Fallbrook, Bonsall, Rainbow, De Luz, Temecula Valley & North San Diego County Real Estate
AN IDEAL LOCATION
Fallbrook is a short 15 miles from the Pacific Ocean and an easy 1-hour drive to downtown San Diego. Yet, what an oasis it is! With almost 125 square miles, it's an enormous geographic area, made up of rolling hills dotted with groves and nurseries.
In the center of Fallbrook is the small - straight out of an old movie. You can drive and park easily, and walk through the gift shops, antique stores, or stop for a gelato. The Saturday and Sunday Farmers' Markets are popular with the locals. There is a reason why Fallbrook is known as the “Friendly Village.” The pace is slower, people are friendly, and you can relax in the moment.
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Fallbrook's Surrounding Neighborhoods
Fallbrook is made up of a subset of communities, each with their own character. Rainbow is an area located on the east side of Fallbrook, while De Luz and Sandia Creek are located on the north side of Fallbrook. These areas are a bit more remote and offer a quieter seclusion. You will also find the neighborhoods of Winterwarm, South Morro Hills, Monserate Hills, and San Luis Rey in the Fallbrook area (and all with the same Fallbrook ZIP code of 92028).
Bonsall is a charming community of 14,000 people located just south of Fallbrook. Bonsall is characterized by the same rolling hills and peaceful surroundings, and is known for their many horse ranches.
Art in Fallbrook
The scenery brings many artists to Fallbrook, and there is a flourishing art scene. The Fallbrook Art Center downtown has continual exhibitions of renowned and local artists, along with several local galleries. And there is a foundry (Fallbrook School of the Arts ) where local artists teach classes in sculpture, hot glass, ceramics, welding, and drawing.
Golf and Play
Fallbrook is home to several golf courses, from the centrally located Pala Mesa Resort to The Golf Club of California, nestled in scenic rolling hills in Fallbrook, boasting a beautiful 18-hole championship golf course and stunning Mediterranean club house.
There is an active tennis club and cyclists are a common site on the rural roads.
Hikers have choices from the local preserves (the 46-acre Los Jigueros Preserve) to the undisturbed miles along the Santa Margarita River Trail, the Monserate Mountain Trail , Heller's Bend Preserve Trail, and Rock Mountain Trail.
Whether for exercise, bird watching, spectacular scenery, or just to commune with nature, the Fallbrook Land Conservancy Preserves invites you to visit their Preserves.
Or enjoy a picnic in the beautiful 26-acre Live Oak Park, surrounded by
giant oak trees.
Near Perfect Weather
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The weather is near perfect. With an average daytime high temperature of 76 degrees and 264 days of sunshine, it is no wonder that there are dozens of nurseries in Fallbrook. Everything grows here. Known for their avocados (the ‘Avocado Capital of the World’), Fallbrook is also the home to growers of flowers, ornamentals, citrus, nuts, tomatoes, and palms.
Roadside farm stands are sprouting up around Fallbrook. Find Eli's Farm Stand at 2929 E. Mission Rd. The Fallbrook Fruit Stand is at the 76 & 15 Junction.
With so much of Southern California feeling congested and smoggy, Fallbrook is a welcome relief. Whether driving by horse ranches or winding along rural roads surrounded by ancient oak trees, you are struck by the greenery and peacefulness.
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