Open House @ 7628 Top O’ The Morning Way in the Crosby Estates of Rancho Santa Fe, Sunday 1-4p
The owners have moved into their new home and are ready to sell this one! Can you say, MOTIVATED?!?
Single level, Hampel built home w/ theater. Fabulous layout. This home has all the bells and whistles, built in 2007, the top of the line finishes will impress. With 2 bedroom suites off the master bedroom and one grand guest suite on the opposite side of the home. 4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths, plus wood paneled study/office and state of the art home theater. Lovely private rear yard has a generous covered loggia as well as full outdoor kitchen and Grill.
The beautiful furnishings are also negotiable with the home purchase!
Come on by! If this isn’t the house for you, we have others!
Don’t think you can afford a home in San Diego County’s Rancho Santa Fe region? Think again. The real estate slowdown, along with a sluggish local and national economy, have combined to lower prices in this desirable market.
And this means that you might be able to find your dream home in Rancho Santa Fe at a price that you can afford.
Rancho Santa Fe remains a highly desirable community. The natural beauty, eclectic mix of restaurants and shops, plentiful green spaces and, of course, the amazing weather make this a place that people want to call home. Because of the demand, homes for sale in Rancho Santa Fe have traditionally fetched high price tags. It’s still not unusual, even with the changing local real estate market, to see homes with asking prices of $12 million or more in this coveted swath of San Diego County.
San Diego Showings reflect in Sales
San Diego home showings have been on the rise since December, and the Sales have caught up! Overall inventory is down in most areas of San Diego. We are seeing increased demand from buyers due to extremely attractive interest rates. Showing Suite data shows the impact the increased interest translated to increased showing activity which lead to sales. Sellers have sat on the sidelines unless forced to sell under sometimes distressed situations. While prices are slow to catch up to the year over year value decreases, time on market is also decreasing. This is positive for sellers no matter what your circumstances.