Southeast Santa Fe Real Estate Information

The southeastern section of Santa Fe is filled with homes that are centuries old, that are charming, cozy, and have an air of elegant antiquity. Each of these homes has hosted a mix of multi-generational families and newcomers, these homes are hidden behind walls surrounded by the narrow dips of the Acequia Madre, a reminder of the agrarian past.

South Capital South Capital is aptly named, as it is located south of the State Capitol Building. Established during the early years of the twentieth century, this neighborhood features many architectural design styles, ranging from red brick to adobe and wood frame.

Eldorado Eldorado is the transitional point between city and country life. A fifteen minute drive from downtown Santa Fe, this planned community is spacious and provides many amenities.

Galisteo and Lamy Lamy and Galisteo are traditional villages located near Eldorado. Both these villages have larger properties that have a touch of ranch like charm. Galisteo Village is an old sheep-ranching center while Lamy is a railroad town. The saloon in Lamy is now a museum, great for visiting in the afternoon.

Arroyo Hondo A horse friendly community, Arroyo Hondo is has many lots that are larger than 5 acres, many fitted with horse facilities. Private trails and protected open spaces are integrated within this neighborhood’s setup.

Wilderness Gate This community is nestled between the Historic Eastside and the Santa Fe National Forest, which is filled with ponderosa pines and junipers. Homes here each have approximately 5 acres with great hiking. This community also allows horses.

The Museum District This district gained its name from the four internationally acclaimed museums that call this area home. The four museums are the Museum of International Folk Art, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, and the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art. This district is unique and beautiful, as the western edge is privy to beautiful sunsets, while the eastern side is an audience to the grand Sangre de Cristo Mountains or the Santa Fe Ski Basin.