Rancho Peñasquitos is a community located in North County San Diego that plays host to
more than 52,000 residents. It is located just south of Rancho Bernardo, west of Interstate 15,
and north of Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve.
Reaching to over 1,500 feet above the surrounding area, the most distinctive landmark in the community is Black Mountain. The rolling landscape and mesas provide privacy and a sense of peace for the residents of each neighborhood.
Peñasquitos locals enjoy ample areas of parkland and open space, providing opportunities to bask in the beautiful San Diego weather. In addition to the residential development,
the community includes several town centers for commerce.
Rancho Bernardo sets the standard for master-planned communities. Although part of the City of San Diego, the ambiance of the community distinguishes Rancho Bernardo from other parts of the county. Nestled within a valley, about 7,000 acres house more than 45,000 residents in North County San Diego. A town plaza contains small businesses including financial services, insurance, attorneys, computer services, real estate, mortgage and escrow companies, high tech and entrepreneurial-type businesses.
The City of Poway is the "City in the Country," even though it has grown with a population of 50,500. Poway’s unique geography allows for a high quality of living with a diverse and thriving business community. The Poway Business Park provides a strategic location for more than 450 businesses of all sizes representing manufacturing, warehouse and distribution, and corporate offices, and retail. The Poway Business Park has helped make Poway #6 in business growth in the State of California, as rated in Outlook Magazine.
Sabre Springs lies north of Scripps Ranch, west of the City of Poway, south of Carmel Mountain Ranch. Interstate 15 is directly west of Sabre Springs, with Ted Williams Parkway running just north of the community. Sabre Springs is home to over 10,000 residents. The rolling landscape of the area provides quiet neighborhoods and exquisite views.
Del Sur is the final phase of Black Mountain Ranch.There is inspiration from the best of San Diego’s past including the historic neighborhoods of Mission Hills, Kensington, La Jolla and Coronado that have charmed generations of San Diegans with their architectural diversity and pedestrian nature. Del Sur has translated these aspects into a new community of distinct neighborhoods and created a community that looks boldly to the future while maintaining a respect for the environment.
Homes are designed for people first, with details like varied architectural elevations, entrances and front porches encouraging interaction with neighbors. Almost every home is within walking distance of the six existing community parks—five of which feature solar heated pools.
The natural typography plays a dominant role in community design. Over 1,000 acres have been preserved as open space with an additional 4,000 acres of the adjacent Black Mountain Preserve. Over 18 miles of trails will connect the community, allowing residents to walk and bike to schools and recreation destinations.
Our commitment to conservation began with the very first building at Del Sur—the Ranch House. Built using local and recycled materials, the Ranch House is one of the most eco-friendly buildings in the country, earning the first Platinum LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification in San Diego for new construction from the U.S. Green Building Council in 2007.
Santaluz, the first phase of Black Mountain Ranch, is located west of 4S Ranch and Rancho Peñasquitos, and south of Santa Fe Valley and Del Sur.
It is an exquisitely beautiful, gated community situated on 3,800 acres of land that offers 24 hour security.
It was designed with 1930s architecture in mind, so there are no sidewalks, but in their place are meandering gravel paths.
Recently named among the 20 best surf towns in the world by National Geographic, Encinitas, Ca. wears its surf history proudly. Located along six miles of Pacific Ocean coastline, Encinitas is an unspoiled reminder of the historic Highway 101 beach culture that thrived in the mid-1900s. The neighborhood’s eclectic downtown has long drawn surfers and hippies with a unique and dynamic blend of San Diego’s top surf shops, coffeehouses and record stores and the beaches in Encinitas are coveted by locals as hidden gems.
Encinitas is alternately known as the "Flower Capital of the World," because of its extensive collection of unique nurseries and gardens, most extensive of which is the San Diego Botanic Garden. Encinitas is also the world's leading grower of the Christmas flower, the poinsettia.
Located on San Diego’s scenic north shore and known as “The Village by the Sea," Carlsbad was named after a famous spa in Karlsbad, Bohemia, when in 1882 the water there was found to have similar mineral content.
This quaint city has beautiful sandy beaches, three unique lagoons, outstanding shopping and world-class sporting events. It also boasts the LEGOLAND® theme park with rides, shows and attractions and the Flower Fields of Carlsbad Ranch with its 50 acres of flowers that bloom spectacularly every spring. Home to many world-renowned golf equipment manufacturers, Carlsbad also features the storied La Costa Golf Course with its long list of legendary tournaments and players.