Homes for sale in Zocalo

Santa Fe, New Mexico Community Page - Zocalo

Zocalo is a uniquely conceived condominium community artistically designed by world-renowned architect Ricardo Legorreta to match the southwestern splendor seen in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

Everyone is welcome to join the friendly community of Zocalo. Today it already is home to an eclectic and diverse group of people including part-time and full-time residents, commuters who work in nearby Santa Fe and Los Alamos, families with kids, second homeowners and many more. Also, in keeping with Santa Fe’s inclusionary zoning guidelines, the community of Zocalo has set aside 11 percent of its homes for the workforce and affordable housing.

Where Exactly is Zocalo?

It is apparent the developers who envisioned Zocalo put as much thought, dedication and hard work into its location as they did selecting the architect.

Situated on nearly 47 acres surrounded by wilderness, and only about five minutes northwest of metro Santa Fe, Zocalo boasts the ideal location for everyone who enjoys having the conveniences of a large city nearby but prefer a home with quieter surroundings.

Zocalo’s location is almost too good to be true since it puts residents within reach of all of these:

The Zocalo Difference

Zocalo is not your stereotypical, cookie-cutter condo community. Not only is each unit’s architecture and geometric design a true work of art, but its clearly defined neighborhoods, clusters of charming small plazas and innovative floor plans make Zocalo stand out like a rose in the desert.

Zocalo also offers community residents numerous perks and amenities in addition to the scenic beauty and peaceful setting away from the rat race. A sparkling outdoor pool is available for relaxation and refreshing swims on hot summer days. Several indoor recreations, social connection and exercise alternatives can be found and pursued in Zocalo’s magnificent, exclusive community clubhouse. This massive, beautiful facility, with 5,700 square feet of space, showcases the unique, one-of-a-kind, signature vision of the aforementioned world-class architect Ricardo Legorreta.

The clubhouse also contains a wealth of accouterments, amenities and perks such as a fireplace, grand foyer entryway, club room, and a beautiful fountain patio, as well as a fitness center, catering kitchen and conference room.

Zocalo: The Homes

With all of its colorful artistic flair and generous amenities, you might be surprised to find out that the homes in the Zocalo community are available at an accessible price point for many.

Inside Zocalo’s cozy and comfortable condos, Legorreta used all of his creative genius, innovative artistry and distinctive flair when designing Zocalo’s airy, wide-open rooms, lighted naturally and brilliantly by New Mexico’s ubiquitous, year-round sunshine.

Like a brand new penny, Zocalo sparkles in the golden New Mexico sunsIt'se. Its warm, inviting and open floor plans blend the desert’s vivid hues with delicately textured stucco and plaster to give Zocalo’s casita-style condominiums a traditional Mexican flair, with a laid-back, affluent aura.

Some of the options available to you when you are picking out a Zocalo home include:

  • Attached garage with separate downstairs entry
  • Carpeted stairs
  • Lofted open living area
  • Balconies
  • 12' ceilings
  • Stainless appliances
  • Dual sink vanity

Santa Fe: The City

For those of you who have never been to Santa Fe, we’ve taken on the tremendous challenge of whittling down all of the city’s wide-ranging attractions to a manageable size. You will also find a tremendous amount of useful information on the City of Santa Fe website, Wikitravel or Visit Santa

The Sunshine is the consistent, predictable weather element in Santa Fe. Even though the city is located in a high desert region (7,000 feet above sea level), it still plays host to all four seasons. Snow will likely fall during the winter months and the summer months bring dry heat and cool sunsets.

The five scenic mountain ranges that envelop the city – Jemez, Sandia, Ortiz, Manzano and Sangre de Cristo – help make Santa Fe a year-round mecca for outdoor recreation and family fun.

Contact Information

Susan Orth
City Different Realty
518 Old Santa Fe Trail #190
Santa Fe NM 87505