About Us
The early people of the great Southwest, loosely categorized under the amalgam Anasazi, knew a thing or two about prime real estate. Holding three prominent regional landmarks sacred (the Rio Grande, Cabezon, and Sandia Peak), these ancestors of today’s Pueblo people gravitated to areas where all three could be viewed. The archeological record shows that the lower foothills of Placitas was such a place.
 
         
          Views. Recumbent hills laced with natural walking trails. A million miles of abundant blue skies.  Thunderheads and fabulous blooms of the desert four o'clock plant. Above all else, the gentle fragrance of pinon permeating the air.
 
          The natural splendors of Anasazi Trails and Anasazi Meadows are the very rhythm of life in this storied part of New Mexico. Ever since the late Eighties, the people of Placitas have celebrated this unique place. Infrastructure is quietly unobtrusive, from underground utilities to meandering paved roads and a private community water system, high speed Internet access and digital cable TV. Gently rolling lots of ¾ to 2+ acres are platted for maximum privacy with offset building pads to preserve the pristine views (236 total lots, 130 homes already built). Carefully constructed Covenants, Codes and Restrictions (CC&Rs) designed to maintain the value and desirability of your investment for as long as humanly possible.
 
          Take a hike up the arroyo or play a set of tennis in the centrally located 8 acres of common area.
A neighborhood with the sense of community—picturesque and private—and a quick trip to two great metropolitan areas offering world class restaurants, boutiques and galleries. A wonderful place to live!