Guard gated golf community of 942 home sites on 4000 acres east of Rancho Santa Fe. There are 1,000 acres of open space with dramatic ridgelines, deep ravines, and gentle hillsides. The density is the same as the RSF Covenant (1 home per 4 acres). The landscape is natural, native California. The hub of the development is an 11-acre village green, 19,000 sq. ft. community building, including a gymnasium, a multi-purpose room, workout facilities, pool, and café. Nearby, there are 6 tennis courts, a 35,000 sq. ft. clubhouse, and a private 250-acre Rees Jones golf course with 400-foot fairways. www.Santaluz.com Like the plein aire artistry that inspired its name, Santaluz (“Sacred Light”) is a masterpiece golf course community embodying the best of San Diego coastal living in a highly desirable, private residential area east of Rancho Santa Fe.
Located between the ocean and mountain foothills, Santaluz is a family friendly, gated community within easy access to major freeways and one of the best school districts. The wide range of lots and pricing among award-winning custom and production homes draw a diverse range of residents who value privacy and enjoy outdoor living. The showcase of this gated community is a golf course truly on par with world-class resorts, while The Santaluz Club offers its country club members a broad range of golfing activities, spa services and endless social events. Because of its unique location, the climate makes every day perfect for golf, tennis, cycling, running, swimming … you name it. Whatever your passion, there’s a group of neighbors that meets regularly to explore together new trails, relax by the pool or share a cup of coffee. Unlike many other master planned communities, Santaluz was designed to work with the area’s natural features, so homes and common areas blend in with the natural contours of the terrain and give the resort community a distinctive feel that’s been honored over the years by architectural critics and developers.
Poway School District, including: 2007-2008
Sunset Hills Elementary (unless already at Adobe Bluffs Elementary) 2008-2009
Willow Grove Elementary
Black Mountain Middle School, Mt. Carmel High School