La Jolla Homes For Sale
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The seaside community of La Jolla is nestled along a curve of the Southern California coastline. With 7 miles of white sandy beaches, residents of La Jolla are in a perfect position to enjoy all the perks of oceanfront living. La Jolla’s coastline includes a mixture of rocky shores and sandy beaches. The rocky shores are popular with photographers – the steady stream of waves crashing into the natural rock formations is the perfect backdrop for a photo.
La Jolla has a population of just over 40,000 residents. This mid sized community is home to a diverse population that includes residents of all ages and all walks of life. La Jolla is situated between Pacific Beach and Del Mar, two other coastal communities known for their upscale living and luxurious homes and condos. La Jolla’s towering hills and cliffs are covered with winding roads lined with upscale homes. These ocean view hills offer La Jolla’s wealthier residents the opportunity to look out over the Pacific Ocean from their own front porch.
Torrey Pines Golf Course is best known for the Farmers Insurance Open. This PGA Tour event was formerly known as the Buick Invitational and it has attracted top players to the area for years. The golf course is owned and operated by the city of San Diego. This public course boasts 36 challenging holes, some of which overlook the nearby Pacific Ocean and its rocky beaches. This golf course is as beautiful as it is challenging, making it a must play course for any golf enthusiast in the area. As a whole, the residents of La Jolla are very involved in their community.
Various aspects of day-to-day life are overseen by the La Jolla Community Planning Association —a group that is responsible for the management of several other government agencies like the city council, the City Planning Department, and the Planning Commission. Another prominent government group is the La Jolla Town Council, a nonprofit organization that is made up of residents and business owners who want their voices to be heard. La Jolla also includes neighborhood centered groups such as the Bird Rock Community Council and the La Jolla Shores Association as well as service clubs like the Social Service League of La Jolla and La Jolla Woman’s Club. If you are interested in living in an upscale neighborhood filled with opportunities to get involved in your community, the seaside gem of La Jolla might be the right choice for you.
The median list price for homes in La Jolla, CA is just over $2.1 million. When the properties in La Jolla were compared to similar homes in other parts of the United States, this price point was found to make La Jolla one of the most expensive, if not the most expensive, neighborhoods in the country. The properties here have a median list price of over $800 per square foot, a figure that is about $400 higher than the San Diego average. While the home prices in other areas of San Diego have dropped slightly in recent years, the homes in La Jolla have continued to appreciate. Experts predict that this slow, steady appreciation will continue into 2017, making the real estate in La Jolla a fairly stable long-term investment. The real estate in La Jolla is surprisingly diverse, with the most expensive properties in La Jolla selling for more than 10 times the price of some of the other, smaller homes. In addition to the large, upscale estate style homes in La Jolla, the city also has several fantastic communities of luxury condos. These communities of condos and townhomes include neighborhoods that are made up of newly constructed properties as well as older, pre existing communities of condos and townhomes. One such community is in the Bird Rock district, a unique little area that includes a blend of shops, restaurants, and businesses. This neighborhood hosts frequent community events such as Halloween Window Painting, a 4th of July parade, and a Susan G. Komen Cancer Walk. Other popular neighborhoods include La Jolla Shores, the Village of La Jolla, La Jolla Village, the Upper Hermosa, and more. For more information on the homes and condos for sale in these great neighborhoods, call or email our team. We will be happy to answer any questions you might have about La Jolla, Del Mar, or any of the other nearby communities. Our team at Aumann Bender & Associates is just a phone call away.
Other Notable La Jolla Neighborhoods
La Jolla Country Club
Fairway is the most prime street within the Country Club neighborhood. Residences do not have direct golf course frontage, however are across the street from Fairway which is a dead end road. The La Jolla Country Club is a private par-72 golf course for players of all levels. The course designed by William Bell opened in 1927 and its hilly Kikuyu grass fairways and small fast greens cover 6,713 yards. Residences are tiered and offer panoramic golf course, and ocean views. Other streets within the Country Club neighborhood include Encelia Drive, Romero Drive, Brodiaea Way, Romero Court, Remley Place, Carrizo Drive, Country Club Drive, La Jolla Knolls Drive, Al Bahr Drive, Kearsarge Road, Crespo Street, Mecca Drive, and Valdes Drive.
The Upper Hermosa neighborhood is located east of La Jolla Boulevard. Upper Hermosa is a quiet tree lined residential neighborhood, tiered up offering ocean views. Upper Hermosa is relatively flat with the La Jolla bike path running though Upper Hermosa, up towards La Jolla Middle School and La Jolla High School. Architecture in Upper Hermosa is primarily Cape Cod, Spanish Mediterranean, California Ranch, and most recently new builds are being developed as Contemporary.
