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Poway Real Estate
calls itself "The City in the Country," and it has retained much of its rustic
charm through its transformation into a thriving bedroom community close to the
City of San Diego and other areas of the county.
Incorporated in 1980, Poway is known for its excellent schools and its many
recreational opportunities. The area still has many areas zoned for horses and
homes are often on large lots giving the area a rustic feel.
home prices ranging from some of the lowest in the county to estates fetching
over $5 million, Poway offers a wide variety of residences for every budget.
Poway has fewer apartments and condominiums than many other parts of the county,
instead boasting a large percentage of single-family homes. Some of the more
affordable homes are located along Pomerado Road and in the Old Poway area.
Green Valley offers older custom homes built around a series of horse trails.
Stoneridge, built around the popular Stoneridge Country Club, offers mid-priced
homes and is popular with families. Some of the newer communities include
Green Valley Estates and Bridlewood Estates, both offering large luxury ranch
and spanish style homes on generous lots.
Springs, one of Poway’s newest areas, is an active family community nestled into
the hills along Interstate 15 and Poway Road. Quietly tucked between Carmel
Mountain Ranch to the North, Scripps Miramar Ranch to the South, Poway to the
East and Rancho Peñasquitos to the West. The community was designed and built
by Pardee Homes as a master-planned community and offers apartments, town homes,
and single-family residences.
Poway Park is the center of the community hosting a number of events each year
including craft shows, farmer's markets and blacksmith demonstrations. The park
is home to a vintage train that offers rides to visitors each weekend. Lake
Poway, formed when the Poway dam was built, offers fishing, picnic areas and