Just north of San Diego is the hidden secret of Escondido. Occupying a shadow valley ringed by rocky hills, this tucked away corner of the County is actually one of the oldest cities in San Diego. Originally a dairy and farming community, Escondido has attracted and developed every facet of industry. Shopping homes for sale in Escondido can put you in the middle of it all.
A rich sense of historical and cultural stability can be traced back to 1888. Ever since its settlement, it hasn’t been able to stop growing, as it brushes up against those rocky hills that encircle it. The town is practically bursting with new industries, residences, and people.
Avocados are the largest crop taken from the Escondido, CA area, among grapes, lemons, and oranges. The farming industry is very prominent in the surrounding area, which shouldn’t be surprising since the land is so beautiful and lush! The comfortable climate that you’ll enjoy the entire year will keep you looking for reasons to be outside!
And you won’t have to look hard to find those reasons! With events like the car shows, festivals, theater, museums, education complexes, and lots of trails for biking and hiking, Escondido is filled with activities for the whole family. Stone Brewery and World Bistro has a wonderful garden that is family friendly, as well as Stone Farms.
Baseball is huge in the local community, as the Escondido National Little League has taken titles home to the cherishment of the residents. A new stadium is also slated to open in April of 2013.
- $370,000 : 1250 E Lincoln Ave, Escondido3 beds, 2 baths
- $650,000 : 2627 Mary Lane Pl, Escondido4 beds, 3 baths
- $469,000 : 1009 Harding St., Escondido4 beds, 2 baths
- $299,000 : 939 Erica, Escondido3 beds, 2 baths
- $420,000 : 1215 E Mission Ave, Escondido3 beds, 1 bath
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