Parks, Appliance Stores, and Churches in Martineztown – Albuquerque, NM

Martineztown has a number of Parks, Appliance Stores, and Churches we’ll discuss in this short post. First, a quick introduction to the area.

The Albuquerque neighborhood of Martineztown is located at the intersection of I-25 and I-40, straddling I-40. Numerous pillars of the city, including Albuquerque High School and several cemeteries, are located there due to their strategic location. One of Albuquerque’s oldest neighborhoods, Martineztown is named after the Martins, one of the original settlers.

Santa Barbara-Martineztown Park

Santa Barbara-Martineztown Park is a peaceful location where you may walk your pets or let the kids burn off some energy. When softball leagues are in session, this park is a popular destination in the area because it also features a softball field.

Appliance Liquidators

If you want to save money from buying major appliances in Albuquerque, Appliance Liquidators in the Martineztown neighborhood might be the perfect place for you. They sell items that range from brand-new in-the-box to old floor models and discontinued models. They also have a scratch and dent section. Except as otherwise noted, all models come with the normal manufacturer guarantee of one year. They service every brand they sell and offer extended warranties as well. Additionally, they have access to the state’s best in-stock inventory, allowing customers to pick up the most popular models right away. 

One Google reviewer, Chelsea S. shared;

“Amazing company. Service in store was so fast and easy. Prices are great for the products! Great deals for minor dents and scratches. Delivery was so fast and easy. All people involved were so nice and helpful. Definitely go here for your appliance needs.”

San Ignacio Catholic Church

San Ignacio Catholic Church, a stunning, historic church, is located in Martineztown. It has been there for more than a century. Friar Joseph Arthius helped gather the resources and effort to establish a parish in the locality after observing that many residents were going considerable distances to attend mass at San Felipe de Neri. The fact that they continue to conduct a Latin mass sets them apart from other Catholic churches in the region.

Driving Directions from San Ignacio Catholic Church to Legacy Tree Company

Drive 14 min (6.7 miles)

San Ignacio Catholic Church

1300 Walter St NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102, United States

Head west on Stone St NE toward Walter St NE

16 ft

Turn left onto Walter St NE

371 ft

Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Mountain Rd NE

0.2 mi

Turn right onto Broadway Blvd NE

1.1 mi

Turn left onto Menaul Blvd NE

0.3 mi

Turn right onto NM-47 N/2nd St NW

4.7 mi

Turn right onto El Pueblo Rd NW

Destination will be on the right

0.3 mi

Legacy Tree Company

100 El Pueblo Rd NW Unit A, Albuquerque, NM 87114, United States

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