Ramona Homes for Sale
zip code: 92065
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Ramona is an unincorporated community.
The United States Census Bureau has divided Ramona into two census-designated places, (1) Ramona and (2) the San Diego Country Estates.
The first recorded entry of a four-wheeled vehicle (a horse-drawn wagon) into the valley was in 1849.
The California Gold Rush that affected Julian, California in 1870 led to creation of a stagecoach route between San Diego and Julian with a stop in the Ramona valley.
The town was first called "Nuevo", due to another town to the north that was called Ramona. However, the other town did not flourish, and when it was finally abandoned the present-day Ramona took that name.
In 1886, the town's first house next to Amos' store, the Verlaque house, located at 645 Main Street in Ramona, is now home to the Ramona Pioneer Historical Society and its Guy B. Woodward Museum, and in 1991 was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally built as a store and post office on a two-acre tract on the road to Julian.
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