Real estate in the Santana Village Neighborhood

Located in east Salem, the Santana Village Neighborhood is filled with one-story homes that are generally in the 1400-1800 sq foot range. Construction started in the late 1960s and continued until the mid-1970s. There are many long-time homeowners in this neighborhood due to the flat sidewalks, yards, one-story homes, and affordability.

The neighborhood has Native American themed streets with Shawnee, Chippewa, Apache, and other tribes.  The neighborhood starts right across the street from Mary Eyre Elementary school and is an easy walk to Houck Middle School so for families needing easy access to schools, this neighborhood offers that.  There is a neighborhood park that sits in the middle of the neighborhood called Santana Village Park. The neighborhood is one of the most affordable neighborhoods in Salem.



Real estate prices in Santana Village

Home prices are affordable with most homes in the $300,000 to $400,000 range.

Neighborhood Characteristics
  • 1970’s construction
  • Neighborhood Park
  • Flat lots and streets
  • One story homes
Neighborhood Life

Local Schools

Local Parks