Silver City View
Housing in Silver City varies from one section of town to the next. A wide range of land descriptions actually occurs within the community, from the original cienega to steep ridges sharply dividing the town. The outlying developments range from rolling grassland to ponderosa covered parcels with stunning mountain vistas. Costs vary dramatically from the twenties in the mining district to the two and three hundreds in the historic district and newer developments. Silver City housing is priced significantly lower than Santa Fe, Phoenix and Los Angeles, but higher than El Paso and the border region.
The clusters of homes and developments in the area reflect the makeup of individual lifestyles and interests. Homes in the historic district project Victorian charm with their intricate woodwork, small manicured yards and old world furniture. Sprawling Mediterranean and Spanish haciendas are being built throughout the wooded hills and canyons surrounding Silver City. Other homes are nestled in the forest near walking and mountain-biking trails and some provide the opportunity for horses.