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Alpine Real Estate
Nestled in the foothills east of the city of San Diego, rests the town of Alpine. Area residents enjoy life on ranches and homes that lie among the rolling hills and chaparral. The area was discovered by the Kumeyaay Indians nearly 1,000 years ago and continues to be their home.

The area near Alpine was a designated Stage Coach stop which served the gold mines that were located in the nearby Cuyamaca mountains. The stages brought supplies to the miners and was a way for the miners to get their gold discoveries to San Diego. Alpine had an abundant supply of fresh water, which made for a pleasant rest stop.

A gentleman named Benjamin R. Arnold arrived in the area in 1887. He was in search of a place that would help cure his asthma symptoms. Arnold found that the local climate helped him. He built a hotel that catered to people that also suffered from asthma that wished to improve their health.

The town's slogan of "Best Climate in the U.S.A.." originated when a U.S. Government survey declared the area as having the most equable climate in the country.

A major Alpine attraction is the Viejas Casino and Factory Outlet Center, which is located just outside of town near the I-8. The extremely successful complex is owned and operated by the Viejas Band of the Kumeyaay Indians. Headliner entertainment is featured. The outlet center offers a large array of stores set among unique landscaping and southwest-style architecture.

Alpine is home to nearly 14,000 residents. They enjoy the small town feel of the area. Many of the estate sized lots are zoned for equestrian use.

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