Bay Ho Homes For Sale
In the tiny enclave of Bay Ho there are an inordinate number of amenities for such a small community with a population of just under 14K. Research real estate market trends and find Bay Ho homes for sale. Search for new homes, open houses, recently sold homes, and recent price reductions in Bay Ho San Diego. To change how the search is displayed, click the gray button next to "Sort" to display houses in Bay Ho by price, number of bedrooms, or days on the market.
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Bay Ho is the northwest portion of Clairemont.When searching for Bay Ho homes for sale you will find talk about finding everything you need in one spot. Located between the 5 to the west, the 52 to the north and Route 274 to the south, Bay Ho is one of the smaller neighborhoods within San Diego but you wouldn’t know it.
Bay Ho Community
In this itty bitty section of San Diego there are: More than a Dozen Grocery Stores Nearly Two Dozen Restaurants 15 Fitness Centers 20 Retail Shops 20 Schools And More It is the reason why arevibes.com gave Bay Ho an A+ rating for amenities. You could literally do all of your grocery shopping, pay your bills, buy clothes, go out to eat, workout and never leave the neighborhood. Public transportation abounds in Bay Ho from the Trolley to the MTS, there are 20 different public transportation stops within the small neighborhood. It has a livability rating of 81 and is one of San Diego’s highest ranked communities at #28.
Living in Bay Ho
Most residents in Bay Ho earn a good living. The Median household income according to the last census is above $75K which is nearly 20% higher than San Diego overall though the cost of living is 4% higher than the San Diego average. Unemployment is low and most workers have a minimal to no commute. Of course, the weather is impeccable as it is in most parts of San Diego but affording housing in Bay Ho is a bit more expensive than the average costs whether renting or buying. However when factoring the type of space and amenities that come with living in Bay Ho, the higher housing prices balance out. Plus homes have a higher resale value in Bay Ho than greater San Diego with a median value of close to half a million dollars. Bay Ho lacks a bit of the diversity that the majority of San Diego has but homeowners rarely move once they move here. In fact, on average, homeowners have lived in Bay Ho for more than 25 years, almost ten years longer than San Diegans as a whole.
Bay Ho Schools
Schools in Bay Ho Bay Ho scores big for its schools. With a graduation rate above 90%, a full 7% higher than San Diego County, the schools in Bay Ho are excelling. They boast an excellent student-teacher ratio of just over 14 to 1, which is nearly 30% lower than most schools in San Diego. There are two elementary schools within the community of Bay Ho and the John Muir Magnate School serves K-12 students and has a B rating on niche.com. As part of the San Diego Unified School District parents have their choice to go to local area schools or to other nearby schools in the district.
Bay Ho Recreation
There are five public parks within Bay Ho alone. There you will find a recreation center where little leaguers do their best impressions of their favorite Padres players at Little Padres Baseball Field, basketball and tennis courts, and an off-leash dog park. Young children love visiting Gershwin Park where they can play all day long at the playground and offers BBQ areas for picnics and other social gatherings. Two national parks make up the southern boundary of Bay Ho: Tecolote Canyon and Marian Bear Memorial Park. In addition to the immediate conveniences within the community, Bay Ho is in a prime location for partiers looking for a good time out on the town. Hop on the 5 freeway to downtown San Diego and PB or drive five minutes west to enjoy the beaches.
Bay Ho Condos
Bay Ho Condos is a 174 unit condominium complex located on Huerfano Avenue and was built in 1972. The condos are single story and range from studios to three bedrooms units with a private balcony. Complex amenities include a pool, spa, laundry facilities, recreation room, fitness room, and barbecues.
Bayview Terrace is a condominium complex located on Huerfano Avenue and has over 80 units. Built in 1970, the condos are single story and range from studios to two bedroom units with a private balcony. Complex amenities include a pool, spa, and barbecues.
Canyon Haven is a 74 unit townhome complex located on Balboa Terrace and was built in 1982. The townhomes are three stories with two to three bedrooms, attached garage, laundry room, fireplace, and private patio area. Complex amenities include a pool and spa.
Canyon Rim is a 195 unit townhome complex located on Ariane Drive and was built in the 1980s. The townhomes are three stories with one to two bedrooms, private patios, a balcony, fireplace, and attached garage. Complex amenities include a pool, spa, recreation area, tennis courts, and barbecues.
Pacific Racquet Club
Pacific Racquet Club is a 139 unit townhome complex that was built in 1981. The townhomes are three stories with two bedrooms, a fireplace, private patio, and balcony. Complex amenities include a pool and spa.
Stonehaven is a 150 unit townhome complex that was built in 1978. The townhomes are two stories with two to four bedrooms, an attached garage, fireplace, private balcony, and yard. Complex amenities include a pool, spa, and tennis courts.