Updated every 5 minutes with the latest real estate for sale in Palomar Mountain San Diego CA - including MLS listings, homes, condos, and townhomes - as posted by Palomar Mountain real estate agents and brokers - over 30% more listings than Zillow, Realtor, Trulia, and Redfin.
Get Signed Up Now to receive new listings, price changes, and recent sales prices - with the ability to get daily, weekly, bi weekly, or monthly email updates.
By creating your FREE account you can:
Get Signed Up Now and get the latest Palomar Mountain tax and HUD foreclosures, REO properties, bank owned homes, and short sales being offered at HUGE price reductions and significantly lower than retail value.
The region known as Palomar Mountain is part of the Peninsular Ranges just a bit north from San Diego. This daunting group of chained peaks and mountains, that run and stretch from Southern California all the way to Mexico’s Baja area, are an offspring of an even greater conglomerate of summits that start off in Alaska. They are internationally recognized and hailed for their exquisite beauty and natural splendor.
Palomar Mountain, on one of the ridges of this system, has the added distinction, aside from being snuggled in a wonderful landscape of oaks, pines and creeks, of being the location of three of San Diego’s most honored landmarks: The Palomar Observatory, The Hale Telescope and the Palomar Mountain State Park.
The area, before the invasive Spaniards dared to waltz into its borders, was inhabited by the Native American tribe, Luiseno. Their sobriquet for the mountainous spot was “Paauw”, the high point, the very summit, was given an extra nickname: “Wikyo.”
Once the crown and its Conquistadores decided to get in on the action of this wonderful landscape, the place was instantly named “pigeon roost”, or “Palomar.” During the Spanish Colonial period the area was recognized for being the home of the band-tailed pigeon.
Finally, due to its attractive quality as a popular retreat during the late 19th century, the Palomar Mountain area has acquired enough fame and economical aid, to support a series of resorts, public schools and a dwindling permanent population.
The annual precipitation of Palomar mountain is a mere 30 inches. It has a warm-summer Mediterranean climate system. The perfect environment to maintain its abundant forest and its large swath of cedars, oak, pine and fir trees. During winter it is assailed by cold winter storms that usually blanket the area in snow.
Palomar Mountain’s main source of recreation for its residents and tourist is its natural bounties and humungous stretches of forested areas and thriving ecosystem. It is one of San Diego’s premier location for unwinding and cooling off after an exhaustive week at the office. Aside from its numerous routes, paths, and trails, Palomar Mountain also has one of the nation’s most important Observatory.
Meanwhile, Palomar Mountain’s State Park invites over 70 thousand visitors annually. The area, with its many campgrounds, magical vistas and shady forests, not to mention its numerous peaks, has become a favorite fresh air artery for the people of Southern California.
Palomar Mountain’s shopping very rural and quaint. It is the sort of town that shies away from the topsy turvy ways of chain stores and big shopping pavilions. In it you’ll find only two stores; a general haberdashery, stocked with shelves brimming with the bare necessities and the obligatory gift shop with handcrafted whatnots paying tribute to the hamlet.
Palomar Mountain General Store - 33120 Canfield Rd - (760) 742-3496
Palomar Mountain has one cafe/restaurant that serves as the spot’s go-to place for some decent grub and swill. It homemade fare and stock, made with fresh produces, excellent spices and above all heart and soul.
Mother's Kitchen - 33120 Canfield Rd - (760) 742-4233
Palomar Mountain’s demographic data is that of a sleepy mountainous town, with a transient community. Most of the area’s residence are passerby's that serve the Resorts or the local lodges and cabins. Between the age bracket of 18-44, white caucasian with the odd hispanic.
Palomar Mountain has a series of iconic spots and landmarks that single it out as the top place for all nature lovers to retreat to, come the weekend. It is equipped for the primary purpose of giving its tourists and visitors a one of a kind experience observing the many wonders of the planet’s indigenous and often times virgin terrain.
Palomar Observatory - 35899 Canfield Rd- 760-742-2119.
Palomar Observatory Campground – Canfield Rd - 760-788-0250.
Palomar Mountain State Park - 19952 State Park Rd - 760-742-3462.
Bailey's Palomar Resort - 33650 Bailey Meadow Rd - 760-742-185
Laguna Mountain is folksy, easy going and laid back place to observe and be one with its rustic environments. The sort of place whose unpretentious attitude and raw organic charm instantly beguiles and traps the jaded city boy or girl. An enticing snare, every blue-collar or white-collar citizen, after a week of toiling in the mines, longs for.
Did you know that if you make less than $117,600 per year you qualify to get up to $32,180 in completely free grant money to use towards your down payment and closing costs - regardless if you're a first time buyer or currently own?
Be the first to know when new Palomar Mountain short sales, foreclosures, deeply discounted homes, and brand new hot properties come onto the market before anyone else - over 30% more listings than Trulia, Zillow and Realtor.
Do you own a home in Palomar Mountain and want to find out instantly and completely free what it is worth in today's market - with absolutely no cost or obligation?
Stay up to date with all active, pending, and sold within the last 6 months in Palomar and know the actual sales price versus list price, cost per square feet, days on market, and more!
This information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. You should rely on this information only to decide whether or not to further investigate a particular property. BEFORE MAKING ANY OTHER DECISION, YOU SHOULD PERSONALLY INVESTIGATE THE FACTS (e.g. square footage and lot size) with the assistance of an appropriate professional. You may use this information only to identify properties you may be interested in investigating further. All uses except for personal, non-commercial use in accordance with the foregoing purpose are prohibited. Redistribution or copying of this information, any photographs or video tours is strictly prohibited. This information is derived from the Internet Data Exchange (IDX) service provided by Sandicor®. Displayed property listings may be held by a brokerage firm other than the broker and/or agent responsible for this display. The information and any photographs and video tours and the compilation from which they are derived is protected by copyright. Compilation © 2018 Sandicor®, Inc.