How often we hear from people working in downtown San Diego, La Jolla or Sorrento Valley who want to live relatively close to their employment–but who also want top schools and coastal climate.
A top suggestion? Carmel Valley: San Diego’s Master-Planned Community
Carmel Valley is one of San Diego’s most sought-after master planned communities. It’s estimated 2006 population of 42,000 enjoy a superb location that is roughly bounded by Del Mar to the east and west, the Rancho Bernardo area to the east and Torrey Hills to the south. Freeway access is simple with I-5 running along Carmel Valley’s western border and the new Highway 56 intersecting Carmel Valley through the middle.
Carmel Valley is known for its excellent schools, fine neighborhoods and easy commute to Sorrento Valley as well as these local employers:
As in much of North San Diego County, Carmel Valley has an overlay of different school districts. In northern Carmel Valley, elementary schools are governed by the Solana Beach School District (K-6), while the southern end of the community fall under the Del Mar School District K-6). The San Dieguito Union High School District oversees both the middle and high schools throughout Carmel Valley.
Elementary schools in Carmel Valley include the following–with district noted:
- Ashley Falls (Del Mar Union School District)
- Carmel Creek (Solana Beach School District)
- Carmel Del Mar (Del Mar Union School District)
- Del Mar Pines (Private nonsectarian)
- Sage Canyon (Del Mar Union School District)
- Solana Highlands (Solana Beach School District)
- Solana Pacific (Solana Beach School District)
Carmel Valley Middle School (SDUHSD)
Canyon Crest Academy
Torrey Pines High School
Listed below are current homes for sale in Carmel Valley.
If you have any questions, feel free to call Scott or Roberta Murphy at either 760-942-9100 or 760-613-6190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org