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The population of Rancho Santa Fe is approximately 4,000 (1990).
The approximate number of families is 1,500 (1990).

Rancho Santa Fe is positioned 32.99 degrees north of the equator and 117.21 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Rancho Santa Fe elevation is 245 feet above sea level.
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Location

Rancho Santa Fe location: four miles in from the Pacific Coast north of San Diego.

Communities within Rancho Santa Fe: Rancho Santa Fe Covenant, Rancho Del Lago, Fairbanks Ranch, Rancho LaCima, Del Rayo Estates, Rancho Santa Fe Groves, Del Rayo Downs, South Point Farms, Hacienda Santa Fe, Santa Fe Valley, Fairbanks Polo Club, Morgan Run, Rancho Santa Fe Farms, Rancho Del Rio, San Diegueno Hills, Santa Fe Vista, Spyglass Hill, Santa Fe Sur, Rancho Valencia, The Summit, Del Mar Country Club.

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Climate & Weather

Rancho Santa Fe average temperature is 72 degrees F.
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History & History Related Items

Rancho Santa Fe history:

The area which is Rancho Santa Fe now was once developed to grow eucalyptus trees for railroad ties. This was around 1906. Later, the wood was found to be unsuitable for the railroad ties and the project was stopped. The trees continued to grow and flourish. Many of the trees are still standing today amongst citrus groves and hills.

Residents of this area often refer to their community as "The Ranch." Rancho Santa Fe is a rather exclusive area. It is one of the ten wealthiest communities in the entire USA. Despite this wealth, the area has a low profile and privacy is a prized feature. The main street is Paseo Delicias. Here there are restaurants and small shops. The center of attraction for the village is architect Lillian Rice's creation the "Inn at Rancho Santa Fe." Horse trails abound in the hilly areas. Maintaining the low-key atmosphere here is helped by no sidewlaks, street lights or street addresses throughout Rancho Santa Fe.

In 1989, Rancho Santa Fe was designated as a State Historical Landmark by the state government. The Rancho Santa Fe Covenant was one of the first planned communities in the state of California. Large homesites are the norm in Rancho Santa Fe with most ranging from two to four acres each. Home prices range from $600,000 to $10 million.
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Attractions

Rancho Santa Fe attractions:

Rancho Santa Fe is a close-knit, family-oriented community with much to do. The Garden Club is active with flower shows throughout the year. The Rancho Santa Fe Golf and Tennis Club is only open to covenant residents. The Schools here are considered to be very highly rated. Shopping abounds both in Rancho Santa Fe and in surrounding areas. Within 30 minutes, you can reach most attractions, such as Downtown San Diego with Symphony Hall, Convention Center and Horton Plaza. Local shops may be found in Rancho Santa Fe Village, Fairbanks Plaze, Del Rayo Plaza, Del Mar and La Jolla. Activities available in the area include golf, tennis, horseback riding, sailing, entertaining or just lolling in the wonderful California sunshine.

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