Choosing The Best Home Locations In El Paso
When choosing what a home in the to move to, you have a lot of different options. There are many different sides of the city, all of which have different things to make them stand out above the others. Even if you’re not looking precisely in El Paso, the surrounding areas that we offer homes in are just as amazing. From in the middle of everything, to a little more peace and quiet. Each place is excellent for you to get your first new home or if you’re moving your family. We’ve found the best reasons for each of our home locations.
In El Paso East
The Eastside of El Paso is one of the fastest-growing home locations in the city. It’s also the newest part of El Paso in terms of existence. Over the past 20 years, the east side has grown larger and faster than anyone imagined. If you’re starting a family, then the Eastside could be one of your best choices. It’s filled with parks and outdoor locations and a vast selection of new schools to choose from, no matter your child’s age. There’s also easy access to different parts of the city with Loop 375 and I-10 close by. Currently, the Eastside has the fastest growing business population in the city as well.
In El Paso West
The Westside is known for its luxurious home and way of living. With open land that sits on the New Mexico border, there’s no better place to catch a stunning sunset that El Paso is famously known for. Homeowners on this side of town have new business locations to visit like West Towne Marketplace. There’s also the gorgeous River Park Trail to hit the outdoors. With schools of every sort nearby, it’s also the easiest of all the home locations to reach UTEP and NMSU. For families and first homeowners, there’s a vast amount of opportunities here.
In El Paso Northeast
Our home locations in Northeast El Paso offer some of the best and classic El Paso spots. It’s also a central location for any place you want to go with the Anthony Gap that leads to New Mexico, Transmountain Road leading to the Westside, and either Loop 375 or I-10 to Central and East El Paso. Some of El Paso’s most popular schools are in this area, making the perfect choice for families. With our military base Fort Bliss close by, it’s grown and opened up new businesses and restaurants to keep you busy. Northeast also has some of the best parks and outdoor activities being so close to the mountains.
Home Locations In Anthony, Tx
If you’re looking for a little more peace and quiet than the hustle and bustle of the main home locations in El Paso, then the small town of Anthony may be great for you. It could be the relief you’re looking for in a home with its tranquil landscape and small community. It’s a great place to bounce between the fun of both New Mexico and El Paso. Filled with great restaurants and a small but structured school system, Anthony is great for a family looking to focus on themselves. It has about 5,000 residents and continues to grow as more families find it to be a relaxed and beautiful place to stay.
Home Locations In Sunland Park, NM
One of our favorite places where we have homes in Sunland Park, New Mexico. It’s a great place to have fun for every member of your family. With Bob-o’s Family Fun Center, Western Playland, and Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino all close by. It’s also near a population of schools, giving you a small selection to choose from for each grade level. You have food and more local businesses than anywhere else here with State Lane and Ardovino’s Desert Crossing. You have easy access to the Westside or even better access now with highway updates taking you to Downtown.
Home Locations In Las Cruces, NM
Finally, Las Cruces, New Mexico, is the last stop on our list of home locations. It’s home to The University of New Mexico and the Pan American Theater. Las Cruces is the sister city to El Paso, sitting on the border of New Mexico and Texas. Only a 30-minute drive from El Paso, it’s a great place to move your family to with food, education, and entertainment on every corner. It can open up more working opportunities for your family or give you a little break from a busier city like El Paso. It’s more known as a college town than El Paso, but that’s due to the smaller population. There’s also White Sands National Park just an hour away!
Choosing Your New Home
When picking your new home location, it’s a hard choice. When it comes to the final decision-making process, remember what you think will be best for your family or just what’s best suited for your personal needs as a new homeowner. Either way, Zia Homes can walk you through our models and help you pick the best choice depending on your lifestyle. We look forward to joining you and your family on this new and exciting journey.