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The Jonville Team - We Have Buyers

At The Jonville Team we are currently working with multiple clients interested in buying a home in the area and the market just does not have enough homes to meet the demand. If you have interest in selling within the next few months, please give us a call/email so we can discuss the market, pricing and build a strategy together! It’s a great time to sell, with low inventory, and your home could be the perfect fit for one of the buyers actively searching!

Sample Selection of the Jonville Team Current Buyer Needs

HOME NEEDED!

San Elijo Hills/Old Creek Ranch

4+Bed, 2,500+ ESF, Cul-de-sac

Willing to pay up to $750,000

HOME NEEDED!

San Elijo Hills/Old Creek Ranch

Single Story. Views preferred.

Willing to pay up to $650,000

HOME NEEDED!

San Elijo Hills/Old Creek Ranch

View town home with yard. Minimum 3 Bedroom.

Willing to pay up to $475,000

HOME NEEDED!

San Elijo Hills/Old Creek Ranch

5 Bedroom/3.5+Bath. Large yard. Cul-de-sac. Views preferred.

Willing to pay up to $950,000

RENTAL HOME NEEDED!

San Elijo Hills/Old Creek Ranch

3 Bedroom

Willing to pay up to $3,000/mo.

HOME NEEDED!

Cardiff/Solana Beach

4+ Bedroom home

Willing to pay up to $1.2 Million

HOME NEEDED!

San Elijo Hills/Old Creek Ranch

3 Bedroom. 1,800 + ESF

Willing to pay up to $650,000

HOME NEEDED!

North Park/Ocean Beach

3 Bedroom. Single story.

Willing to pay up to $1.5 Million

We Have 17 Other Active Buyers Pre-Approved and Ready to Buy!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SELLING YOUR HOME

Just SOLD With The Jonville Team. Look at these days on market

Cambria /San Elijo Hills [ view ]

1723 Thorley, San Marcos

5 Bedrooms/2.5 Baths, 2,226 ESF

Sold for: $612,500

Acacia/San Elijo Hills  [ view ]

1550 Black Walnut, San Marcos

3 Bedrooms/2 Baths, 1,662 ESF

Sold for: $595,000

Crestview/San Elijo Hills  [ view ]

1089 Brightwood Dr, San Marcos

4+1 Bedrooms/3 Baths, 2,848 ESF

Sold for: $739,000

Azure/San Elijo Hills  [ view ]

893 Genoa Way, San Marcos

4+1 Bedrooms/3 Baths, 3,334 ESF

Sold for: $899,000

La Costa  [ view ]

7675 Galleon Way, Carlsbad

4 Bedrooms/2.5 Baths, 2,182 ESF

Sold for: $762,000

Rancho Penasquitos/San Diego  [ view ]

12451 Via Cabezon, San Diego

3 Bedrooms/2.5 Baths, 1,882 ESF

Sold for: $642,000

In Escrow With The Jonville Team – Represented Seller

Venzano/San Marcos – In Escrow

1817 Windriver St [ view ]

6 Bedroom/4 Baths, 3,162 ESF

VR $749,000 to $779,000

Calistoga/San Elijo – In Escrow

1710 Kenwood Pl [ view ]

3 Bed+loft/2.5 Baths, 2,128 ESF

VR $599,000-$619,000

Belmont/San Elijo Hills – In Escrow

1519 Chert Dr [ view ]

3 Bedroom/2.5 Baths, 1,459 ESF

Offered at $510,000

Westridge/San Elijo Hills- In Escrow

1339 Sky Ridge Ct [ view ]

4 Bedroom/3 Baths, 1,656 ESF

VR $449,900

Old Creek Ranch/San Marcos – In Escrow

2433 Sentinel Lane [ view ]

3 Bedroom+loft/3.5 Baths, 1,649 ESF

Offered at $447,000-$464,000

Morgan’s Corner/SEH – In Escrow

1160 Goddard St [ view ]

3 Bedroom+loft/3.5 Baths, 1,740 ESF

Offered at $433,000

As always, please do not hesitate to call or email with any real estate questions, or visit our office in the heart of San Elijo Hills in San Marcos. We assist clients throughout San Diego County.
Best Regards,


Nicolas, Jena and all the Jonville Team members.

