Albuquerque Acres

Albuquerque Acres
The more densely subdivided west side of Albuquerque Acres surrounds well regarded La Cueva High School and relatively new North Domingo Baca Park and offers quick access to I25. The typically less dense east side has significantly larger homes and big views of Sandia Crest. Many shops, restaurants and services serve the area along the Paseo del Norte Corridor.

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Part of Albuquerque itself, Albuquerque Acres West offers quick access to I25 and many amenities. Folks living in ABQ West enjoy easy access to local favorites like Dion’s, Mario’s Pizzaria and Flying Star and national chains like Five Guys Burgers or Chili’s. For a nice night out or important lunch they have higher end restaurants like Vintage 423 and Jinga close by.

One of Albuquerque’s newer parks, North Domingo Baca Park offers a skate park, dog park, tennis, open space and a multi-generational center. The park is having some growing pains, but should develop into a great recreational space.

The relatively wide open spaces of Albuquerque Acres North is not part of incorporated Albuquerque. Close to all the area amenities mentioned above, it also encompasses the extensive Altamont Little League complex, North Star and Double Eagle elementary schools and the Vista Sandia Equestrian Park.

On smaller lots in more densely subdivided neighborhoods, homes in ABQ Acres West can range from a 1,500 square foot single family home selling at $224k area to 4,000 square foot homes exceeding $800k. The median home price is about $330k and the median size is about 2,300 square feet.

ABQ Acres North homes typically run around 3,200 square feet with a median price of roughly $550k, and while there are a handful of homes built on smaller lots, the typical lot in ABQ Acres North is just under an acre and homes on those lots range in price from mid $400k up to $1M.

If you want more detailed information or updated market information on a specific neighborhood or an analysis of the potential value of a specific home, drop me a line.

– Joe LaMastra, Realty One of New Mexico, August 17, 2016