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Great surfing. Panoramic ocean views. Quaint shops within strolling distance. Residents love all this – and more, in beautiful Leucadia, California.

A suburb of San Diego, Leucadia is nestled in between Carlsbad and Encinitas along historic Highway 101. Residents here feel as if they own a piece of Southern California history, because downtown has retained the look and feel of uncrowded beach towns prior to World War II.

It's a place where you can enjoy an early morning surf, walk to Panniken's in the old train depot for a steaming coffee, then stroll down to Caldwell's Antiques, a unique family-owned business with strange hours and even stranger merchandise. Enjoy a lunchtime surf lesson at various surf schools, or chow down at the 101 Café; then head over to Cal Pacific Orchard Farm, with 36,000 square feet of greenhouse space dedicated to specialty orchids. Finish your afternoon with a hike through Batiquitos Lagoon, where you can view endangered birds or just enjoy the quiet.

Real estate choices in Leucadia are varied, ranging from bluffside condos with panoramic ocean views, to wonderfully quaint neighborhoods of restored cottages and spectacular estates, many with Pacific-blue views. East of 101 are more charming neighborhoods, with modern custom homes juxtaposed with 100-year old homes.

Beaches are within walking distance. World class golf courses, the famous Poinsettia flower fields, Legoland, and Quail Botanical Gardens are located within five miles. Surfshops stand side-by-side with antique dealers, flower stands and boutiques, lining Coast Highway 101 in both directions. Coffee houses and a range of superb dining spots are easily reached on foot. It's a great place to own a piece of California history – in the quaint beach town of Leucadia.