1050 Wiegand St, Encinitas CA 92024 - James Jam, Berkshire Hathaway

1050 Wiegand St, Encinitas CA 92024 – James Jam, Berkshire Hathaway

Active Encinitas, CA 92024 Single Family Detached 6 Bedroom 4.5 Bathroom 4 Garage 5,928 Sq. Ft. 2.73 Acre(s). Built 1994

1050 Wiegand St, Encinitas CA 92024 – James Jam, Berkshire Hathaway. Located among a small enclave of custom homes in a sought after private gated Olivenhain community, discover this fabulous home sitting on 2.73 acres. Great floor plan comprised of a spacious gourmet kitchen, with stainless steel appliances including a double door Thermador refrigerator, opening to a large family room with custom built-ins, stone fireplace, and a cozy breakfast nook area. Elegant formal living room offering a romantic fireplace, chic built-in entertainment unit, and stunning crown molding.

This spacious 5,928 square-foot, 6 bedroom, 4.5 bath home offers a luxurious master bedroom suite, downstairs guest bed and bath, stately formal dining room, a marvelous game room, wet bar with wine refrigerator and custom cabinetry with leaded glass, and 4 car garage. Experience the Olivenhain lifestyle with endless horse trails, award winning schools, shopping, restaurants and beaches. Zoned for 5 horses, impeccable level lot with room for horses, sports court and/or tennis court. Enjoy a resort like backyard amid lush grounds, sparking pool, and serene stream, perfect for intimate family unity, yet poised for large scale gatherings.

Enjoy the best of Encinitas lifestyle from 1050 Wiegand St. Located in the exclusive gated community of  Copper Crest Estates. Whether you want to live next to great schools in Encinitas, Equestrian properties, or shopping, this Encinitas neighborhood has it all! Resident Encinitas Realtor James Jam has the refined knowledge about the community and will help you find your dream home. Each of the 12 neighborhoods in Olivenhain has its own unique features. Since 1989 James Jam has made a sincere commitment to service with excellence and integrity. Additionally, having lived in Encinitas for many years he is the best of all the Realtors in Encinitas to help you find the best community that suits all your needs.

Popular communities near 1050 Wiegand St, Encinitas CA 92024 include Dove HollowCountry RoseBrooksideCopper Creek, and Double LL Ranch. As well as KnightsbridgeRancho EncinitasVal Sereno, and Wildflower Estates. And of course Morning Sun RanchOlive CrestRanch View EstatesRosemont, and Windsor Country Estates.

1050 Wiegand St – Encinitas Real Estate For Sale

James Jam’s mobile app gives you instant access to the newest Encinitas real estate listings. Having sold hundreds of single family homes for sale in Encinitas, California I can provide the most accurate home values for Encinitas properties, its neighborhoods and surrounding areas. There are currently 109 homes for sale in Encinitas, CA 92024 including condos, bank owned properties, townhomes, short sales, and luxury listings.

My mobile app makes it easy for you to find your dream home with property criteria filters. Additionally you can filter Encinitas real estate by new listings within the last 7 days, price reduced this week, and upcoming open houses. Likewise, if you are looking at buying homes in Encinitas with an ocean view or custom Encinitas homes contact your Encinitas Real Estate Agent James Jam for a customized search. Download my app from any mobile device.

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1050 Wiegand St Encinitas Schools

Copper Creek Estates is a gated community popular for hosting family oriented events. As well as safe neighborhoods and great schools. 1050 Wiegand St is in the Encinitas Union School district for elementary school. In addition to the San Dieguito Union High School Disctrict (SDUHSD). Many children who live in the community attend Diegueno Middle SchoolOlivenhain Pioneer Elementary (OPE) and La Costa Canyon High (LCC).

The Best Realtor in Encinitas

Encinitas Realtor James Jam’s personal philosophy “Dreams Made Real” has awarded him as the top Realtor in the county year after year. Most importantly this philosophy encircles the perfect real estate experience. Additionally, it is the gold standard which he strives to provide each one of his clients. Likewise his pristine negotiation, communication, combined with dedication ensure his clients enjoy their dream home with a smooth transaction. Moreover it is about helping his clients every step of the way. Not to mention he makes a promise to his clients that they will receive the best possible representation with an unparalleled level of service and communication throughout the process.

