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Posted: Friday, November 8, 2013 6:30 pm | Updated: 10:04 pm, Sat Nov 9, 2013.

Brian Tercero grew up in a home built by his father on family property in the historic Village of Agua Fría, a long way from Santa Fe’s pricey east-side neighborhoods.

But Tercero, a Capital High School graduate and agent at Keller Williams Realty, was one of the Realtors involved in the highest-priced residential property sale so far in 2013 — a $4 million, 5,200-square-foot home at 1260 Upper Canyon Road.

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  • Barbara Harrelson posted at 10:30 am on Mon, Nov 11, 2013.

    barbarah1 Posts: 26

    What a wonderful success story of a native son who chose to remain in Santa Fe and has found a creative way to make a good living. Brian Tercero's grandfather must be so proud!

     
  • William Mee posted at 11:26 am on Sun, Nov 10, 2013.

    WilliamHenryMee Posts: 14

    As President of the Agua Fria Village Association, a post that Brian's dad first occupied when we started in 1993, let me congratulate him on this success. It is good to see a "local boy make good." Such a sale must signal a turn around in our economy.

    Thanks Brian for giving an old Village and your "roots" a plug!

     
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