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Santiago Estates

Luxurious private community offering the perfect balance between urban amenities and expansive natural outdoor space.


The exclusive Santiago Estates are among the most desirable areas of Temecula found right off Ynez and Jedediah Smith Road in Central/South Temecula, at the edge of Los Angeles National Forest.
With 700,000 acres of forest bordering the community, Santiago Estates is a neighborhood with unrivalled access to incredible natural beauty. Residents who love the outdoors will enjoy a range of activities within the community, including swimming pools, spas, basketball courts, and playgrounds.



Santiago Estates is an exclusive luxury enclave filled with dream homes on generous lots. The minimum lot size is 2.5 acres and most homes range between 4,000 and 8,000 square feet in size. These stunning palatial residences are fitted with upscale flourishes that include immense ceilings, limestone countertops, marble flooring, and elegant chandeliers.
Properties include a mixture of exquisite traditional Californian ranches, opulent Mediterranean villas, and spectacular contemporary architectural designs.
These gorgeous properties boast landscaped grounds, large swimming pools and captivating views of the surrounding countryside. Many homes also feature tennis courts and equestrian facilities. When compared to properties in California’s larger cities, housing prices tend to be considerably lower here, meaning Santiago Estates provides luxury real estate at a very reasonable price.


Santiago Estates is well-positioned for residents to reap the benefits of both country and urban living. A beautiful rose garden sits at the community’s center and the neighborhood is full of verdant green spaces, while the vibrant dining, shopping, and entertainment scene in Temecula can be found two short miles away.
Other nearby attractions include several golf courses, such as Redhawk, Temeku Hills, and Temecula Creek golf courses, which are all located within four miles of Santiago Estates.
Residents will appreciate access to award-winning local schools. Private school options include the prestigious Rancho Christian School and Linfield Christian School.
The Los Angeles National Forest boasts nearly 700 miles of trails, ten lakes and reservoirs, 240 miles of rivers and streams for exploring. The sprawling green space also has five protected wilderness areas that are home to 16 endangered animal species and countless other native plants and animals.