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San Diego househunters will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from in San Diego, as well as the variety of houses, condos, and townhomes available. Whether looking for the most walkable neighborhood, a panoramic ocean view, single story living, or top-rated schools we are ready to help you find your dream home in La Jolla, Del Mar, Rancho Santa Fe, Coronado, Mission Hills, Point Loma, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, and beyond.
Renowned for its beautiful landscape, truly exceptional weather and plethora of unparalleled real estate options, living in San Diego is a dream of many. Whether you’re looking to relocate to the area, want to purchase a vacation home along the coast or are simply moving across town, understanding the San Diego real estate market and its offerings is a great place to start!
With so much to offer, the San Diego real estate market is quite diverse. It is comprised of a variety of neighborhoods and communities, housing styles, price points and more. North County San Diego offers many spectacular luxury properties and no areas typify luxury more than La Jolla, Del Mar, Coronado, and Rancho Santa Fe. These four areas offer prime San Diego real estate from the ranch to the beach.
San Diego is one of the safest cities in California. As the second largest city in the state and the 8th largest city in the U.S., that is saying a lot. According to San Diego crime statistics, property damage is the most prevalent crime in the area and even property damage is 15 percentage points below the average of any other city in California.
While living in San Diego can be quite expensive compared to other parts of the country, the economy is stronger, the education system top rated, and the housing market is more stable compared to other parts of the country. When you add the unbelievable weather and wealth of amenities, there is hardly a better place to live anywhere.
Besides boasting neighborhoods brimming with top quality San Diego real estate, the community also offers a wonderland of recreational activities including:
- Picturesque Nature Trails
- Prime Surfing
- Local Fishing Spots
- Coastal Views
- Leisurely Sailing
- Hang Gliding off the Bluffs
Currently, the median home value in San Diego hovers around the $500,000 mark, although prices vary drastically depending on location, age and size of the home, proximity to the ocean, amenities and more. If you’re interested in a specific San Diego neighborhood, the Aumann Bender & Associates team encourages you to contact them so they can provide you with up-to-the-minute neighborhood pricing.
Nearly everyone in San Diego will tell you they have met at least one person who came to San Diego for a visit and never left. It is easy to understand once you see this extraordinary city in person.
Carmel Mountain Ranch
When searching Carmel Mountain Ranch homes for sale you will find Carmel Mountain Ranch is a master planned community in 92128 located south of Rancho Bernardo, west of Poway, and north of Sabre Springs. Carmel Mountain Ranch was originally developed in the 1980's with single family homes, townhomes, and condos in the Poway School District. Carmel Mountain Ranch's Highland Ranch Park has the tallest slides at any public park in San Diego, a rock wall, zip line, and a huge 3D climbing web.
When searching Torrey Highlands homes for sale you will find it's located north of the Del Mar Mesa Preserve. Torrey Highlands real estate includes neighborhoods in three San Diego zip codes 92129, 92127, and 92130. Homes in Torrey Higlands are located off of Highway 56 on the western side of Rancho Penasquitos 92129, small southern area of San Diego 92127, and the far east side of Carmel Valley. Torrey Highlands is in the Poway school district. Torrey Highlands residents attend Willow Grove Elementary School and Deer Canyon Elementary School, Black Mountain Middle School, and Westview High School. The neighborhoods within Torrey Highlands include Montea, Cortina Torrey Highlands Village, Torrey Glenn, Maricel, The Monet Collection, Cabrera, Montellano, Codero, Valonia, Latitude.
Maricel is a gated collection of forty one single family residences built by Davidson Communities in 2012 with indoor outdoor California rooms. Residents in Maricel attend Willow Grove Elementary, Black Mountain Middle School and Westview High School, Poway school district.
When searching homes for sale College Grove San Diego you will find College Grove is located south of highway 8 and surrounds the SDSU (San Diego State University). There’s a nearby City Heights Farmer’s Market Saturday mornings on Wightman St. between Fairmount and 43rd Street. The primary shopping area is College Grove Center now called Marketplace at the Grove. Opened in 1960, College Grove Center was one of the first shopping malls in the country and was the first shopping mall in San Diego.
