Fallbrook, CA – Rural Homes For Sale in San Diego County

Fallbrook, CA is located 18 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean in northern San Diego County. The weather here really is the "Endless Summer" most people move to Southern California to find. Fallbrook has a home town appeal and it's a great place to live for a good old-fashioned country lifestyle. The climate and well-drained topsoil are ideal for growing a variety of citrus fruits, avocados and all kinds of vegetables. Below is our Fallbrook real estate guide designed to help you choose the right area to buy a new home here. Whether you are looking for homes for sale or just want more information about our community you've come to the right spot!

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Winterwarm Fallbrook

Winterwarm

Winterwarm is in south central Fallbrook and is noted for its rolling terrain with excellent breezes. The climate is warm and dry and everything grows here. In fact, the Fallbrook Winery is located in this part of town and vineyards are a common sight. Winterwarm is an area where you can find homes on 1+ [...]

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Bonsall

Bonsall CA is the area just south of Fallbrook and northeast of Vista. The area includes the San Luis Rey Downs Country Club and equestrian center along the San Luis Rey River. Bonsall homes have a wide diversity ranging from townhomes to fabulous estates and the area has its own zip code 92003. The river valley [...]

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Sycamore Ranch

If you like it manicured, then consider Sycamore Ranch, Brook Hills or San Luis Rey Heights! These areas of town have more estate homes with gorgeous landscaping than any other in Fallbrook. If you want a very gentlemanly country home, then these are great areas to look in. Other parts of Fallbrook are more “mixed”, meaning [...]

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Olive Hill

Olive Hill is on the west side of Fallbrook and features many upscale horse properties and impressive gated communities. The names of the communities give you a good flavor for the area – here you’ll find Stallion Hills, Lake Ridge Estates, White Horse Ranch and Rolling Hills Estates. Some real estate agents make a big [...]

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Morro Hills

Morro Hills is the westernmost area of Fallbrook that borders Camp Pendleton. This is the coolest area of town with westerly views over the city of Oceanside straight to the ocean. This makes for great sunset views and nice breezes. And if you’re looking for an “away from it all” feeling, you’ll find the properties that [...]

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Fallbrook village

Fallbrook Village

Locals call the downtown area in Fallbrook “the village”. The historic part of the village is home to many “mom and pop” local stores and many art galleries. Fallbrook village also has 2 major shopping centers filled with familiar chain stores. Big box stores like Costco or Home Depot are found about 20 minutes away [...]

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Pala Mesa

Pala Mesa is on the eastern edge of Fallbrook, next to Interstate 15, or “the 15″ as we call it. This area is home to the Pala Mesa resort, a full-service getaway destination with an 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course rated Four Star by Golf Digest. Homes in all price ranges are built around the resort, from small [...]

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Live Oak Park

Native Live Oak trees abound in this central area of Fallbrook. Several creeks run through this neighborhood creating a greener feeling than some other areas of town. Homes in Fallbrook located in this area range from median priced to upper end overlooking the forested canyons.  Live Oak County Park is a 26 acre oak grove that’s [...]

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De Luz

De Luz is the place if you like wide open spaces! Here’s where you’ll find 5-10 acre parcels typically, and many of the homes are on the top of their own hill. Talk about no neighbors nearby! Have an avocado ranch, raise horses, or do whatever you envision in your country dream. The Santa Margarita [...]

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Fallbrook Farmers Market

Fallbrook Sunday Market

  The Fallbrook market is now open Sundays at the Valley Fort on S. Mission Ave. Hours are from 10 am to 3 pm. There’s mostly craft booths and still very few fruits or vegetables to be had. The word I get from the organizers is that there are not enough sales to justify being [...]

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Looking down on the marine layer

Higher up and further in

May and June often bring to San Diego a thick marine layer which lingers all day. We call this overcast condition “May Grey” or “June Gloom”. But by heading inland away from the coast or higher up into the mountains you can escape the depressing weather and enjoy some of our gorgeous back country spots. [...]

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An hour from Fallbrook

A Thin Sliver of Mountains

When you fly over Southern California it’s striking how much of the state is deserts or cities and how little is mountains. On a recent hike to Hot Springs Mountain, the highest peak in San Diego County, we saw this very plainly. The ridge we were hiking on was covered with pines and cedars, and [...]

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