The absorbing and impassioned Hunt Club properties are close to the Mission San Juan Capistrano which showcases historic and religious artifacts, 18th-20th century paintings, and an interpretive room dedicated to Native American art. San Juan Capistrano, self-christened “preserving the past to enhance the future”, is recognized for its historical and cultural past as well as luxury residential offerings, including equestrian properties, and stunning ocean-view masterpieces. Inviting and enchanting Hunt Club real estate benefits from being just down the street from the San Juan Hills Country Club and Public Driving Range which is found on San Juan Creek Road. The meticulously-maintained, highly-desirable Hunt Club mountain-view homes for sale are close to the O'Neill Museum which is located in San Juan Capistrano's Los Rios Historic District and the Blas Aguilar Adobe which was built in 1794.
The Juan Capistrano train depot is one of the most significant landmarks of the city of San Juan Capistrano, and the Los Rios Historic District includes 31 structures which line both sides of Los Rios Street between Del Obispo and Mission Streets. The Swallows Festival or "Fiesta de las Golondrinas" is a two-month long celebration of the return of the swallows (Cliff Swallows) to San Juan Capistrano on March 19 of each year. The trendy and fashionable Hunt Club properties are all close to excellent culinary choices found in San Juan Capistrano, some of the favorites of locals include The Vintage Steakhouse, The Tea House on Los Rios Street, Sarducci’s, Santa Fe Grill, and Mission Grill. If you are in the area searching for charismatic and captivating Hunt Club custom-inland real estate and have some extra time left over for the day, you should take some extra time and take a self-guided historic walking tour, where the majority of properties and sites that you will see are included on the city's inventory of Historic and Cultural Landmarks.
The stately and cultivated Hunt Club SJC homes for sale are served by the Capistrano Unified School District, and San Juan Capistrano has two newspapers the Capistrano Valley News and the Capistrano Dispatch. Graceful and comfortable Hunt Club Real Estate is found in what is considered a year-round Mediterranean climate, and interstate-five freeway bisects San Juan Capistrano. San Juan Capistrano formerly hosted a population of Cliff Swallow that reputedly migrated each year from Argentina to the Mission San Juan Capistrano (now apparently they are flying somewhere to the north). The irresistible and enamoring Hunt Club properties are found in racially diverse city with a population density of approximately 2,400 people per square mile. The racial makeup of San Juan Capistrano includes, White, African American, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, Pacific Islander and other races.