Why Should I Buy Real Estate in Inland North County San Diego?
Inland north county San Diego is home to numerous residential urban areas experiencing economic and entrepreneurial growth. The added bonus is the breathtaking views this area has to offer – communities are surrounded by inland mountain ranges and nestled in lush green valleys.
Real estate prices in inland north county San Diego offer a large range. Finding the perfect neighborhood and right size home to raise your family in can be accomplished by buying real estate in this area.
Here’s some real estate insight regarding north county inland communities:
Poway: Mostly known for high performing schools and championship athletic programs, the Poway Unified School District has grown to more than 30 schools, and is an attractive feature to families looking for real estate in this area. Poway is predominantly middle class, with homes for sale in HOA communities, single-family residences, condos, and townhouses. The total population is around 50,000. Nearby communities include Rancho Bernardo, Scripps Ranch, and Rancho Penasquitos. Easy access from the city to Interstate 15 is a benefit for daily commuters into downtown San Diego.
Escondido: Home to about 150,000 residents, this city is growing at a rapid pace with new HOA communities like Hidden Trails, and several unincorporated communities like Hidden Meadows, Felicita Park, and Rincon Del Diablo, springing up to the south and east of the city.
Spanish for “hidden,” Escondido was founded in 1888 in a deep valley. It is one of the oldest cities in San Diego County. The city’s original Santa Fe Depot, first library, and blacksmith shop, still sit in the city’s Grape Day Park. Just a few blocks south of the historic site, you will find Grand Avenue, home to “downtown Escondido.” The downtown remains active with restaurants, coffee shops, antique shops, and galleries that attract a daily local crowd. Every Friday night from April through September, the city hosts the popular “Cruisin Grand” event where hot rod enthusiasts park their antique cars on the palm-lined avenue.
Escondido is home to over 15 parks and three large lakes for the boating, fishing, and hiking enthusiast. The California Center for the Arts is located here, as well as the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, a popular tourist destination.
Condos, multi-family units, single-family homes, and mobile homes for sale can be found all across Escondido. Due to the city’s rich history and economic growth, architecture is diverse. Some homes date back to the late 1800’s, but also newer HOA communities offer homes for sale that are less than 10 years old.
Fallbrook: Nestled in the northernmost part of San Diego County you will find the rural, quiet, unincorporated community of Fallbrook. Flanked by native evergreen oak trees, eucalyptus, and avocado trees, this town is known as “The Avocado Capital of the World” and features a quaint downtown area, which is home to The Avocado Festival. Also in this area you will find numerous avocado and sub-tropical fruit farms, palm tree nurseries, and horse ranches. Fallbrook has also been called “The Friendly Village,” and its 30,000 residents would agree and are welcoming new homeowners. Real Estate in Fallbrook includes mostly single-family homes, ranches, and properties with large acreage.
Other communities to research if looking to buy a home in inland north county San Diego:
There is plenty of real estate scattered around Inland North County waiting to be found! Start your search today! Contact Katy Ball to get started!