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The historic Coronado Village is the heart of the “Crown City,” a community known for its friendly atmosphere, award-winning schools and a life enchanted by proximity to the dream-blue Pacific. Boutique shops, coffee houses, restaurants and galleries all add to the glamour and clamor of busy Orange Avenue, where tourists and locals alike come to enjoy the good life in this walkable, completely smoke-free community. The Village spans roughly 13 square miles and encompasses such points of...

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Coronado Shores is a high rise condominium community just south of the Hotel Del Coronado, comprised of 10, luxury towers. These 15-story buildings sit on 32 dazzling beachfront acres facing the Pacific, daily regaling residents with the magic of light and water. From the vantage point of Coronado Shores, residents wake up every day to awe-inspiring 360-degree views of the entire San Diego region, from the distant Vallecito Mountains, to San Diego Bay, to Point Loma and the Pacific...

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This planned, waterfront community is comprised of 10, distinct villages, all seasoned with Caribbean flavor. Designed around small peninsulas and inlets with private boat slips, this community offers residents the ultimate in luxury living with unique architecture reminiscent of tropical island villas. It is the only residential marina community south of Newport Beach and offers unparalleled privacy due to the limited access provided by a single land entrance. Only four miles south of the...

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As San Diego East County grows, so do some of the more rural communities located here. Jamul is home to over 6,000 residents and has seen an expansion with homebuyers buying spacious lots and building custom homes. Many residences are located in gated communities offering privacy and top amenities. Yet there are older homes at attractive prices that provide amazing views and endless possibilities. The sunsets, according to locals, are some of the most beautiful in all of San Diego...

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Located along the foothills of Cuyamaca Mountains, Lakeside has had a long reputation of being a “cowboy” town thanks to its rural location. With a population of just over 20,000, this unincorporated community was originally named after a small, natural lake located here. Today, there are four lakes and all offer something different: from jet skiing, fishing, boating, to camping and hiking. There are many reasons why homebuyers seek out Lakeside. In addition to the small town living...

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Santee is a popular suburban city of just over 53,000 residents. With over 1.100 acres of natural habitat, parks, and trails, yet just 18 miles from San Diego beaches thanks to State Route 52, this is a community that continues to strive for growth without risking its charm. Santee appeals to a large number of homeowners due to its low crime rate and excellent schools. In the past several years, Santee has grown to include upscale residential properties, large shopping centers, and...

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Named after the natural spring located here, Spring Valley is the largest unincorporated community within San Diego County. Located just 11 miles east of downtown San Diego, Spring Valley is bordered by La Mesa and El Cajon to the north and sits on 13.5 square miles. Within Spring Valley are several smaller communities, such as Rancho San Diego, Mt. Helix and others. Here you will discover plenty of wide open spaces, rolling hills and countryside offering a small town feel despite its...

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Referred to as “The Jewel of the Hills,” La Mesa is located just nine miles east of downtown San Diego and 12 miles from the Pacific Ocean. This popular community is home to over 57,000 residents who enjoy over 14 parks, a wide selection of shopping, dining and entertainment choices and some of the best schools in the county. This urban community has recently made several improvements along La Mesa Boulevard. The revitalized downtown, has quaint mom and pop shops, antique stores, and...

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A popular subdivision first developed in the early 1970’s, Rancho San Diego is home to approximately 22,000 residents. This upper middle class community covers close to eight square miles and conveniently located off I-94 just 14 miles east of downtown San Diego. There are a variety of home choices in Rancho San Diego, including several custom designed properties sitting on spacious lots with beautiful views. Yet this is also a preferred destination for many first time homebuyers. Many...

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A private, gated community nestled in the hills, this East county development is in a sought after neighborhood that offers stunning canyon views, and homes on private, spacious lots. Popular with families because of the outstanding school district, Monarch Ridge offers something for everyone. With acres of open space, community pool and spa, tennis and a safe and protective environment, homeowners are still just minutes from major highways. Golf, hiking trails, shopping and parks are all...

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With a population of just over 3,000, Granite Hills is located within a small portion El Cajon city limits on the eastern side with the rest situated on unincorporated land. Many homes here offer plenty of land and wide open spaces with incredible views. Within close proximity to major highways and downtown San Diego, Granite Hills allows homeowners privacy and some of the top schools in the county, including Granite Hills High School, a California Distinguished School. This is a family...

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This popular suburb is within both cities of El Cajon and La Mesa and it offers home buyers easy access to major highways, excellent schools, and a variety of housing opportunities. The majority of homes are single family, yet a few condominiums and apartments are scattered throughout. Buyers can find anything from starter homes to custom designed properties all situated in quiet neighborhoods and many with million dollar mountain and valley views. Fletcher Hills is near several parks,...

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A major agricultural community, Dehesa is located along Sweetwater River between Granite Hills and Alpine and approximately 20 miles from downtown San Diego. This scenic small community is known for its pretty countryside, including large oaks and sycamores, with views of the valley and hills. For those searching for land with panoramic views who enjoy a peaceful and quiet lifestyle, yet close to all that San Diego county has to offer, here is a great opportunity to find your new...

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Blossom Valley is an upscale, friendly community located on the east end of El Cajon and offers some of the most luxurious properties in the surrounding area. Spacious homes with full amenities, including professional landscaping, gorgeous pools, and plenty of space for entertaining, all nestled in quiet, peaceful neighborhoods make this a sought after area for families. Many move here to enjoy not only the envious San Diego weather, but to also establish a safe and peaceful environment where...

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Located in the northeast section of the city of El Cajon, Bostonia also includes some areas of unincorporated San Diego County. This is an ideal neighborhood that has something for everyone. From first time homebuyers, to those upgrading or downsizing, buyers will discover this popular community offers a variety of housing options all nestled within a safe and peaceful area. With easy access to major freeways, Bostonia provides a short commute to downtown San Diego and other surrounding...

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This rural, unincorporated community is located on a hill just east of El Cajon on 6.5 square miles yet just 20 miles from the Pacific Ocean. Surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery, and endless views, this is the perfect location for those that desire a quieter lifestyle, yet not reside too far away from the amenities of San Diego, El Cajon, La Mesa and other larger cities. Situated at 1640 feet above sea level, Crest has a population of just over 2,500 people. Truly a town where...

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