A wonderful blend of history and artistry make up the community of Los Ranchos. This remarkable and distinguished village contains impressive ranches and sprawling estates. Historically a rural and agricultural area, Los Ranchos maintains a feeling of tranquility and modesty even through steady growth. Located in the middle of North Valley and running across the Rio Grande. This area is bursting with large mature trees and shrubbery. Like the North Valley and Corrales, Los Ranchos is an expensive, mostly rural area with widely spaced large houses and dense vegetation.
Vintage antique shops, quaint restaurants, art galleries, and growers markets are part of the Los Ranchos experience. Historic landmarks in this area include Los Poblanos (Historic Inn and Organic Farms) and incorporates the famous, La Quinta cultural center, considered to be, “perhaps the most important structure in the North Valley, but is one of New Mexico’s invaluable treasures. “ – James Moore, Former Director, the Albuquerque Museum. Another significant landmark in this area is the superb Casa Rodeña Winery. Casa Rodeña is well known for its handcrafted fine wines, stunningly beautiful setting, and is host to a variety of ceremonies and events.
Los Ranchos is truly an unforgettable destination with an overwhelming amount of history, fertile lands, and rural charm.
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