About Corrales Homes For Sale
Located along the western bank of the Rio Grande and within view of the Sandia Mountains, Corrales is a village from out of time. Corrales homes are situated amongst open green pastures and orchards as the community has held firm to its rural roots and heritage. The sounds and scents of cows, roosters, horses and sheep are a big part of the community's charm. Corrales is bordered by Rio Rancho to the northwest and Albuquerque to the south. Most homes sit on large lots of at least 1 acre in size.
Corrales Real Estate
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Corrales Real Estate
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You'll find traditional Spanish style architecture permeates the beautiful Corrales acreages. Corrales acreages are a mix of old and new, with some residences being handed down through the generations. There are also newer, upscale enclaves within the village. The area was settled by Hispanic, American and European families who came to the fertile valley and grew grapes, apples and raised livestock. Those old world values still make up the charm of Corrales today! Corrales is home to several vineyards and wineries. There is a famous sign when you get into town that reads "Drive slow and see our village. Drive fast and see our judge. Speed Limits Strictly Enforced." While a sign for people to drive slowly, it's also a symbol of the pace in Corrales, which is certainly less frantic than that of the big city!
If you're looking for Corrales homes, rest assured there are plenty of amenities close to those beautiful homes and lots! The village hosts a monthly growers' market where residents can check out the latest fresh produce. Corrales has several unique shops (it's a great place for hand-crafted silver jewelry), many fine restaurants and wineries. Interestingly, Corrales has no streetlights, making it a perfect place for stargazers. For those looking to get out and exercise, the village has stunning acequia (ditch bank) trails offer walking, jogging, horseback riding and biking paths set amongst cottonwood trees. And the Rio Grande is right in your backyard!
For schools in the area, children can go to Corrales Elementary (K-5), James Monroe Middle School and Cibola High School. All three are part of Albuquerque Public Schools.By Alfonso Salazaron
Interested in Corrales homes for sale? Contact Alfonso Salazar or get the best Corrales real estate advice directly by calling 505-450-3779.
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Listing information last updated on December 7th, 2021 at 8:04am MST.