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3608 Hannett Avenue is the Albuquerque Home You’ve Been Waiting for

Imagine: cotton candy sunsets streaming across the sky, a private backyard oasis fenced off from prying eyes, a crackling stone fireplace inviting you inside—3608 Hannett Avenue is a dream come true.

If you’ve been on the search for a 3-bed, 1.5-bath Albuquerque home that has a prime location, recently updated features, and an affordable price tag, then you’re going to want to take a closer look at this listing. Like what you see? Give us a call, and we’d be more than happy to set you up with a private showing.

Cozy Great Room

The great room at 3608 Hannett Avenue.

Whether you’re relaxing after a night at work or entertaining friends and family, the great room is the perfect space! The stunning stone fireplace is just waiting to come alive with crackling flames, and the built-in wooden bookshelf is the perfect place to add a splash of character.

Plus, the great room flows directly into the dining room and kitchen, so it’s perfect for floating from space to space!

A Dreamy Kitchen

The kitchen at 3608 Hannett Avenue.

The cut-out granite bar in the kitchen acts as a welcoming entryway into the space, connecting it with the rest of the main floor. You’ll also find ample counter space and sunny views out the back window!

Although the kitchen is fantastic the way it is, it also has tons of potential for personalization. Refinish those cabinets, add a backsplash, and really make the space your own!

Flex Space Full of Possibilities

The sitting room at 3608 Hannett Avenue.

Just off the great room and the dining room, you’ll find a cozy room that opens up to the back porch. The previous owners used the space as a sitting room—but there are plenty of other possibilities, from exercise space to an art studio to a home office.

Sparkling Clean Bathroom

The modern and clean bathroom of the home.

The main bathroom of the home is sharp, clean, and modern, with a small sink area that uses the space efficiently and a row of vanity lights that keeps things bright!

Private Back Yard

The back yard at 3608 Hannett Avenue.

While there are plenty of highlights to 3608 Hannett Avenue, the back yard might just be the best part. The back door leads directly out to a covered concrete patio, perfect for a cookout and some outdoor furniture. The rest of the yard is surrounded by a tall fence—half concrete, half wood—so you never have to worry about prying eyes.

The remaining yard space is offers a mix of verdant greenery and wood chips, so you’ll be able to fine-tune your green thumb, host a backyard bash, or even put in a fire pit—the choice is yours!

Prime Location

The exterior and an Albuquerque sunset.

Aside from the features of the home, it also boasts a highly convenient location. Within minutes of your front door, you’ll find the University of New Mexico campus, Whole Foods Market, and Altura Park. Other major stops like Old Town and the Albuquerque Sunport are also just 10 minutes away!

Ready to See 3608 Hannett Avenue for Yourself?

There are so many other highlights of this stunning Albuquerque property—want to see the rest for yourself? Just give the Feil Team a call, and we’ll set you up with a private showing!

In the market fora new home but not sure if 3608 Hannett Avenue is the one for you? Use our specialized search tool to see what else is on the market, and let us know if you have any questions!

A Hidden Gem in Northern ABQ: Explore this Harvest Lane Home

Recently remodeled with an exceptional price tag, 2628 Harvest Lane NW is tucked away in Northern Albuquerque, removed from the hustle and bustle but close enough to be Downtown within minutes.

With a stunning stucco exterior and nearly 3,000 square feet in space, every room of the home was carefully designed to impress. Get a look at a few of our favorite details of 2628 Harvest Lane NW, and give us a call to see more in person!

Luxurious Gourmet Kitchen

The kitchen at 2628 Harvest Lane NW.

When it comes to kitchen space, we might have a bit of culinary envy. Marble, granite, and wood accents, tie the space together, and the stainless steel appliances are all top-of-the-line models.

Windows line the walls, allowing for ample natural lighting to flood the room, and the center island is the perfect place to enjoy a tasty weekend brunch!

Rustic Living Space

The living space at 2628 Harvest Lane NW.

The living areas of the home feature dramatic soaring pine ceilings and banks of oversized windows. Every morning, the sunlight reflects off of every surface in the room, creating a bath of warm natural lighting.

In the corner, you’ll find a rustic, wood-burning furnace, perfect for huddling around on those rare chilly nights. If you need to unwind after a busy day, the living space will hep you get centered.

Warm Master Suite & Bath

The master suite at 2628 Harvest Lane NW.

You’ll find that those lovely pine ceilings from the living space are also present in the master bedroom, accented by light green walls to give the room a classic outdoorsy feel. Just off the master suite, you’ll also find a private deck that looks out onto the peaceful surrounding natural area.

