Del Sur Real Estate was designed with a commitment to conservation: it is located among 1,000 acres of open space near Rancho Santa Fe. Del Sur provides residents with convenient access to the I-15, HWY 56, and I-5 freeways. Del Sur real estate was inspired by some of the historic neighborhoods in San Diego, echoing some of the architectural beauty of Mission Hills, Kensington, La Jolla, and Coronado. The centerpiece of Del Sur, the Ranch House, was built using all local and recycled materials. It earned the first Platinum LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification in San Diego for new construction from the U.S. Green Building Council in 2007.
The quality of life in Del Sur is almost unparalleled. Del Sur Real Estate has been designed to foster a community of true neighbors. Homes are designed for people first, with details like varied architectural elevations, entrances and front porches encouraging interaction with neighbors. Almost every home is just a short stroll away from a neighborhood park, each with its own personality.
Each of Del Sur’s neighborhood parks has walking paths, picnic spaces, and a solar-heated swimming pool. The community parks are: Aubrey Park, Beltaire Park, Haaland Glen Park, High Rose Park, Jacqueline Park, Kristen Glen Park, Mel Driscoll Memorial Park, Old Stonefield Park, Reagen Glen Park, Spreckles Park, Trent Park, Village Green Park, and Wade Park.
The abundant open space provides the perfect backdrop for Del Sur Real Estate. Bike, walk, or run along the 18 miles of trails that connect the community to the 4,000-acre Black Mountain Open Space Park.
Del Sur Real Estate
In 2015, Del Sur Real Estate cost on average $874,757 for a detached home and $398,000 for a townhome or condo.