The southbound traffic has been backing up to Grandview more than ever lately. Now that people are finally moved into the major sprawl developments in Carlsbad we are feeling the real effects. Get used to it people, the coast highway logjams are no longer flukes. I'm sure once the new mega sprawl that is San Elijo Hills is finished that the traffic will back up to La Costa Ave or even all the way to the Ponto jetties.
Welcome to our new way of life. I'm getting a horse.
*check out the delusional back patting on the San Elijo Hills website. It's hilarious!
Here is a sample:
Diversity is designed into the neighborhoods of San Elijo Hills. By offering a wide variety of housing options, the neighborhoods of San Elijo Hills can accommodate different family sizes, income levels and lifestyles. San Elijo Hills attracts a wide variety of homebuyers, from young professionals to families, from emptynesters to grandparents. Our town planners were inspired by time-proven, classic neighborhoods such as Mission Hills, Coronado, Del Mar and Carlsbad, which accommodate all types of people and lifestyles. The result is a healthy community that avoids cookie-cutter stereotypes.
The architectural themes in San Elijo Hills are based on traditional American and European styles. Each neighborhood is distinctive, yet together they form a unified overall community. Walk the neighborhoods and you will see attention in the details. A window on a house inspired by a 1930's Spanish stucco classic in Kensington. Towncenter streets that are reminiscent of the friendly environment of downtown Carlsbad. A swing chaise on a front porch, just like a Cape Cod house in Coronado. All these elements, both functional and decorative, are designed to capture the feeling that is found in established older, Coastal California neighborhoods.