Homes for Sale in Rancho Santa Fe Neighborhoods
About Rancho Santa Fe, CA
The Covenant: More than 1,900 home sites.
Numerous homeowners associations exist within the Rancho Santa Fe 92067 zip code, but the oldest is the Rancho Santa Fe Protective Covenant, governed by the Rancho Santa Fe Association. People who buy homes in the Covenant, which was formed in 1928, agree to comply with the architectural requirements of the Protective Covenant and other governing documents. The Covenant was created, in part, to protect the aesthetics of the community. The RSF Association’s Art Jury enforces these requirements. Covenant homes are located within the Rancho Santa Fe School District.
The Bridges: More than 250 home sites.
This east Rancho Santa Fe residential community features a championship golf course, which holds the annual Battle of the Bridges golf tournament every year. The Bridges features a 35,000-square-foot clubhouse at the center of the community. The majority of the homes in this gated community are located in the Rancho Santa Fe School District, although a few are in the Encinitas Union School District. All homes at The Bridges are located within the San Dieguito Union High School District.
Cielo: More than 520 home sites.
Cielo is a gated residential development located on a high peak in east Rancho Santa Fe. The community sits on 1,740 acres. Some of the homes are located in the Rancho Santa Fe School District; others are in the Escondido School District.
The Crosby: More than 440 home sites.
A gated community, The Crosby features The Crosby National Golf Course. Students in The Crosby attend schools in the Solana Beach School District and the San Dieguito Union High School District.
Hacienda Santa Fe: More than 130 home sites.
Situated on the eastern side of the Covenant, Hacienda is located in the Solana Beach School District and San Dieguito Union High School District.
Fairbanks Ranch: More than 600 home sites.
Fairbanks Ranch, located in Rancho Santa Fe just south of the San Dieguito River Valley, is a gated community with more than 75 acres of park-like properties and amenities, including a lake with a clubhouse on its shore, a 9-hole putting green, five tennis courts, and a park. The area was named after initial developer and landowner Douglas Fairbanks, an early film star. Fairbanks Ranch is located in the Solana Beach School District and San Dieguito Union High School District.
Del Mar Country Club: More than 100 home sites.
Del Mar Country Club is a gated community in the southwest area of Rancho Santa Fe. The community features a 50,000-square-foot clubhouse and an 18-hole Joseph Lee golf course, a junior Olympic-size swimming pool, and six tennis courts. The Del Mar Country Club is located in the Solana Beach School District and San Dieguito Union High School District.
Whispering Palms: About 210 homes and 344 condos.
Whispering Palms is located in the western part of Rancho Santa Fe, a few miles east of the I-5 freeway. The community is built around the private Morgan Run Resort and Club, which offers tennis, golf and restaurant amenities. Whispering Palms is located in the Solana Beach School District and San Dieguito Union High School District.
Rancho Pacifica: More than 140 home sites.
Located in the southwest Rancho Santa Fe area, Rancho Pacifica is a gated community. Almost half of its 400 acres have been dedicated to open space. Rancho Pacifica is located near the Fairbanks Ranch Country Club, Del Mar Polo fields, the Pacific Ocean and Rancho Santa Fe and Carmel Valley. Rancho Pacifica is located in the Solana Beach School District and San Dieguito Union High School District.
Numerous other homeowners associations/communities:
A number of other, smaller Covenant and non-Covenant homeowners associations/communities exist in the Rancho Santa Fe area, including: Las Villas, Rancho Del Lago, Rancho Del Rio, Rancho La Cima, South Pointe Farms, Stonebridge, Summit, Del Rayo Downs, Del Rayo Estates, Montecito, Rancho Diegueno, Rancho Farms Estates, Rancho Santa Fe Farms, Rancho Santa Fe Lakes, Rancho Santa Fe Meadows and Rancho Valencia.