Vista Homes for Sale & Real Estate
Incorporated in 1963 and later chartered in 2007, Vista has become one of the most coveted places to live in the United States, when taking into account aspects such as employment, economy, education and climate.
Strategically located only seven miles from the brimming Pacific Ocean, Vista comes under San Diego County, California but has a highly desirable Mediterranean weather. Furthermore, with its small population and presence of over 800 companies, it’s an ideal destination for people looking to escape the hustle and bustle of major cities without compromising on their lucrative salaries.Although it may not be the biggest towns with a total area of only 18.7 square miles, it holds significant importance due to the presence of the Northern San Diego County Courthouse. Vista Homes for Sale and Real Estate The promising workforce, bountiful academic options, beautiful weather, and practical cost of living make the Vista community an ideal environment to raise a family. Vista Neighborhoods and Districts: With such a small total area, it’s no wonder that the population lives in only two neighborhoods which include:
Vista Transportation and CommutingMost visitors coming into Vista either have the option of choosing the U.S Customs Highway or the California Highway Patrol. However, due to the business nature of the city, many trucks carrying goods from other states and towns regularly make deliveries. Services such as the United Parcel Service (UPS), Airborne Express and Federal Express also have operational terminals in the vicinity. Amtrak is one of the major railways currently conducting operations in Vista and thus can handle stops from Del Mar, Oceanside, San Juan Capistrano, Irvine, Santa Ana, Anaheim and Fullerton.
The Orange County line also has its presence noted and follows separate routes in towns such as San Clemente, Mission Viejo/Laguna Niguel, Tustin, Orange, Buena Park and Norwalk. Among the commuter Railways, Coast Express Rail and Sprinter are incredibly popular, while nearby Airports include the San Diego International Airport and the Los Angeles International Airport. Greyhound Bus Lines provides its main passenger services from a downtown depot and the area is known to see more than million people depart and arrive. North County Transit District is a tad smaller when compared to its rival, but the extensive route covering the Vista Transit Center and the South Vista Business Park via Melrose Drive, Shadowridge Drive, Sycamore Avenue, La Mirada Drive, Poinsettia Avenue, Business Park Drive and Park Center Drive is frequently used by the residents.
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The average high temperature in July is 72 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 44.5 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 10.3 inches per year, with 0 inches of snow per year. No weather information available.
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Coldwell Banker Res-Vista
Century 21 Gieseler-Bradford
The Alan Shafran Group
Laura Maressa, Broker
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServic
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