SAN DIEGO COUNTY
Bonita
This spacious, equestrian-oriented community offers some of the most luxurious homes in San Diego's South Bay area.

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Carlsbad
This coastal community, located about 35 miles north of downtown San Diego, was named after Karlsbad in the Czech Republic because the mineral waters found in Carlsbad were similar to those in the famous European spa.

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Carmel Valley
A favorite community for executive families, Carmel Valley is characterized by big homes, lots of opportunities for family fun, and great schools in a great school district.

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Coronado
Bordered by the Pacific Ocean, Glorietta Bay, and San Diego Bay, Coronado is linked to the mainland by the spectacular Coronado Bridge and a narrow strip of land called the Silver Strand.

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Del Mar
It's delightful to live in the town "where the surf meets the turf." Comprised of two square miles of coastal land, most of Del Mar's 4,500 residents are well-educated professionals.

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Downtown San Diego
Now more than just a destination, Downtown San Diego has become one of the county's hippest places to live with its pedestrian-friendly cultural, dining, and shopping opportunities.

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Eastlake/Chula Vista
Not just a popular place to live, but a popular place to work, as well. With new retail spaces opening at the rate of more than 2,000,000 square feet per year, Chula Vista is an economic powerhouse.

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Encinitas
Situated along six miles of Pacific coastline in San Diego's North County, Encinitas is geographically stunning and diverse with its mix of beaches, cliffs, flat-topped coastal areas, steep mesa bluffs, and rolling hills.

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Escondido
Escondido, which means "hidden" in Spanish, is surrounded by avocado and citrus groves and has a great mix of small-town friendliness and big-city buzz.

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Julian
San Diego's beloved mountain town is famous for its apples and apple pies, quaint shops, and fascinating history. And during the winter, it's where your typical Southern California kid can experience snow!

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La Jolla
Seven miles of beaches, a spectacularly sculptured coastline, virtual palaces perched for whitewater views, sidewalk cafes, art galleries, exclusive and trend-setting boutiques, La Jolla is a perennial favorite.

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La Mesa/Mt Helix
This settled, stable suburban city offers a close-in location, great services, and a villagey charm. The motto of this popular residential community is "The Jewel of the Foothills."

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Mission Beach & Pacific Beach
San Diego's hippest beach towns are THE place to live for a wide variety of mostly laid-back individuals — retirees, upscale young professionals in Mission Beach-front homes and condos, and lots of college students living in apartments.

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Mission Hills & Hillcrest
Mission Hills and Hillcrest are strategically located in the area bounded by Interstates 5 and 8 and Highway 163.

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Normal Heights & Kensington
The convenient location and the charming renovations of older homes make Normal Heights and Kensington popular.

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Point Loma
Because the community borders the Pacific Ocean on one side and San Diego Bay on the other, many of its lucky residents have spectacular views of the water and of the downtown San Diego skyline.

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Poway
It's easy to understand why Poway's motto is "the city in the country." Rolling hills, open spaces, and lots of trees both surround and separate the town, which is about 23 miles northeast of downtown off Interstate 15.

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Rancho Bernardo
This world-renowned model community is nestled in a lush valley flanked by rocky hills about 25 miles north of downtown San Diego.

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Rancho Santa Fe
Rancho Santa Fe is always listed among the "richest" suburbs not just in California but in the entire U.S., according to numerous surveys.

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Solana Beach
"Solana" is Spanish for "sunny," so whoever named this town must have spent some nice days at one of the town's sparkling beaches.

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Valley Center
Country living at its best. Valley Center is an affluent, unincorporated North County community in transition from a small rural town to a suburban "bedroom" community.

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Vista
Vistans like to boast about their perfect mild Mediterranean climate, which allows them to enjoy a wide range of year-round outdoor activities in a setting of gently rolling hills and pleasant rural surroundings.

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