Apr 21, 2005, 7:49 PM
Post #4 of 8
Then you need to go above the highway, be prepared for a steepish not probaly flat lot, steps etc. and.. depending on the area paying some bucks! Also probably a two story house. And the chance that if someone builds in front of you there goes the view you payed big bucks for. One neighborhood, Las Salvias, just above highway, west end of village is trying to pass neighborhood rules that you can ONLY build a one story house. Thus not trashing the view for the people behind you. Of course the way around that is for the person to build a tall retaining wall, just add fill and make the lot higher..before they build....sigh.
La Floresta both upper and lower at east end of the village, wide streets, big trees, quieter, not much view lots but pretty older homes or newly rehabbed ones. Still has a lot of the Guadalajara people with weekend places. Chula Vista further east, overlooks or near the golf course. Hilly, some view, older homes, was first "development" in the village. Used to be the place to find 50's rehab bargains but no more! Have to be careful the fault line runs through there. Below is the village of San Antonio. And to the west Riberas. And yes there is a lot of building going on in both. You can get a view down below the highway by building a mirador or rooftop terrace.