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Point Loma real estate is prized for location and spectacular water views. This mature community boasts everything from historic estates and San Diego Bay fronting property to the newly planned development of Liberty Station and just about everything in between. For Downtown San Diego and airport proximity, bay and ocean views, and Point Loma Village's upscale yet comfortable amenities, this community blends the best of San Diego past and present.
In addition to the residential and commercial areas, this area is home to Naval Base Point Loma, Fort Rosecrans National Cemetary, and Cabrillo National Monument. The Point Loma zip code is 92106.
Liberty Station was named in Money magazine as one of the best places to retire in San Diego. However, this most certainly is not a retirement community. This recently planned community is comprised of US Government owned military housing, as well as privately developed homes for sale, including condos, townhomes, and single family homes. The schools are the envy of San Diego, collectively called High Tech High. Liberty Station, then called Naval Training Center hosted much of the filming of the famous movie Top Gun.
Roseville real estate is the oldest settled Point Loma neighborhood, located near the entrance to Shelter Island and the commercial fishing fleet surrounding the iconic Point Loma Seafood. East west streets are in alphabetical order and named after authors from A to Z, then again from A-L. Cabrillo Elementary School serves the children of this historic area.
Just above Roseville you will find Fleetridge real estate, named after the famous Fleet family of San Diego. These hilly, curvy streets overlook Roseville and San Diego Bay to the south and east. Fleetridge homes for sale have close proximity to Point Loma Park and Chatsworth Middle School.
Named after what was the original port of San Diego, La Playa homes for sale are among the most expensive anywhere in San Diego, with some having their own private boat docks and piers. This community is quite popular among the boating and yachting crowd and is host to The San Diego Yacht Club and Southwestern Yacht Club. La Playa real estate is adjacent to San Diego Bay on the Point Loma peninsula, due west of Shelter Island.
Wooded Area real estate is named because of the mature pine and eucalyptus trees in the neighborhood. The dense foliage and street design combine to create a rustic, rural feel to the area. That being said, Wooded Area homes for sale are anything but rustic. Properties here are higher end, and even include some of San Diego's most historic estates. This neighborhood is the most remote of Point Loma and is defined on the south by Naval Base Point Loma to the south and Point Loma Nazarine University to the west.