The Talega homes for sale are just up the hill from some of the southlands most famous beaches including Lost Winds, The Pier, North Beach, Linda Lane, Calafia, Riviera, The Hole, T-Street, 204, Uppers, Lowers and Middles. The city of San Clemente is also famous for being a hub for surfing publications including Surfing Magazine, Long-Board Journal and Surfer’s Journal. The surfboard manufactures in the city include Lost, Noll, Stewart and Timmy Patterson Surfboards, as well as Paul Carter, Terry Senate and Dewey Weber Surfboards. The Talega properties are close to San Clemente High School which has won numerous NSSA national surfing titles. The point being: the Talega homes for sale are not adjacent to the ocean, but you can’t deny the influence that the city of San Clemente has on the community – the two are interchangeable.
According to local Talega San Clemente Real Estate Professionals the largest employers include ICU Medical, Cross Section Ventures, Ethical Nutrients, Ralphs, Albertsons, Fisherman’s Restaurant, Wal-mart and Inspirational Films. The Talega homes for sale are served the Capistrano Unified School District, and San Clemente has two newspapers, the San Clemente Times, and the Sun Post News (it also has an online news website, the San Clemente Patch). The main companies that have their corporate headquarters in San clement include Pick Up Stix, Rainbow Sandals, Cameron Health and Traf-Fix. The Talega Properties are found in a racially diverse city made up primarily of White, African American, Native American, Asian, Pacific Island, and Hispanic backgrounds, and in the latest census (2010) it was determined that the average density was just over 1,300 residents per square mile, and the median income was just over $87,000 per year.
Talega real estate is bordered by San Juan Capistrano to the north, Camp Pendleton to the east, the Pacific Ocean to the south and west. Interstate 5 connects the Talega homes with San Diego and north Orange County north up to Los Angeles, and the Foothill Transportation Corridor has been proposed to connect Mission Viejo to the eastside of San Clemente (not sure if this is ever going to be passed by the Coastal Commission). San Clemente is served by many daily trains operated by Metro-link and Amtrak, and the residents of Talega will enjoy a Mediterranean climate throughout the year with the coldest month being December, and that hottest month normally being August. The Talega homes for sale are part of a large city that has a total area of over 18.9 square miles, and the Talega properties are found in the thirty-sixth Senate District, the seventy-third Assembly District, and the forty-ninth congressional district.