San Marcos

About San Marcos

Known as the "Valley of Discovery", San Marcos lies in the beautiful foothills of northern San Diego County. A progressive community of nearly 90,000 residents, they enjoy a wonderful quality of life. Amenities like miles of multi-use trails in the local hills, to unique dining and shopping opportunities in its retail centers, all contribute to its unique and enjoyable lifestyle. A thriving multidisciplinary equestrian community exists in the Twin Oaks Valley. Many opportunities for boarding, training, trail riding, showing, and a variety of horse activities keep this community busy. Carol Shuttleworth founded The Twin Oaks Valley Equestrian Association which strives to give the equestrian community a voice in protecting its interests throughout the region. Just 35 miles north of downtown San Diego and a scant six miles inland from

Known as the "Valley of Discovery", San Marcos lies in the beautiful foothills of northern San Diego County. A progressive community of nearly 90,000 residents, they enjoy a wonderful quality of life. Amenities like miles of multi-use trails in the local hills, to unique dining and shopping opportunities in its retail centers, all contribute to its unique and enjoyable lifestyle.

A thriving multidisciplinary equestrian community exists in the Twin Oaks Valley. Many opportunities for boarding, training, trail riding, showing, and a variety of horse activities keep this community busy. Carol Shuttleworth founded The Twin Oaks Valley Equestrian Association which strives to give the equestrian community a voice in protecting its interests throughout the region.

Just 35 miles north of downtown San Diego and a scant six miles inland from the majestic shores of the beautiful Pacific Ocean, the city enjoys a temperate climate while year ‘round recreational opportunities abound. A dedication to parks and community services has yielded some real treasures. In addition to its rich recreational and cultural programs for children, teens, adults and seniors, the city has constructed 63 miles of multi-use trails, 35 new parks, and 11 recreation centers over the past 25 years.

In spite of rapid growth over the last decade, San Marcos continues to maintain a small town feel and values which continue to attract new residents. Among the safest cities in San Diego County, it works diligently to sustain its low crime rate. Additionally, fire protection and emergency services remain high priorities with rapid response times. Quality community development like the Creekside Marketplace, Nordahl Center, and Grand Plaza have all become popular shopping and dining destinations, and plans for thoughtful future developments like the San Marcos Downtown Creek District, Palomar Station, and University Village will quickly put San Marcos on the map as a regional shopping, dining and entertainment destination.

Carol Shuttleworth Serving Equestrian Real Estate Needs

Your Equestrian Team

source: wikipedia.org


Read More ▾
View Properties
Avg Work Commute
0 mins
Median Age
0
Median Area Income
$0
Median Sale Price
$0

The Commute

Travel Methods

To City Center

San Marcos Sales Data

Residential Sales
0 +0%

Percentage change from latest quarter vs same time period previous year

Median Sale Price
$0 +0%

Data compiled using 2nd quarter 2019 data vs. same period from 2018

Median Sales Price

Q2 2019
MEDIAN SALES PRICE
$585.0k
+ 0%
From Q1 2019
Arrow
$577.5k
0
$562.0k
0
$592.5k
0

Demographics

Population by Age Level. Median Age 35.39. Households: 31,030.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $67,514)

Population by Education Level

Fair Market Rents

San Marcos Schools & Education

Public & Private Institutions Of Learning

Education in the United States is provided by public, private and home schools. State governments set overall educational standards, often mandate standardized tests for K–12 public school systems and supervise, usually through a board of regents, state colleges, and universities. Discover the K12-powered public or private school that is best suited for your child's needs in the area.

Avg School Rating
3.5/5
Publically Funded
21
Catholic / Religious
1
Private / Charter
5

San Marcos News

5 Tips for Selling an Equestrian Property during the Pandemic

5 Tips for Selling an Equestrian Property during the Pandemic

California Equestrian Properties While the coronavirus has changed so much about our daily lives, one thing hasn’t changed – people are still buying and selling equestrian properties In fact,… Read more ⇢
Real Estate Terminology: Closing Costs; Fourth in a Series

Real Estate Terminology: Closing Costs; Fourth in a Series

Closing costs include all of the fees and costs associated with completing the sale or purchase of a home using a mortgage, that are in addition to the… Read more ⇢
Real Estate Terminology: Appraisal vs. Assessment vs. Market Value; Second in a Series

Real Estate Terminology: Appraisal vs. Assessment vs. Market Value; Second in a Series

In the vocabulary of real estate, there are three terms that indicate a properties valuation: the Appraised Value, the Assessed Value and the Market Value. Rarely are these three… Read more ⇢

Where To Drink, Dine, Shop, Relax & Recline

Get your Instant Home Value…