Variance granted MLS 170013155. This North County San Diego, hilltop beauty is truly one of a kind. 17.03 acres with a 1,344 sq ft, 2 bedroom, 3 bath residence located 200 feet above Vista's most exclusive neighborhood with spectacular ocean and city views unlike an in the county. Water and sewer are on the property and a preliminary and a sitemap has been developed that would allow the property to be subdivided into a number of smaller lots. This North County San Diego, hilltop beauty is truly one of a kind. 17.03 acres with a 1,344 sq ft, 2 bedroom, 3 bath residence located 200 feet above Vista's most exclusive neighborhood with spectacular ocean and city views unlike an in the county. Water and sewer are on the property and a preliminary and a sitemap has been developed that would allow the property to be subdivided into a number of smaller lots. Right next to this lot is a gated community of Million Dollar homes. This lot is superior - has more elevation with some lots with views to the ocean. Vista (/'v?st?/; Spanish: view) is a city in Southern California and is located in northwestern San Diego County. Vista is a medium-sized city within the San Diego Metropolitan Area and had a population of 93,834 at the 2010 census. Vista also includes portions of unincorporated San Diego County to north and east, with a county island in the central west, which is within its sphere of influence. Located just seven miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, it has a Mediterranean climate. Originally the lands of Rancho Buena Vista, Vista was founded on October 9, 1882 with an establishment of a post office. It was incorporated January 28, 1963 and became a charter city on June 13, 2007. Vista has more than 25 educational institutions for youth, and a business park home to over 800 companies. Vista is ranked as the 173rd-best place in California for families, based on factors such as family life, recreational opportunities, education, health, safety, and affordability in a 2015 review. Climate is temperate, with extremes of temperature uncommon. Coastal breezes and foggy overcast (especially in May and June) keep the late spring/early summer high temperatures below 80 degrees F. on most days. The cool, overcast conditions are often called "May gray" and "June gloom" by Vistans. In general, the western side of the city (closer to the Pacific) is cooler and more overcast with ocean fog than the eastern side. It is common in MayâJune for the western side of Vista to be overcast and cool, while the eastern side basks in clear skies and sunshine. July, August and September are usually warmer, as the coastal breezes lessen. High temperatures in excess of 90 degrees F. (rarely above 100 degrees) sometimes occur in late summer. High temperatures also accompany dry Santa Ana wind events, which can strike any month, but are most common during fall. On 90% of days, though, the moderating influence of the nearby Pacific keeps the weather pleasant and temperatures moderate. Frost is quite rare in winter, and snowfall almost unknown. Most of the annual rainfall of 13.24 inches falls between November and April (Mediterranean climate type). Rainfall is higher in the San Marcos Hills on the eastern edge of the city, up to 20 inches per year. The moderate climate has made Vista and surrounding areas a center of the plant nursery industry. Avocados and other subtropical plants thrive in the area.