Winding Way, Ramirez, Kanan

by ritasimpson on October 14, 2011

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The area, defined by Winding Way and Murphy Way (formerly De Butts Terrace) north from Pacific Coast Highway to the Escondido Falls, is a community of about 100 properties that are accessed by these private roads.
The majority of parcels are two to five acres in size, although parcels range from one-third to over 100 acres. These are mostly Equestrian properties with direct access to trails.
Ramirez Canyon is a 2,880-acre watershed located between Kanan Dune Road and Escondido Canyon. Ramirez Creek is a significant Blue Line Stream with a thriving native riparian habitat lining the creek, and include many native tree species of oak and sycamore.
Ramirez Canyon Road, accessed at the Paradise Cove, is a private road that is gated at the Winding Way and Paradise Cove entrances.
The topography of the area ranges from the stream bed and flood plain area, to steep mountains. The canyon has a relatively small floor, bounded by relatively steep hills on both the East and West sides.
Properties in the area have large lots and lush gardens. Some have distant ocean views.
The abundance of vegetation and natural water course provides an ideal home to a number of species of wildlife, including deer, bobcats, raccoon, badger, gray fox, coyotes and cougar. Additionally, many species of birds inhabit the area, including hawks, eagles, owls and road runners.

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