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    Best locations for trail proximity?

    Ok, follow on to my food question. If I want to buy land or a house anywhere in New Mexico, and my goals are:

    1: at least one trail that I can bike to from the house for daily regular rides (2-3 trails within 30 minutes of riding would be optimal). We're not talking necessarily an epic trail, just a good trail or two for easy riding.
    2: several trails a short drive away, say 30 minutes or less.
    3: good scenery, decent food within 30 minutes.

    Ideally I want to get 5+ acres, but I'm open at this point. Any spots I should check out?

    From what I've seen it looks like NW Santa Fe has one trail near a lot of homes. NE would be better, but that seems too developed and $$$. The Glorietta area, or Lamy might be close to trails.

    Is there anything going on around Edgewood? Land options look good, but not sure about biking or amenities.

    I'm ok with having land that requires a 30 minute drive to a town, but I want a decent trail or two really close by.


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    NE Santa Fe is probably the most expensive real estate in NM. SE on the other hand, there's decent pricing around Old Santa Fe Trail and Even out towards Galisteo Basin Presever in Eldorado/Lamy. Just kinda depends on what you're looking for.

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