People living in Vista, California have the pleasure of enjoying an ideal location and a Mediterranean climate. Being only seven miles inland from the Pacific ocean, in Northern San Diego County, it offers not only local activities but close beach activities as well.
When looking for an apartment in this area, it is possible to find a large number of units available. These are in locations with interesting names that reflect a friendly location. Rent averages in the area from $955 to $1,350 per month.
These units offer one and 2 beautifully decorated apartments with amenities such as a pool, spa, clubhouse, fitness center, central heat and air-conditioning, vaulted ceilings, wood burning fireplaces, upgraded kitchens and panoramic views. These apartments have laundry facilities and are in a convenient location with easy freeway access. Some also have the desirable feature of having paid utilities included.
For personal entertainment, there are things such as day camp, Moonlight Stage Productions, parks and facilities, adult softball, Frisbee Golf, tennis, Zumba classes and many other events for personal enjoyment. There are three school districts, K through High School, as well as technical schools in Vista. A University is located nearby. This offers an excellent educational opportunity for families with children.
There are 186 restauarants in the city. Some five star restaurants you might want to try are Rubios Cafe (Mexican, Seafood), Cucino Di Zucchero, (Italian), Sunrise Cafe (American/Mexican) or Two Brothers from Italy (Pizza and Calzone). It is possible to find any cuisine that fits one's pallet.
Living in this area is ideal for the person who enjoys good weather, a comfortable home, numerous recreation programs and excellent choices in food. There is something available for every member of the family.Source: The Vista, CA housing data displayed above is derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).