Torrey Highlands is one of the most sought after areas for families to live in Northern San Diego due to its excellent schools and safe, clean neighborhoods. The community has been in development since the early 2000s and its popularity continues to grow exponentially year after year. The area offers convenient freeway access to the approximately 2,500 residents via Route 56 (Ted Williams Freeway); not to mention they also have access to Carmel Valley Road which runs all the way through to the coast.
The school districts serving apartment residents in the Torrey Highlands area all score a nine or ten out of ten on GreatSchools.org.
The top Elementary schools in the area are:
- Willow Grove Elementary
- Deer Canyon Elementary
- Park Village Elementary
- Sycamore Ridge School
- Sage Canyon School
Top area public high schools include:
- Canyon Crest Academy
- Torrey Pines High School
- Westview High School
With median household income of approximately $134,402, which is 121% higher than the San Diego median according to city-data.com, Torrey Highlands is a relatively affluent area. As a result, rent in the area is a bit higher than the surrounding area with median rent rates at $1,970. Most Torrey Highlanders enjoy short commute times with times averaging somewhere between 10 to 35 minutes.
Shopping and Dining
The shopping and dining possibilities near Torrey Highlands are in a league of its own with great stores and restaurants at Del Mar Highlands Town Center, Del Mar Plaza, Carmel Mountain Plaza, and many more! The Highlands, as many of Torrey Highland’s residents call it, is a great entertainment destination for singles, couples, and families with stores like the Cinepolis (a luxury cinema), Urbanplates, Swirls, Sushiya, and many more!
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