6655 Primero Izquierdo

R A N C H O   S A N T A  F E , C A  9 2 0 6 7

Offered at $6,999,000

1993

1993

Year Built

6

6

Total Bedrooms

7

7

Total Bathrooms

9,550

9,550

Sq.Ft.

Living Space

4

4

Acres

Lot Size

4

4

Garage Spaces

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Rancho Santa Fe Estate

 

Nestled within a four-acre paradise of citrus groves and tropical greens, this Rancho Santa Fe estate welcomes with Mediterranean beauty and distinguished design. Located in Rancho Del Lago, one of San Diego's finest 24-hour guard-gated communities, it's here you'll discover your dream home the moment you drive through the double entry gates, greeted by a soothing fountain and handsome tree-framed driveway.

Resort Style Amenities

Indoor Entertainment

Indoor Entertainment

Sauna and Gym

Sauna and Gym

Heated Pool and Spa

Heated Pool and Spa

Fire Pit

Fire Pit

Guest House

Guest House

Outdoor Kitchen

Outdoor Kitchen

Wine Cellar

Wine Cellar

Large Covered Patio

Large Covered Patio

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Private Tennis Court

 

While on tour, visit the detached guest house, fully lit private tennis court, and four-car garage perfect for beach-ready vehicles and workshop tinkering.

 

Under the pergola, savor skewers grilled in the outdoor kitchen, then linger past sunset with glasses of cheer and star-filled views.

Long Winding Creek

Long Winding Creek

Mature Landscaping

Mature Landscaping

Orange Groves

Orange Groves

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Welcome Inside

 

Across the threshold, you'll discover approximately 9,550 sf of sun-filled vistas for gathering, play, and rest, lined with gridless windows and custom millwork complemented by spacious 20-foot ceilings. As rustic woods and polished stone pave underfoot, enjoy views of fun at the bar or gather around the multiple fireplaces that dot the home with warmth and sophisticated character with a bottle from your temperature-controlled wine cellar.

Library + Office

Library + Office

Dining Room

Dining Room

Sitting Area

Sitting Area

Living Room

Living Room

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Heart of the Home

 

Enjoy your open concept kitchen like never before with professional-grade appliances and a discreet Butler's pantry with an extra sink, dishwasher, ovens, and warming drawers, ideal for entertaining.

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Your Personal Sanctuary

 

At day's end, six view-filled en suite bedrooms with courtyards are tranquil retreats.

In the primary suite, escape to the quiet of your private patio, or soak in the onyx-hued tub with a read from your personal library, then relax in your sauna. 

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San Diego's Finest

From home, your gated community of rolling hillsides, prestigious estates, and superb year-round weather provide the perfect atmosphere for gorgeous morning stretches and afternoon strolls.

 

Savor life here, then enjoy a coveted coastal lifestyle just minutes away from world-class beaches, shops, eateries, country clubs, and parks.

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Interior

Total Bedrooms

6

Total Bathrooms

7

Full Bathrooms

6

Half Bathrooms

2

Laundry room

Laundry Room

Flooring

Carpet, Stone, Wood

Fireplace

Family Room, Living Room, Master Bedroom, Fire Pit, Library

Appliances

Dishwasher, Dryer, Refrigerator, Washer, 6 Burner Stove, Built-In Range, Double Oven, Warming Drawer, Barbecue

Other Interior Features

Bar, Bathtub, Built-in Features, High Ceilings, Kitchen Island, Pantry, Wet Bar, Kitchen Open to Family Rm, Wired for Sound
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Exterior & Building

Story

1

Garage Spaces

4

Water Source

Public

Pool

In Ground, Private, Heated

Roof

Tile

Lot Features

Corner Lot, Cul-De-Sac, Landscaped

Parking

Garage(Attached, Garage - Two Door), Non-Garage(Gated, Driveway, Circular Driveway)

Heat Type

Natural Gas, Fireplace(s)

Air Conditioning

Central Air, Zoned

Sewer

Sewer Connected

Substructure

Stucco

HOA Amenities

Guard

Security Features

Automatic Gate, Gated Community, Security Guard, Security System, 24 Hour Security, Gated with Guard, Security

Other Exterior Features

Tennis Court, Covered, Detached Guest House, Shed(s), Tennis Court(s)
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Lot & Area

Status

For Sale

Living Area

9,550 Sq.Ft.

