According to a recent study on the global prime property market, ‘Trophy’ has become the new buzzword in Luxury Real Estate. More than ever before, properties were both sold and listed for sale at $100 million or higher 2014. With the tech industry consistently growing as well, the list of number of billionaires keeps expanding.
The 80-acre course, Farms Golf Course in Rancho Santa Fe, just got a colorful makeover. Well, their sprinklers did at least. On Thursday April 30, they put purple markers on nearly every valve throughout the course. The markers on the valves indicate recycled water. Troy Mullane, the course director of maintenance, helped oversee the …
The property is large at over 2 ½ acres offering privacy BUT the maintenance is minimal because only about ¾’s of an acre is actually landscaped and the rest is just natural vegetation. The location is as convenient as any property (two minutes to Interstate 5) in southern California but the rural setting provides a peaceful and tranquil environment. At about 6,000 square feet the home has ample space for a large family and the entire guest bedroom wing and guest house can be separated when not in use saving considerably on utilities.
The goal of the Rancho Santa Fe Women’s Fund is to inspire more women to get involved with philanthropy. The Fund now has 120 members, and has grown substantially since 2004, when its 53 charter members granted $100,000 to four organizations. Last year, the foundation awarded six grants to charities and programs that work …
If there’re two things the Rancho Santa Fe community’s proud history is full of, it’s luxury real estate and exquisitely decorated homes. As is to be expected, this is the perfect recipe for creating one thing: antiques. Recently, Rancho Santa Fe’s very own Connie and Bill McNally announced the opening of a new venture: McNally’s Rancho Santa Fe (RSF) Estate Auctions. With June 21st-22nd set as the date for the first auction, the McNallys are eager to get started with this blooming enterprise. Though it is new ground, the couple will not be entirely in uncharted territory as they are both known internationally as experienced luxury estate and Antique dealers.
It’s not often the words “Photo Exhibit” and “Inspirational Women” are used together in the same sentence, but thanks to a local exhibition, they might just become a little more common. “Notes to Our Sons and Daughters: My Sister’s Voice” is the second photo exhibit in the “Notes to Our Sons and Daughters” series. Directed by director Alexis Dixon, it will be on display June 6th at the Broadway Pier in San Diego and feature Rancho Santa Fe Philanthropist, Ruth Westreich, among others.
The Rancho Santa Fe community is famous for its luxury real estate and historic mansions. Arguably some of the most famous real estate in the community, the historic Row Houses are living legends among the public. But unless you’ve got a good sized bank account, or a friend who lives in the community, the average person would regularly have no hopes of getting an inside look at these famous sites. That is, until this July. Continuing their yearly tradition of touring exceptional homes in the community, the Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society will be hosting their 2014 Home Tour this July 12th.
Animal lovers and party-goers are invited to take a journey to Wonderland at the Helen Woodward Animal Center 26th Annual Spring Fling Gala, presented by EDCO. The Mad Hatter Fling Committee host an unforgettable black-tie event “Down the Rabbit Hole.” This year, the Center’s largest fundraiser will commence on Saturday, June 7, from 5:30 p.m. to midnight at Fairbanks Village Plaza in Rancho Santa Fe. KUSI’s Dave Scott and Jack FM’s Shelly Dunn will emcee the event together.
His original attempt to sell the 3 bedroom, 6-bath Luxury California Home in 2009 was unsuccessful, probably due to the home’s personal décor including crushed velvet, and monogramed throw pillows. But the newly remodeled house features neutral colors, and modern lines that appeal to a much wider market.