Santa Fe Neighborhoods > Abiquiu Area

“It is not a country of light on things -it is a country of things in light.”
Georgia O’Keeffe

About 60 miles north of Santa Fe, Abiquiu and surrounding communities of El Rito, Youngsville, Ojo Caliente and Chama to the north are some of the most beautiful landscapes New Mexico has to offer. Celebrated artist Georgia O’Keeffe lived at nearby Ghost Ranch for many years and also bought a house in Abiquiu in 1945, using it variously as an art subject, residence and studio for several years.

Nearby is the Benedictine Abbey of Christ in the Desert. This beautiful old Roman Catholic monastery is reached by a rough dirt road, accessible in dry weather only.

Ojo Caliente is a small community northeast of Abiquiu. Generations continue to make the pilgrimage to Ojo Caliente to enjoy the unique combination of mineral waters: Lithia, Iron, Soda and Arsenic. Ojo Caliente is a legendary oasis healing body, mind, and spirit naturally for countless centuries.

El Rito is a village northwest of Ojo Caliente and was one of the first Spanish settlements in northern New Mexico and boasts the oldest church in New Mexico, restored in the 1980s. It is the home of the Carson National Forest Service – El Rito Ranger District, the El Rito Public Library, the Las Clinicas del Norte, and a campus of Northern New Mexico College. Originally named El Rito Colorado, the red creek, it took its name from the creek that passes through the village. Tewas call the El Rito region “pink below place” for the El Rito Mountains, known to them as the pink mountains. El Rito is surrounded by the Carson National Forest. El Rito also has an annual Artist Studio Tour.

Chama Village is located in the beautiful Northern New Mexico Rocky Mountains and is the western terminus of the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad, a steam-driven, narrow gauge heritage railway which carries visitors to and from Osier, Colorado, and Antonito, Colorado, during the summer months.

Homes & Land for Sale in the Abiquiu, New Mexico Area

HWY 64 East Tierra Amarilla


41-Chama - Active

Acres: 350.215

Las Animas De Abiquiu

$499,000 - 126 acres



E1-B1 County Road 142

$475,000 - 26.931 acres



15 Grouse Loop

$475,000 - 3 BD/3 BA

41-Chama - Active

Sqft: 3700 - Acres: 20

1132 Highway 554

$460,000 - 2 BD/3 BA

40-El Rito - Pending

Sqft: 5850 - Acres: 1.87

34869 US Hwy. 285

$449,000 - 3 BD/3 BA

43-Ojo Caliente - Active

Sqft: 2400 - Acres: 3.92

3rd St Terrace Ave #Chama





$441,343 - 55.1679 acres



TBD North and South Tract Horseshoe

$415,000 - 16.64 acres



0 Canyon Drive

$399,900 - 51.27 acres



2500 Rio Chamita Trail

$399,000 - 2 BD/2 BA

41-Chama - Active

Sqft: 0 - Acres: 2.399

631 S Terrace Ave Home #Chama

$376,000 - 4 BD/3 BA

41-Chama - Active

Sqft: 0 - Acres: 0.167

2523 Danielle Dr.

$367,000 - 4 BD/2 BA

41-Chama - Pending

Sqft: 2980 - Acres: 6.74

SR 215 Hwy 554

$365,000 - 22.356 acres

40-El Rito


TBD County Road 312

$364,500 - 242.94 acres



2289 S NM 17




81 Cactus Drive

$350,000 - 3 BD/2 BA

39-Abiquiu - Pending

Sqft: 1625 - Acres: 3.41

West Tract Cottonwood Tracts, NMSR 512

$349,000 - 24.16 acres



296 342

$349,000 - 16 acres



620 Highway 64/84




7 Hollow Oak Dr

$335,000 - 2 BD/3 BA

41-Chama - Pending

Sqft: 0 - Acres: 1.1

#34 Private Drive 1690 US HWY 285

$330,000 - 4 BD/2 BA

43-Ojo Caliente - Active

Sqft: 2384 - Acres: 1.14

TBD HWY 64/84


41-Chama - Active

Acres: 41.1

Lot 1 Section 17, 20, Tn 26 N, Rg 05E


41-Chama - Active

Acres: 100

302 listings found

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