Farmington Homes for Sale and Real Estate
Farmington, the heart of the Four Corners, is far-removed from the hustle and bustle and offers an unparalleled glimpse into the treasures of the Land of Enchantment. Nestled between the San Juan, Animas and La Plata rivers and surrounded by world-class cultural gems and magnificent landscapes, Farmington is the commercial center of the Four Corners. The population more than doubles on weekends as shoppers from the Navajo Nation and other nearby areas come into town.
With an average of 273 sunny days per year, outdoor activities can be enjoyed year-round and are abundant. Farmington is the largest city in San Juan County. A landscape of rolling plateaus, mesas and mountains gives Farmington a frontier town backdrop. With Utah and Colorado’s world-renowned national parks only a few hours away, the snow-capped peaks of Colorado an hour north and the Grand Canyon fewer than five hours to the west, it’s the perfect place to live and enjoy outdoor recreation and travel.
Friendly, active, outdoor loving individuals and families
Stable but fluctuates based upon the oil and gas industry. Retail shopping destination.
Rural and urban with a small town atmosphere
The big city amenities such as progressive schools and state-of-the-art medical facilities
Shopping, dining out, community events, sports, recreation, outdoor activities
Around the Area
Main Street in historic downtown is the place to visit! The Old West meets the comforts and amenities of the 21st century with an abundance of art galleries, trading posts, local restaurants and watering holes.
Farmington’s most famous annual event is the Connie Mack World Series. Youth baseball players from across the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico flock to Farmington for one week each August to compete in amateur baseball’s top tournament. Other annual events include Riverfest, Freedom Days, Totah Festival and Road Apple Rally.
Farmington is many things. It is a charming border town, an oil and gas industry hub, a gateway to the natural beauty of the Southwest, a living remnant of the Old West and a glimpse into the future of the Four Corners. If a small town meets big city setting is what you’re looking for, then Farmington is the place to be!