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Coronado is Spanish for 'the crowned one", but it has also been called The Tent City because of all the tourists’ tents that once lined Coronado Beach. Coronado’s main landmark is the Hotel del Coronado, which has been around since 1888. It is considered one of the world’s top resorts, and has been used for movies and state dinners. South of the Coronado village lays a real estate treasure, the Coronado Cays. These homes sit right on the water with their own private docks.
Search zip code: 92118    Map


Downtown San Diego has seen unprecedented redevelopment for the past 20 years starting with Horton Plaza to Petco Park. Luxury penthouses are just minutes away from the airport and Balboa Park, the location of the World’s Fair in 1915 and its world famous zoo. Downtown living gives the convenience of being able to walk to parks, shops, and many of the restaurants in the Gaslamp Quarter.
Search zip code: 92101


La Jolla             
La Jolla, Spanish for "the jewel," is a very charming coastal community. The cliffs, the cove, and the beaches are popular with divers and marine life enthusiasts. Downtown La Jolla contains many fine hotels, shops, restaurants, and art galleries that provide a European feel. An array of beautiful homes accentuates the La Jolla landscape from beach cottages to mansions.
Search zip code: 92037


Del Mar           
Where the surf meets the turf, Del Mar, a beach town with a racetrack for Thoroughbreds. Just two square miles in size and 20 minutes north of San Diego this small town with a population of about 5000 has its own downtown full of shops and fine restaurants. Del Mar is also the location for the most expensive real estate listing in San Diego County at $64 million.
Search zip code: 92014    Map


Solana Beach
Solana Beach is a small beach community 25 minutes north of downtown San Diego. This town offers a quiet and relaxed atmosphere containing mostly residential property with local shops and restaurants in the popular Cedros Design District. Expensive homes located along the hillside provide unlimited gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean.
Search zip code: 92075   Map


Rancho Santa Fe
Rancho Santa Fe real estate is the highest priced in San Diego County containing many of the most expensive homes in the nation with prices reaching $50 million.  Located just east of Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe is famous for tucked away expansive estates that provide the utmost in privacy. Both the public buildings and residential properties have preserved the inherent beauty of this area by incorporating a Spanish Revival Style. 
Search zip codes: 92067 & 92091


Kensington, California is a community in Central San Diego. The neighborhood has a small town feel with palm tree lined streets and pride of homeownership evident by the well groomed yards. Even the mayor of San Diego lives in Kensington. This beautiful mid-city community features canyons, Spanish style homes, and terrific atmosphere. Even though Kensington houses are around seventy years old, they are well maintained. They feature lathe and plaster craftsmanship and many have red tile roofs that provide an authentic Southern California feel. San Diego State University is just a few miles east while Mission Valley and Downtown are about a 10 minute drive. The community is located in the 92116 zip code just east of I-15 freeway.

Point Loma
Point Loma, California is one of San Diego’s original neighborhoods. Also called "The Point", it is known for it's fabulous city, bay, and ocean views. At the tip is the Cabrillo National Monument and Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, which celebrate both the birth of San Diego and the thousands who have fallen defending it. Neighborhoods range from single family homes to elegant Spanish style houses. The San Diego Yacht Club has trained thousands of young sailors, including America’s Cup winner Dennis Conner. At the western end of Point Loma is Point Loma Nazarene College with views of the Pacific Ocean. A great aspect of Point Loma is its easy access to downtown, the International Airport, the beaches, and the I-5 freeway. Search zip codes: 92106 & 92107

Mission Hills and Old Town
Mission Hills is a beautiful neighborhood overlooking downtown and the ocean with craftsman-style homes and lush canyons. Below Mission Hills lies Old Town, where San Diego City Hall used to be located. The houses in Mission Hills and Old Town are similar to those in Kensington in that many of them were built in the early 1900s and are well maintained. Many houses are craftsman-style, but there are also plenty of contemporary and mediterranean style homes. Old Town was the center of the city of San Diego until the 1860s when the present day San Diego was developed. Since then, Old Town has become a place full of Mexican culture and restaurants along with stores and events reliving San Diego’s history. Mission Hills and Old Town are conveniently located with easy access to I-5 and I-8 freeways. Search the northwestern part of zip codes: 92103

Carmel Valley
Carmel Valley is a master-planned community with excellent schools, a low crime rate and a reputation for family oriented neighborhoods and activities. The homes in Carmel Valley are very modern, many of the homes having been built in just the last 15 years. Many of Carmel Valley’s homes at the top of the hill are larger 4 to 5 bedroom detached homes with 3 car garages. Carmel Valley is located just east of I-5 and is just a short drive to the beach. Search zip code: 92130



Adjacent to Rancho Santa Fe, Santaluz was designed as a rustic village featuring a natural native California landscape. With more than 900 Santaluz homes built to blend in with the hillsides, ridges, and ravines that make up the San Dieguito River Valley, this community is a very desirable place to live. The gated community also features a 250 acre Rees Jones golf course. Santaluz is located just north of state highway 56 at the Camino Del Sur exit. Search zip code: 92127    Map