Zia Realty Group Launches Platinum Properties Division

Broker/owner James Chrobocinski launches his new Platinum Properties Division. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailyost.com
Los Alamos Daily Post
Broker/Owner James Chrobocinski has launched Platinum Properties, a division of Zia Realty Group.

“This division will focus on the top 10 percent of homes in the Los Alamos area,” Chrobocinski said. “These homes are move-in ready, updated and of top quality.”

Chrobocinski explains that qualifying for the top 10 percent it is not necessarily just about price because there are homes in the area that are very outdated yet expensive.

“So only homes of the highest quality will be listed by Zia Platinum Properties,” he said.

He is starting his new division with three homes:

  • 1990 Manzanita – Listed at $599,000 , a 4,278 sq. ft., 4 bedroom Northern New Mexico styled home in Quemazon featuring wood beams and vigas in living room, Corian counter-tops, and top of the line fixtures and a huge family room and bedroom in a walk-out basement.
  • 998 Capulin – Listed at $479,000, a 4,375 sq. ft., completely renovated home with a separate guest house or mother-in-law quarters. Features chef’s kitchen with stone counter-tops and stainless appliances, huge deck overlooking manicured yard, 5 bedrooms and a huge master suite. Master bath has double sinks, large jet tub with separate shower and large walk-in closet.
  • 242 Rio Bravo – Listed at $679,000, a 2.7 meticulously maintained and upgraded 4 bedroom / 3.5 bath / 3 car garage (plus 2-car carport) home. In-floor radiant heat and central air-conditioning. Large master suite downstairs with views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Kitchen features stainless appliances and granite counters. Several large out buildings including one that is heated and air-conditioned.

“All three of these are amazing properties that any buyer would be proud to call home,” Chrobocinski said.

Chrobocinski formed Zia Realty Group in July 2012. The company is headquartered on the ground floor of the Community Bank Building at 15th Street and Central Avenue in downtown Los Alamos. He acquired Los Alamos Commercial Real Estate in 2014.

Chrobocinski, 43, is serving his first term on the Los Alamos County Council. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Los Alamos, the Los Alamos Housing Partnership and serves as president of Los Alamos County Little League Boys Baseball & Girls Softball.

For more information, contact Chrobocinski at 505.695.3400.


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