Lower Hermosa is an exclusive neighborhood built in the 1920's with two hundred sixty homes along palm lined streets in Olde La Jolla. Located west of La Jolla Blvd, Lower Hermosa begins at Palmoar Ave south of Windansea Beach, and ends at North Bird Rock. The Street of Dreams, Camino De La Costa, runs along the Pacific ocean with oceanfront estates along the cliffs, and ocean view homes on the east side of the street. Lower Hermosa is one of the only beach close neighborhoods in La Jolla with larger estate sized lots and sidewalk lined wide streets.
La Jolla Hillside Neigbhorhoods
Along Soledad Mountain Road, the Soledad South neighborhood is located to the southeastern side of Mount Soledad. Soledad South communities include gated Windemere and Ridgegate, and non gated Mount La Jolla. Homes in Soledad South have hill, back country, San Diego city lights, bay, and ocean views. The southwest side of Mt. Soledad has the Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial representing all branches of military service. Nautilus Street connects Mt Soledad with La Jolla Village. Via Capri offers easy freeway access from the Soledad area.
Soledad South in La Jolla is located southeast of Mt. Soledad, and the real estate is east and west of Soledad Mountain Rd. Soledad South neighborhoods include gated communities Windemere and Ridgegate and the non gated area of Mt. La Jolla. Homes in Soledad South have both bay and southwest ocean views.
Mount La Jolla
Mount La Jolla on the southwest side of Soledad Mountain, has two hundred thirty four units. Amenities within Mount La Jolla include four swimming pools, four jacuzzis/spas, four saunas, four tennis courts, clubhouse, and newly remodeled in 2014 fitness center and library.
La Jolla Summit
La Jolla Summit is a wooded community situated at the peak of Mount Soledad. There are one hundred and forty five detached single family homes with ocean, and golf course views. The La Jolla Summit community has two swimming pools, spa, tennis courts, racquetball court, gym & rec room.
Colony Hill consisting of forty one homes located in the Mount Soledad area of La Jolla overlooking La Jolla Shores. Floorplans consist of three, four, and five bedrooms with 1907-3488 estimated square feet. Colony Hill community amenities include a pool.
Harbor Heights is east of Kate Sessions Park in La Jolla 92037 CA. Streets within Harbor Heights include Edgeworth Road, Belloc Court, Harbor Heights Road, Balfour Court, Crownhill Road, Blackmore Court, and the southern most portion of Soledad Mountain Road.
La Jolla Mesa
La Jolla Mesa is on the southern slope of Mount Soledad. Built in the 1960’s and 1970’s, homes in the La Jolla Mesa have views of the San Diego skyline, Coronado, Mission Bay, and white water surf.
Soledad Corona Estates
Soledad Corona Estates are located off of Soledad Road on a canyon rim with picturesque views of the ocean.
La Jolla Heights
La Jolla Heights homes are located east of La Jolla Shores. The neighborhood runs south of La Jolla Village Drive, west of Gilman Drive, along Torrey Pines Road, and north of La Jolla Parkway. Zoned for La Jolla Elementary School, and conveniently located near the La Jolla YMCA, with quick access to La Jolla Shores, the La Jolla Heights neighborhood is a collection of townhomes and single family residences. Lots on the west side of La Jolla Scenic North have amazing ocean views, and those on the east side have nightlight and mountain views. La Jolla Heights is also referred to as the La Jolla Shores Heights area. The three planned neighborhoods within La Jolla Heights are two townhome communities Ardath, and La Jolla Shores Heights, and La Jolla Woods a single family residence community.
La Jolla Alta
When searching homes for sale La Jolla Alta you will find panoramic ocean, Mission Bay and Downtown San Diego city night light views. Often referred to as La Jolla Alta South and consisting of five planned developments of over six hundred residences Crystal Bay, Emerald Cove, Ventana, and Eldorado I & II, make up the La Jolla Alta community, some of the most affordable real estate in La Jolla.
The La Jolla Alta North area are custom homes on larger lots. La Jolla Alta community amenities include a lounge, library, gym, a heated lap pool, heated rec pool, and five tennis courts. Mt Soledad provides immediate access to shops and dining in Pacific Beach and Bird Rock, and relatively faster freeway access than most of La Jolla.
El Dorado I and El Dorado II
Built in the late 1977, El Dorado 1 and 2 is a gated community in a parklike setting of single level and two story residences with attached garages. The residences in El Dorado 1 are duplex style, while El Dorado 2 are condominiums. Premiere El Dorado lots have bay and canyon views. Residents have access to an El Dorado pool and spa, as well as La Jolla Alta community amenities.
Built in 1986, Ventana is a gated community of one hundred sixty eight residences with two car garages. Ventana has six different model floorplans. Residences feature sky lights, private rear and side yards with secure fencing, breakfast nooks, dramatic vaults and coffered ceilings, multiple fireplaces and classic French doors.