The master bathroom carries through the similar design elements, like the raised pine ceilings and wood accents, and also features a spacious dual-sink vanity equipped with modern lighting.

Work-from-Home Office Space

The office space at 2628 Harvest Lane NW.

Need to call in sick for a day or finish a few things up after hours? You can comfortably work from home thanks to the office space on the ground floor! Built-in cabinets and shelves line the walls, so you’ll never run out of space for storage.

Not sold on the idea of a home office? No problem! The space has the potential to transform into anything, from an art studio to a playroom.

Cozy Outdoor Space

The backyard at 2628 Harvest Lane NW.

The backyard of 2628 Harvest Lane NW has to be one of our favorite parts of the home. Verdant trees and bushes dot the yard, hiding the rustic coyote fencing that lines the property. A small shed sits in the corner of the lot, perfect for storing your extra gardening supplies!

The home also offers a spacious cement patio, covered by the deck off the master suite. Enjoy the sounds of singing birds and chirping crickets every night under the warm glow of the Edison bulbs! If you’re an outdoors lover, this space was made for you.

Ready to See More?

There’s plenty left to explore at 2628 Harvest Lane NW—why not see it for yourself? Give us a call today, and we’ll set up your private showing ASAP.

In the market to buy a home in Albuquerque but still not sure what you’re looking for? Use our buying resources and specialized search tool to get started, and let us know if you have any questions!

Bring Some Spook to Your Summer with the Ghost Tours of Old Town

Albuquerque has a rich history, reaching 300 years into the past…and a lot can happen in three hundred years. The Old Town Ghost Tours not only detail some of the most important happenings around Albuquerque, they also shed some light on a few of the spookiest stories in the city.

Interested in learning a little more about a darker side of local history? Here’s what you need to know about the Ghost Tours of Old Town.

The Details

A man holding up a lantern.

Sure, you could take a regular tour of Old Town, but why not spice things up a little bit? The Ghost Tour takes you through dark back alleys, down the halls of historic buildings, and through hidden cemeteries, all in search of the concealed secrets and lost souls of the city.

Tours last for 105 minutes, and you’ll have a professional guide leading you by lantern light through each of the sites and stops. You won’t find haunted-house scares, like costumed ghouls jumping out or flashing lights and spooky soundtracks. What you will find is the fascinating, and sometimes unsettling, history of Albuquerque—with a paranormal twist. You can even rent ghost hunting equipment to bring along on the tour!

Ghosts in Albuquerque?

A man sitting on a bench with a ghost behind him.

Did you know that Albuquerque is actually known as a hot spot for ghost activity? It’s true: we’ve even got a few famous ghosts in the city!

There are less-threatening spirits, like Bobby Darnall, a six-year-old boy who passed away after an explosion in the Kimo Theatre. Rumor has it that he loves doughnuts and must be appeased every now and then—or else he may blow out light bulbs or mess with the theatre’s power.

But there are also a few more chilling specters that find a home in the city—like the Lady in Black, who haunts the Chapel of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Old Town. People say that she often appears in the chapel pews, dressed in all black, sobbing, praying, or meditating. Some paranormal investigators even claim to have audio and photographic evidence proof of her existence.

Who knows who you’ll encounter on the Ghost Tour?

Sign up for Your Tour

A map, camera, money, and a compass.

Ghost Tours happen nearly every night of the year, excluding holidays and select days, and start at 8pm. Tickets should be purchased online at least 2 hours in advance, and prices are as follows:

  • Adult: $25
  • Seniors (55+), Military, EMT, Teachers, College students: $22
  • Students (13-17): $17
  • Youth (6-12): $10
  • Children 5 and under: Free

While the tour is certainly spooky, it’s rated PG, so feel free to bring the kiddos along! If you want to turn up the scare factor to PG-13, be sure to check out the Moonlight Ghost Tour, which happens at 10pm.

Find Your Home in Albuquerque

Aside from Ghost Tours, there’s plenty of things to do around Old Town and Albuquerque, from summertime concerts to history tours to weeklong fiestas. Life here is truly one-of-a-kind!

If you’re interested in finding your home in Albuquerque, the Feil Team is here to help. Take some time to explore the area, browse our buying resources, and give us a call when you’re ready to get started!

Dive in to Local Arts & Culture at the Latest Albuquerque Museum Exhibit

One of the benefits of living in a place like Albuquerque is the chance to learn about and experience a variety of cultures. The Albuquerque Museum strives to showcase works, pieces, and stories from a wide spectrum of people, and the latest exhibit is no exception.

Visions of the Hispanic World” has been on view at the museum since November 10th, 2018,  and it will stay on display until March 31st, 2019. Organized by the Hispanic Society of American and curated by the Executive Director Mitchell A. Codding, it’s truly a can’t-miss exhibit.

