4.83 Amazing panoramic ocean view acres perched in the top of San Elijo Hills. Build your custom dream home and barn with ocean and pond views. Sit on your deck and enjoy ocean views across Elfin Forest and Rancho Santa Fe. Walk the trails to the new Double Peak K-8 School. Welcome the natural setting of Old California but still minutes to San Elijo Hills Town Center shops, Cal State San Marcos, and Carlsbad beaches and shopping. Entitlement studies are done ready to build your horse, vineyard, family compound. Access from San Elijo Road.
7.83 Natural view acres San Elijo Hills/Questhaven Hills. Build your custom dream home and barn with pond views. Sit on your deck and enjoy the natural setting of your own pond. Access from Attebury Drive and Questhaven or behind Double Peak School. This is a rare Coastal North County opportunity to create privacy yet still close to community and shopping.
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12.6 Amazing acres in San Elijo Hills. The potential for 2 custom homes. Lot split application finalizing. Build your custom dream home with ocean views. Sit on your deck and enjoy ocean views across Elfin Forest and Rancho Santa Fe as you enjoy ducks and wildlife in your private pond. Walk the trails to the new Double Peak K-8 School. Welcome the natural setting of Old California but still minutes to San Elijo Hills Town Center & Carlsbad shopping & restaurants. Amazing convenient and rare North County location with multiple options for best use and enjoyment. Views, Pond, Ocean Breeze. Build your dream Old California estate or seek approval for wedding or event location. Zoned Residential/agriculture by The City of San Marcos. Click here to see Virtual Tour
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A controversial bid to build 189 houses in the foothills of northern San Marcos won approval this week from the San Marcos City Council, but critics have vowed to keep fighting the project, saying it’s too much development for the untouched land. The so-called San Marcos Highlands community — approved by the council in a 4-1 vote Tuesday — is planned for a nearly 300-acre property at the northern end of Las Posas Road. Homes would be built on 50 acres, and the rest of the property would be set aside as permanent open space. About half the land is within the city limits and the other half is in the county’s unincorporated area.
READ MORE VIA Source: San Marcos OK’s 189-home project – The San Diego Union-Tribune
A 242-acre parcel in Rancho Santa Fe once slated for residential development was sold to the Escondido Creek Conservancy for $13 million for public open space.
READ MORE VIA Source: 242-Acre Rancho Santa Fe Property Sold for Open Space – Times of San Diego