Homes and Real Estate in Albuquerque's Northeast Heights

Real Estate Agent with Earth Origins Realty

Homes and real estate in Albuquerque's Northeast Heights communities often offer beautiful views of the Sandia Mountains and access to all urban life has to offer.  North East heights neighborhoods are
centrally located within the Albuquerque Metro Area, which means quick and convenient access
to almost anywhere from this part of town.  Homes in this area range greatly in style, aesthetics,
age and market value, with established, older neighborhoods like the Princess Jeanne
neighborhood offering more affordable real estate and newer subdivisions offering more
expensive custom homes.  In general, price per square foot in Albuquerque's "Northeast Heights"
tends to be lower than price per square foot further north in Albuquerque's "Far Northeast
Population growth in the 1950s spurred traditional suburban real estate development.  Housing
built during this population boom tended to be located on smaller, residential size lots, with
aesthetics along a more "traditional" style.  Because many of the NE Heights subdivisions have
been around for over 50 years, yards are often marked with mature landscaping.  Along with real
estate development during the 1950s and 1960s, Albuquerque's Northeast Heights also became
home to city services such as libraries, police substations, parks, and schools.  Today you can find
just about anything you need in these areas, including an array of retail stores, food markets,
restaurants, and professional offices.  Farther east, in Albuquerque's Foothills South, you can
access a multitude of Sandia foothill trail heads, perfect for day hikes and mountain bike riding.   

To learn more about what Albuquerque's NE Heights real estate has to offer, visit Earth Origins Realty's website.  Here you can also access one of the most user-friendly and option-detailed free MLS search tools available to online consumers looking for home in Albuquerque, Corrales, Placitas, East Mountains, Rio Rancho, and other NM communities.    

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