Sitting on nearly 1,000 acres, Sonoma Ranch encompasses Sonoma Ranch North and Sonoma Ranch South.
Planning for the award-winning design of Sonoma Ranch began in 1995. Ground was broken in 1999. Maximum capacity of Sonoma Ranch South is 1,750 and Sonoma Ranch North is 1,449.
Homes surround the golf course, which was the first built in Las Cruces in 40 years. It was designed by Cal Olsen Golf Architecture of San Juan Capistrano, Calif. The 7,001-yard course is open to the public. Green fees range from $27 to $49 per round, including cart.
The 100 golf course home lots average 10,000 square feet, while the 126 standard home sites average 8,400 square feet. Multi-family homes are also available, too.
Eight-foot-wide walking and biking trails wind through the community with landscaped medians and common and open space areas.
Nearby public schools include Desert Hills Elementary (K-5), Camino Real Middle School (6-8) and Oñate High School.
Residents can see panoramic views of the desert and mountains in any direction where wide-open spaces transfer the feeling of privacy in this lovely spot in the foothills of the Organ Mountains.
The commute from Sonoma Ranch to Las Cruces is only minutes and the 47-mile drive to El Paso on I-10 is a breeze, day or night.
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