As larger cities like Albuquerque continue to expand, it’s getting harder to find rural areas to live that are close to necessary amenities. Bosque Farms is the exception to that pattern. It’s a rural village that lets you live the country life, while being close to great shopping, dining, and entertainment found in Albuquerque, only 20 minutes away.
Bosque Farms enjoys a rich history, which can be traced back to a Spanish land grant from 1716. Today the village is more residential, yet it holds onto its farming heritage. There’s still a dairy farm that operates here, along with large alfalfa fields which feed the horses.
Even though this is a rural village, there’s still a number of popular retailers here, such as Brenda’s Fashions and Peddlers Corner Antique Mall. And you won’t have to go far for great food with Sopa’s Restaurant, Benny’s Mexican Kitchen, Southwest Grill, and Teriyaki Express, plus several burger joints such as Blake’s Lota Burger.
The rural life awaits those looking for a more relaxing place to live. Visit our Bosque Farms, New Mexico Real Estate and Information page to learn more about this great little village and to search for your dream home.