Pauma Valley

Pauma Valley is a rural community in North County San Diego just south of Riverside County and west of Palomar Mountain. It is home to the headquarters of the Pauma Band of Luiseno Indians and the La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians, as well as the Pauma Valley Country Club, the historic Serrano Adobe and Casino Pauma.

History

Pauma Valley may seem like a small, out-of-the-way community, but it is home to some historically significant sites and interesting historical tidbits. For example, the first site in San Diego County to be officially dubbed a historic landmark by the California Historical Landmarks Commission was the Serrano Adobe in Pauma Valley. This adobe, which is on privately owned property and is no longer open to the public, was built by Jose Antonio Serrano after he received a Mexican Land Grant from Governor Manuel Micheltorena in 1844.

Housing

Pauma Valley is a small, rural community in North County with only a handful of homes on the market at any given time.

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