Reminiscent of traditional California haciendas, The Villas at Rancho Valencia are highlighted by custom furnishings, hand-painted tiles and private garden patios. Spacious living areas are furnished in the gracious style of the popular Casitas at Rancho Valencia. Superior finishes and the ever-present Rancho Valencia attention to detail are hallmarks of each residence. The finest finishes, appliances and appointments create a distinctive personality for each Villa and the architecture blends flawlessly into the surrounding environment. Rancho Santa Fe is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the country. About 7,500 people call "The Ranch," as it's known to locals, home. Situated just four miles east of the coast and 20 miles north of downtown San Diego, Rancho Santa Fe was acquired by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway in 1906. Local attracations are abundant and include Balboa Park, the nation's largest urban cultural park of over 1,200 acres and dubbed "The Smithsonian of the West."; Birch Aquarium at Scripps, more than sixty habitats featuring life from the cold waters of the Northern Pacific coast down to the Caribbean; Del Mar Race Track and Thoroughbred Club, an American horse-racing track located at the Del Mar Fairgrounds north of La Jolla; The Flower Fields of Carlsbad, vibrant waves of color cover 50 acres of foothills and overlook the Pacific Ocean; La Jolla, renowned for its Mediterranean views, fine restaurants, exclusive shops and art galleries, and; LEGOLAND California, an interactive family theme park of 128 acres filled with rides, shows and attractions.
Another resort in the local area is WorldMark at San Diego. WorldMark at San Diego is right in the middle with a city with sunny skies, comfortable temperatures, and beautiful beaches. Popular nearby attractions include Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo, and SeaWorld San Diego.