The Call of Coronado
Sure, it’s known as Coronado Island. But this renowned San Diego beachfront city actually sits on a peninsula. OK, so much for minor details. The real important thing about Coronado is that it’s a fantastic place to hang your hat. Work, play, relax, or just plain live it up in high style. These are the things that come easily when you’re on the ‘island’.
It’s hard not to fall in love with the place. The sights, the sounds, the call of irresistible comfort and luxury. It’s all here in great abundance. The big highlight, of course, is the endless stretch of powdery beach. We’re talking soft, silky sand that you can just melt into as you gaze blissfully at a dramatic sweep of glistening blue Pacific Ocean.
Among Coronado’s prime beachfront destinations, Coronado City Beach has carved out a special place. Depending on your mood and energy level, City Beach is a wonderful place for walking, jogging, swimming, boogie boarding, boating, volleyball playing, kite flying, surfing, and major loafing in the warmth of a golden sun. By the way, there’s no need to worry about feeling cramped. Coronado City Beach is one of the widest around. So you’ll always have leg room to spare.
To complete the picture, Coronado has thrown in a rich assortment of parks, museums, theaters, shopping areas, and special events.
If you’re thinking this is the place to set up permanent residence, here are a few handy facts that will lay the groundwork for an informed trip into the marketplace. Coronado has an average price per square foot of $785. On the sales side, $1, 218,000 was the average sales price of a Coronado home.