Torrey Highlands

To Downtown San Diego: 28 minutes

ZIP CODE 92129

Buy $4.98K - $3.65M
Rent $795 - $10K

Local information

School

1 Elementary School
1 Middle School
1 High School

Crime

Lowest crime relative to the rest of San Diego county.

Commute

98% of residents commute by car.

Shop & Eat

10 Restaurants
1 Groceries
1 Nightlife

General Description

Torrey Highlands has it all

Torrey Highlands is a residential community in northern San Diego, California. This vibrant town is bordered to the south by Del Mar Mesa, to the north by Black Mountain Ranch, to the west by the Pacific Highlands Ranch, to the east by Rancho Penasquitos, and to the northwest by Fairbanks Ranch.

In 1996, the community approved the Torrey Highlands Subarea Plan, which restricted the housing units from exceeding 2,600 in the city and will keep the population close-knit, residentially-focused and relatively small. The plan officially claimed 50 percent of the area for residential development and 30 percent for open spaces and parks. Education institutions were allocated 12 percent, commercial developments 5 percent, while three percent was approved for employment centers. According to the 2006 estimates made by the San Diego Association of Governments, about 2,401 people were living in Torrey Highlands, and over 30 percent of residents of Torrey Highlands were people of Asian and Pacific Islander descent.

Torrey Highlands is connected to nearby areas by State Route 56. This gives residents year-round access to local attractions, including the Canyonside Community Park and the Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve. Other nearby destinations are the Black Mountain Open Space Preserve, Lake Miramar in Scripps Ranch, and an array of shopping centers located in Carmel Mountain. Healthcare service is provided by nearby hospitals, which include Pomerado Hospital in Rancho Bernardo and Aurora Hospital San Diego in Carmel Mountain.

Education in Torrey Highlands is handled by San Diego’s public education system. There are several schools within the neighborhood, including the renowned Westview High School which is also part of the sought-after Poway Unified School District.

More Features

Nature enthusiasts have so much to enjoy by visiting Torrey Highlands. Nearby preserves such as the McGonigle Canyon and Penasquitos preserves offer residents and visitors many opportunities for biking, hiking and horse riding. In addition, San Diego’s gorgeous beaches are not far from the community.

Torrey Highlands is located in a picturesque location and offers beautiful homes with modern facilities—all surrounded by stunning canyon views of southern California. Whether you are searching for a place to live or to visit, Torrey Highlands is undoubtedly one of the best San Diego communities to consider.

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