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As you search Vista homes, you might be wondering what life would be like if you lived in Vista. Located in northwestern San Diego County, Vista is a beautiful place. It’s only seven miles away from the Pacific Ocean. Picture yourself swimming and sunning on the beach with your family almost anytime you want. The sea breeze also wafts over to Vista, giving the city a mild Mediterranean climate.
Growing families will find themselves right at home in Vista. According to a 2008 review, Vista is the seventh best place to raise a family. This is based on job and business prospects, quality of education, climate, and cost of living. There are many top performing public, charter, and magnet schools, including Joli Ann Leichtag Elementary School and Vista Magnet Middle School of Technology, Science, and Math. When you search Vista homes, keep in mind that there are also many well-rated private and parochial schools. Both Biola University and Kaplan College have branch campuses in Vista.
Whether you have a family or are happily child-free, owning Vista real estate is great if you love the outdoors. Be sure to check out the fun things to do in the city while you search Vista homes. Not only is the beach very close, there are also some great city parks. Brengle Terrace Park has something for every interest. It is home to the Moonlight Amphitheatre. The open-air theater puts on excellent musicals during the summer. The Alta Vista Botanical Gardens are also inside the park. The Gardens showcase beautiful outdoor art by area artists. There is a great trail system for walks among the plants. The Gardens also host events, such as art shows, food and wine tastings, and yoga classes. It’s also a certified Butterfly Habitat!
More outdoor adventures can be had at Guajome Regional Park. It’s shared by Oceanside and Vista. There are two ponds which attract migrating birds. There’s also great fishing there. Plan a hike with friends through the 4.5 miles of trails in the park. Camping is also available for those who prefer a weekend of roughing it.Read More ▾
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