Lot Size

4 Acres

Type

RESIDENTIAL

Year Built

1993

Neighborhood

Rancho Santa Fe

Architecture Styles

Mediterranean/Spanish

View Description

Parklike,Orchard/Grove

Elementary School

Rancho Santa Fe School District

Middle School

Rancho Santa Fe School District

High School

San Dieguito High School District
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Finance

Sales Price

$6,999,000

HOA Fees

$750/mo

Zoning

R-1:SINGLE

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Raquel Benguiat

Realtor®

Get to Know Me

Native San Diegan and long-term resident of Rancho Santa Fe, Raquel Benguiat leverages her niche-market knowledge, strong community ties, and 15+ years of industry experience to help clients fulfill their real estate goals.

 

Raised in a family of seasoned investors, developers, and architects, Raquel's unwavering passion for all things Real Estate began early on. After attaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, she went on to pursue a career in real estate management and marketing and has worked in the real estate industry ever since.

 

From professional representation to personal purchases and investments, Raquel truly understands what it is like to walk in her clients' shoes. While an expert negotiator and advocate for those she represents, Raquel is also committed to creating a seamless experience as a compassionate partner upon which buyers and sellers can rely.

 

Raquel is an active and connected philanthropist who enjoys giving back to the community through volunteerism and helping out at the local school. Some of her other favorite pastimes include entertaining, reading, exploring the local trails, and spending time with her husband and their three daughters at their historic estate in Rancho Santa Fe, California.

 

6655 Primero Izquierdo

Explore one of the most timeless, picturesque and elite rural communities in the country.

Rancho Santa Fe

Luxury Real Estate

Explore one of the most timeless, picturesque and elite rural communities in the country. 

 

San Diego is home to more than a few incredible locales, but Rancho Santa Fe may be the most time-honored community in the county. RSF is both a State Historic Landmark and the oldest active planned community in California, founded way back in 1927. The local “Rancho Santa Fe Association” acts as the collective steward of that nearly 100-year legacy, fostering a luxurious, vibrant, and fulfilling lifestyle through community events and organizations, cohesive design and architecture, and more. When you join the Rancho Santa Fe community, you’re becoming a member of a historic neighborhood with roots dating back to the earliest years of San Diego.

 

Lifestyle

As mentioned above, Rancho Santa Fe is one of the oldest communities in San Diego and, as such, houses several historic institutions spanning decades. Some include the legendary RSF Golf Club, which opened in 1929 and is the original site of Bing Crosby’s famous “Crosby Clambake,” the Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society, Library Guild, Garden Club, Art Guild, and Rotary Club. 

 

Each of these institutions has a storied past, many stretching back nearly 100 years! This is especially true in the case of the Garden Club, which was founded in 1926. The Garden Club is dedicated to both leisure gardening and charitable horticulture, supporting a variety of conservation projects both in Rancho Santa Fe and the Greater San Diego County area. In short, life in the community is intimate and familiar. When you become a part of this historic neighborhood, you’ll be joining a legacy that dates back to the earliest days of our great city.

 

Nature & Beaches

Depending on where you make your home in RSF, you’ll have access to a variety of trails, parks, and beaches. For example, The Covenant in Rancho Santa Fe is home to a private trail network spanning over 60 miles, from the San Dieguito Reservoir in the northeast to the canyons along El Camino Real in the southwest. The Covenant also includes access to the Arroyo, 68 acres of pristine open space nestled along the winding San Dieguito River, with a trail network that can be used for hiking and horseback riding. The Arroyo is home to many ecosystems, including wetlands, non-native grasslands, and eucalyptus woodlands. Covenant members can also camp for free in the Arroyo, and take advantage of the stocked fishing pond! The nearby Osuna Ranch, a 25-acre property placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2017, features an adobe estate first built in 1831 and is open daily for RSF Association members. 

