Website updated November 15, 2016
Welcome to Dos Griegos -- a neighborhood of 95 properties circling a hill of pink granite in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in Santa Fe County, in northern New Mexico.Only about 20 minutes from the city of Santa Fe, Dos Griegos is conveniently located near the intersection of I-25 and US-285. Dos Griegos offers easy access to the city, with the advantages of privacy and space (each home is on a minimum lot size of 2.5 acres). In addition, Dos Griegos borders Eldorado and the 285S corridor with many shops, restaurants, and services.
In addition to the rich culture and shopping of the City of Santa Fe, Dos Griegos residents enjoy many amenities in the local Eldorado/285-Corridor area.
St. Elias the Prophet Orthodox Church: A landmark and vital part of the Dos Griegos community, St Elias is rich with beautiful iconography and hosts events open to the entire community.
Shopping: The Agora and La Tienda shopping centers and a variety of restaurants are nearby. During the summer, fresh produce and local foods can be found at the Eldorado Farmers Market.
Schools and Community Centers: Within a few miles is a community complex including the Eldorado Community School (K-8), the Vista Grande Public Library, the Adam Senior Center, and the Eldorado Community Garden. Our high school students attend either Santa Fe High School or one of the charter or private schools in the City of Santa Fe.
Transportation: There is bus service to the City of Santa Fe, and the Amtrak rail station is in Lamy, about 8 miles down the road.
Health and Safety: Dos Griegos has an active Neighborhood Watch program and is served by the Santa Fe County Sheriff and by the Eldorado Fire & Rescue (staffed partially by volunteers from the community). The Fire Department offers free inspection and consultation for homeowners to help prevent wildfires. Medical, dental, pharmacy, and veterinary services are available in the local area.
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