Equestrian's Dream


Corrales gets its name from the Spanish word for corrals — appropriately so, because settlers and explorers would house horses there, and to this day it's a common sight to see local residents on horseback taking a ride. Corrales offers a lifestyle that blends luxury with the old world. 

Exterior view of Corrales homes for sale near Albuquerque, New Mexico

Corrales Real Estate Stats

Average Price $624K
Lowest Price $2.3K
Highest Price $2.8M
Total Listings 81
Avg. Days On Market 105
Avg. Price/SQFT $337

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Corrales Real Estate Information

Corrales real estate is located in Sandoval County, situated just north of Albuquerque, east of Rio Rancho and west of the county seat of Bernalillo.

Many of the properties in Corrales offer large, multi-acre lots with plenty of yard space for swimming pools, hot tubs, and even garden areas. 

Due to the close proximity of the Rio Grande, Corrales real estate can often be found with large orchards, vineyards and other green spaces, perfect for homeowners with a green thumb.

Real estate in Corrales provides breathtaking views of both the Sandia Mountains and the Rio Grande to the east, making the perfect scenery for waking up to and enjoying with that first cup of coffee.

Corrales homes have large windows in nearly every room, making sure these homes are flooded with natural light. Some homes even contain sunroofs for reduced energy bills.

Another eco-friendly feature about Corrales real estate is that homes are typically made with traditional adobe materials, common for New Mexico real estate.

This ensures that your home is warm in the winter and cool in the summer, reducing and in some cases eliminating the need for heaters and air conditioning units.

Much of the real estate in Corrales is large, with an average of three to four bedrooms and as many bathrooms.

Primary bedrooms in Corrales houses often have sitting rooms with private balconies, as well as large private bathrooms with spa-like baths and showers.

Corrales real estate is as unique as the community members, from historic homes passed down for generations to luxurious properties for the most discerning clientele.

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Corrales Area Information

Located practically on the shores of the beautiful Rio Grande with three entry points into Corrales, life here is secluded and removed from the hustle and bustle of other cities.

Throughout the village of Corrales, you'll find plenty of different boutiques, yoga and art studios, breweries and even local wineries like Pasando Tiempo. 

Vernons is another local favourite for Corrales residents — hidden behind an unmarked door, this speakeasy offers a superb experience.

A few other options for popular Corrales restaurants include:

  • Hannah & Nate's 
  • Village Pizza
  • Perea's Restaurant

The fun doesn't stop there, however. Corrales is full of ranches and equestrian facilities for those who love horseback riding. 

The nearby Corrales Bosque Preserve is also located on the southeastern side of the village, on the banks of the Rio Grande.

Here, residents can explore the local flora and fauna unique to the area while traversing the many trails that can be found here, great for walking, hiking, jogging or biking. 

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Dining In Corrales

Breakfast served with coffee, orange juice, croissants, cereals and fruits

Dining around the Corrales area consists of many delicious sit down restaurants and quick bites to eat such as:


Corrales, Albuquerque FAQs

Q: How long ago is it known that Corrales may have been occupied since?
A: Prehistoric sites give indication that the Corrales Valley has been occupied since as early as 500 A.D. for those looking for sustenance from the rich and fertile valley.

Q: What was Corrales once known for?
A: Corrales was once popularly known for its vineyards and its making of wine by 1900 from French and Italian families, eventually replaced by acres of pastures, orchards, and cornfields. 

Q: What are the most popular events that take place in Corrales?
A: Popular festivals and events include the Scarecrow Festival, the Starlight Parade, the Harvest Festival, the annual Garden Tour, the Corrales Art Studio Tour, and more. 

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