 

There are several public parks and beaches nearby, including the 125-acre San Dieguito County Park, which has hiking trails, ten fitness stations, five playgrounds, a baseball field, basketball court, and picnic areas. The 2,300-acre Black Mountain Open Space Park is only a short drive away. It is a wilderness haven in the center of San Diego, awash with chaparral and sage-covered hills, ridges, and canyons, including the 1,500-foot Black Mountain! A few other outdoor destinations popular with RSF residents include San Elijo Lagoon, one of San Diego's largest wetlands, Torrey Pines State Reserve, only 9 miles away with its breathtaking cliffside beach hikes, and Solana Beach, 5 miles away with its natural tide pools and surf breaks. 

 

These are just a few nearby places outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy since RSF is perfectly located to experience just about every beach and outdoor destination San Diego has to offer!

 

Restaurants & Shopping

Just like everything else in the Rancho Santa Fe community, the cuisine here is well-regarded and time-honored. Some of the oldest and finest dining in San Diego County is situated right in the heart of Rancho Santa Fe. One of the most popular destinations is Italian mainstay Nick & G’s, where diners “experience the flavors of Italy, presented with a modern California twist.” Two more well-reviewed favorites are The Pony Room, inside the world-famous Rancho Valencia resort, and Mille Fleurs, the classic French restaurant which hosts an award-winning pianist each weekend. Mille Fleurs has won numerous awards, including “Top 25 Restaurants in America” by Food and Wine and “Best Restaurant in San Diego” by The New York Times. Village favorites are Caffe Positano, which features top-notch coffee craft-roasted by the proprietor and Thyme in The Ranch, which serves breakfast, lunch, and fresh artisan cakes, pies, and sweet breads.  

 

Third Bloom Florals & Gifts, voted Best Florist three years in a row by both Rancho and Coast magazine and the Rancho Santa Fe Review, is a timeless classic. Nearby Floral Palette is also a full-service floral shop and features a curated luxury gift collection for women, men, children, and babies. On weekends, you can’t do better than one of the local farmer's markets, whether you’re shopping for unique, handmade gifts, tasting finely-crafted local cuisine, or picking up some fresh produce for your fridge and pantry. A few of the most well-known include the Rancho Santa Fe Farmers Market, nearby Solana Beach Farmers Market, and the family-owned Chino Farm. These destinations attract visitors from all across San Diego on the weekends, but when you make your home in RSF, they’re right in your backyard!

 

Schools

Rancho Santa Fe is home to a number of renowned academic institutions, both public and private, religious and secular. Among them is the R. Roger Rowe School, one of Rancho Santa Fe's public elementary and middle schools. This school is rated 10/10 by greatschools.org and has helped draw many new families to the area. 

 

RSF's public high schools include Canyon Crest Academy, which was rated 10/10 by greatschools.org and ranked #17 in California by USNews in 2022. Torrey Pines High School is rated 9/10 and was formerly ranked as a Top 100 School in the United States by Newsweek and is also both a three-time National Blue Ribbon School and a California Distinguished School. Well-known private academies in RSF include the Rhoades School, the Nativity Schooland Diegueño Country School.

