We had several open houses this summer with lots a buyers visiting Rancho Santa Fe, CA!
Olivenhain is literally minutes from the center of Rancho Santa Fe and has the same topography. I would be happy to show you the different areas including Del Mar. I am also an interior designer and I have done my share of remodel and construction. There are so many great homes to choose from in San Diego Luxury Market it doesn't really make sense to go through the process. It is a buyers delight out there!
How much land do you want? Are you looking for minimal maintenance?
Do you want a large home? How big is your family?
Do you have a specific architectural style?
When do you expect to make your move?
If you buy land and build the process will take approximately two years or more to get plans, permits, break ground and build. Is this agreeable to you? If you have demanding schedules, a finished home might make more sense. Would you consider a "fixer"
I have just listed a lovely home in Covenant Rancho Santa Fe, single story, 3700s.f. with a guest house on two acres of land, list price $1,895,000
Would this be interesting to you?
Did you ever make the move to San Diego? I noticed your original question dates back 3 years? If you are still considering a move, I am a long time Realtor in the Rancho Santa Fe area and would be happy to assit you.
You can also search all available properties on my search website - http://www.propertiesinranchosantafe.com
Sorry if you already have made the move or changed your mind.
Prudential California Realty - Rancho Santa Fe
Happy funding, Rudi
This is a great time to build and/or purchase an existing home. The cost of land is incredibly low and construction costs are at an all time low. If you can invest the time and work with an architect and contractor you would be able to design and build exactly what you want where you want. There are also many newer completed homes that are amazing buys. You have some great options! Cielo is beautiful gated community located within an excellent school district and every home site has a view. I have specialized in this community for the past ten years, know it very well. I would be delighted to give you a personal tour of Cielo and introduce you to architect's and builder's that could best discuss the building process.
I'm happy to assist you with whatever best suits your needs and look forward to the prospect of hearing from you.
Prudential California Realty, Rancho Santa Fe
Office of K. Ann Brizolis & Associates
Best of Luck, and Welcome to San Diego!
Rancho Santa Fe/Cielo is a great choice if you a mountain type terrain, fantastic views and excellent schools. Currently I have 1 listing in Cielo, on almost 4 acres, with a fantastic view over the Crosby Estates. However, there are many more properties I would be delighted to show you in this unique gated community. In my opinion it would be difficult to beat buying an already built home vs building one in the current economic climate. When are you planning on being in the San Diego area?
Please feel free to visit my website @ http://www.EvelineBustillos.com for more community information and don't hesitate to call me on my cell #858-354-0600 at your convenience.
All the Best,
Eveline F. Bustillos, Realtor
Coldwell Banker Rancho Santa Fe
Toll Brothers is opening a new community in The Crosby at Rancho Santa Fe in mid-October 2010 called Emerald Cove at The Crosby. It is the gated private golf community on Del Dios Highway not far from Rancho Cielo. Our enclave will offer 29 homesites nestled along the 4th Fairway of the Crosby National Golf Club course. We will have 3 distinctive floorplans on one and two levels ranging in size from 2,900 to over 4,600 sq ft with 4-5 bedrooms and up to 4 3/4 baths! Check out our website http://www.tollbrothers.com and join the VIP list today for latest updates!
I would be happy to answer any questions!
Sales Manager, Emerald Cove at The Crosby
Congratulations on the move to the San Diego community, it offers you the mountains, beach, and the desert, so you have @ your finger-tips best of all worlds. First before you make a decision -- I would recommend ---coming out visiting and checking out the area. Also, if you have some idea of what hospital you will be associated with you might what to see which homes/lorts are near-- that you might consider.
The reason for my suggestion is that commuting can be intense, depending on the distance you are coming from in the San Diego area.
Crescent Moon Realty, Inc & Land N Sea Auctions.
As the result of the current market, in my opinion, you could not build a home at the prices offered of an existing dwelling not only at Rancho Cielo or surrounding neighborhoods of Rancho Santa Fe.
If you would like, I will be more than happy to email you the current inventory of lots and homes available along with the sold properties.
I will look forward to hearing from you.
Willis Allen Real Estate
Rancho Santa Fe office
Check out mu MLS IDX search tool on my site
Best Regards from beautiful Rancho Santa Fe!!
Rancho Sante Fe would be fine if it's fine for you. There are many areas of San Diego that fit the description of view in the mountains. Have you been to San Diego before. What other areas are you interested in. Would you like to be closer to the beach like Del Mar or La Jolla. Stop by our web site and let us know if we can help.
The community of Rancho Santa Fe is amazing. I would definetly purchase a home already done , versus a lot. I belive it would cost more to build right now. Their are many great properties in your price range that are new construction, that haven't even been lived in. Right now is a great time to secure a property in the areas your interested in. If I can be of futher assistance feel free to search properties on my site http://www.breeestape.com or you can email me at email@example.com.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Rancho Santa Fe Village office
Good luck, and let me know if I can help,
Joan Wilson â€“Realtor, Ecobroker, SRES, Reo & Short Sale Specialist
Lot prices have settled down somewhat in Cielo. Much of this may be due to the squeeze on lot and construction financing.