- Secure, Gated Community of only 32 homes.
- At the highest point on the Del Mar Mesa with elevations to 445”.
- The end of the Del Mar Mesa with no adjacent developments.
- Architectural Guidelines to insure quality architecture and designs.
- Surrounded on all sides by permanent open space and the Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve.
- 92130 Zip Code.
- Close proximity to I-56, I-5 and I-15, with easy access to local shopping, La Jolla & Del Mar.
- 4 miles from the ocean providing San Diego’s perfect climate.
- Centered amongst 100’s of miles of hiking, biking, and horse trails.
- Unobstructed 360 degree views.
- Surrounded by Open Space and dramatic canyon and sunset views.
- Scenery: sunsets, riparian woodland, open grassland, brush-covered slopes, distant ocean, and canyon views.
- Del Mar Union School District
- Sycamore Ridge Elementary School & Carmel Valley Middle School
- San Dieguito Union High School District
- Torrey Pines High School & Canyon Crest Academy
- Private Schools
- Cathedral Catholic High School, La Jolla Country Day School, The Jewish Academy
Lots and Homes
- Lots range in size from 1⁄2 acre to 1 1⁄4 acres.
- Each lot is designed and integrated into the natural surroundings.
- Two private, gated access points into the Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve.
- The Preserve features San Diego’s finest Builders and Architects with strict Design Guidelines to maintain The Preserve as one of San Diego’s finest residential developments.
The Preserve is surrounded by the city's best biking, hiking, and running trails.
The Trails, Open Spaces and Landmarks of Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve, meaning little cliffs, is located in the City of San Diego between the I-5 and I-15 freeways, some twelve miles north of the City's urban center. The Preserve is composed of two large coastal canyons. When completed it will cover over 4000 acres and stretch some 7 miles.
Los Peñasquitos Canyon and its tributary, Lopez Canyon, are characterized by perennial streams and steep slopes rising from flat, densely vegetated canyon bottoms. The canyons were created by stream erosion of marine sediments, which in some areas has exposed crystalline bedrock that is 300 million years old. Remains of the prehistoric culture can still be found.
The scenery of the Preserve is varied, ranging from tangled riparian woodland to open grassland that rises abruptly onto brush-covered slopes. Midway down six-mile long Los Peñasquitos Canyon is a boulder-studded waterfall set against an untouched backdrop of rolling hills. Many rare plant and animal species are found in the Preserve.