Escondido San Diego CA Real Estate & Homes For Sale

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Escondido Community Amenities 

Escondido's community is characterized by its warm and welcoming vibe. Residents take pride in their city and actively participate in various community events and gatherings. The city hosts numerous festivals and cultural celebrations throughout the year, showcasing the diverse traditions, music, and cuisine of different cultures represented in the area. From the annual Grape Day Festival, celebrating the city's agricultural roots, to the lively Dia de los Muertos celebrations, there are events for everyone to enjoy and embrace the local culture.

The city's commitment to the arts is also evident in its vibrant arts scene. The California Center for the Arts, Escondido serves as a cultural hub, hosting performances, art exhibits, and educational programs. The center brings together artists from various disciplines and provides a platform for creativity and artistic expression.

Escondido Local Highlights 

  • San Diego Zoo Safari Park: One of the region's most popular attractions, this expansive wildlife preserve offers visitors a chance to see and learn about animals from around the world in spacious, naturalistic habitats.
  • California Center for the Arts: A cultural gem, the center hosts a plethora of events, from concerts and theater productions to art exhibitions and educational programs.
  • Historic Downtown Escondido: A bustling area filled with restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, and periodic special events and street fairs.
  • Daley Ranch: A large conservation area offering miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails amidst diverse ecological habitats.
  • Stone Brewing Co.: One of the largest craft breweries in the United States, Stone Brewing calls Escondido home, offering tours and a world-class bistro.
  • Escondido Farmers Market: A weekly gathering that showcases local produce, artisan foods, and handcrafted goods.
  • Lake Dixon and Lake Wohlford: Popular spots for fishing, picnicking, and outdoor relaxation.
  • Grape Day Park: Not just a local recreational spot, this park also contains the Escondido History Center, preserving and showcasing the city's rich heritage.
  • Escondido World Marketplace: A reflection of the city's cultural diversity, this marketplace is a hub for shopping and experiencing global cuisines.
  • Nearby Wineries: Escondido is part of the emerging Southern California wine scene, with several vineyards and wineries in and around the city.

Escondido School Information 

In the public school sector, the Escondido Union School District and the Escondido Union High School District serve the majority of students in the area. These districts operate numerous elementary, middle, and high schools that strive to provide quality education and prepare students for future success. Some notable public schools in Escondido include Mission Middle School, Del Dios Academy of Arts and Sciences, and San Pasqual High School. These schools offer a variety of academic and extracurricular programs, promoting a well-rounded education for students.

For families seeking private education, Escondido offers a range of options. Schools such as Calvin Christian School, Escondido Adventist Academy, and St. Mary School provide a strong academic foundation along with a focus on character development and spiritual growth.

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Escondido Real Estate Search 

Escondido is located in North County Inland region of San Diego and has a number of home options for prospective buyers. The primary ZIP codes for Escondido include: 92025, 92026, 92027, and 92029.

This page is updated with Escondido home listings several times per day directly from the San Diego MLS. The property price, number of days on the market, square footage, year built, lot size, and other important listing details like assigned schools and construction type are noted on each listing by the listing agent.

Review the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). Escondido community amenities such as parks and golf courses will be listed alongside other property features such as swimming pools, views, and greenbelt locations.

Escondido Housing Market 

The Escondido housing market, nestled in San Diego County, California, is diverse and dynamic, offering options for various homebuyers. Prices in Escondido span a broad range, from more affordable homes starting in the mid to high $400s, to upscale residences that can exceed a million dollars, particularly in the more exclusive enclaves. The predominant housing type here is single-family homes, though condos and townhouses are also available, especially in the more urban areas of the city.

Escondido presents a balance of both affordable and high-end neighborhoods. Areas like Central Escondido tend to be more affordable, while more upscale neighborhoods like Hidden Meadows or the southern parts near Lake Hodges command higher prices. Popular neighborhoods in Escondido include Old Escondido Historic District, East Valley Parkway, and North Broadway. In terms of proximity, Escondido is neighbored by other attractive suburbs such as San Marcos to the west, Valley Center to the north, and Rancho Bernardo to the south, making it a central hub in the North County region of San Diego. 

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Escondido Real Estate Agents 

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Contact and connect with us today to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Thinking of selling your home in today's Escondido real estate market? Head to our market analysis page to receive a free property value estimate instantly! 

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