. For a free market analysis of how much your  Tano Road Area home is worth, click here.

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