San Elijo Hills
The neighborhood of San Elijo Hills in North County Coastal San Diego is a luxurious and charming community that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. There are a number of spectacularly designed homes whose architects have won awards for their work in this prize-winning community. San Elijo Hills offers residential opportunities in all sectors, including large, grand homes and smaller luxury condos. This area is made up of 27 smaller neighborhoods: Acacia, Atherton, Azure, Calistoga, Cambria, Carmel, Cedar Crossing, Copper Creek, Creekside Cottages, Crest View, Luminara, Mariners Landing, Masterpiece, Meridian, Morgan's Corner, Palisades, Promontory Ridge, Sagewood, Saverne, Springfield, Symphony, Village Square, Waterford, WestCliffe, WestRidge Cottage Homes, WestRidge Village Homes, and Woodley's Glen.
San Elijo Hills' elevation from sea level is the highest in San Diego, which provides spectacular views to residents. Residents also enjoy the convenience of the San Eljio Hills Towncenter, which is a shopping complex that is located at the center of town and provides all the necessities for daily life. This easily accessed town center provides almost all of the essentials expected from a small town and also serves as a popular gathering place for residents. The Towncenter includes newer retail stores such as Isabelle Briens French Pastry Cafe, Chevron gas station, a convenience store, a car wash, and a large Albertsons grocery store that was opened in 2008. The residents of San Elijo Hills enjoy award-winning educational opportunities through the San Marcos Unified School District.
The residents of San Elijo Hills enjoy a community that has dedicated more than 50% of its land to recreational purposes. The amenities include 18 miles of trails, bike and horseback riding paths, over 1,000 acres of wide open space, a 19-acre park with baseball diamonds, sports fields, and play structures, and wildlife conservation areas. Because of these numerous recreational opportunities, San Elijo Hills residents have many opportunities to get outside and stay active. In addition, there is a recently developed gated dog area called Bark Park for residents to exercise and socialize their dogs.