around...if you see anything, enchanting,
you'll know you're at the right place. Elfin
is one of the last rural
neighborhood in coastal north San Diego
County. This small 300 home
equestrian community is nestled north of Rancho Santa Fe, between Escondido
and Encinitas and south of San Marcos.
Inviting coastal breezes, an extensive trail system, the Escondido Creek
and friendly neighbors make this area so special.
Children flourish in the open spaces and award winning schools.
is a term used to describe
the native chaparral that covers much of the area and supports many endangered
plants and animals including the gnatcatcher. Many acres of open space lace the
community. The Elfin Forest
Recreational Reserve consists of 750 acres of native habitat, the new Olivenhain
Dam and reservoir and miles of trails.
2002, 452 acres were added with the purchase of the Derbas
property by the County
of San Diego
and the Escondido Creek
Gradisher was honored
to represent the principals in this transaction which will provide trail links
and the Coast to Crest
is in the unincorporated
of San Diego
and is designated
as Rural Residential with 2 acre minimum lot size.
Many homes have horse facilities and most have a direct trail connection.
All types of housing styles are
here as the area has been developed slowly with custom homes.
A few lots are remaining to build your dream home.
is an excellent place to
raise your children in a rural atmosphere with horses, sheep and other animals. For
the younger children several play groups are active and sponsor various outings.
Schools are excellent.
much of Elfin Forest is in the Rancho Santa Fe
School District. East of Colina
Encantada is in the Escondido
Elfin Forest Harmony Grove Town Council sponsors the annual Fourth of July
Parade and Picnic.
family moved to Elfin
was for the equestrian
has miles of trails and is
home to several world class trainers. Support
services such as feed and tack shops are close by
and good veterinarian care is readily available with
located close by in Rancho
Elfin Forest community is active and dedicated to
rural lifestyle. The Town Council
works to ensure new development is compatible with the existing community. The
Elfin Forest Landscape Foundation has
built the signature signage. The Foundation has also built and maintained miles
of trail and is supported by an annual garden tour each spring.
Station has one of the
the nicest gardens in all of southern California.
more info on Elfin Forest Real Estate? Link
to current listings
to talk to an equestrian who lives in Elfin Forest?
Call Nancy at (760) 471-7933 or e-mail.
more info on the Elfin Forest/Harmony Grove town council, click here.