Rancho Santa Fe Homes for Sale

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The picturesque canyonlands that now house the Rancho Santa Fe community were originally home to the Kumeyaay Tribe of Native Americans. Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Rancho Santa Fe, CA.

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Rancho Santa Fe Real Estate Market July 15, 2024
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Relocating to Rancho Santa Fe

This is where we will tell you all the great things about the great North County Coastal city of Rancho Santa Fe!

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Rancho Santa Fe offers a stunning variety of luxury homes, private estates, and exclusive gated communities. It is also home to a multitude of world-class private golf courses. Rancho Santa Fe offers a less pretentious version of sophisticated high-class living than you'll find in the equally wealthy Los Angeles neighborhoods of Beverly Hills and Malibu. You won't find a shortage of luxury real estate in Rancho Santa Fe. You better love a Spanish-Mediterranean-style home, because that is the majority of what you will find in this intentionally designed community. The majority of homes are over 5,000 square feet set on properties with acreage. Many residents of Rancho Santa Fe have other homes around the world and live in the community part-time. All of the detached homes in Rancho Santa Fe have price tags of over a million dollars.

Living in Rancho Santa Fe

The suburb of Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, resides in the city's North County. The inland community is unique despite the way it may seem at first glance. Looking around the community, you'll see beautifully manicured horse stables, avocado and citrus orchards, and gorgeous sprawling estates. Rancho Santa Fe is home to a multitude of millionaires, but you wouldn't know it when you experience the attitude of this town. Many residents describe the atmosphere as kind, laid back, and relaxed. The type of people who gravitate toward Rancho Santa Fe is those who seek a comfortable, quiet lifestyle of casual opulence set amidst gorgeous natural scenery.

Schools in Rancho Santa Fe

Rancho Santa Fe contains three public schools. The Rancho Santa Fe community boasts one of the highest concentrations of highly-ranked public schools in the state. The best-ranked public school options for students in Rancho Santa Fe include R. Roger Rowe Elementary School, R. Roger Rowe Middle School, and Solana Santa Fe Elementary School. The public high school for residents of Rancho Santa Fe is Torrey Pines High School. It is part of the well-ranked San Dieguito District. Students from Rancho Santa Fe are also able to attend Canyon Crest Academy in Carmel Valley or San Dieguito Academy in Encinitas.

Rancho Santa Fe also contains four private schools. The best-ranked private schools are High Bluff Academy, The Nativity School, and Horizon Preparatory. Other private schools in the area include La Jolla Country Day School, Bishops School, Cathedral Catholic High School, and the Grauer School.

Cost of Living in Rancho Santa Fe

Rancho Santa Fe is one of the best places to live in California. The cost of living is much higher than the national average. Rancho Santa Fe may very well be heaven on earth, and you will have to pay for it. To get into the numbers, the cost of living in Rancho Santa Fe is higher than the national average. Housing expenses are higher than the national average.

Things To Do & Places to Eat

If you're concerned that this primarily residential community will be lacking in things to do, think again. Rancho Santa Fe may be quiet and serene, but there is plenty to do for those in search of culture and entertainment.

The Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild is one of the most valued fixtures of the community. Formed in 1998, the Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild is dedicated to supporting and encouraging visual arts in both the Rancho Santa Fe community and North County. The Guild also funds art education and outreach efforts through school programs, art programs, and educating the public on the benefits of art education and art collecting.

Horseback riding may very well be the obvious and most beloved activity in Rancho Santa Fe. Equestrians of all levels will love traversing over 40 miles of trails throughout the community. Besides horseback riding, the favorite activity among the residents of Rancho Santa Fe is golfing. If you're a golfer, you'll enjoy access to some of the country's most prestigious golf and country clubs in Rancho Santa Fe.

For a different style of outdoor recreation, grab a round of tennis at the Rancho Valencia Resort and Spa. This tennis resort has ranked number 1 in Tennis Magazine every year since 2008. Tennis lovers will enjoy the 14 championship courts, two red clay courts, and four pickleball courts. It is truly a world-class tennis-playing experience.

There are many upscale dining options available in Rancho Santa Fe. The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe is a community favorite. Rancho Santa Fe is held in high regard by those who live there. For more information on Rancho Santa Fe homes for sale, browse listings above or contact our office at any time. 


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