Whether you’re looking for a place to live or looking for a company to manage what you own, Red House has you covered. Red House offers La Jolla Property Management, from placing tenants to handling finances. If you are looking for a place to live in La Jolla, visit our Open Listings page. The following is a virtual tour of this neighborhood for those who think living in La Jolla might be for them.
Rumor has it that children’s Cove in La Jolla is the best place to feed small sharks that cruise the reefs along this stretch of coast. The fainter of heart may decide that La Jolla cove is best explored by kayak or planted on the patio of a restaurant like Windansea Cafe. However you choose to experience the La Jolla coast you will surely find some of the most beautiful reefs, coves and beaches in San Diego.
Exiting the freeway on La Jolla village Drive will set you on a path which winds around Mount Soledad towards the coast. For post-card like views of La Jolla take a turn on Prospector Street. Here you will find great places to walk along oceanside paths with a stunning coastline reminiscent of beachside towns in Northern California. Very much unlike its cousins to the north, La Jolla enjoys amazing weather year round.
La Jolla Shores is a great sandy beach with parks, an excellent place to take the kids. Here you will find Scripps Pier which is part of the University of San Diego’s Marine Research Institute. The entire Campus of UCSD is not too far off, and many students choose to live in La Jolla and the neighborhood of University City. In this neighborhood are many new and upscale apartment options, it is also a place where many successful and up and coming companies have taken root. Those who are employed in these communities find ample housing nearby.
Closer to Pacific Beach in the South you will find the community known as Bird Rock which is named after a large offshore rock formation. To the North La Jolla meets its end at Torrey Pines State Park. Torrey Pines is a great place to go for a walk or bike-ride. You can find peace and quiet here among one of the rarest tree species in California, the Torrey Pine. A drive inland from La Jolla will lead you to either Clairemont or Carmel Valley.
Historically La Jolla claims to be one of the first neighborhoods to be settled in San Diego. With such a beautiful geographic setting it’s not surprising that even today La Jolla is home to some of the most prized real estate in San Diego. The Beautiful homes match the beautiful views here, and they are often owned by San Diego’s most affluent. Not surprisingly many of the restaurants and businesses here reflect such tastes which make it a great place for fine dining and specialty stores.
Recreational golfing is only steps away for many La Jollans. The La Jolla Country club is right near the beach and is also an excellent tennis facility. If the neighborhood of La Jolla sounds like your kind of San Diego, be sure to check our open listings page to see what is available. Also be sure to check in on nearby Carmel Valley, Pacific Beach, Del Mar and Clairemont.
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