Carmel Valley, similarly to Big Sur, is a small town, with a population of just over 4,000. Carmel Valley is known for its rolling hills, nature and tranquility. Carmel Valley is a prime location for harvesting grapes to make wine. Therefore, Carmel Valley has its fair share of wineries and tasting rooms throughout the community. If you’re looking for a place with ample space to farm, possibly raise cattle or horses (depending on zoning), Carmel Valley is a prime community for that. For those with children, Carmel Valley has some of the highest rated schools in all of California.
In 2020, there were 123 home sales ranging from $285,000 to $17,000,000 with a median sale price of $1,363,000. In 2019, there were 95 home sales from $430,000 to $4,850,000 with a median sale price of $1,055,000. There are not many townhouse or condominium complexes in Carmel Valley. In 2020, there were 26 condominium and townhouse sales ranging from $429,000 to $1,405,000 with a median sale price of $592,500. In 2019, there were 19 condominium and townhouse sales between $425,000 and $1,679,000 with a median sale price of $905,000.
Favorite restaurants and places: The Running Iron, Carmel Valley Athletic Club (CVAC), Refuge Spa, Cowgirl Winery, Folktale Winery and Vineyard, Holman Ranch and Garland Ranch Regional Park.
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