“Every time I make this commitment to my clients, I place my credibility on the line, but my years of experience, in depth knowledge of the market and proven track record allow me to fulfill the commitment that I make. This is how ‘Dreams are Made Real’.” – James Jam

Olivenhain Lifestyle

1050 Wiegand St, Encinitas, CA offers countless recreational activities including recreational trails, used by pedestrians and equestrians. This home is near Olivenhain bike trails which offer a 37.59  mile trek with an ascent of 1,663 feet and a maximum elevation of 824 feet. Other bike trails in the area include Elfin Forest Recreational Preserve, the La Costa Preserve, the Lake Calavera Preserve and the La Costa to Olivenhain “Way Up Trail.” Additionally, it is a common sight to see hot air balloons in the late afternoon and dusk.

Copper Creek Estates is one of the few gated communities that does not have an HOA. However, there is a small road maintenance agreement for maintenance of this Encinitas gated community. Likewise there are no mello-roose fees in this community.

 Olivenhain History – 1800’s

You may be surprised to learn that in the early 1800’s California was a vast, sparsely inhabited territory of Mexico. Andreas Antonio Ybarra made a formal request to the Mexican government and was awarded a land grant of 4,431 acres called “Los Encinitas” in 1842. Theodore Pinther and Conrad Stroebel were part of group called the Colony of Olivenhain in Denver, Colorado and they purchased a portion of the parcel in 1884 and called it Rancho Las Encinitas. The colony began with seven members – Theodore Pinther, Joseph Ullrich, Louis Denk, Otto Pinther, Lina Pinther and Johann Bumann. Each member paid an initiation fee, a membership fee, and monthly dues.

Not to mention a member in good standing would be entitled to a five acre parcel of cultivated land. Moreover the received a house of moderate size built on their property and use of all colony-owned property! Property included horse teams, wagons and fruit processing machinery. The membership increased by the end of the year with an additional 67 colonists arriving from Denver.

Olivenhain History – 1900-70’s

The colonists ran into a problem, the lack of sufficient water. As a result, locals turned to livestock farming instead of olive and citrus groves. Also the gradual decline of farming during the 1950’s and the importation of water to Southern California slowly transformed the area into a residential community. In 1887, the Encinitas copper company discovered a low grade producing copper deposit. Valuable naturally occurring solid materials were profitably extracted until 1917. Many of the original miners and their families still reside in Olivenhain today. Modern conveniences were slow to arrive in Olivenhain. The first rural mail delivery began in 1910.

It wasn’t until 1946 that telephone services and electricity came to Olivenhain. Olivenhain Municipal Water District formally established in 1959, marking the end of reliance on wells and cisterns as the only source of water. Then Lone Jack Road was finally paved in the early 1970’s. The name Olivenhain is from the German name which means “Olive Grove”. The German Settlers built the meeting hall which still stands. Today you will find community functions such as the annual Olivenhain Beer & Bratwurst Festival. Additionally, there are fun summer movie series, craft fairs and a variety of civic group meetings.

Olivenhain Environment

The environment surrounding Olivenhain real estate is charming and peaceful, known for its rural flavor, acreage, horse properties and strong sense of history. Olivenhain is proud of its extensive trail system and its “Dark Sky Policy” which restricts lights from street lights, tennis courts and other forms of light pollution. The climate in Encinitas and Olivenhain is very mild, Mediterranean climate. Average daily high temperature is 72 °F (22 °C). Temperatures below 40 °F (4 °C) and above 85 °F (29 °C) are rare. Average rainfall is about 10 inches (250 mm) per year. On the other hand the wet season lasts during the winter and spring, when temperatures are usually cool.

Moreover, the average daytime temperatures hit 65F in winter and spring. When rain and marine layer (fog) are common (May Gray/June Gloom). Nighttime lows range from 45-55F. The dry season lasts from summer through fall, with average daytime temperatures ranging from 75-85F. However nighttime lows being from the upper 50s–60sF. Ocean water temperatures average 60F in winter, 64F in spring, 70F in summer, and 66F in fall. The construction of the Olivenhain dam and reservoir began in 2000. Additionally, the first water flowed into the reservoir in 2003. The Olivenhain Reservoir has a storage capacity of 24,000 acre-feet of water. This is enough water for a year for 50,000 families of four.

Olivenhain Recreational Trails

Olivenhain real estate is near a vast network of horse trails and facilities. A series of horse trails wind throughout Olivenhain, providing horse owners with a quiet and peaceful place to ride. Equestrian facilities and horse arenas attract a large horse population to ride and show their horses. Popular trails include the Olivenhain Trails, San Elijo Lagoon Trails, and the Encinitas Ranch Trails.

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1050 Wiegand St, Encinitas CA 92024 – James Jam, Berkshire Hathaway was provided by James Jam. The #1 Individual Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Real Estate Agent in San Diego County. Please contact him today via email at james@jamesjam.com or by phone at 858-210-0509. 

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