Aviara Real Estate
Aviara Homes For Sale
Aviara is an approximately 1,000-acre resort community nestled in the hills of South Carlsbad, overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Batiquitos Lagoon. This prestigious master-planned community lies just north of Encinitas and west of La Costa. Residents enjoy established neighborhoods with over 2,000 well-maintained homes of many different architectural styles. They experience a variety of residential options in over 20 distinctive neighborhoods that include luxury executive homes, gated condominiums, exclusive apartments and lavish custom homes.
At the heart of the community is the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, a 329-room, world-class hotel and resort. Originally opened as the Four Seasons Aviara, guests enjoy spectacular views, lush tropical grounds, a popular Lobby Bar, personal services, stylish shops, a renovated spa area and the championship 18-hole par 72 Aviara Golf Course, designed by Arnold Palmer. The course is open to the public and to guests of the hotel and meanders through the Aviara neighborhoods offering golf course views for the residents. Top quality golf instruction is available at the Kip Puterbaugh Aviara Golf Academy, and the Aviara Tennis Center is a fabulous facility with two clay and four hard courts and a full pro shop.
The Argyle Restaurant located in the golf course clubhouse is a fabulous venue for a quiet breakfast, private business lunch or fabulous steak dinner. Arranged around the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort are 132 luxuriously appointed villas offering timeshare ownership with private clubhouse, pool, fitness center and library. Known as the Four Seasons Residence Club Aviara, each two-bedroom villa includes a fully equipped kitchen, three bathrooms, a fireplace in the living room and view balconies.
Miles and miles of sidewalks make Aviara an ideal place for serious walkers and casual strolling. Hikers, runners and bicyclists take to the scenic Batiquitos Nature Trail – a picturesque getaway overlooking the Batiquitos Lagoon and the Aviara Golf Course.