Let’s talk about luxury. Most of us can’t even comprehend what it would be like to live in, say, the lap of Luxury. I think it’s possible to imagine visiting that lap, but living? I’m not so sure. In Rancho Santa Fe Luxury Estates come by the dozens. Which, let’s face it, blows my mind. I mean, in order to qualify as an “estate” you’ve got to have a lot of land, right? I myself imagine rolling green hills, cliffside views, acres and acres of land. Rancho Santa Fe can’t be that big, right? Well, if you agree with me, you’d be just as wrong as I am.

Rancho Santa Fe is one of the wealthiest places in the entire country. It’s an amazing place to live. An adult wonderland, really. The luxury estates in Rancho Santa Fe make this small town of less than 3500 people, just that. Isn’t that funny? It makes sense when you say it. 3500 hundred people. That’s, like, not very much people at all. In fact, I’ll bet there are more acres of luxury estate in Rancho Santa Fe than there are residents. Which means one thing, really. Privacy.

So many of us wish we could carve out a piece of this world for ourselves. Well, unless you’re willing to live “Mountain Man” style in the bayou or hightail it to Alaska, you’re going to pay a pretty penny for that piece. And in my opinion, there’s nothing wrong with that. Let’s face it. No matter how “free” you may feel in the bayou or the wilds of Alaska, on the luxury estates of Rancho Santa Fe you’re virtually guaranteed to never be killed by an alligator or eaten by a bear. Virtually.


The homes themselves though. Let’s just talk about the homes. Well, if you’re spending two million dollars plus they better be nice. I mean, you don’t want to spend an eye tooth on something you’d find in your average cookie cutter suburban neighborhood. And you won’t. What’s better, with you won’t have to hastle with the haggle either. They’ll do all of that nonsense for you.

Rancho Santa Fe luxury estates can make you feel like you’ve died and gone to heaven. Without the dying part of course.

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