Is LaCosta an old neighborhood?

Asked by California Mortgage Broker, Oceanside, CA Sun May 13, 2007

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Roberta Murp…, Agent, Carlsbad, CA
Sun May 13, 2007
Brian: I suppose you could call Carlsbad's La Costa an "old neighborhood," by San Diego standards (late 1960's-present), but expensive property facelifts are common. The balmy coastal location of La Costa is nonpareil, and this was recognized quickly by early developers. The prime land around the golf course was developed first--and that is the reason some might call the neighborhood "old." Prime land is always the first to go--and the homes built there will ultimately be the best candidates for renovation--or re-building. For an example of what has happened to one of the older properties behind the gates of La Costa Resort and Spa, read the following:
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Eliot Rachman…, Agent, Carlsbad, CA
Tue May 15, 2007
La Costa was originally built up in the 60's and 70's. You can find some homes in original condition (fixer uppers), great for buyers looking to put in a little sweat equity. Many have been updated by now. There are plenty of new developments that have sprung up over the last few years. You can get a new or near new home in La Costa, and many other areas of Carlsbad. Call me today for more information. 760-828-4474
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