Living In College Grove
Nearby tiny Chollas Lake allows children 15 years of age or younger to fish at no cost. Residents who live in College Grove can join the College Neighborhoods Foundation (CNF), an organization that helps enhance the quality of life in the area. Students who live in College Grove attend schools in the San Diego Unified School District including Carver Elementary, Rolando Park Elementary, Marin Middle School, and Crawford High School. College Grove neighborhoods are Collwood Manor, El Cerrito, Dennstedt Point, College Area, Redwood Village, and Rolando Park all near SDSU.
When searching Del Cerro homes for sale you will find an affluent, hillside neighborhood in east San Diego County north of Interstate 8 and bordered by nearby communities of Allied Gardens, San Carlos, and Lake Murray. It is adjacent to San Diego State University and close to the western end of Mission Trails Regional Park. Development began in the 1960s and new development plans are in place for a housing project for faculty and staff of San Diego State University. Annual events include a block party with live music, food, and entertainment. Students attend schools in the San Diego Unified School District, including Phoebe A. Hearst Elementary School and Patrick Henry High School. Students have an option to attend nearby St. Therese Academy, a private Catholic school. Residents enjoy the quiet neighborhoods and have easy access to freeways, Lake Murray, and parks. Some homes have panoramic views.
Kensington is an upscale neighborhood full of history with a small town feel. The neighborhood was originally founded and developed by the Kensington Park Land Company in 1910 and named after a district west of London. Most of the streets have English origins. The walkable business district on Adams Avenue is the heart of the neighborhood with a neon sign and is filled with shops, dining, and local businesses. Families and visitors can support local businesses at Stehly Farms Market, Kensington Cafe, and experience the neighborhood’s local library and theater. Annual events include the Memorial Day Parade and Fourth of July Block Party/Street Basketball Tournament. Kensington is well known for its unique, Spanish revival Craftsman and bungalow style homes and quiet neighborhood.
When searching homes for sale Linda Vista San Diego you will find a small community that lies on a mesa overlooking Mission Valley. Old Linda Vista was established in 1886 but was destroyed by the flood in 1916. During World War II, the community made an effort to provide housing for aircraft workers and built 3,001 homes in 200 days in 1941. Thus, most homes were built during this time period. Annual events include the multi-cultural fair and parade. Linda Vista has its own community centers, library, and plenty of restaurants with cuisine from all over the world. Linda Vista is home to the University of San Diego, a prestigious private Roman Catholic University. The community is part of the San Diego Unified School District serving students at Kearny High School, Mark Twain Senior High, Linda Vista Elementary School, and more. Francis W. Parker School, a college preparatory independent day school in the community and Holy Family Catholic School are also located in the community as other options. Neighborhoods include Chesterton, which serves E6 to E9 service members and families. Communities within Linda Vista include Park Mesa, North Rim, Mission Heights, Fashion Valley, Hyatt Street, Mannon Terrace, and University Canyon West.
When searching homes for sale in Valley Center CA you will find Valley Center a census-designated place CDP in San Diego County, features the one thousand nine hundred seven acre Hellhole Canyon Preserve which offers thirteen and a half miles of moderate to advanced trail opportunities. Valley Center offers an opportunity to live in a community with a more rural feel , while still being minutes away from all North San Diego County has to offer. In Valley Center you will find homes with larger yards, sometimes several acres, many with beautiful views and opportunities to keep horses on your property or grow avocados and grapes. Old Castle Road is a picturesque way to travel up the hill to Valley Center. You will pass equestrian ranches and sprawling ranch homes. Valley Center is not a city of cookie cutter homes, but has developed over the years as a community of custom homes of all sizes. The development of the city is very organic but Valley Center can be loosely divided into three areas: Pauma Valley, Ridge Creek and Paradise Mountain Rd/ Lake Wohlford.
