California loves to celebrate, but where do all of the turkeys for Thanksgiving actually come from? More than likely the “Turkey Capital of the World!” However, you might know it better as Ramona, California! Since the development of new businesses and farming, Ramona has now become a central location for many different industries. Shopping homes for sale in Ramona can be a gobble of a good time.
One of the rapidly growing industries is the wine grape production. Vineyards and wineries are spread throughout the area, adding a rich flavor of high class to Ramona valley.
Horse breeding is also one of the more exciting areas of growth. Thoroughbreds require strict environments that have pristine climates and stability. Due to the lush landscapes and the spacious grounds to roam free, the thoroughbred industry has recently boomed. The Golden Eagle Farm, specifically, was the home of the second-place finisher in the 1991 Kentucky Derby. He was one of the most successful horses to ever race.
The widespread community has been very inviting to outside residents coming to call Ramona their home, whether they are for starting a new life and family, or for a new investment opportunity. The region has become so prosperous that investors from all over the country (and beyond) are turning a magnifying glass onto the town, taking advantage of the low costs with high returns.
- $449,000 : 849 Etcheverry St, Ramona3 beds, 2 baths
- $649,000 : 1928 Walnut St, Ramona4 beds, 2 baths
- $719,000 : 1306 Ramona St, Ramona4 beds, 3 baths
- $678,000 : 16899 Whispering Oaks Ln, Ramona3 beds, 2 baths
- $824,000 : 25323 Rancho Barona Rd, Ramona3 beds, 3 baths
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(all data current as of 9/25/2017)
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Come enjoy the rich outdoor environment, the growing industries and job markets, the luscious and spacious housing, and the affordability that you won’t find anywhere else in San Diego.
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