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An Award-winning Hilltop Community with Stunning Ocean Views

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San Marcos, California

3,400

Homes

1,921

Acres

1,115

Acres of Open Space

Healthy, ocean-view living

San Elijo Hills is a 1,921-acre, award-winning master-planned community, approximately 30 miles north of San Diego, California, known for its panoramic ocean views, inviting towncenter and extensive recreation and open space. The design of San Elijo Hills was inspired by the architecture and layout of California coastal cities that grew up in the early 1900s.

Vibrant towncenter

The heart of the community is a 70-acre towncenter, which includes a 19-acre park, two schools (elementary and middle), neighborhood retailers and services, urban-style residences and a classic town square. Additionally, second elementary school opened in 2016.

The community, which welcomed its first residents in 2000, features single-family homes, estates, condos and apartments. Home prices have ranged from the $300,000s to almost $2 million dollars.

Extensive open space

More than half of the property (1,115 acres) has been set aside as permanent open space and includes 18 miles of hiking/biking trails and the 200-acre Double Peak Park.

Development is nearing completion, with less than 100 of the 3,400 residences planned for the community remaining to be sold.

Nationally honored

San Elijo Hills has been honored with the most prestigious community design awards in the building industry, including the Gold Award in the “Master-Planned Community of the Year” category at “The Nationals,” a competition sponsored by the National Association of Home Builders and the Gold Nugget Grand Award in the “Community/Town Plan” category at the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC). San Elijo Hills was also named “Best Master-Planned Community” at MAME, an industry competition that receives 500 entries from throughout Southern California.

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