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MLS # 202201408
Status: Active
Property Type: Residential
MLS # 201603528
Status: Active
Property Type: Residential
MLS # 202200768
Status: Active
Property Type: Residential
MLS # 202200279
Status: Pending
Property Type: Residential
MLS # 202200352
Status: Active
Property Type: Residential
MLS # 202200287
Status: Active
Property Type: Residential
MLS # 202200286
Status: Active
Property Type: Residential
MLS # 202200841
Status: Pending
Property Type: Residential
MLS # 202200680
Status: Active
Property Type: Residential
MLS # 202105449
Status: Active
Property Type: Residential

Jarred Conley, Owner & Qualifying Broker

1 (505) 501-8002 • jarred@nmrealestategroup.com

As the Owner and Qualifying Broker for New Mexico Real Estate Group, Jarred strives to provide the perfect platform from which to bring a first-class real estate transaction experience to Buyers and Sellers. As a native of northern New Mexico, he has the knowledge and relationships that are essential to completing transactions.

Sincere and energetic, Jarred Conley greets you with his winning smile, an unmistakable trademark. With a strong business and finance background coupled with indelible values of integrity and professionalism, Jarred brings a wealth of resources to all real estate transactions.

Jarred measures his success by the satisfaction of his clients and the happiness of his Group. Always striving to bring a fresh perspective to the table, he never stops learning, never stops challenging himself to meet the highest standards of professionalism, and never loses sight of the essential balance between productivity, integrity, and vision.


Jarred Conley is an excellent realtor. -- Feb 2022

Jarred Conley is an excellent realtor. My home in Abiquiú was only on the market for 17 days and he got the job done. He is upbeat , excellent in communication, great sense of humor and knows his industry. It was a delight working with Jarred.

Jarred lives and breathes the land of enchantment. – Tina K. -- Feb 2022

Jarred Conley sold us our first parcel of land, here in Youngsville NM. Jarred lives and breathes the land of enchantment. Jarred found us our land that still brings happy tears to our eyes everyday. Grateful for his professionalism and his kindness, he is honest man doing a great job! And we are forever thankful.

Jarred is truly one of a kind! – Stacie S. -- Feb 2022

Jarred is truly one of a kind! I knew him growing up and had the pleasure of keeping in touch through social media since moving to SC. My parents decided to sell their Brazos mountain home (that my dad built – I grew up in). I didn’t even hesitate to give them Jarred’s contact info! They took my advice and got in touch with him…and although the house wasn’t located in his usual area of business, he agreed to meet with them (first time ever!) and make an assessment. Jarred genuinely appreciated the home my parents kept, even after 30 years of FAMILY Life…raising two kids then looking after 5 grandchildren. Needless to say, Jarred’s talents far exceed real estate. His photography skills were put to use and captured everything we loved most about the place…and could now share it with the world! Within a year my parents received a CASH offer! I will be forever grateful to Jarred for his time and extra care on this house and giving my parents such peace of mind. ♥️

Jarred is responsive and truly concerned. – Martha T. -- Feb 2022

There are New Mexico realtors and then there are those posing to represent you but are only there to just get the commission. Properties especially with land require a professional, determined and honest representative that is looking out for the client. Jarred is responsive and truly concerned that the potential buyer or seller he represents is supported with the pertinent information for the best transaction.

Jarred helped us throught the process. – David R. -- Feb 2022

Jarred helped us throughout the process. His extensive knowledge, good judgement, and common sense all help make the purchase much easier for us. Plus, he’s a nice guy!

Jarred was a fantastic broker. – Howard G -- Feb 2022

Jarred was a fantastic broker. From start to finish he handled all aspects of our sale and he addressed any and all glitches in the paperwork needed to finalize the sale. He would travel to our house late in the evening to address issues he found or to have papers signed immediately. He worked with us, guided us and made everything go smoothly

I can’t say enough great things about Jarred Conley. – Glenda F. -- Feb 2022

I can’t say enough great things about Jarred Conley, his expertise and constant guidance in selling our home. He was always available to us when we needed advice or help to expedite the process. He followed through impeccably with all agencies/parties involved. He made it totally seamless for us every step of the way. His knowledge of market dynamics, northern New Mexico culture and all the variables of pricing our property to sell made all the difference. I might also mention he’s very bright, fun and such a pleasure to work with. We plan to recommend him to everyone we know. Thank you Jarred!