Nicolas & Jena Jonville, Anne, Brooke, Paige, Pascale, Stephanie & Todd, REALTORS

Kathy – Agent and Office Coordinator. Lydia – Agent and Team Support

T: (760) 471-5098, E: mail@jonvilleteam.com

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Double Peak and Ridgeline trails to reopen in San Marcos.

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Double Peak and Ridgeline trails to reopen in San Marcos.

Ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for Saturday, March 7.

The San Elijo Hills Association worked closely with CalFire, San Marcos Fire Department, and The City of San Marcos to repair the trails damaged after the Cocos fire. The Ridgeline trail is maintained by the San Elijo Hills Association (HOA). CalFire donated labor to save the HOA a substational sum of money.

After nearly ten months San Marcos city officials will gather on Saturday, March 7 at 9 am near the end of Santa Barbara Drive for the grand re-opening of Double Peak and Ridgeline Trails in celebration of the 24th Annual San Marcos Trails Day. Equestrian riders will start at 102 San Elijo Road.

For more information, please visit www.san-marcos.net.

San Elijo Hills Town Center Traffic Study

San Elijo Hills Town Center

You may have noticed a traffic study going on in San Elijo Hills Town Center. This is what we have learned so far.

Based on concern and suggestions from some San Elijo Hills residents, The City is currently conducting a traffic study to address safety concerns. We expect The City of San Marcos Traffic Engineers will tentatively present the findings of studies and recommendations to the Traffic Commission in April or May 2015. The Traffic Commission meets the first Wednesday of each month at 6:00 P.M. in The City Council Chambers at the San Marcos Civic Center. At the Commission meetings residents can provide testimony and express concerns about San Elijo Hills and San Marcos traffic issues. The Sheriff Department also encouraged attendance at last weeks Community Meeting in San Elijo Hills.

The traffic signals in the San Elijo Hills Town Center are programmed with 3.2 seconds of yellow time, and 1 second of all red clearance time, which is in compliance with the California Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices. The programming of all traffic signals, statewide must comply with these standards.

Pedestrian encountering right turning traffic (in the case of one-way streets, left turning) vehicular conflicts is being addressed by recently activating a feature called “advanced pedestrian walk” which will release the pedestrians before releasing the vehicular traffic. This should give the pedestrians a few seconds head start to start their walk and step into the crosswalk to become visible to the drivers before vehicular traffic get their green light.

Advanced Veterinary Care of San Elijo – Pet Photo Contest

Advanced Veterinary Care of San Elijo

Pet Photo Contest

Do you have the cutest or most interesting pet picture ever? Is your dog the canine version of a super-model? Is your cat so cute he deserves his own show on Animal Planet?

Advanced Veterinary Care of San Elijo is getting ready to open our doors! We are hosting a Pet Photo Contest to help us decorate our hospital with fabulous photo artwork of San Elijo’s pets. Please help us beautify our hospital and give your pet the chance to get the exposure their cuteness deserves.

Please submit entries to admin@sanelijovet.com.

Photo submission criteria:

Entries must be submitted by Monday March 2nd

Up to 5 images may be submitted per entry

Only digital images will be considered

Please submit the highest possible resolution, 1200 X 1600 or greater is preferred.

Any breed or species is permitted including pocket pets, reptiles and birds

Photos may include children or other family members

Photos may be color or black and white

Please include the name of everyone (pets and people) in the picture, the year the photo was taken, and your name, address and phone number.

We are looking for a variety of images so feel free to include great action photos, your dog passed out on the beach, abstracts or any other unique pet pictures and settings.

Participation in this contest serves as your consent for your pet’s picture to be displayed in our hospital.

Finalists will be notified by e-mail and will receive a $50.00 gift certificate for your pet’s healthcare.

Thank you San Elijo! We can’t wait to show off your pets.

