Rancho Santa Fe

 Rancho Santa Fe

The gorgeous community of Rancho Santa Fe is located four miles inland from the Pacific Ocean in Northern San Diego County and twenty miles north of Downtown San Diego.  Rancho Santa Fe continues to be a highly desirous place to live due to the reflective care, caution and regulation with which the development of the community has proceeded. There are winding rural roadways, rolling eucalyptus-covered hills, green pastures and citrus groves. It lies east of the City of Solana Beach, between the San Dieguito River and Escondido Creek.


Rancho Santa Fe (RSF) has its origins as Rancho San Dieguito, a Mexican land grant made during 1836–1845 to Juan María Osuna (the first mayor oralcalde of the San Diego area). In 1906 it was sold to the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, which renamed it after the second transcontinental railroad to reach California.

Rancho Santa Fe gained popularity when Bing Crosby bought the storied Osuna Ranch in 1936. He invited all of his Hollywood cronies down to enjoy the peace and quiet of the country, and play the Rancho Santa Fe golf course. In 1937 he launched the First Bing Crosby Pro Am Tournament. The same year Bing Crosby, movie director for Douglas Fairbanks, Ted Reed, and Pat O'Brien opened the Del Mar Race Track. His "fun golf tournaments", which included Hollywood celebrities matched with owners, jockies, and trainers from the area, drew great crowds to the Ranch. Rancho Santa Fe became a popular destination.


Rancho Santa Fe is not only one of the most beautiful locations to reside in Southern California, but it is also a thriving community. Things to do in Rancho Santa Fe range from golfing at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club, riding horses at the Rancho Riding Club, playing tennis, joining the Garden Club and driving a short distance to the pristine beaches of San Diego.

Choosing the Best Realtor:

If you are looking to buy or sell a home in Rancho Santa Fe, it’s important for you to choose the best Realtor to save you time and money. Realtor Brent Ringoot is a California native who enjoys helping families and individuals make smart decisions when investing in San Diego real estate. For sellers, Brent takes an aggressive marketing approach to get homes sold for top dollar in the shortest amount of time. When working with buyers, his networking savvy and intensive research uncovers great values. Brent is pleasant to work with and demonstrates a sense of mental toughness when negotiating the best price for his clients. He is honest and loyal to his buyers and sellers and has a proven professionalism to get the job done. Because of Brent’s background and extensive knowledge of the San Diego area, he now specializes in helping his clients buy and sell golf and coastal properties.

For more information about buying or selling a home in this community, contact Realtor Brent Ringoot at (858) 243-3673