Posted On : 8/16/2007 by Tim Holsten
How many Americans can brag that their city municipal golf course is worth $68 million? The answer is: only those that live in Carlsbad, California.
The Crossings at Carlsbad is officially open after a lengthy 17 year development. This municipal golf course marks yet another bright spot in the high quality life of this North County town.
The good news is, Carlsbad residents do not have to take a second mortgage on their San Diego homes
to play a sport where you simply knock a little white ball into a hole. The Crossings at Carlsbad offers a substantial discount to Carlsbad City residents, so they can maintain their quality of life while enjoying a great game of golf. Additionally, the Crossings is also giving discounts to most San Diego residents.
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Carlsbad city residents that do not play golf will still benefit from their proximity to the Crossings at Carlsbad. Golf courses traditionally help increase property values of homes within close vicinity. Some Carlsbad homes gained golf course views and raised property value, overnight. Although this property in Carlsbad was previously open space, it was an open space with dense power lines. The power lines remain, but as you drive by the course you will notice the course layout was designed to detract your eye away. Beautifying an area is always a plus in the real estate market.
If you don't already know, Carlsbad is the golf equipment and golf apparel job market capital of the United States. With the Crossings, Four Seasons Resort Aviara, and La Costa Resort courses, Carlsbad is now positioned to be one of the top golf destinations in the country.
When you live in Carlsbad, the bragging rights just keep coming. Please take a minute to learn more real estate in Carlsbad by visiting my website.