The Rancho Santa Fe Covenant was originally a land grant made in 1845 to Juan Maria Osuna. Over time, Rancho Santa Fe has become the home of country estates. What is it about Rancho Santa Fe that attracts the wealthiest Americans? Privacy, for one thing.
The Covenant was one of the first planned communities in the US, and its rural feel has been guarded by a strict Protective Covenant, preserving the character of the area, and ensuring the quality of all future architecture and improvements. The Covenant encompasses approximately 6,200 acres with some 1,500 households just five miles from the Pacific Ocean, and is laced with over 45 miles of hiking and riding trails and golf courses. Read More