Point Loma is a costal community of San Diego located on a hilly peninsula bordered on the west and south by the Pacific Ocean and the east by the San Diego Bay. The name Point Loma derives from Loma, the Spanish word for hill, the area boast some of the most beautiful views of Downtown San Diego, San Diego County and the Islands off the San Diego coast. On the west side of the peninsula along the Pacific Ocean there are sandy cliffs called Sunset Cliffs. On the east side the land gradually...

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Mission Beach is a community of San Diego located on a two mile sandbar with the Pacific Ocean to the West and Mission Bay to the east. With nearly two miles of ocean front and many entertainment options Mission Beach is a popular beach destination in the City of San Diego. A boardwalk runs along the beaches on both the ocean and bay sides of the community leading into Pacific Beach to the North. The community is divided into South Mission, a peninsula, and North Mission. At the south end of...

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The highly coveted coastal community of Lower Hermosa is considered prime real estate. Lower Hermosa is exclusive to beautiful homes that are ocean front, on the scenic cliffs or built near the sandy beaches of La Jolla. Located just south of Windansea beach and north of the Bird Rock area, homes can be often priced around the $2-$10+ million dollar price point. The more commanding the sweeping coastal views, the higher the price. Amenities: Ocean Views, close to the beach, custom...

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Rancho Santa Fe is a luxury ranch community located four miles inland from the Pacific Ocean in northern San Diego County. The City of Solana Beach in located to the west and Downtown San Diego is twenty miles south. Forbes reported Rancho Santa Fe as having the sixth most expensive ZIP code in the United States, with a median home sale price of $3,362,000. RSF gained popularity between World War I and World War II, especially following the construction of the Del Mar Racetrack. Bing Crosby...

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Pacific Beach is a seaside neighborhood within the city of San Diego; La Jolla is located to the north, Mission Beach to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. A popular location for surfers, and college students, the population is becoming older, more professional, and more affluent due to rising property and rental costs. “P.B.,” as it is known as by local residents, is home to one of San Diego’s larger nightlife scenes, with many bars, eateries, and clothing stores. A golden...

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The “Village” is located in the heart of La Jolla amidst the fine restaurants, numerous art galleries, and cultural centers that define this coastal city. As the oldest section of La Jolla, the “Village” could be characterized as the cultural epicenter of this vibrant beach community. The history of this neighborhood stretches back to 1888 when San Diego residents began to build weekend beach cottages. Since that time, this section of La Jolla has grown into a community of over 2,000...

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The community of La Jolla Shores is one of the oldest and most prominent that La Jolla has to offer. First settled in the early 1900’s, this area features sprawling custom homes, quaint beach cottages, and luxury condominiums with superb views of the Pacific Ocean and La Jolla Cove. The community of La Jolla Shores is located in the northern part of La Jolla above the mile long crescent of beach that makes up Scripps beach and La Jolla Shores. As one of the calmest and flattest beach areas...

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The exclusive community of Muirlands is known for its panoramic views, breath-taking estates, and multi-million dollar real estate. Located on the western slopes of Mount Soledad amid winding roads and gorgeous estates, Muirlands boasts views and an elegance that few other communities can hope to rival. The Muirlands community is often recognized as one of the oldest and largest communities in the La Jolla area. Spacious estates with sweeping views characterize the “upper” potion of the...

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A popular residential area with some superb views from the slopes of the hill overlooking La Jolla Shores (very reminiscent of the Mediterranean!). This area is popular for the easy freeway and University access. Homes: Homes in the Cliffridge area were built from the 1960’s onwards and typically sell for about $1,250,000 to $2,000,000 for 3/4 bedroom 2 bath 1,700 to 3,500 sq ft. Those on the hill with a view of the North Shore will sell from at least $2,000,000 and up. Condos:...

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The community of La Jolla Farms is known for its stunning views, gorgeous estates, and large ocean lots. Located directly above Black’s beach, residents are privy to sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, Blacks beach surf, and downtown La Jolla. La Jolla Farms is located in the northern corner of La Jolla on the bluffs of Black’s beach. Sandwiched between UCSD and the Pacific Ocean, the neighborhood is primarily comprised of successful professionals who can afford multimillion dollar...

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Country Club is the luxurious La Jolla community which skirts the exclusive La Jolla Country Club. The La Jolla Country Club is an 18-hole private golf course that was designed in 1928 by William Bell. Homes in the Country Club neighborhood are known for the dramatic views that encompass both the Pacific Ocean and the golf course. The community is conveniently tucked away among the canyons on the slopes of Mount Soledad offering residents privacy and a coastal ambiance. Some of the homes...

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In many ways the community of Bird Rock is often thought of as a small town within the city of La Jolla. Geographically, it is located in the southernmost section of La Jolla and borders Tourmaline in Pacific Beach. Bird Rock derives its name from the large white rock situated in the Pacific Ocean on which marine birds roost. Bird Rock is also known for the numerous surfing and diving spots along the coastline. Bird Rock also has its own thriving commercial area with quaint shops and world...

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The Beach Barber area of La Jolla is an interesting mix of home styles, all within easy walking distance of the beach. Some local La Jolla shops and restaurants. Homes: Prices for homes start at around $950,000 for about 1,000 square feet to the east of La Jolla Boulevard. Homes to the west of the Boulevard significantly higher, anything on the ocean is in the millions (2 or 3 plus). Condos: Some small developments plus Villa La Jolla (2 blocks to the beach) prices from $350,000 for a one...

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The community of La Jolla Alta is unique within La Jolla in that it is primarily made up of Planned Residential Developments. The community is located on the south slope of Mount Soledad and is known for the spectacular views of the ocean, bay, and city lights. La Jolla Alta does consist of some pockets of custom built homes, which are usually built upon larger lots. The roads within the neighborhood were planned to cascade down the slope in an attempt to maximize the ocean and city views of...

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Del Mar is yet another gem located along San Diego’s northern coast. It is comprised of two square miles of coastal land and has a population of approximately 4500. As with most beach communities in San Diego, Del Mar’s climate remains wonderful all year long, with average temperatures ranging between 64 and 78 degrees. Del Mar features picturesque ocean views, stunning architectural designs and a wonderful downtown area, infused with elegant shops and restaurants.

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