Valley Center Golf
Valley Center has several country clubs, including Pauma Valley Country Club, Skyline Ranch Country Club and Woods Valley. Valley Center is a wonderful place to live for a golf aficionado, as the sun shines almost 365 days a year. The small town country feel of Valley Centers main street adds to the charm of the area. Here you will find local shopping, restaurants and medical services. In the Fall Bates Nut Farm is the top destination in the county for all things pumpkin. Locals travel to Valley Center to visit the Country store to buy nuts, local honey and sample fudge before picking the pumpkin and gourds of the season from the vast pumpkin patch. Is outside recreation important to you? Valley Center is close to many places to hike, fish and explore the outdoors. Dixon Lake offers fishing, campgrounds, boat rentals and concessions. Lake Wohlford offers amazing views as you fish for bass, bluegill and trout. Daley Ranch is an 3,058 acre conservation habitat where you can hike, mountain bike or ride your horse to explore the 6 different trails. Valley Center is the perfect community to find your rural paradise whether you are looking for a california ranch house or a luxury home with amazing views, it’s a little piece of paradise.
Sabre Springs is an active Pardee Homes master planned community of San Diego 92128 west of Poway, south of Carmel Mountain Ranch, east of Rancho Peñasquitos, and north of Scripps Ranch. Sabre Springs is part of the Poway school district and home to blue ribbon award winning Morning Creek Elementary School. Notable businesses such as General Atomics, Bridgepoint Education, and Hospira are located in Sabre Springs.
Serra Mesa is an affordable San Diego community home to three parks including the Serra Mesa Recreation Center. The Serra Mesa Recreation Center has aquatics programs, tennis, and a skate park. Named after Father Junipero Serra, a Franciscan Friar and founder of Mission San Diego de Alcala, Serra Mesa is next to Kearny Mesa, Tierrasanta, & Birdland. Schools in Serra Mesa include Will Angier Elementary School, Harry M. Wegeforth Elementary School, John Paul Jones Elementary School, Ellwood P. Cubberley Elementary School, Benito Juarez Elementary School, and William Howard Taft Middle School. Students in Serra Mesa are assigned to Kearny High School.
Valley Center Neighborhoods
Valley center offers several gated communities including Schaffer Ranch, Woods Valley, The Ranch, and Hill Top Winery and Estates. The homes in Woods Valley start in the $550’s and go up to close to a million. Buyers can find newly built homes in The Ranch starting in the $800’s going up to the low millions. You will find luxury homes over million in the Hill Top Winery development. Hill Top Winery and Estates offers a luxury community with outstanding views of the surrounding 20 acre winery. Hill Top winery has a tasting room and is a destination for special events and weddings. The Woods Valley community offers newer homes surrounding the Woods Valley 18 hole championship course. The club has a pro shop and offers professional lessons. Valley Center high end neighborhoods include Cool Valley Ranch Estates, Circle R, Couser Canyon North SD County, Mesa Verde, Old Castle, Cedar Trails, Ricks Ranch Road, Paradise Mountain, Palos Tierra, Sky Ranch Estates, and Old Castle Estates. Duffywood Estates is a gated collection of seven custom estates located within an organic orange grove.
When searching Talmadge San Diego homes for sale you will find Talmadge is a neighborhood in the mid-city region of San Diego that was established in 1925. It is bordered by Fairmount Avenue to the west, Montezuma/Collwood Blvd to the northeast, and El Cajon Boulevard to the south. Talmadge is named after 3 Hollywood silent film actresses and sisters, Norma, Natalie, and Constance. After starting the Talmadge Park Real Estate Development in 1927, streets are named for each of the sisters. The traffic circle in Talmadge marks the heart of the neighborhood, and the Talmadge Historic Gates that were designed in the 1920s by Frank Carlson mark the boundary of the original Talmadge Park housing development. This quiet and close knit community holds annual events including the Halloween parade, block parties, art shows, and Christmas caroling. Homes in Talmadge have Spanish Revival, California bungalow, Cape Code cottage, Normandy, and World War II Era cottage architectural influences. Talmadge also has a newer senior community, the Talmadge Gateway, which is a 60 unit studio apartment complex for at-risk seniors. Students who live in Talmadge attend schools in the San Diego Unified School District including Fay Elementary, Mann Middle School, and Crawford High School.