Carlsbad real estate presents a problem for our family. I would love nothing better than for our three sons to be able to buy homes in Carlsbad, CA–if for no other reason than to keep them close. Our oldest son bought a La Costa condo several years ago, but the other two are still renting
by Roberta Murphy Carlsbad is set to have a new attraction–unlike anything San Diego has ever offered. The Green Dragon Tavern & Museum is slated to open in late October or November and will provide both a Colonial Museum, period tavern and a restaurant that serves traditional American cuisine–including New England staples such as lobster
Though we deal day in and day out with Carlsbad real estate, we also spend much time exploring the different neighborhoods and communities within this coastal city. Here, we explore the charms of Olde or Old Carlsbad, located within the 92008 zip code. To begin with, is it Olde or Old Carlsbad, CA? It’s probably
by Roberta Murphy La Costa Chateaus: It was a developers uh-oh that should have never happened. Sometime around 1970, the developers of the original La Costa Resort and Spa allowed for the construction and sale of two 48 unit condominium buildings inside what would eventually come to be known as the gates of La Costa.