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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 2, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico 14 THE NEW MEXICAN Sunday October 2 20O5 Never before has the simple life so many options Introducing life streamlined At RanchoViejo our beautiful twostory townhomes come with minimal exterior upkeep which means less work for you can set down ihai paint brush lace up those running shoes and let the exploring begin L i ke sa von ng sun rise stroll sth rough sweeping grasslands Or ta king inlazy lemonadefilled afternoons on your balcony Or even enjoying picnics Our paved trails meander through pinoncovcred hillsides rugged arroyos and sweeping grasslands Acres wide open spaces ojfjfer plcniy of unique spots to gather with jamily and jricnds with neighbors amidst piiioncovered hillsides Its all the activities you cherish most and the freedom to experience them on a whim At RanchoViejo residents can enjoy over six miles of paved trails that wind through the community and connect each village Plus recreational activities at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center and continuing education opportunities at Same Fe Community College All balanced with majestic views of the Sandia Jemez and Sangre Townhomes come with a Christo Mountains If youd like to learn more about owning second floor balcony option offering gorgeous views of a new townhome at Rancho Vicjo or the many exciting community he surrounding area activities come visit our friendly sales staff today And get on the path to living Village Homes Village Homes provide a quaint neighborhood setting with treelined streets All homes oriented for aesthetics Tlie Rio Collection Ready lor relaxation LOS ALAMOS x SANTA FE from 200s from the low The Pueblo Collection Sryled for convenience The Sierra Collect ion Wellplanned renr entry garages from the mid OOs The Garden Collection Perfect for star gating Tlie Courtyard Collection Outdoor privacy lor entertaining from the low from the mid 5200s The Visui Collection Spacious and elegant Estate Homesites from the low to sq ft to sq It to sq ft 10 sq ft to to sq ft 24 bedrooms 2 bedrooms 23 bedrooms 23 bedrooms 23 bedrooms with convertible 34 bedrooms Sites available from 1 5 acres starting from the 160s You may build on your homes te now or later if you prefer Bring your own builder or choose a home from our Vista Collection 10 to 5 Monday Saturday 12 to 5 on Sunday 128 East Chili Line Road Santa Fe 5054737700 R Z RANCHO VIEJO
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