Welcome to Solana Beach
Life in Solana Beach
The sun shines bright on Solana Beach; this beachside town whose literal Spanish to English translation is “sunny spot.” Located just a lagoon north of Del Mar, Solana Beach is so quaint and beautiful you cannot help but feel right at home anywhere you go in this four-square-mile town. What was once open ranch land became a vibrantly planned community thanks in part to Ed Fletcher’s vision in the early 1920s; he spearheaded developing commerce in Solana Beach and functioned as a community planner with creative developments like Fletcher Cove and Cedros Design District. In addition to pristine beaches, Solana Beach has a train stop, public library and it is a mecca of designer shops, art galleries, artisan workshops, yoga and exercise studios, day spas, and casual eating spots. For those seeking entertainment, hundreds of rock and blues acts perform each year at the world-famous Belly Up Tavern on Cedros Avenue. Further east is the 125-acre San Dieguito County Park with a myriad of trails, picnic areas, and playgrounds. The components of the open outdoor areas, beach, unique homes, and small businesses from the perfect triad for beachside living.
Homes in Solana Beach
Living in Solana Beach offers the ideal beach and community lifestyle day in and day out; types of homes range anywhere from custom homes to beach condominiums above the ocean cliffs. Homes are divided into the following areas:
Homes west of Highway 101, are mostly custom-built homes within steps to the beaches.
Homes north and south off Lomas Santa Fe Drive are mostly homes that offer charm with steep hills and sweeping ocean or San Elijo lagoon views.
The southern coast of Solana Beach includes bluff-top condominium complexes.
Solana Circle homes and condominiums West of Interstate 5 and in the southern part of the city) provide Del Mar racetrack proximity and Pacific Ocean views.
The small and eclectic Eden Garden community of homes is in the valley west of Interstate 5 with great cultural roots and several gourmet Mexican restaurants.
Homes, townhomes, and condominiums east of Interstate 5 are close to the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club and Golf Course, Rancho Santa Fe, and about five minutes to the nearest beach.
Solana Beach is a tight-knit community of beach-centric people, those that visit dream of owning a home in this little piece of paradise, and those that live here are happy to share.
Schools in Solana Beach
The rich and innovative schools in the Solana Beach School District have been recognized at the local, state, and national levels with high test scores. Students in elementary school are in the Solana Beach School District and the middle and high school students are in the San Dieguito High School District which includes students from other communities and surrounding areas. In addition, there are several excellent private schools in the immediate area.
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