Travel to Santa FeNovember 6th, 2013 | +Kelly Johnson | 2 Comments
Every Wednesday, we chat with our affiliates from around the globe to get the inside scoop on some of the world’s finest locations. Today, we bring you to the Santa Fe with Tommy Faulkner of Barker Realty.
What is your title/role with Barker Real Estate?
Director of Marketing and Technologies
How long have you lived in Santa Fe?
I’ve lived in the southwest hills of Santa Fe with me and my 4 dogs for 6 years.
What do you love most about Santa Fe?
How the city embraces it’s history while never loosing step with the cultural styles of today…and the green chili.
Favorite weekend activity
Making music, snowboarding at Ski Santa Fe, playing golf, and working on my granola company, Santa Fe Granola Co.
A few of my favorite things:
Top 5 tips for those traveling to Santa Fe?
1. Get to see a show at the Santa Fe Opera or The Lensic Theater
2. Drive up Hyde Park road and take a soak at 10,000 Waves
3. Get to the Folk Art Museum
4. Listen to 98.1 KBAC, Santa Fe’s local and locally programmed radio station…It’s Awesome
5. Green meat tacos at La Choza
What advice do you have for someone relocating to Santa Fe?
Don’t expect to paint your house that technicolor salmon you had in Miami, there is one color of home, adobe.
What is most appealing to tourists/locals?
Food, History, Art, and Anonymity. The weather ain’t bad either.
Tell us a local secret!
Casa de Vidrio
This estate features all the amenities the homeowner and their guests would want with a private home in Santa Fe: contemporary color filled architecture, multiple outdoor living spaces, floor to ceiling windows to take advantage of the beautiful views of the land, surrounding mountain ranges and stunning moonrises and sunsets, one story living spaces, and proximity to year round art and culture.
Surrounding Mountain Ranges and Stunning Moonrises and Sunsets.
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