Fairbanks Ranch Homes for Sale
Fairbanks Ranch lies just a little east of sister neighborhood, Fairbanks Ranch Country Club and the Del Mar Country Club. It also appears quite near the community of Rancho Santa Fe to the north and Del Mar to the west, on the Pacific Ocean.
Fairbanks Ranch real estate, in the form of luxury estates dots the semi-rural setting of this desirable San Diego North County location. Equestrian trails meander through and not surprisingly, elegant estate homes here often include equestrian facilities. In fact, equestrian culture abounds in an area not far from the Del Mar race track, with its several surrounding horse centers and farms.
Fairbanks Ranch homes for sale emerge as custom properties individually developed for lot owners in the neighborhood. Graceful, open landscape lends further elegance to the prestigious nature of these estate homes. Whether custom homes with a focus on the equestrian lifestyle or other desirable focus, spacious and tasteful elegance seems to define Fairbanks Ranch real estate.
History of Fairbanks Ranch Homes for Sale
The community dates back to Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. and his wife Mary Pickford, legendary Hollywood movie stars of the early film making era. The ranch they owned was later purchased and divided up into large parcels for development. Today, Fairbanks Ranch homes for sale reflect the exclusive and opulent character of the original property. They may cost a bit more than surrounding Carmel Valley homes, selling for several million dollars and including expansive, sometimes multi-acre grounds.
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Fairbanks Ranch is also easily accessible from other parts of San Diego. It is located not far from the popular Del Mar attractions like, the beaches, the Thoroughbred Club and the Del Mar Fair. The community is also near the beaches of La Jolla and is just a few minutes away from the University of California, San Diego.