Rancho Santa Fe Real Estate Market
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Like most, the real estate market in Rancho Santa Fe, CA is ever changing. For this reason it is important to have accurate and up to date Rancho Santa Fe real estate trends and housing data in order to make informed decisions on whether to buy or sell your Rancho Santa Fe home. On the charts below you will see current 6-month Rancho Santa Fe real estate trends updated daily so feel free to come back periodically to see how the Rancho Santa Fe real estate market has changed. Charts show real estate data in 90 day rolling averages.
Rancho Santa Fe Schools
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Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
About Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Planning and respect for the environment have been hallmarks of the “covenant” (as the original subdivision is called) from the beginning.
Lillian Rice, a local architect, planned the subdivision, and her vision and meticulous design continue to guide it today. The winding roads were laid out to slow down drivers and ensure that they would enjoy the scenery. The Spanish Colonial Revival style of architecture was standard for all the public buildings – school, library, the Inn, the civic center–designed by Rice. She also designed a number of private residences in this style.
The civic center of Rancho Santa Fe survives today much as Rice planned it and is jealously guarded by residents from unnecessary changes. The minimum lot size established by the covenant, two and half acres, ensures that the homes in Rancho Santa Fe are private and highly desirable.
The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe has hosted numerous celebrities and is a well-loved destination for Californians and other visitors who want to get away for a vacation.
The Rancho Santa Fe zip code is highly desirable and other communities have grown up around the “ranch” over the years.
The ranch is known for its horses, there are bridle paths throughout the ranch; its golf courses and tennis; and its proximity to some of the best beaches in Southern California. Some of the finest horse trainers in the country live here and the area was the site for the equestrian events during the 1984 Olympics. Polo is also a favorite pastime.