Welcome to this stunning custom home nestled in a quiet corner of the gated community, Rancho Solano. The luxurious and impressive staircase to the solid front door gives a great first impression as you enter into the grand foyer you immediately see the custom features throughout. An open but functional floor plan with separate formal family and living room, formal dining and eat-in kitchen plus a full bedroom and bathroom downstairs. Upstairs, the owner’s grand bedroom with ensuite plus two other spacious bedrooms. 42-panel solar will keep your interior climate controlled and comfortable all year round. Outdoors, designed to maximize views and maintain privacy, a covered patio with breathtaking views and no rear neighbors. Located near hiking trails, Rancho Solano golf course, health and wellness club, top-rated schools and modern conveniences.
Rancho Solano is a premier, gated, master-planned golf course community, comprised of 1,200 homes, Rancho Solano living blends a quiet pastoral setting with the allure of Northern California’s wine country and an award-winning, 18-hole Gary Roger Baird public golf course (rated one of the best in Northern California)—creating a truly unique landscape for every lifestyle. The community is comprised of six distinct and private neighborhoods. From elegant, spacious single-family homes to the convenience of town-home living, Rancho Solano has something special to offer young families, professionals and retirees alike. Rancho Solano residents have access to a beautiful, five-acre park, managed and maintained by the Association; in addition, there are several community events held at the Park each year. Throughout Rancho Solano, special attention is given to security and privacy, with 24-hour surveillance, security patrols, and 24-hour closed gate entrances to each neighborhood. This private community prohibits solicitation of any kind. Secluded in the foothills of the Suisun Valley wine country, Rancho Solano is near the I-80 corridor and equal distance between Sacramento and San Francisco. The community is home to the In-Shape Health Club, a multi-recreational family athletic facility featuring a state-of-the-art fitness area with numerous cardio machines, an exercise studio, weight room, lighted tennis complex, year-round heated swimming pool, locker facilities and a sports shop. At the entrance to Rancho Solano is B. Gale Wilson K-8 School. Visit Rancho Solano and who knows – you just might find your own slice of paradise in this relaxing and spectacular community.
Rancho Solano, known for having a beautiful country-club-like setting, has an alluring layout with hilly terrain and undulated greens that add character to the golf course. Scenic lakes, elevated tees and well placed bunkers provide interesting features that contribute to the excitement of playing this course. Rancho Solano’s course conditions, like Paradise Valley’s, are consistent and known for being best in class.
RANCHO SOLANO HISTORY The land now occupied by Rancho Solano was once an open ranch area, devoted primarily to cattle grazing. Part of the Rancho Suisun Land Grant, passing from Mexico to the United States in 1850. The first American owner was Aline Pierce and her property was initially called the Pierce Ranch. The property then passed to Bill and Sally Smith and referred to as the Smith Ranch. In the mid-1980s planning and development of Rancho Solano began–a residential community of 1,200 homes, situated around a public golf course, surrounded by oak-laden hills. A primary feature of the area would be the Clubhouse and the attached sports club, featuring tennis courts, a swimming pool, and a variety of family-oriented sports activities. The area would be built in various neighborhood subdivisions, each with gate-controlled access. Land was also set aside for a public school, a residential retirement home, and a private children’s day-care facility. The first housing development to be built was Rancho Solano Unit 1, or today commonly referred to as the Westfield neighborhood; built by Miller-Sorg, Inc., it included 110 single-family homes. This first housing project was completed in 1987. This coincided with the incorporation of the homeowners’ association [Rancho Solano Master Association]. Over the next two decades additional neighborhoods were built by various builders, including Sterling Homes, Standard-Pacific Homes, and Emerald Homes. The last subdivision to be completed was the Andalucía neighborhood in 2011; this area includes 217 single-family homes as well as a park for the enjoyment by the entire Rancho Solano community. In addition to single-family homes, there are two unique neighborhoods in Rancho Solano with their own sub-associations: Vistara at Rancho Solano consists of 67 condominium townhouses; and, Tuscany Hills which consists of 26 attached single-family homes (duplexes). Tuscany Hills is classified as a ‘senior community’ where owners/residents must be 62 years of age or older. Tucked between some of the subdivisions in Rancho Solano are streets and areas that include custom-built homes. Today, Rancho Solano is an active community, consisting of families, retirees, and many single adults. With proximity to Travis Air Force Base and David Grant Medical Center, many active duty, reservists, and retired military personnel make Rancho Solano their home. B. Gale Wilson K-8 School sits at the entrance to the community. The sports club is owned and managed by In-Shape Sports Clubs, and the 18-hole public golf course is owned by the City of Fairfield and maintained and managed by Kemper Sports. The Association maintains an information kiosk at the entrance to Rancho Solano which aids in directing guests and monitoring entrance to and egress from the community. The 600+ acres of open land, ponds, and hills that surround Rancho Solano offer pleasant views for residents and guests alike.
Course Details Rancho Solano is known for having a country-club-like setting, but even more recognized for having some of the largest greens in Northern California that can prove quite challenging. The golf course has beautiful rolling terrain set in the foothills, with greens being reminiscent of Scottish links. Several lakes, elevated tees and well-placed bunkers provide interesting features that contribute to the excitement of playing Rancho Solano. Rancho Solano Course Video Course designer: Gary Roger Baird Awards: Voted #1 Golf Course by the readers of Daily Republic for 10 years Voted, “Worth the Green Fee” Greenskeeper.org 2005, 2017 & 2018, 2019
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