Rancho Santa Fe Luxury Real Estate Explore one of the most timeless, picturesque and elite rural communities in the country.    San Diego is home to more than a few incredible locales, but Rancho Santa Fe may be the most time-honored community in the county. RSF is both a State Historic Landmark and the oldest active planned community in California, founded way back in 1927. The local “Rancho Santa Fe Association” acts as the collective steward of that nearly 100-year legacy, fostering a luxurious, vibrant, and fulfilling lifestyle through community events and organizations, cohesive design and architecture, and more. When you join the Rancho Santa Fe community, you’re becoming a member of a historic neighborhood with roots dating back to the earliest years of San Diego.   Lifestyle As mentioned above, Rancho Santa Fe is one of the oldest communities in San Diego and, as such, houses several historic institutions spanning decades. Some include the legendary RSF Golf Club, which opened in 1929 and is the original site of Bing Crosby’s famous “Crosby Clambake,” the Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society, Library Guild, Garden Club, Art Guild, and Rotary Club.    Each of these institutions has a storied past, many stretching back nearly 100 years! This is especially true in the case of the Garden Club, which was founded in 1926. The Garden Club is dedicated to both leisure gardening and charitable horticulture, supporting a variety of conservation projects both in Rancho Santa Fe and the Greater San Diego County area. In short, life in the community is intimate and familiar. When you become a part of this historic neighborhood, you’ll be joining a legacy that dates back to the earliest days of our great city.   Nature & Beaches Depending on where you make your home in RSF, you’ll have access to a variety of trails, parks, and beaches. For example, The Covenant in Rancho Santa Fe is home to a private trail network spanning over 60 miles, from the San Dieguito Reservoir in the northeast to the canyons along El Camino Real in the southwest. The Covenant also includes access to the Arroyo, 68 acres of pristine open space nestled along the winding San Dieguito River, with a trail network that can be used for hiking and horseback riding. The Arroyo is home to many ecosystems, including wetlands, non-native grasslands, and eucalyptus woodlands. Covenant members can also camp for free in the Arroyo, and take advantage of the stocked fishing pond! The nearby Osuna Ranch, a 25-acre property placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2017, features an adobe estate first built in 1831 and is open daily for RSF Association members.    There are several public parks and beaches nearby, including the 125-acre San Dieguito County Park, which has hiking trails, ten fitness stations, five playgrounds, a baseball field, basketball court, and picnic areas. The 2,300-acre Black Mountain Open Space Park is only a short drive away. It is a wilderness haven in the center of San Diego, awash with chaparral and sage-covered hills, ridges, and canyons, including the 1,500-foot Black Mountain! A few other outdoor destinations popular with RSF residents include San Elijo Lagoon, one of San Diego's largest wetlands, Torrey Pines State Reserve, only 9 miles away with its breathtaking cliffside beach hikes, and Solana Beach, 5 miles away with its natural tide pools and surf breaks.    These are just a few nearby places outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy since RSF is perfectly located to experience just about every beach and outdoor destination San Diego has to offer!   Restaurants & Shopping Just like everything else in the Rancho Santa Fe community, the cuisine here is well-regarded and time-honored. Some of the oldest and finest dining in San Diego County is situated right in the heart of Rancho Santa Fe. One of the most popular destinations is Italian mainstay Nick & G’s, where diners “experience the flavors of Italy, presented with a modern California twist.” Two more well-reviewed favorites are The Pony Room, inside the world-famous Rancho Valencia resort, and Mille Fleurs, the classic French restaurant which hosts an award-winning pianist each weekend. Mille Fleurs has won numerous awards, including “Top 25 Restaurants in America” by Food and Wine and “Best Restaurant in San Diego” by The New York Times. Village favorites are Caffe Positano, which features top-notch coffee craft-roasted by the proprietor and Thyme in The Ranch, which serves breakfast, lunch, and fresh artisan cakes, pies, and sweet breads.     Third Bloom Florals & Gifts, voted Best Florist three years in a row by both Rancho and Coast magazine and the Rancho Santa Fe Review, is a timeless classic. Nearby Floral Palette is also a full-service floral shop and features a curated luxury gift collection for women, men, children, and babies. On weekends, you can’t do better than one of the local farmer's markets, whether you’re shopping for unique, handmade gifts, tasting finely-crafted local cuisine, or picking up some fresh produce for your fridge and pantry. A few of the most well-known include the Rancho Santa Fe Farmers Market, nearby Solana Beach Farmers Market, and the family-owned Chino Farm. These destinations attract visitors from all across San Diego on the weekends, but when you make your home in RSF, they’re right in your backyard!   Schools Rancho Santa Fe is home to a number of renowned academic institutions, both public and private, religious and secular. Among them is the R. Roger Rowe School, one of Rancho Santa Fe's public elementary and middle schools. This school is rated 10/10 by greatschools.org and has helped draw many new families to the area.    RSF's public high schools include Canyon Crest Academy, which was rated 10/10 by greatschools.org and ranked #17 in California by USNews in 2022. Torrey Pines High School is rated 9/10 and was formerly ranked as a Top 100 School in the United States by Newsweek and is also both a three-time National Blue Ribbon School and a California Distinguished School. Well-known private academies in RSF include the Rhoades School, the Nativity School, and Diegueño Country School.
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