Richland Hills NW Albuquerque Neighborhood
Richland Hills is a popular neighborhood of mostly brick homes in NW Albuquerque. The brick homes plus the neatly manicured yards and grassy lawns give the neighborhood a nice crisp and clean look that sticks out in the desert.
Richland Hills is a smaller neighborhood, but it does have its own nice size park. Many residents also use the playground at Petroglyph Elementary. Petroglyph national park is also very close by where many residents go to walk and view the rock art.
In addition to Petroglyph Elementary School, children in the area attend James Monroe Middle School and Cibola High School (View the APS school boundary map).
Nearly all the homes in Richland Hills were built by Sivage Thomas, a popular and well regarded builder in NW Albuquerque. Home construction began in the mid 1990's and was finished by the end of the decade.
Richland Hills Real Estate
Over the year there were 7 sales in Richland Hills, ranging in price from $151,000 to $285,500. The average sales price was $251,928 and the median sales price was $267,000 (the median price is considerably higher due to one sales at $151,000). The average square footage for the homes was 2,295 square feet and the average price per square foot was $110.
These real estate stats are meant to give you a general idea of home values in Richland Hills. They are very general and should not be used to price individual homes.