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Once named Bosque del Pino, Spanish for “Forest of Pines,” the historic farm community was formed in 1716. Today, with a population of just over 4,000 residents, Bosque Farms is a hidden gem of open spaces, towering trees, and suburban peace. Now a mostly residential area, this small community provides for a wonderful life away from the busyness of the city, while never lacking in nearby amenities.
Life in the village of Bosque Farms is known for its charms. The real estate in Bosque Farms is largely made up of single-family homes. Fittingly for its name, much of the property here is part of the agricultural industry, and many homes come complete with spacious lots and plenty of acres. Whether looking for a home where you can keep your horses, or just plenty of room to spread out, the wide-open spaces and comfortable homes of Bosque Farms have plenty to offer.
Community is part of what makes Bosque Farms so special, where neighbors stop to say hello and events bring together families from around the area. The Bosque Farms Community Fair is an annual event going on for more than seventy years. The summer fair features a weekend of good food and family-friendly fun. The Bosque Farms Community Center hosts a range of events weekly, with a focus on providing a place for seniors in the village to gather.
Great southwestern cuisine can be enjoyed amidst the small array of local dining spots in Bosque Farms. Benny’s Mexican Kitchen and Sopa’s Restaurant are both popular places to enjoy a great New Mexico meal. Lining Bosque Farms Boulevard are numerous other shopping and dining options, including chains like Dollar General and Sonic, as well as local grocer’s, pharmacies, and craft stores. Tying back to its farming routes, Bosque Farms is home to the De Smet Dairy and Creamery, which is the only Grade A, dairy farm and bottling facility for raw milk in the state. Locals and folks from around the region enjoy their locally produced milk, yogurt, and eggs.
Residents of Bosque Farms also enjoy living just a short drive away from Albuquerque, where there are countless other opportunities for fun and entertainment. All the amenities of having the city nearby, while still maintaining enough distance to keep the peace and quiet, adds to what makes Bosque Farms so special. Residents of Bosque Farms are served by Los Lunas Schools. The local Bosque Farms Elementary School has won awards for the excellent education it provides. For middle and high school, Bosque Farms residents attend nearby schools in the Los Lunas Schools district.