Jeanne Bellamah East Offers Mid-Century Modern Homes

Residential planner and home builder, Dale Bellamah, is responsible for the creation of the Princess Jeanne neighborhood as well as Jeanne Bellamah East. This area is certainly a piece of Albuquerque history, built at the end of the 1940s and into the 1950s, and is the epitome of Mid-Century Modern. And, Dale Bellamah was ahead of his time as far as community building goes, creating Master Planned Communities long before Master Planned Communities were even a thing.

Community Center in Jeanne Bellamah East

Picture of Jeanne Bellamah Community Center 11516 Summer Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112

One feature of Bellamah’s plan was for this neighborhood to have a community center and a park. So this beautiful residential area has a large park with basketball courts and a playground, and the Jeanne Bellamah Community Center. The community center offers youth programs like arts and crafts, homework help, and indoor and outdoor activities. They also have a fitness center, game room, and computer lab. One Google reviewer, Annamae S., shared, 

“Great community resource! They have a gym with cardio and strength training machines! The staff is extremely friendly and the facility is always clean!”

Best Restaurants in Jeanne Bellamah East

Picture of Naka Sushi 1035 Juan Tabo Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112

One of the best places to eat in Jeanne Bellamah East is Naka Sushi. It’s an Asian Fusion restaurant so they also have traditional Chinese dishes as well. So, if you want the best of both worlds, you can get your sashimi fix and some Mongolian beef too. If ordering online is more your style, you can get Naka Sushi delivered through GrubHub, PostMates, Self Lane, and Uber Eats.

Jeanne Bellamah East is also home to some quick classics like Taco Bell. Taco Bell is open late and can be great for an on-the-go meal.

Driving Directions from Taco Bell to Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing

Drive 17 min (11.6 miles)
Taco Bell
1001 Juan Tabo Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112, United States

Get on I-40 W from Lomas Blvd NE
4 min (1.4 mi)

Head west toward Lomas Blvd NE
276 ft

Turn right onto Lomas Blvd NE
0.9 mi

Use the 2nd from the left lane to turn left onto Eubank Blvd NE
0.2 mi

Turn right to merge onto I-40 W
0.2 mi

Follow I-40 W and I-25 N to Pan American Frontage Rd N. Take exit 230 from I-25 N
9 min (9.3 mi)

Merge onto I-40 W
5.0 mi

Use the right 3 lanes to take exit 159B-159C to merge onto I-25 N toward Santa Fe
4.1 mi

Take exit 230 toward San Mateo Blvd/Osuna Rd
0.1 mi

Continue on Pan American Frontage Rd N to your destination
3 min (0.9 mi)

Merge onto Pan American Frontage Rd N
0.3 mi

Use the left lane to turn left onto San Mateo Blvd NE
249 ft

Continue onto Osuna Rd NE
0.1 mi

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Pan American Fwy NE
0.4 mi

Turn right
Destination will be on the left
285 ft
Bosque Heating Cooling and Plumbing
5901 Pan American Fwy #D1, Albuquerque, NM 87109, United States

Will it be cost-efficient for me to convert to AC in my Alta Monte home?

Our technicians at Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing do a cost-per-square-foot analysis of your home so you can make a decision that makes financial sense for you. In most cases, with the energy-efficient technology available today, it is more cost-effective to have AC in Albuquerque than a swamp cooler.

Are there any health benefits to switching to refrigerated air?

Yes, there certainly are potential health benefits to a swamp cooler conversion. Swamp coolers, or evaporative coolers, use water evaporation to cool the air. If not properly maintained, you risk mold getting into the air and face other risks to indoor air quality over time. Switching to air conditioning potentially improves the air quality in your home, or at least removes the risk of mold.