“Visions of the Hispanic World”

A woman at an art exhibitThe exhibit as a whole details the narrative of cultures in Spain and how their influence and heritage grew within the area and still does today. Over 220 works are included, covering 3,00 years of time and history. Some of the works have never even been exhibited before!

The pieces on display are all part of the Hispanic Society’s own Museum and Library collections, and will include things like archaeological artifacts from the Iberian Peninsula, art work from Islamic Spain, and manuscripts from a variety of ages, as well as sculptures, decorative arts, and paintings. The pieces date all the way back to the Medieval Age and stretch to the early 20th century.

The goal of the exhibit is to allow New Mexican residents to both observe the larger world culture, as well as see how their own region was influenced by the Hispanic world.

Part I

An ancient bustThe first part of the exhibit takes place November 10th through March 31st and will deal with the oldest works. The Ancient, Islamic, Medieval, Golden Age, Colonial, and 19th century Spain and Latin America will be showcased. Works from this periods will be by artists including El Greco, Velázquez, and Zubarán.

Part II

Part II will take place from December 22nd to March 31st. While it covers a significantly smaller period, – painter Francisco de Goya through the 1920s in Spain – it still offers a wealth of material. Often referred to as the father of modern art, Goya had an enormous impact on the artistic that still shows up today.

Visit the Exhibit

Since the exhibit is a special, limited-time feature at the Albuquerque Museum, visitors will have to pay an extra fee to gain admittance. Children under 12, however, don’t have to pay, and there is no charge during the museum’s free days.

Avoid the lines, and purchase your ticket ahead of time here!

Find Your Home in Albuquerque

Here in Albuquerque, we’re always ready to learn more about the people around us, and learn from others. So when you move here, you can expect to be welcomed with open arms into the tight-knit communities!

Are you looking to make the move to Albuquerque? The Feil Team is here to help! Feel free to contact us with any questions or to get started today.

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5 Reasons to Drop Everything and Move to Albuquerque Right Now

Let’s be real: there’s no place quite like Albuquerque. Centrally located, close to natural wonders and metropolitan attractions, and home to the best chiles in the world, Albuquerque continues to impress long after you’ve moved here.

There are so many reasons to love Albuquerque, it’s hard to pick our top 5. In addition to gourmet food, gorgeous homes for sale, and plenty of historic charm, Albuquerque has amenities to complement every lifestyle.

With over 22,000 acres of parkland, unique and interesting shopping, and picturesque scenery around every corner, what’s not to love?

Still in doubt? Here’s five key reasons why life is better in Albuquerque.

Some of the Cleanest Air in the U.S.

Sunflowers in the Albuquerque desert.Once you’re within city limits, you’ll be able to tell. Albuquerque has exceptionally high air quality, it’s obvious with every breath you take!

In fact, Albuquerque was ranked ninth in the nation for cleanest air, according to the American Lung Association.

Big-City Amenities with a Small Town Feel

Living in Albuquerque means having big-city amenities and small town charm right at your fingertips. Enjoy a wide variety of gourmet restaurants, exciting nightlife, and museums while still feeling a part of a tight-knit community.

Plus, traffic in Albuquerque is no big deal. It’s much calmer than the traffic of a major metropolitan area like L.A.

The International Balloon Fiesta

Row of hot air balloons on the ground.Because the weather in Albuquerque is regularly fantastic, it allows more time for exciting outdoor events throughout the year. Take, for example, the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, also known as the largest hot air balloon fiesta in the world.

Every year, the skies of Albuquerque fill with gorgeous hot air balloons in every color imaginable. In addition to the balloons, the fiesta features a whole week of awesome events like laser light shows, chainsaw carving competitions, a rodeo, and live entertainment.

A Distinct Local Culture

Red chiles hanging from a post.New Mexican food is unlike any other.

People who live here long enough report feeling withdrawal-like symptoms when they leave, because you can’t food food like this anywhere else in the world.

Native American and Hispanic cultures blend seamlessly in Albuquerque, which you’ll see represented in historic places like Old Town, and even everyday mom & pop shops throughout the city.

Natural Outdoor beauty

Clouds rolling over the Sandia Mountains.Breathtaking mountain ranges, scenic desert vistas, and more are waiting in Albuquerque. The Sandias are one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world. Depending on the time of day, they are almost never the same color twice. Imagine living in a city that has such a gorgeous natural backdrop at all times!

Let Us Convince You

That Albuquerque is the best place to live. If you have any questions about life in Albuquerque, or the kind of homes for sale here, please reach out to us. We would love to connect you with even more resources about the area.