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Housing Tracts

Chula Vista is made up of neighborhoods first and then in the east we have a lot of micro-hoods, these are part of a community planning model where developers have given names to divisions of homes within the larger community that they built and sold. Many people use these names when shopping for a new home.

Ada Terrace
Agave
Alicante
Apollo II
Aspire
Autumn Hills
Aviare
Bahia Vista
Belleme Chateaux
Belleme Villa
Belleza
Bolero
Bon Vivant
Bonita Encore
Brandywine Classics
Brentwood Arms
Cabo Bahia
Camelot
Casa De Moss
CHAMBORD
Chapala
Charter Point
Clover
Cordova
Cortina
Don Luis Estates
E Palomar
Eastlake Greens
Eastlake Shores
Escaya
Fairway Villas
Flora at the Village of Escaya
Greystone
Hearthstone
Heritage
Hilltop Village
Holiday Gardens
Kimball Terrace
La Vida
Lake Pointe
LION’S GATE
Lomas Verdes
Melrose Villas
Mendocino
Mer Soliel
Millenia
Monet
Montecito
Montecito Park
Monterra at Otay Ranch
Mosaic
Otay ranch
Otay Ranch Village
Palace Gardens
Palermo at Lake Pointe
Parkwood At The Village
Paseo Tiempo
Rancho Del Rey
Rancho Rios
Rolling Hills Ranch 1
Rosewood
Sanibelle
Serena
Sienna at Lake Pointe
SIENNA/LAKE POINT
Skyview
SONORA RIDGE
Sonora Ridge
Stetson
Strata
Summer Hill At Eastlake Vistas
Summerhill
Summerwind
Summit
Tapestry
The Summit
Tosara
Treviana
Veranza
Villa Campestre
Villa Campestre HOA
Villa Martinique
Villa Tempra
Village of Montecito
Villagio
Villas De Avila
Vista Mar Collection
West Chula Vista
Willow Park
Winding Walk
Woodside Village
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