Dr Sunshine Riehl and Dr Paula Thomas

Advanced Veterinary Care of San Elijo
Open March 12th
1691 Melrose Drive #110
San Marcos, CA 92078
760-736-3636
Advanced Veterinary Care of San Elijo Hills

California State University Institute for Palliative Care-HeArt Healing Retreat

 

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Who: California State University Institute for Palliative Care (http://csupalliativecare.org/)

  • ​The California State University Institute for Palliative Care is focused on helping professionals and organizations deliver the highest quality of palliative care.

What: HeArt Healing Retreat ( http://csupalliativecare.org/palliativecommunity/heart-healing​)

Why: Experience the power of your own creative process! Join the CSU Institute for Palliative Care for a day of self-discovery, emotional rejuvenation, and community through art. Admission includes breakfast, lunch, parking, materials and a multitude of creative experiences. Sign up today to discover the healing, cleansing power of art! Sign up early to ensure seating. (No art experience required)​

When: March 21, 2015 9:00 AM-4:00 PM

No Deal in Case of Teen Accused in Cocos Fire | NBC 7 San Diego

No Deal in Case of Teen Accused in Cocos Fire

She will face trial March 10 on four felony charges.

The parents of the San Marcos teen girl accused of starting the wildfire that destroyed dozens of homes in San Diego County last year turned down a deal offered by prosecutors Thursday.

The girl accused of starting the Cocos Fire, which destroyed nearly 40 homes amid a spate of wildfires in May 2014, was 13 when she was first arrested and charged. READ MORE via No Deal in Case of Teen Accused in Cocos Fire | NBC 7 San Diego.

Thirty San Elijo Hills Residents Exchanged Traffic Concerns With Sheriff Department

San Elijo Hills Traffic and Safety Meeting

Wednesday Night The San Marcos Sheriff held a community forum with 30-40 San Marcos and San Elijo Hills Residents. The following is an outline of some of the questions from residents and responses from The Sheriff Deputies.

A San Elijo Hills resident pointed out the ten or so accidents at the corner of Eclipse and San Elijo Hills Road. The Sheriff pointed out the improvements The City had made to the area with reflectors, LED lighting, chevrons signs, lighting at that corner. The Sheriff remind the audience that the City of San Marcos is responsible is for streets, signage, and traffic lights. They are aware of the problems of that intersection.

One resident asked if more stop signs could be placed in San Elijo Hills. The resident give example of traffic calming on Olivenhain Road as a result of stop signs. This should be taken up with The City of San Marcos and it’s Traffic Commission and City Traffic Engineers.

A resident stated they lived in the San Elijo Hills Town Center immediately adjacent to the San Elijo Hills visitor Center and that an accident last summer had caused a car to land right their front door.  They also reported that an accident had taken place there this morning in front of the Epoch Wine Bar. They also stated that there are numerous accidents late at night that go unreported and that there is high-speed travel through the town center at late at night. They asked why there is a not patrol after 6:00 PM?

Another resident asked why and when they do targeted mass patrols in particular areas and what makes that happen. The sheriff responded and said monthly the additional patrol groups work together and target particular trouble areas in San Marcos, Poway, and other areas they patrol. Call and make complaints. Data drives patrols.

Some residents asked why there are no patrols early in the morning. The sheriff stated that their patrol shifts change over at 6:00 AM and they have briefing meetings and then they head out for patrol.

One resident spoke about calling the sheriff and being told that San Elijo Hills residents need to make up their mind whether they like the patrols or not a lot of pushback against the amount of patrols. The audience appeared to respond that they overwhelmingly like the patrols.

It was pointed out by one resident that the students need to be educated on traffic and safety. Students are seen walking to the town center texting, not taking preventative measures to keep themselves safe, nor obeying the crossing guards etc. or traffic lights.

The City has done studies and is currently doing studies to optimize the traffic lights and the timing of the lights to best protect children in the crosswalks.

The City of San Marcos is going to paint 25 MPH speed limit on the road in the San Elijo Hills Town Center and add additional street signs.

