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Coronado

Coronado (Spanish for “crowned one”) is a resort city across the San Diego Bay from downtown San Diego. It lies on a peninsula connected to the mainland by a 10-mile tambolo called the Silver Strand. The city is accessible from downtown San Diego via the Coronado Bridge, by ferry boat, or by water taxi. World-famous Hotel del Coronado (founded in 1888), nationally top-rated beaches, and historic homes are Coronado’s jewels. The city is also home to numerous restaurants, cafes, boutiques, two theaters, a golf course, a yacht club, and several marinas. Coronado – also known as the Crown City or Coronado Island – is one of the most expensive places to reside in the United States.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 169
  • High Sold Price: $15,000,000
  • Low Sold Price: $799,000
  • Median Sold Price: $2,100,000
  • Median List Price: $2,229,000
  • Median Market Days: 54

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 101
  • High Sold Price: $5,175,000
  • Low Sold Price: $585,000
  • Median Sold Price: $1,260,000
  • Median List Price: $1,270,000
  • Median Market Days: 33

Source: San Diego MLS

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Historic Properties

Coronado is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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La Jolla

La Jolla (Spanish for “the Jewel”) is a hilly seaside resort community within the City of San Diego, occupying 7 miles of curving coastline along the Pacific Ocean. What started as a getaway spot for San Diegans craving sea air and stunning views, got its official start in 1887. Hollywood stars flocked to La Jolla in the 1920s and ’30s, and when the University of California San Diego (UCSD) came in the mid-1960s, La Jolla was established as a hub for innovation and scholarship. In addition to UCSD, La Jolla is home the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Salk Institute, Stephen Birch Aquarium and Museum, La Jolla Playhouse, Mount Soledad National Veterans Memorial, Torrey Pines Gliderport, and the Torrey Pines Golf Course. The community is well known for its beautiful beaches, breathtaking views, an array of water activities, upscale boutiques, import shops, art galleries, fine restaurants, elite hotels, and premier real estate.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 331
  • High Sold Price: $24,000,000
  • Low Sold Price: $990,000
  • Median Sold Price: $2,025,000
  • Median List Price: $2,100,000
  • Median Market Days: 36

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 333
  • High Sold Price: $7,351,577
  • Low Sold Price: $269,000
  • Median Sold Price: $693,000
  • Median List Price: $699,000
  • Median Market Days: 15

Source: San Diego MLS

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Historic Properties

La Jolla is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. It is also home to the El Pueblo Ribera Historic District. La Jolla’s historic properties – within or outside the historic district – may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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Pacific Beach & Mission Beach

Established in 1887, Pacific Beach (aka “P.B.”) is one of San Diego’s oldest suburbs. The neighboring community of Mission Beach was developed in 1914. Pacific Beach’s namesake stretches for miles from the Mission Bay jetty to the cliffs of La Jolla. Residents and visitors flock to the 3.2-mile oceanfront boardwalk and the adjacent Crystal Pier. In addition to stretching along the Pacific Ocean, P.B. and Mission Beach border the recreational Mission Bay Park – the largest man-made aquatic park in the country. The P.B.-Mission Beach area is dotted with parks, restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops. It is home to a younger crowd, including college students, single professionals, and families. Due to rising property and rental costs the population is gradually becoming older and more affluent. The real estate includes old-style cottages, condos, as well as upscale houses with spectacular ocean, bay, and city views.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 181
  • High Sold Price: $5,275,000
  • Low Sold Price: $650,000
  • Median Sold Price: $1,250,000
  • Median List Price: $1,275,000
  • Median Market Days: 27

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 248
  • High Sold Price: $2,625,000
  • Low Sold Price: $250,000
  • Median Sold Price: $561,722
  • Median List Price: $575,000
  • Median Market Days: 16

Source: San Diego MLS

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Point Loma & Ocean Beach

Point Loma is a seaside community within the City of San Diego, located on a hilly peninsula. It is historically important as the landing place of the first European expedition to come ashore in 1542. The Cabrillo National Monument and the Old Point Loma Lighthouse are notable landmarks. Sunset Cliffs on the western side of the peninsula is a popular spot for watching the ocean and sunset. On the Bay side of the peninsula, there are three yacht clubs, several marinas, and a commercial sport fishing dock. Liberty Station (the site of the former Naval Training Center) is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This 361-acre area now boasts several distinct districts: a retail and commercial district, a promenade focused on nonprofit activities, an educational district, a residential district, a hotel district, an office district, and a park/open space area along the waterfront. Point Loma features homes with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, downtown San Diego, and the bay. Some areas are populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic. The Point Loma peninsula also includes a small beach community of Ocean Beach (aka “O.B.”). Ocean Beach features a Dog Beach, the longest concrete pier on the west coast, a large weekly Farmer’s Market, and an eclectic variety of antique stores, shops, restaurants, bars, and cafes. It contains the Ocean Beach Cottage Emerging Historic District consisting of various Craftsman bungalows, cottages, and other structures built from 1887 till 1931.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 351
  • High Sold Price: $10,000,000
  • Low Sold Price: $526,000
  • Median Sold Price: $1,145,000
  • Median List Price: $1,165,000
  • Median Market Days: 18

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 106
  • High Sold Price: $1,537,000
  • Low Sold Price: $240,750
  • Median Sold Price: $512,450
  • Median List Price: $517,400
  • Median Market Days: 12

Source: San Diego MLS

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Historic Properties

Point Loma is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties – within or outside the emerging historic district – may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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Coming Soon Listings

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Buying & Selling Tips

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