Creating a Lifestyle at La Tierra Escondida | Las Cruces, New Mexicos Premier Green Community


As one of the premier custom builders in Las Cruces, I have enjoyed the opportunities that La Tierra Escondida has provided for the caliber of homes I build for my clientele.  La Tierra Escondida is always in top consideration for their home sites. They feel as I do about the many natural amenities, as well as the carefully thought out and much appreciated additions to the neighborhood.  Large lots and spacious open area with spectacular views are always the biggest consideration in my clients lot decision. Having a great selection of these types of lots always makes it easier for me to help the clients visualize their new home in La Tierra Escondida.


Robert, and Jennifer Snadoval of R. Hines Construction

- R Hines Construction

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Las Cruces and Dona Ana County recognized again!
Posted Sep 3rd, 2010

In yet another number one ranking for the city of Las Cruces our fair city has been recognized as New Mexico's top pick in Americas Farmers Market Contest.  In an online poll by American Farmland Trust, Las Cruces Farmers Market and Craft Fair is number one in the State beating Santa Fe's Farmers Market with 6 times as many votes according to the web site  "The market is one of the main reasons we're moving here to Las Cruces," said Judith Yorkey of Houston Texas.  "It's well deserved," said Jim and Charlie Enos who run Jim's Slabs & Cabs, purveyors of rocks and mineral specimens.  It's a great place to get Chile peppers, Ristras and a wide variety other fresh produce.  Dona Ana County is now home to three of the five top Farmers Markets in the State.  Story reference by S. Derrickson Moore of the Las Cruces Sun News on September 2, 2010.


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