Coastal San Diego can be defined Roughy as the region between Point Loma in the South and Carlsbad in the north. If you are looking for a single family home or apartment in Coastal San Diego, Red House has you covered. For property owners who are interested in services such as adverting, tenant screening, management and maintenance Red House offers Coastal San Diego Property Management. Please visit our contact page for more information. The following information can help you decide what slice of the beautiful Coastal San Diego suits you best.
The sunny boardwalk connecting Pacific and Mission Beaches is a great place to ride bikes.
Picture a small seaside community built on a stunning piece of coastline and you may just see La Jolla. Perched above its amazing jagged sea cliff beaches are some equally stunning works of architecture. La Jolla is a great place to for specialty shops and restaurants, the quality of which equal the surrounding community and geography. La Jolla is also home to the world renowned institution research institution University of California San Diego.
Slightly inland from coastal La Jolla is also a great place to live and a place that most tourists miss. Here there are an abundance of new apartments and peaceful single family homes, especially near University City, a place where many UCSD students choose to live.
Pacific Beach and Mission Beach
Pacific Beach is know first and foremost for its vibrant nightlife and sun-soaked beaches. What those who are lucky enough to live in Pacific Beach know is that just beyond the bustling tourist filled main drags is a small neighborhood charm. Cafe Athena is a quiet escape into authentic Greek Food right on Garnett, and Zanzibar is a favorite for its savory and eclectic menu.
Pacific Beach boasts great places to shop and plenty of places to ride a bike. South of Pacific Beach Mission Beach sits between scenic Mission bay and the ocean. Mission bay is surrounded by beautiful grassy parks and bike paths. Some days it is hard to choose between the bay and the beach especially for those who live in the region called Crown Point. If you enjoy sailing, kayaking or stand-up paddling Mission bay is a great playground for you. If you prefer to go a bit faster, areas of mission bay are also great for waterskiing and wake-boarding boats.
Belmont Park is a classic roller coaster, it stands with Wavehouse Water-park right on the edge of Mission beach. Just down the street you can eat at a several local favorites. The Mission, Rubicon Deli and Cafe Mono are eateries with hearty menus all within a short walk.
Ocean Beach is a center all that makes San Diego eclectic. From its diverse and unique shops to its distinct pier. The fun and quirky culture of Ocean Beach is in full force during weekly farmer’s markets. This is place to pick up some farm fresh goods and to take in local musicians as you snack on some delicious and unique foods.
Also in Ocean beach is dog beach, the perfect place to take your pups out for a run. Here they can mingle with other dogs off leash without being exposed to hazards like traffic.
Point Loma and Loma Porta
Surrounding Ocean Beach are the communities of Loma Portal and Point Loma. Point Loma is a scenic peninsula home to many beautiful residencies. Loma Portal is between the San Diego River and San Diego Bay Harbor.
For more information on living in areas nearby coastal San Diego including Downtown San Diego, and Northern Coastal San Diego please visit our pages dedicated to these areas. Red House Property Management offers services for tenants and owners in these areas and more. Please visit our open listings page to see what single family homes and apartments are available.
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