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Santorini Village

South Jordan

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Santorini Village is one of South Jordan's most sought-after new communities. With a giant playground and covered pavilion with picnic tables, Santorini is the perfect neighborhood for active families with children. The neighborhood features a variety of single-family homes and townhomes with lots ranging from .11 acre to .36 acre.

The townhomes in this South Jordan community are an extremely option, while still providing the benefits of choosing your own floor plan and finishes. Living at Santorini, your kids will have access to schools in the coveted Jordan School District, making this community not only affordable, but smart.

The Neighborhood

Santorini Village is located in South Jordan at the northwest corner of 9800 South and Redwood Road. It is conveniently located near schools, several shopping centers, and fun activities. With I-15 only 10 minutes away and I-215 only 14 minutes away, this location is even more appealing.

Whether you are entertaining your family or taking care of your own health and wellness, you will enjoy quick access to the Salt Lake Canal Trail, located just behind Santorini Village. A short 10-minute walk will take you to Jordan Ridge Park where you can enjoy 10 acres of amenities, including basketball, tennis courts, grass volleyball, and picnic areas. If you're a more advanced outdoor enthusiast, you can go swimming or dip your canoe into the Jordan River.

Community Features
  • Large playground and pavilion with picnic tables
  • Quick access to Salt Lake Canal Trail
  • HOA maintains front yard landscaping for single-family homes
  • HOA maintains full landscaping for townhomes
  • Smart Home technology included with single-family homes
About South Jordan

South Jordan was established in 1859, and like most other Utah cities, consisted of mostly agricultural land. As the population expanded, farmland converted into residential neighborhoods. Even though there has been an emphasis on growth, city officials have actively worked to set aside land for parks and playgrounds in efforts to maintain the natural beauty of the landscape and preserve the open space surrounding the Jordan River.

The city now has more than 25 municipal parks and playgrounds ranging from less than one-half acre to 59 acres. Salt Lake County operates a 120-acre equestrian park, located adjacent to South Jordan City Park, complete with horse racing track, indoor arenas, and stables. With the addition of fishing ponds and miles of trails, there is a never-ending list of activities for the family to enjoy.

Schools
  • Jordan School District
    7387 Campus View Drive
    South Jordan, UT 84084
    801.567.8100
  • Jordan Ridge Elementary
    2636 West 9800 South
    South Jordan, UT 84095
    801.254.8025
  • South Jordan Middle School
    10245 South 2700 West
    South Jordan, UT 84095
    801.412.2900
  • Bingham High School
    2160 West 10400 South
    South Jordan, UT 84095
    801.256.5100
Public Safety
  • South Jordan Police Department
    801.254.4708
  • Salt Lake County Fire Department
    801.840.4000
  • South Jordan Fire Department
    801.254.0948
  • South Jordan Animal Control
    801.254.4708
  • Santorini Village at South Jordan
  • Online Map
  • Community Map
1883 W Santorini Dr
South Jordan, UT 84095
Driving Directions Via I-15
  1. 01 Take Exit 295/9000 South
  2. 02 Go west on 9000 South
  3. 03 Turn left or south onto UT-68 South/Redwood Road
  4. 04 Turn right or west onto Santorini Drive
  5. 05 Santorini Village will be straight ahead
Driving Directions Via Bangerter Highway
  1. 01 Take the 9000 South exit
  2. 02 Go east on 9000 South
  3. 03 Turn right or south onto UT-68 South/Redwood Road
  4. 04 Turn right or west onto Santorini Drive
  5. 05 Santorini Village will be straight ahead
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