Eldorado Heights in Northeast Albuquerque Offers Beautiful Views

If you want to live close to the mountains in Albuquerque, there’s no better place than Eldorado Heights. It’s easy to get around because it’s just to the west of Tramway Blvd and South Sandia Peak stands directly to the east of it. There are many community amenities in this neighborhood, including churches, schools, apartments, and of course, your friendly neighborhood Walmart.

Apartment Complexes in Eldorado Heights

There are a few different apartment complexes in Eldorado Heights with a variety of offerings. One apartment complex is Villa La Charles Apartments. These apartments are upscale and desired, close to Downtown Albuquerque for an easy commute for work or play. Their floorplans include patios, faux-wood flooring, stainless steel appliances, and even wood-burning fireplaces in some models. One Google reviewer, John A shared, 

“An unbeatable place to rent! Super-clean grounds, professional management, and a great pool for the summer! State-of-the-art workout equipment, dog park, and annual communal events that invite all Villa la Charles residents. I have lived here for almost two years and getting ready to sign my 3rd lease!”

Another apartment complex in the Eldorado Heights neighborhood is the Cibola Village Apartments. These apartments offer mountain and city views, private patios, a pool, and are a quaint, relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle.

Schools in Eldorado Heights

Families will be pleased to know this is a convenient neighborhood for those with teenagers. Eldorado High School, home of the Eagles, is in Eldorado Heights. The school has a large campus including a full track, a soccer field, and six tennis courts. Their website says they have a high academic standard and hope to teach students to have integrity, honesty, respect, social responsibility, and prepare them for college or a career path.

Driving Directions from Sister Cities Park to Bosque Heating, Cooling and Plumbing

Drive 7.7 miles, 16 min

 

Eldorado High School

11300 Montgomery Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87111, United States

Continue to Juan Tabo Blvd NE

2 min (0.4 mi)

Head south

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Turn left toward Juan Tabo Pl NE

Partial restricted usage road

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Turn right onto Juan Tabo Pl NE

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Drive along Comanche Rd NE and Candelaria Rd NE

15 min (7.3 mi)

 

Turn left onto Juan Tabo Blvd NE

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Turn right onto Comanche Rd NE

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Turn left onto Wyoming Blvd NE

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Turn right onto Candelaria Rd NE

Pass by Wienerschnitzel (on the left in 3.0 mi)

4.1 mi

 

Turn right onto Pan American Frontage Rd N

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Drive to your destination

44 s (381 ft)

 

Slight right

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Turn right

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Bosque Heating Cooling and Plumbing

3530 Pan American Fwy NE suite a, Albuquerque, NM 87107, United States

Will it be cost-efficient for me to convert to AC in my Eldorado Heights home?

Our technicians at Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing do a cost-per-square-foot analysis of your home so you can make a decision that makes financial sense for you. In most cases, with the energy-efficient technology available today, it is more cost-effective to have AC in Albuquerque than a swamp cooler.

Are there any health benefits to switching to refrigerated air?

Yes, there certainly are potential health benefits to a swamp cooler conversion. Swamp coolers, or evaporative coolers, use water evaporation to cool the air. If not properly maintained, you risk mold getting into the air and face other risks to indoor air quality over time. Switching to air conditioning potentially improves the air quality in your home, or at least removes the risk of mold.