Rancho Santa Fe
This community was originally part of Rancho San Dieguito, and the first master planned section of the area was constructed in 1921. It was the site of the popular ‘Bing Crosby Clambake’, a golf tournament hosted by the popular actor and musician, which pitted Hollywood actors against golf professionals in the 1930’s and 40’s. The development continued to grow over the decades and today features homes in Mediterranean and contemporary custom designed houses. Homes in Rancho Santa Fe Range in size from 3000 to 10,000 square feet with three to five bedrooms and multiple bathrooms. Lots vary in size but are typically large with some properties standing on up to 16 acres of land.
Residents can expect easy access to a number of shopping and recreational facilities such as the Del Rayo Village Shopping Center and the Village of Rancho Santa Fe. Shopping centers will typically house a number of restaurants, banks, doctors and lawyers’ offices, beauty spots, boutiques and others. The Del Rayo Village Shopping Center also hosts the weekly Rancho Santa Fe farmers market where resident can expect to purchase a variety of fresh produce and gourmet handmade cheeses, breads, charcuterie and other items. Popular recreational facilities include Osuna Ranch, Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club, and Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club. Popular activities in the area include golfing, equestrian activities, swimming, walking and fishing. There is also a philanthropic society, historical society, clubs offering supper activities and others. There is also a public library that is part of the San Diego County Library System.
The area is part of the Rancho Santa Fe School District and Rancho San Dieguito Union High School District. Popular schools include the Roger Rowe Elementary, La Jolla Country Day School, Horizon Prep School and others.
Rancho Santa Fe is great for anyone looking for relaxed coastal living, year round temperate weather, a small close knit community and spectacular views of rolling hills and ocean.
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