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Solana Beach Real Estate, Solana Beach Homes For Sale

Solana BeachSolana Beach is located on the Coast of North San Diego County.  It is bordered on the North by Cardiff and Encinitas, on the East by Rancho Santa Fe and on the South by Del Mar.  Its major access routes are the Interstate 5 and Highway 101 running North/South and Via de la Valle and Lomas Santa Fe Drive running East/ West. It is also served by a train station located near the corner of the 101 and Lomas Santa Fe Drive at 105 N. Cedros Ave which is a stop for Amtrak and San Diego’s commuter train, the Coaster.  Solana Beach has an approximate population of 13,000 people and belongs to the San Dieguito Union High School District.  Schools include San Dieguito High School, Earl Warren Middle School, Skyline Elementary School, and Solana Vista Elementary School.

Solana Beach offers a laid-back beach town lifestyle with many opportunities for recreational and community involvement.  It  houses an abundance of professional offices, restaurants and retail space located primarily in the Cedros Design District, the West side of Pacific Coast Highway, Lomas Santa Fe Plaza, and the Solana Beach Towne Centre.  The South Cedros area of the City has been developed as an upscale design district that attracts many artisans, decorators, and antique dealers and also is home to The Belly-Up Tavern which is one of the most popular small music and entertainment venues in San Diego County. (It was voted San Diego’s Best Live Music Venue by the San Diego Union Tribune, The San Diego Reader and San Diego Magazine. It’s been called one of the coolest music scenes on the west coast by Rolling Stone Magazine.) The City has two community centers, Fletcher Cove and La Colonia.  Program activities include adult education classes and a meeting place for numerous community groups, Concerts at the Cove, Movie Night, etc.  There is a new state-of-the-art library facility at the new joint-use Solana Beach Library. The Boys and Girls Club in Solana Beach recently installed the Pardee Aquatics Center which is the gem of North County aquatics. The Pardee Aquatics Center is home to the Rancho San Dieguito Swim Team, Solana Beach Swim Masters, TriClub San Dieguito and the BGCSDTO Aquatics Program.  East of the Interstate 5, Solana Beach offers a full-service Country Club, the popular Lomas Santa Fe C.C., and a public 18-hole Executive Course.  The San Elijo Lagoon, which defines the border of Solana Beach to the North, is one of San Diego County’s largest coastal wetlands. The lagoon has over 5 miles of hiking trails open to the public.

Neighborhoods in Solana Beach are quite varied. The Southwest quarter of the city’s perimeter is made up primarily of higher-density condominium and townhouse complexes with spectacular views overlooking the Ocean and the Racetrack/Fairgrounds.  The West and Northwest is an eclectic mix of luxurious ocean-view custom homes and charming beach bungalows. East of the 5 freeway are several golf communities. Two sprawling, very low-density condominium projects nestle up to the golf courses. There is a large subdivision to the North, and several expansive areas of large-lot custom home neighborhoods.

 

Solana Beach is located on the Coast of North San Diego County. It is bordered on the North by Cardiff and Encinitas, on the East by Rancho Santa Fe and on the South by Del Mar. Its major access routes are the Interstate 5 and Highway 101 running North/South and Via de la Valle and Lomas Santa Fe Drive running East/ West. It is also served by a train station located near the corner of the 101 and Lomas Santa Fe Drive at 105 N. Cedros Ave which is a stop for Amtrak and San Diego’s commuter train, the Coaster.Solana Beach has an approximate population of 13,000 people and belongs to the San Dieguito Union High School District.Schools include San Dieguito High School, Earl Warren Middle School, Skyline Elementary School, and Solana Vista Elementary School.

Solana Beach offers a laid-back beach town lifestyle with many opportunities for recreational and community involvement. It houses an abundance of professional offices, restaurants and retail space located primarily in the Cedros Design District, the West side of Pacific Coast Highway, Lomas Santa Fe Plaza, and the Solana Beach Towne Centre. The South Cedros area of the City has been developed as an upscale design district that attracts many artisans, decorators, and antique dealers and also is home to The Belly-Up Tavern which is one of the most popular small music and entertainment venues in San Diego County. (It was voted “San Diego’s Best Live Music Venue” by the San Diego Union Tribune, The San Diego Reader and San Diego Magazine. It’s been called “one of the coolest music scenes on the west coast” by Rolling Stone Magazine.) The City has two community centers, Fletcher Cove and La Colonia. Program activities include adult education classes and a meeting place for numerous community groups, Concerts at the Cove, Movie Night, etc. There is a new state-of-the-art library facility at the new joint-use Solana Beach Library. The Boys and Girls Club in Solana Beach recently installed the Pardee Aquatics Center which is the gem of North County aquatics. The Pardee Aquatics Center is home to the Rancho San Dieguito Swim Team, Solana Beach Swim Masters, Tri‐Club San Dieguito and the BGCSDTO Aquatics Program. East of the Interstate 5, Solana Beach offers a full-service Country Club, the popular Lomas Santa Fe C.C., and a public 18-hole Executive Course. The San Elijo Lagoon, which defines the border of Solana Beach to the North, is one of San Diego County’s largest coastal wetlands. The lagoon has over 5 miles of hiking trails open to the public.

Neighborhoods in Solana Beach are quite varied. The Southwest quarter of the city’s perimeter is made up primarily of higher-density condominium and townhouse complexes with spectacular views overlooking the Ocean and the Racetrack/Fairgrounds. The West and Northwest is an eclectic mix of luxurious ocean-view custom homes and charming beach bungalows.East of the 5 freeway are several golf communities. Two sprawling, very low-density condominium projects nestle up to the golf courses. There is a large subdivision to the North, and several expansive areas of large-lot custom home neighborhoods.

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About Shannon

Shannon Biszantz is a San Diego native from elementary school through university

Rancho Santa Fe Elementary School
Torrey Pines High School
University of San Diego

Shannon graduated with a Business Administration Degree from USD and has spoken in the business department and to the Alumni on Small Business Management, Entrepreneurship and Global Manufacturing and its relation to the U.S. Economy.

In the mid 90’s Shannon started a contract manufacturing company in San Diego servicing the Biotech, Medical Device and Defense Industries. After 10 years of being 1 of only 2 women in California to direct and lead a company in this field, Shannon retired from her position of Vice President of Sales and Marketing to start a more enjoyable career in the real estate sector.

“My personal experience in buying and selling real estate has been financially as well as emotionally rewarding. For years I have contemplated a career in real estate where I could enjoy what I do. My extensive real estate knowledge of San Diego has helped me spot solid investment properties in our area and capitalize on those investments. I look forward to sharing that experience and helping others find their dream home.”

Shannon’s philosophy on servicing your real estate needs:

“My goal is to dedicate myself to representing the interests of my clients in all aspects of the buying and selling process.”

“Buying or selling can often be an emotional process. My mission is to make the transition for you as smooth as possible. If you choose me as your realtor, I will be by your side through all the steps of the buying/selling process. As my client, I will be primarily concerned with representing your needs.”

Shannon Biszantz has lived in La Jolla, Del Mar Heights, Olde Del Mar and now presently lives on the golf course at Morgan Run in Rancho Santa Fe.

Shannon Biszantz’ Social Affiliations:

Morgan Run Country Club (Ladies Golf Club Member and Team Golf Member)

Santa Margarita Woman’s Golf League

Aztec Working Dog Club of Ramona

German Shepherd Club of San Diego

USD Alumni

For more information about the “Biszantz Connection” … please visit “Cobra Farms”
For more information on Shannon’s favorite charity … “Tranquility Farm” … where racehorses have a save place to live the rest of their lives!

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