San Marcos, Lake San Marcos and San Elijo
San Marcos is northeast of Encinitas. Its the home to California State University, San Marcos which has recently led to industries, such as the high-tech sector, setting up shop in the city. With a population of approximately 90,000, San Marcos offers a variety of real estate from condos, townhomes and single family houses.
Lake San Marcos
The serene community surrounding the shores of Lake San Marcos includes more than twenty neighborhoods; many right on the shores of Lake San Marcos. The brand new Lakehouse Hotel and Resort offers affordable luxury on the shores of sunny Lake San Marcos. The hotel offers a spa, dining and all types of watercraft rentals. St. Mark executive golf course is a par 58 at 2,700 yards and packs a lot of great golf in a short amount of time. The course is open to the public from 7am until sunset.
Some of the newest homes available in San Marcos are Varadero Homes. Enjoy cool ocean breezes, surrounding emerald rolling hills, and spectacular views. Ideally situated, overlooking Lake San Marcos and the Pacific Ocean, this prestigious, gated community, provides breathtaking views of ocean sunsets to the west or magnificent sunrises over mountains to the east.
Six miles from the Pacific coastline sits the San Elijo Hills community, a master planned community of 3,400 homes. Since its inception, San Elijo Hills has drawn people to it with its focus on a ‘small-town’ feel; hosting concerts in the town square, an Oktoberfest celebration, nature hikes and movie-nights, where projection screens show family movies in the park to hundreds.
San Elijo Hills was designed to give its residents the four essential elements of a strong, nurturing community: a vibrant towncenter, including a major grocery store, shops, eateries and convenient services; ample parks and trails; award-winning schools; and an ideal community lifestyle incorporating activities and traditional events that foster a close-knit, small town environment.
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