Jarred is a great realtor. – Willy C. -- Feb 2022

Jarred is a great realtor. He is highly knowledgeable, diligent, hard-working, and very responsive. He routinely went the extra mile, and provided exceptional results. I would absolutely recommend him to any one looking to either or sell a property in northern New Mexico.

Location of Abiquiu Real Estate

Abiquiu Real Estate is about 60 miles north of Santa Fe on US highway 84. This road from Santa Fe is generally passable as far as Abiquiu even after winter storms, as unlike some of the region’s other highways, it stays in the valley. However, north of Abiquiu, it can be messy in the winter, so check on conditions if you’re approaching from Colorado. The nearest major airport is in Albuquerque 60 miles south of Santa Fe.

The Historical View

Ancient Pueblo peoples populated the region for millennia prior to the arrival of Spanish explorers in the 1600s.

Santa Rosa de Abiquiu

This site is off US Highway 84 just south of Abiquiu. The ruins are the remnants of the original Spanish settlement. Santa Rosa de Abiquiu was built in the 1730s, abandoned in 1748 because of Indian raids, resettled in 1750, and again abandoned when the population moved into the Genizaro pueblo.

Abiquiu Village

The Village was settled following a 1754 Spanish land grant to Hispanicized Indians (Genizaros) and was a frontier settlement for more than 80 years. In the 18th and 19th centuries, Abiquiu was a center of trade for Plains and Pueblo Indians, and a point of departure for those traveling along the northern Spanish Trail to Spanish settlements in California. A Catholic church built by the community in the 1930s has become the Plaza’s centerpiece.

The Old Spanish Trail

One route of the Old Spanish Trail goes through the Rio Chama valley and Abiquiu. The trail takes its name from the old Spanish colonies in northern New Mexico and southern California which were linked by this rugged route. The Spanish outpost of Santa Fe, NM was founded in the early 1600s ten years before the Plymouth Colony was established by the Mayflower pilgrims. The presidio of Monterey was founded in 1770 and the San Gabriel Mission in 1771. But it was not until 1829 that a suitable land passage between these colonies in the interior of New Mexico and the California coast became established and regularly used. Today, only a few remnant traces of the trail can be seen where hundreds of fast trotting mules and their tired muleteers once traversed the high country of New Mexico and Colorado on their way to California’s fertile trading fields.

For traveling Mexican caravans between 1829 and 1848, the Old Spanish Trail was known as the shortest path to riches between Los Angeles and Santa Fe. It was a trail of commercial opportunity and western adventure as well as slave trading, horse thieving and raids. The Trail route was established along a loose network of Indian footpaths that crossed the wide expanse of the Colorado Plateau and the Mojave Desert. With time, this newly established trade corridor attracted frontiersman and U.S. military expeditions.

Art & Studio Tours

Abiquiu Studio Tour

Each fall for the last 17 years, the artists of Abiquiu have hosted the annual Abiquiu Studio Tour during the three-day Columbus Day weekend. The distinctive works of over 60 local artists, creating from a variety of media, will be displayed in the artist’s studios and other venues. Art aficionados enjoy works from fiber weaving to mask making and from painting to pottery. www.abiquiustudiotour.org

Abiquiu Chamber Music – Summer weekend afternoons Rio Chama

Extraordinary chamber music as it should be experienced: in an incomparable natural setting overlooking the Rio Chama and close to the performers. Audience members become part of an intimate sharing of varied works for different mediums and are able to mingle and talk with the artists at the post-concert dinner “meet the Artists”. www.abiquiumusic.com

Georgia O’Keeffe – Home and Studio

Off dusty County Road 164 in the historic Village of Abiquiu is the home & studio of the quintessentially American artist Georgia O’Keeffe a major figure in 20th century American art (1887-1986). The buildings, their immediate surroundings, and the views they command of mountains, mesas, cerros, and skyscapes inspired many of O’Keeffe’s best-known paintings and combine to provide insight into her vision and process. O’Keeffe moved from New York City to Abiquiu in the late 1940s and lived in this 5,000-square-foot home dating from the Spanish Colonial era. Seasonal tours open to the public. www.okeeffemuseum.org

Exhibitions at the Galleria Arriba

Each season local artists are selected to display their works in an upstairs gallery in the picturesque Abiquiu Inn. www.abiquiuinn.com

Abiquiu Real Estate Points of Interest

Christ in the Desert Monastery

This Benedictine Abbey is located in a beautiful and isolated spot on the Chama River. The road is not totally maintained, and is often impassable after snow or rain storms. The monks practice the Benedictine life of prayer, reading, and manual labor which now also include a beautiful scriptorium. http://www.christdesert.org.

