Indian Springs/Pine Canyon
The Indian Springs/Pine Canyon neighborhood of Salinas Monterey Highway is bordered by River Road to the northeast and Toro Regional Park to the southwest. Las Palmas Ranch neighborhood meets the neighborhood to the northeast. Just down the road from Highway 68, known as the Salinas Monterey Highway, residents of the neighborhood enjoy convenient access to the beautiful Monterey Bay, while residing at a comfortable distance from the coastal fog. For families with younger children, the neighborhood offers safe and quite streets and cul-de-sacs, while most of the homes also offer large yard spaces. The neighborhood is part of the Washington Union Elementary School District and the Salinas Union High School District. For commuters, Highway 101 is located at a close enough proximity for easy access, but far enough that the neighborhood still showcases a quiet, residential atmosphere.
Residents of the Indian Springs/Pine Canyon neighborhood enjoy sunny weather and close proximity to a variety of recreational activities. Toro Regional Park, which boarders the neighborhood, opened in 1971 and offers a beautiful pastoral setting perfect for a family outing. The park’s 4,756 acres are home to wildlife and a variety of recreational facilities, including an equestrian staging area, riding trails, softball fields, playgrounds, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, and over 20 miles of hiking trails. For those who seek an ocean-front playground, the Marina State Beach and sand dunes are just a thirteen mile drive, and offer hang gliding, paragliding, the Monterey Peninsula Recreational Trail, walking trails, and of course miles of beach.
As of February 26th, 2015 homes in the Indian Springs/Pine Canyon neighborhood range in price from $958,000 for 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3,374 SqFt of living space on a 43,996 SqFt lot to $470,000 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom with 1,403 SqFt of living space on a 10,100 SqFt lot. For a detailed analysis of Salinas Monterey Highway real estate, take a look at our monthly Community Market Reports.
In 2014, 19 homes sold in the Indian Springs/Pine Canyon neighborhood. The most expensive home sold, year-to-date, was a 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom newly remodeled home showcasing 3,957 SqFt of living space on 66,211 SqFt of land, which sold for $790,000. The least expensive home sold, year-to-date, was a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with 1,400 SqFt of living space on a 10,100 SqFt lot, which sold for $390,400.
In 2013, 21 homes sold in the neighborhood. The most expensive was a 4,000 SqFt home on a 102,800 SqFt lot, which sold for $929,000. The least expensive was a 1,117 SqFt home on a 13,500 SqFt lot, which sold for $240,000.
Those who live in the Indian Springs/Pine Canyon neighborhood enjoy a quiet and private residential setting, with close proximity to all that the Monterey Peninsula has to offer. Located in the Monterey sunbelt, the weather in the neighborhood is sunny and warm. Those who call the Indian Springs/Pine Canyon neighborhood home find it easy to live a vibrant and active lifestyle. With endless options for hiking, jogging, cycling, and golfing, and easy access to an array of sports and recreational facilities, outdoor and sports enthusiasts will feel right at home. Convenient proximity to downtown Monterey, Carmel-by-the-Sea, and Pacific Grove provides residents of the neighborhood access to world class shopping and dining. Less than an hour from the world famous Big Sur National Park and minutes from Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, the neighborhood provides access to some of the most beautiful areas of the country.
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