What’s not to love about La Costa Valley homes?
Residents of La Costa Valley homes love that they are served by the Encinitas Union (elementary) and San Dieguito high school districts–and has its own award-winning public school: El Camino Creek Elementary School. Junior high and high school students are eligible to attend the San Dieguito schools including Diegueno Junior High, Oak Crest Junior High, La Costa Canyon High School, San Dieguito Academy, Crest Academy and Torrey Pines High School.
La Costa Valley residents of all ages love the spacious, elegantly appointed, and Tuscan-inspired clubhouse, the large solar-heated pool, lighted tennis courts, exercise facility and pre-school with playground that serves local residents. They also use and appreciate the miles of hiking and walking trails that have been left in their natural state and meander through the community.
Homes in La Costa Valley range from modest single story homes to ocean view homes that would accommodate a family of 5 to 10 or so–and with prices ranging from the $700’s to over $1 million.
La Costa Valley is centrally located close to the I-5 Freeway, the Carlsbad Forum, the endless shopping and services available on El Camino Real as well as local beaches and parks. Many who relocate to San Diego look at a number of subdivisions and settle on La Costa Valley because of its excellent school system, proximity to beach, transport and freeway, and the neighborhood spirit that brings families together at every opportunity.
La Costa Valley is the original neighborhood in the La Costa Villages, which also includes homes in La Costa Ridge, La Costa Oaks, and La Costa Greens.
Homes in La Costa Valley were built between 1998 and 2001 by builders and developers such as Shea Homes, KB Homes, K. Hovnanian, Davidson, Centex Homes, Standard Pacific Homes and Greystone Homes (later acquired by Lennar). This variety of builders also brought variety of architecture to La Costa Valley.
Below are all La Costa Valley homes for sale and below that, a slide show of the La Costa Valley clubhouse, El Camino Creek Elementary School and the nearby Carlsbad Forum. At the bottom are recent sales of homes in La Costa Valley.