Dar al Islam

The North African-style mosque and attached school were constructed in the early 1980’s with the dream of starting a model village showcasing Islam in America. The facility, with a training and worship structure that contains a school, library, elaborate prayer rooms, and living quarters, is dedicated to the betterment of society through education and cooperation. http://www.daralislam.org

Ghost Ranch

In the 1930’s Arthur Pack bought a ranch in northern New Mexico known as Ghost Ranch writing two books about the Ranch and his family’s experiences. The 21,000 acre Ranch was part of a land grant to Pedro Martin Serrano from the King of Spain in 1766. The grant was called Piedra Lumbre (shining rock/stone). The name “Ghost Ranch,” or the local name “El Rancho de los Brujos (witches),” was derived from the many tales of ghosts and legends of hangings in the Ranch’s history. There were many bones to be found in this high desert country, Georgia O’Keeffe painted and displayed them. Paleontologists digging at the Ranch discovered a fully intact Late Triassic Period, theropod dinosaur Coelophysis bauri, that was later designated as the New Mexico State Fossil. In 1955 Arthur and Phoebe Pack, presented the ranch to the Board of Christian Education Presbyterian Church, USA, to be used as a national retreat and education center. www.ghostranch.org

Abiquiu Real Estate Recreation

Lakes and Reservoirs on the Rio Chama

Fishing, swimming, rafting, sailing, water skiing, canoeing, and kayaking are available on three easily accessible lakes up river from Abiquiu. Abiquiu Reservoir Dam, creating Abiquiu Lake was constructed in 1963 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and now covers about 2,000 acres of former Ghost Ranch land. This is the second of three dams, creating Heron & El Vado Lakes, constructed on the Chama River watershed between 1935 and 1972. Swimming, camping, hiking, fishing and picnicking are offered at Canjilón Lakes located near the 10,000 foot Cerro Canjilón.

Chama River Wilderness

The Wild and Scenic Chama River runs through the 50,300-acre Chama River Canyon Wilderness where you can enjoy the rush of a whitewater raft trip. The walls of the Chama Canyon are a striking variety of colors from yellows to maroons marking the distinct layers of sedimentary rock. With the elevation differences, the vegetation varies from Pinon and juniper to ponderosa and fir with lots of Gambel oak, chamisa and cactus. Above the high sandstone bluffs and prominent rock formations that line the river canyon, the trail system is in need of maintenance.

Echo Amphitheater

The sandstone walls of this National Forest Service site provide a remarkable resonance. The ‘theater’, naturally hollowed out by ages of erosion creating concave cliffs of buff and crimson, create lasting echoes.

Plaza Blanca

Given its unusual and spiritual landscape it’s no wonder that Plaza Blanca, is painted and photographed by countless artists every year including Georgia O’Keeffe. The canyon wall faces of gray to whitish sedimentary rock formations have been sculpted by wind and moisture in whimsical figurines.

Pedernal Peak

Cerro Pedernal (Flint Peak), one of the most recognized landmarks in north-central New Mexico, is located in the northern Jemez Mountains, was depicted in numerous paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe. Cerro Pedernal lies in the transition zone between the Colorado Plateau and the Rio Grande rift. The andesite and basalt flows capping Cerro Pedernal, which give the mountain its distinctive flat top, erupted from the northern Jemez volcanic field about 8 million years ago. http://geoinfo.nmt.edu/tour/landmarks/cerro_pedernal/home.html

The Poshouinge Ruins

Remnants of an old pueblo above the Chama River Valley include a large pueblo with over 700 ground-floor rooms surrounding 2 large plazas with a large kiva in the larger plaza.

On Location – Movie Filming

The stunning landscape has attracted numerous movie makers to set all or a portion of their films in Abiquiu from Indiana Jones to City Slickers.

Lodging, Shopping & Dining

Bode’s General Store

During the Spanish colonial era the then called “Grant Brothers” on the Old Spanish Trail served as a stagecoach stop, a jail, a post office, and a store. Martin Bode secured the property in 1919. Today Bode’s is a community gathering place offering Gas, groceries, baked goods, coffee, beer, wine, liquor, fishing licenses, housewares, gear and delicious deli fare.


The Abiquiu Inn and Café Abiquiu

Located on Highway 84, the Inn, with Classic New Mexican style architecture, offers lodging, a restaurant with free internet service, gift shop & gallery and Casitas with fireplaces & views.

505-685-4378, 800-447-5621 abiquiuinn.com