Why you'd want to live in Rancho Santa Fe
Rancho Santa Fe in San Diego's North County, is a bucolic and affluent residential community on rolling hills covered with Eucalyptus trees and acres of orchards. The Eucalyptus trees were planted many years ago to be used for the railroad, but the wood turned out to not be appropriate. Rancho Santa Fe is a suburb of San Diego, located in San Diego's North County. It's a unique inland community that is mostly residential with around 5,000 residents currently. Upon first glance, Rancho Santa Fe may seem like any other ranch community, but that couldn't be farther from the truth. Yes, you'll see lots of perfectly manicured horses and stables. Trees and orchards are found throughout the area. But that's just the beginning. At just seven miles from the Pacific Ocean, Rancho Santa Fe is a quaint village close to the water but still tucked away. And it's a perfect place to live the lifestyle of the rich and famous.