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Martha Greenleaf

Martha Greenleaf, CRS, REALTOR®
Keller Williams Realty

6703 Academy Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109 505-271-8200 

DIRECT: 505-301-1191
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Albuquerque Lifestyle

Whether your passion is art, opera, ballet, baseball, hockey, or extreme sports — New Mexico and Metropolitan Albuquerque guarantee a kaleidoscope of quality entertainment and enrichment. Those who enjoy outdoor activity and sports will find a natural paradise around the four seasons, enhanced by a mild climate that is drenched in sunshine. Winter beckons the adventurous to ski at major resorts as well as snowboard, cross-country ski, sled, and snowmobile. The remainder of the year is ideal for exploring rugged roads and trails blazed by miners and loggers, hiking and biking, horseback riding, backpacking, hunting, fishing, camping, ballooning, and hang-gliding. More than 80 miles of multi-purpose trails are available within the city of Albuquerque alone, and nearly every major thoroughfare offers a dedicated bike lane.

Sports fans can cheer on both collegiate and professional teams, the former focused on University of New Mexico athletics. The New Mexico Scorpions hockey team plays to screaming crowds at Tingley Coliseum, while Triple A baseball action is available with the Albuquerque Isotopes in a new multi-million-dollar stadium. Summer concerts in the park, superb shopping malls and centers, fine restaurants, exciting casinos, and lively night spots invite residents to explore and enjoy an active, cosmopolitan lifestyle. The presence of leading universities, respected corporations, and cutting-edge research facilities ensures a constant infusion of intellectual, educational, and cultural stimulation.


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New Mexicos Nob Hill

Taking its name from San Francisco’s elite neighborhood, the historic shopping and dining district of Nob Hill is located on Route 66 from Girard to Washington, and Lomas to Silver. Old Route 66 takes a decidedly different turn as it stretches through Nob Hill near the University of New Mexico, blending a sophisticated and eclectic variety of shops that display everything from antiques to organic produce, designer to vintage clothes, new and used books, unique items, and one-of-a-kind accessories. The Highland business district is bounded by Copper Avenue to the north, Silver Avenue/Highland High School to the south, Washington Street on the west, and San Mateo Boulevard to the east. Numerous services make the Nob Hill-Highland District a convenient place to shop and run errands at the same time. For more information, contact:

Nob Hill-Highland District
3500 Central Avenue SE
Albuquerque 505-265-6403


Albuquerque Old Town

Since 1706, Old Town with its Spanish style plaza has been the historic focal point and the very heart of the Albuquerque community’s rich heritage. The first families settled near the banks of the Rio Grande, forming a colonial farming village along with a military outpost along the Camino Real between Chihuahua and Santa Fe. The village formed in the traditional Spanish pattern of a central plaza surrounded by a church, homes, and government buildings. Some of these vintage homes are still standing, while many others have been renovated into charming retail and business establishments. Today, dozens of shops, galleries and several excellent eateries surround the original town plaza. Many of the shops offer Southwestern items such as jewelry and pottery, but this area is also home to a number of unique clothing stores and gift shops. Hidden garden patios invite weary shoppers to take a refreshing rest under the shade of lush greenery. Bounded by Rio Grande Boulevard to the West, Central Avenue to the South, and Mountain Road to the North, this charming historic district has all the casual elegance and grace of Southwestern hospitality. Delightful areas like Plaza Don Luis and San Felipe Plaza are more recent additions to the scene that preserve the rustic atmosphere of yesterday. Visit the website managed by the Old Town Merchants Association for a complete listing of shops and boutiques: Albuquerque Old Town Merchants Association Albuquerque 505-319-4087   Featured Old Town Homes For Sale


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Martha Greenleaf | 505-301-1191 | Contact Me
6703 Academy NE - Albuquerque, NM 87109, (505)-271-8200
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