About Del Sur

Del Sur is a new master-planned community which puts together homes, schools, parks, and recreation with a friendly, small town charm. This hilltop village is convenient to both downtown San Diego and the beaches of the Pacific Coast. Sixty percent of Del Sur’s beautiful landscape is enhanced and protected as dedicated open space. This gives residents plenty of opportunities to explore the many miles of hiking, biking, and rough-terrain trails sprawling through California hill country and linking to the San Dieguito River Regional Park.

Del Sur’s neighborhoods offer many different home styles, sizes, and prices, and they are created on an intimate scale with the idea that building a home is an art. These new homes surround a traditional town commons and offer homebuyers the very latest in residential living innovations, including energy-saving appliances and environmentally safe products. Indeed, the Del Sur community is very conscious of the environment and the effects it has on the surrounding countryside. Del Sur has won several important regional environmental awards and maintains The Ranch House, a facility in the community open to all San Diego residents that serves as an environmental education and resource center.

About Carmel Valley

Carmel Valley is an affluent suburban planned community in the north-western corner of San Diego, California, USA. The community is composed of commercial offices, residential units, hotels, and retail stores and restaurants. This is not to be confused with Carmel Valley Village, a community in northern California.

Located in the north part of San Diego, Carmel Valley real estate ranges from luxury, private gated properties to single family homes, townhomes and condos. With one of the most comfortable climates in the world it is a top sought after community in San Diego with gorgeous homes that are set in desirable neighborhoods; some nestled in the hills with magnificent views of the ocean.
Carmel Valley is a wonderful place to live for those who enjoy a coastal California lifestyle including hiking and biking trails and a healthy lifestyle. The community is known for their excellent all year weather, tremendous schools and a wonderful family environment.


About Torrey Highlands

Torrey Highlands is home to the highly rated Westview High School (Go Wolverines!), which is also a part of the acclaimed Poway Unified school district. Torrey Highlands has some of the best outdoor activities in all of San Diego. Whether you are hiking or biking, there’s something for everyone. There are also many nature preserves just steps away and the finest beaches in all of Southern California are only 10-15 minute drive.

The Torrey Highlands Village Center also hosts 90,000 square feet of community activities and social interaction for all of its residents. This village center is full of retail outlets, restaurants and coffee shops with a residential community, providing the convenience of shopping, dining, and living all in one place. If community is what you are looking for, Torrey Highlands may just be it.

The Homes in Torrey Highlands offer a variety of styles and comforts. The streets are beautiful with lush landscaping which makes it incredibly warm and inviting.

About Rancho Penasquitos

Rancho Penasquitos is a quaint, comfortable community located in northeastern San Diego in beautiful southern California. Rancho Penasquitos takes its name from the varied geography of the area. Meaning “land of little hills,” this community sits amid cliffs and palisades offering breathtaking vistas of the San Diego countryside.

The Penasquitos Canyon Preserve provides ample hiking, biking, horse trails, and other recreational activities. A very distinctive landmark of Rancho Penasquitos is the peak of Black Mountain, which rises up to 1,500 feet. Many other neighborhood parks contribute to the preservation of the great natural scenery here.

The excellent schools in Rancho Penasquitos are included in the Poway Unified School District, one of the highest scoring districts in the county. In addition, the community supports the abundant social and recreational activities for children. Rancho Penasquitos is known for its prolific Little League program, once the biggest in the country. All of these features make Rancho Penasquitos a very desirable place to live, raise a family or just enjoy the natural beauty and close proximity to the ocean blue.


About Del Mar

Del Mar is located just north of La Jolla and Torrey Pines State Reserve. It is a small community, home to a population of approximately 4500 and spans 2.1 square miles of prime coastal real estate.

Much like San Diego’s other coastal communities, Del Mar’s climate stays at average temperatures between 64 and 78 degrees year round. Del Mar encompasses a one-of-a-kind historic downtown village that dates all the way back to the 1880s. The village currently hosts over 60 shops offering everything from high-end apparel to unique specialty shops. 

Looking to dine within the village? There is plenty to choose from with the 25 restaurants and various cafes; many offering views overlooking the ocean. Also located along the 2 miles of coastline are a variety of famous beaches, including a sliver of beach for dogs and Torrey Pines State Beach.

Also located along the 2 miles of coastline are a variety of famous beaches, including a sliver of beach for dogs and Torrey Pines State Beach.

Del Mar’s primary beach is the only beach in the county with wheel chair access and wheelchairs designed specifically for the sand. During the summer, the world famous thoroughbred racetrack and grounds are converted into the Del Mar Fair where adults and children can enjoy some “fair food” or catch a ride on the Ferris wheel.

Since the legendary days of Hollywood’s golden years, Del Mar has been the destination of choice for many a movie star as well as those with a taste for fast horses, beautiful beaches, and award-winning cuisine. Along with the Del Mar Fairgrounds, home to the Del Mar Races and San Diego County Fair, the historic and charming Del Mar Village offers a variety of unique shops, renowned restaurants, and luxury and beach-style hotels. Saturday’s farmers’ market is also a great place to pick up the freshest and finest produce, flowers and seafood the region has to offer.

The community boasts three different neighborhoods and several community parks that are perfect for watching the sunset over the Pacific or catching a free concert during the summer months. The Village offers a variety of styles with oceanfront views from quaint beach cottages to posh luxury estates. Rural Del Mar is located minutes from the beach, but gives the feel of being in the country with some homes on acre lots. Del Mar Heights is located just west of Interstate 5 and hosts a range of modest to expansive custom homes. Whatever your lifestyle is, Del Mar has a little bit of something for everyone.

There is a Del Mar beach to fit any preference: The River Mouth (or Dog Beach) which is broad, wide and dog-friendly; North Del Mar City Beach, which some consider to be San Diego’s finest beach; and South Del Mar City Beach, which is long, cliff-lined and isolated, perfect for long walks or jogs.