One of the deputies stated that he likes the social media campaigns and chain emails that alert SEH residents to their patrols. He says 5 years ago a lot of the tickets were given to residents now they see a shift to people who are commuters from Riverside County, Escondido coming through the area. He felt is was helping residents slowdown.

The Sheriff deputies also recommended that residents should carpool, that simply carpooling could cut the traffic in half and cut down the traffic impact on the area they recommended an education campaign at the local schools.

Theme of the night was “Go” to the San Marcos City Traffic and Safety Commission meetings the first Wednesday of the month. The sheriff deputies recommended that residents attend those meetings as the commission and the traffic engineers have the biggest impact on signs, and lights.

One Sheriff deputy told a story about how speed bumps can backfire. Residents in Poway asked for and got speed bumps. People passing through would honk to express frustration after they passed over the speed bumps. The theme of this story was careful what you ask for.

One San Marcos resident expressed frustration in the notification of this meeting he felt residents outside of San Elijo Hills were not properly notified of this meeting. He was confused by the Sheriff’s Nixel notification system, and the last-minute nature of the meeting.

One San Elijo Hills resident pointed out that the developer, school district and ultimately The City are responsible for traffic and congestion. The traffic has far exceeded their original forecasts and enrollment has far outgrown the capacity of the schools.

The Sheriff Department was asked how many deputies are on patrol at any one time. 2 are on traffic (4 on Wednesday), 6 are on city-wide patrol throughout the city. They recommend you tell The City and elected officials you would like more deputies under contract.

One San Elijo Hills resident recommended that residents drive the speed limit to effectively block speeders and slow down the traffic.

Residents expressed their appreciation to The Sheriff Deputies for protecting their homes during the Cocos fire.

Meeting was cordial and lasted approximately one hour.

San Elijo Hills Resident and Trail Runner Dax Ross Featured in Union Tribune

San Diegan leads active life as a trail runner | UTSanDiego.com

Subject: Dax Ross

Age: 42

Residence: San Marcos

His story

Dax Ross leads an active life as a trail runner, long-distance hiker and surfer, but it wasn’t always that way. He ran a year of cross country and track at San Dieguito High but then “started smoking and getting into bad habits.” When he was a student at UCSD he recalls going to watch his girlfriend (now wife), Sanam, at track meets and cheering her on while puffing away. “She tells me now that would be a deal-breaker, but back then it was OK,” he says, laughing.

Eventually, he quit smoking and used running (short distances) to help kick the habit. His initial hatred of running melted away. He fell in love with being active. He did sprint-distance triathlons, road races and an Ironman triathlon.

Along the way, he discovered what he really enjoyed was being out in nature. He lives in the San Elijo Hills area with his wife and three children, adjacent to an extensive network of trails. READ MORE via San Diegan leads active life as a trail runner | UTSanDiego.com.

Arrest In “Creeper” Sexual Assault Series – North County

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The Sheriff’s Department and Escondido Police Department have announced the arrest of a man on charges of breaking into children’s bedrooms in the North County and sexually assaulting them.

Gilbert Andrew Chavarria was taken into custody on February 16th after DNA and other evidence linked him to four cases.

Chavarria’s crime spree started in June 2013 around Escondido and San Marcos. Chavarria broke into homes by removing or cutting the screen from open windows in the early morning hours. He cut pieces of the victims’ pajamas during assaults. The victims were between the ages of 5 and 15.

Investigators say Chavarria is so brazen he would commit the crime while parents are asleep in the room and only feet away from the children.

To protect your home and family from any intruder, ALWAYS close and lock your windows and doors, even during hot summer months. Criminals are always on the lookout for an opportunity.

Chavarria might have other victims. Anyone with information about Chavarria or possible victims are urged to call the Sheriff’s Department at (858) 565-5200 or Escondido Police at (760) 839-4722. You can remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.

Chavarria is booked in Vista Jail. His bail is set at $4.5 million. He is scheduled to face a judge this week.

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