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Southern California is Horse Country

You’ve found the heart of Southern California horse country. Throughout North San Diego County and up through Southwest Riverside County you’ll find big spaces, clear skies, and an inviting, laid back western-style perfect for keeping and enjoying horses. And it’s affordable too with very good values in both modest and high-end equestrian properties. From near coastal communities to back-country inland areas, there is a place to suite any personality and budget. The map above has the current SANDICOR AND CRMLS listings for properties that may be suitable for keeping horses.

North County San Diego

Fallbrook

There is a wide range of pricing for equestrian properties in the Fallbrook region, but expect listing prices to start at $400,000 to $500,000 and reach into the millions. The majority of Fallbrook equestrian properties will be listed for over $500,000. You may find a property that will accommodate horses for less, but they don’t come up often and there may be compromises and issues associated with these lower priced properties.

Most Fallbrook area horse properties are located south of the Village of Fallbrook — along the Green Canyon Road area, northeast of Live Oak Park, or to the west in the Morro Hills/Olive Road area, although you will find horse properties throughout the region.

Bonsall

Bonsall is a noted equestrian region with a number of significant horse properties and operations.

Valley Center

Escondido

Rancho Santa Fe

 

Riverside County

La Cresta

 

Note: We design preset searches using the terms “horse” and “equestrian” to create these customized maps. In some cases, this might provide inaccurate search results. We suggest this method as a starting point and initial screen of possible properties. As with any real estate purchase, you’ll need to undertake a complete review of zoning and other ordinances and neighborhood regulations to make sure that your intended use is legal and permissible. Our “Due Diligence Checklist”  can help you determine zoning and land uses allowed on any San Diego County parcel. 

 

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