High Meadows is a Carmel neighborhood to the east of Carmel Woods, situated above Carmel-by-the-Sea. Homes here have spectacular Point Lobos and bay views as well as valley views of the Santa Lucia mountain range. The neighborhood has beautiful estates on large lots as well as lovely townhomes and condos with swimming pool and tennis court amenities. High Meadow Lanes is a 24 unit condominium complex on High Meadow Lane that features fireplaces and 2 car garages. High Meadow Outlook townhomes feature 2 story townhouses with fireplaces, garage parking and forest views. The Vistas features two and three bedroom/ two bath units and is situated on Outlook Drive. High Meadow Terrace is yet another option for condos and features vaulted ceilings, pool and tennis courts. High Meadows neighborhood is bordered by Aguajito Road to the north, Hatton Canyon State Park to the south, Hwy 1 to the west, and La Pradera to the east. Families with children will appreciate being part of the excellent Carmel Unified School District as well as proximity to the private Stevenson School located in nearby Pebble Beach.
Verifying active home listings as of January 27th, 2015, homes in High Meadows range in price from $2.395 million for a 5,617 SqFt Cape Cod estate with 4 bedrooms and 4 baths, to $400,000 for a 2 bedroom 1 bath condo with 1,094 SqFt of living space. Click here to preview all Carmel homes for sale in the High Meadows neighborhood. For all available Carmel real estate, click here.
So far 2015 has not seen a new sale in this neighborhood. In the last 6 months, the most expensive home sold for $1,450,000 with 2,671 SqFt and sat on a 9,583 SqFt lot. The least expensive home was a condo that sold for $490,000 with 1,200 SqFt of living space.
As of June 28th 2014, the most expensive home sold in High Meadows, year to date, sold for $2.9 million and was a 4,381 SqFt home on one acre, while the least expensive was sold for $432,500 and was a 1,197 SqFt home on a 1,155 SqFt lot.
In 2013, the most expensive home sold in the neighborhood was a 4,120 SqFt home on 1.6 acres, which sold for $1.52 million, while the least expensive was a 1,197 SqFt home on a 1,260 SqFt lot, which sold for $375,000.
The most expensive home sold in High Meadows in 2012 sold for $1.525 million and had 3 bedrooms and 4 baths within 3,820 SqFt of living space. An architectural, cubist home it was featured in the 1968 edition of Home & Garden magazine. The home was situated on a large 52,317 SqFt lot. The lease expensive home sold in the neighborhood came in at $388,500 and was a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath condo with recent updates. It had 1,197 SqFt of living space and a balcony overlooking the tennis courts and forest. For a detailed analysis of Carmel real estate sales, check out our monthly Community Market Reports.
Living in High Meadows you will enjoy your wonderful proximity to the best of the Monterey Peninsula. Carmel-by-the-Sea with its storybook charm is a short 5 minute drive away, where you can take advantage of fine dining, unique shopping and great beach activities. Your convenient address will allow you to take a first seat at Pebble Beach events like the AT&T Pro Am and the Concours d’Elegance, or enjoy a game of golf on one of its 7 renowned golf courses. You will also enjoy venturing into Monterey for business or pleasure and visiting the historic Cannery Row and Monterey Aquarium. Your peaceful location and stunning views will make entertaining at your home a dream as you relax on the terrace with friends and family and soak in the sparkling views.
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