Plans to build condominiums in the Rancho CIelo community in San DIeguito were halted. Single family homes, on 1 to 3 acre estates, will make the coastal hillside village, north and south of Del Dios Highway, a friendly place to raise a family.
The plans made by the county's Planning and Development Services to use up the terraced land with views of the Pacific Ocean for condominiums were revised after the locals asked the plan for more dense development be stopped and the community kpet simple. Members of the San Dieguito COmmunity Planning Group agreed onthe new plan to build single family homes, up to two stories tall, instead of the condominium height set at up to three stories.
County Supervisors approved the change to the Rancho CIelo Specific PLan and height zoning early in August.
Now, only a minimum amount of grading is in store for the terraced hills. Enclaves made for custom homes built in styles raning from Santa Barbara to Monterrey to Italian Villa will grow in five plotted areas pleasant groves of olive, oak, and sycamore trees will be planted.
One of the Classic Italian Villas, on 4 acres of land, will have a 8,000 square foot Cielo Club construction workers will build with a fitness center. Rancho Cielo will also have its own Cielo Park with picnic areas and a pavilion, fit out withplay equipment and tennis courts the locals can enjoy.
In the towering terrain, local families willfind their own commercial village. The notice San Dieguito locals gave the county board on preserving the local character prevents the locals from experiencing a staggering disappointment with too many doorways inthe hills.
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