Rancho Santa Fe
San Diego County
Rancho Santa Fe’s property median price has reached over $2.7 Million, making it one of the wealthiest communities in the nation. Referred to as “the Ranch,” this community was founded in the ‘30s for the wealthiest of city residents. A small town resides among the estate-painted hills, with everything necessary for families to enjoy local amenities. Shops, restaurants, a resort, post office, library, community center, and two public schools help keep this town’s original size and scale.
Three Equestrian Communities
Rancho Riding Club
Schools score at the top of the county and are well equipped for sports and the like. The local community group called Cap and Gown Society raises over $300,000 each year to contribute to the school’s classes and amenities, including saving music and arts programs that threatened to be cancelled. This is a very healthy open space to raise children.
Rancho Santa Fe is a highly desirous up-scale equestrian area.
This unincorporated Community is located about five miles inland
from the Pacific Ocean in northern San Diego County, and just 20
miles north of Downtown San Diego. Rancho Santa Fe consists of
some 35 identifiable communities, (of which 3 are zoned for
horses with trails and stables.) These elegant communities
surround the Village of Rancho Santa Fe, which is referred to as
the “Covenant”, the original Rancho Santa Fe which was
subdivided in the 1920's.
There are winding rural roadways, rolling eucalyptus-covered hills, green pastures and citrus groves. The Community has been able to preserve so much of its rural ambiance and historic architectural character due to its unique system of governance and the steadfast commitment of Covenant residents. Under the authority of the Protective Covenant, the Rancho Santa Fe Association has successfully adapted to changing conditions while preserving the fundamental goals established in the 1920's, and will continue to maintain them for future generations.
Santa Fe Elementary and Middle Schools, covering grades K
through 8. Communities generally to the south of the Covenant
are part of the Solana Santa Fe School District with Solana
Santa Fe Elementary School (K-6) and Earl Warren Junior High
School. Torrey Pines High School serves students from both
districts. In addition, there are fine private schools located
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