Windermere Exclusive Properties
355 Carlsbad Blvd.
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Phone: (619) 997-3339
In its coveted location at the east end of Carmel Valley near the end of Del Mar Heights Road, master-planned Pacific Highlands Ranch occupies one of San Diego's best coastal-close locations. Surrounded by 1,300 acres of preserved natural habitat, this exciting community offers its residents a convenient opportunity to enjoy a multi-use trail system for hiking and biking and an open country feel. Among the other many amenities connected with Pacific Highlands Ranch are its highly-ranked school districts (including Del Mar Unified, San Dieguito Unified and Solana Beach), a newly constructed state-of the art private community recreation center, and a Village Center which will include a variety of everyday shopping conveniences.
From Pacific Highlands Ranch, it's an easy drive to the beautiful beaches of Del Mar and La Jolla, including La Jolla's charming cove and Del Mar's dog beach that invites owners and leashed dogs. Nearby, Torrey Pines State Reserve has hiking and jogging trails, and the Torrey Pines Golf Course offers residents ocean views and some of the best rates in the country for a PGA-level course. This championship course is open to the public and host to the annual Buick Invitational Golf Tournament and will host the 2008 US Open.
Much of Pacific Highlands Ranch is yet to be built, but several developments are either already built out or are currently under construction. For more information on new home construction in Pacific Highlands Ranch, be sure to visit our New Home Construction page. These developments include Bordeaux, Soleil at Bordeaux, Airoso, Arabella, Santa Rosa and Portico. Home sizes range from just less than 1,500 square feet at Airoso to over 3,600 square feet featured at Santa Rosa.
Pacific Highlands Ranch is located in the northwestern portion of the North City Future Urbanizing Area (NCFUA) and encompasses approximately 2,652 acres of predominately undeveloped land. Pacific Highlands Ranch is bounded by the community of Fairbanks Ranch to the north, Torrey Highlands (Subarea IV) to the east, Del Mar Mesa (Subarea V) to the South, and the community of Carmel Valley to the west.Enjoy the award-winning Solana Beach school district and other amenities available in coastal-close.
The City Council in the fall of 1992, adopted the NCFUA Framework Plan as an amendment to the Progress Guide and General Plan. The Framework Plan recommends that the Pacific Highlands Ranch Subarea include up to 5,470 residential units, a mixed-use community core with 400,000 square feet of commercial and office uses, multi-family housing, public and semi public uses, schools, and parks.
The unique element of the planning process in the NCFUA is the voter adopted Managed Growth Initiative Proposition A. This legislation, adopted in 1985, required a majority vote of the electorate to shift the Pacific Highlands Ranch Area from Future Urbanizing to Planned Urbanizing within the City. On July 28, 1998, the City Council adopted the Pacific Highlands Ranch Subarea Plan for Subarea III of the NCFUA. In November of 1998, the electorate voted to approve Proposition M, which approved an amendment to the City's General Plan to allow a phase shift within Pacific Highlands Ranch from Future Urbanizing to Planned Urbanizing.
New Single family homes
Located between Del Mar and Carmel Valley
I-5, Del Mar Heights Road
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