This elegant light, bright condo is on a small cul de sac in La Jolla Woods I. It has many newer items including the beautiful wood flooring throughout the main level. T...
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La Jolla, with a population of about 40,000, is a small beachfront community within the city limits of San Diego. The luxurious community boasts one of California's most beautiful coastlines and has some of America's most expensive real estate, for good reason. The climate, schools, views, and lifestyle are among the finest anywhere. The area is home to The University of California San Diego, Torrey Pines Golf Course, The Salk Institute, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, spectacular public beaches, and more.
The Beach Barber Tract is located just south of the Village, and has many historic homes which qualify for the Mills Act. Close to the secluded WindanSea Beach and La Jolla High School, Beach Barber Tract homes for sale provide for an upscale yet casual approach to fine living.
Bird Rock is one of the most popular locations for family living. Streets are lined with mature trees and landscaping providing a pastoral neighborhood feel, while being a short walk to quality restaurants and amenities along La Jolla Boulevard.
Named after the private, William P. Bell designed La Jolla Country Club, Country Club homes are some of the most grand in all of Southern California. Multi-level estates dot the hillside on the north and west side of Mount Soledad, offering breathtaking views north along the coast with sunsets over the Pacific Ocean.
Located halfway between the upscale Village and the casual beach community of Pacific Beach, La Jolla Alta homes are surrounded by wide streets, lush landscaping, warm sunshine, and outstanding water and Downtown San Diego views. Custom single family homes and a variety of planned developments including Ventana, El Dorado I and II, Emerald Cove, and Crystal Bay, comprise this outstanding neighborhood.
La Jolla Farms is home to quite simply some of the most presitgious homes in America. Large lots are available to build magnificant estate homes. Spanish, Tuscan, and contemporary style architecture abound in this very exclusive neighborhood, located along the bluffs west of UCSD and south of Torrey Pines Golf Course.
Homes in La Jolla Heights include condos, single family homes, and some special estate properties. Views to the east and west can be found in this neighborhood located near the La Jolla YMCA and UCSD. This neighborhood offers easy freeway access via La Jolla Parkway, formerly known as Ardath Road.
Oceanfront condos are sprinkled about the coastline of La Jolla's social center, called simply "The Village" by locals. Real estate here is not just ocean view condos, but also include many fine single family homes on Virginia Way, Park Row, and surrounding streets. World class art galleries, historic La Valencia Hotel, and La Jolla Cove are landmarks not to be overlooked when visiting "The Jewel".
Upper Hermosa is named because it sits slightly higher on the west side of Mount Soledad than it's partner, Lower Hermosa. Both neighborhoods are comprised of classically styled homes, with Lower Hermosa real estate along Camino de la Costa home to some stunning oceanfront homes.
The Muirlands boasts private, winding streets popular for walkers, joggers, and bicyclists. Homes for sale are generally on larger lots with mature trees for extra privacy. Located high atop Mount Soledad, Muirlands real estate may often have outstanding views of the Pacific as well. The Murilands is divided by Nautilus Street, with homes on the north and west of this thoroughfare considered to be in Muirlands West.
Condos, townhomes, and single family residences are all available in La Jolla Shores. "The Shores" is home to the community's most popular beach of the same name, the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club, and the famous Marine Room restaurant. Vacation rentals, second homes, and primary residences are equally popular in this diverse and exclusive beach neighborhood.
La Jolla Village North, not to be confused with The Village, is filled with planned residential developments and is quite popular with students attending the adjacent University of California at San Diego. Freeway close, and near both Westfield UTC Mall and La Jolla Village Square, this convenient neighborhood is perhaps the most affordable in the 92037 zip code.
South and east views abound in this neighborhood of single family homes and planned communities including Ridgegate, Mount La Jolla, and Windemere. By 92037 standards, Soledad South homes for sale are on the affordable side, while still providing access to sought after public schools. Kate Sessions Park is nearby, offering a great place for hiking and family activities.