Coronado Real Estate Spotlight
In this Coronado Real Estate Spotlight, we’ll cover everything you need to know…
Founded in 1886 by developers Elisha Babcock and Hampton Story for a mere $110,000, Coronado was home to little more than rabbits and quail before the men planted trees, designed lots, dug a waterway, and constructed a power plant. They would go on to build a resort that would be the “talk of the western world.”
Coronado enjoys spectacular California weather, with an average temperature of seventy degrees and an average of ten inches of rain annually.
There is a wide variety of fantastic places to live in within the community. There’s Coronado Village with its diverse styles of homes within walking distance of downtown. Coronado Shores, located just south of Hotel Del Coronado, runs parallel to Coronado Beach and offers views of the San Diego skyline and sailboats in Glorietta Bay. Coronado Cays offers upscale homes, many with boat slips, just ten miles from downtown San Diego.
Coronado Beach has been ranked as America’s number one beach by Stephen Leatherman, director of Florida International University’s Laboratory for Coastal Research. South Beach is adjacent to a navy training facility, and beachgoers can sometimes see Navy SEALS training in the distance. Central Beach has one and a half miles of white sands to play in, overlooked by the mansions of Ocean Boulevard. North Beach is a gathering spot for surfers, bonfire enthusiasts, and is a leash-free play area for dogs.
There is a lot to offer in this peaceful little town, off the beach as well. Tour the shops and boutiques or take your time at any of the fabulous restaurants. Take in a show at the myriad of live entertainment venues, or get outside and do some biking through the neighborhoods and along the great beaches. There’s also world-class golf and tennis for the more athletic residents and plenty of camping and hiking for the outdoors enthusiast.
If you are considering purchasing a new home or property for yourself or your family, consider Coronado for its quaint charm and historical significance. It is a great neighborhood for families, singles and couples alike.
Top Things To Do In Coronado
Hotel Del Coronado– Beautiful resort with a rich history. Charming, unique hotel & grounds. Sparkling beaches. Wonderful customer service! Stay in the Victorian Building, you’ll be glad you did. Opt for the Sunday Brunch in the Crown Room…an experience! Be sure to ride the antique elevator, complete with an attendant. The Hotel Del is an exquisite property.
Coronado Beach– This is easily the best beach in California. The sand is soft. The beach is clean, wide, and long. It’s hard to go wrong! There are a lot of people who visit this beach, but it doesn’t feel cramped. Walks on the beach here are best enjoyed after a filling breakfast at the Hotel Del.
Lamb’s Players Theater– Lamb’s Players produces delightful theater. There are many great restaurants near the theater, and the combination of dinner and a show makes for a great night on the town. Most of the seats are excellent, but be sure to check the online layout and avoid the far-side rows. It’s also an easy, inexpensive Uber ride from downtown.
Best Restaurants in Coronado
1500 OCEAN– The location is superb. The high-end menu includes a first-course Yellowtail Crudo, served with avocado, yuzu, lime, chili, and sesame. The second course is seared foie gras with apricot and applesauce with a side of mint on brioche. The main course is pan-roasted local black cod that is incredibly fresh. You can expect stunning presentations of food with baby squash, black quinoa, and banana miso sauce. Make sure you order the crispy Brussel sprouts to accompany as they are exquisite!
Miguel’s Cocina– Enjoy their delicious famous fish tacos. The covered patio and ambiance is the perfect way to enjoy Coronado. The service at Miguel’s is attentive and helpful, making you feel right at home at this casual spot.
II Forniao– Italian fine dining at it’s best! The restaurant has excellent service with a breathtaking view of the San Diego skyline and great ambiance on the patio. Come for the authentic Italian food and excellent drinks, but be sure to make a reservation!
Brigantine– Whether you want fried, grilled or blackened the fish tacos are the best! Enjoy a great atmosphere and the friendly service that make this a wonderful dining experience. We highly recommend this spot to the local as well as the traveler.
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See Active Coronado Real Estate Listings:
- $25,000,000 : 1015 Ocean Blvd, Coronado11 beds, 18 baths
- $17,500,000 : 1043 Ocean Blvd., Coronado10 beds, 11 baths
- $12,900,000 : 519 Ocean Blvd, Coronado8 beds, 6 baths
- $11,200,000 : 708 A Ave, Coronado5 beds, 7 baths
- $9,490,000 : 1 Buccaneer Way, Coronado6 beds, 7 baths
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(all data current as of 5/22/2018)
Listing information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Read full disclaimer.
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Schools in Coronado
- Village Elementary School
- Silver Strand Elementary School
- Coronado Middle School
- Coronado High School
- Coronado Pathways Charter School
Demographic Information in Coronado
- The population density in Coronado is 1183% higher than California
- The median age in Coronado is 9% higher than California if you’re looking for low key, quiet neighborhoods
Crime Statistics in Coronado
There is an incredibly low crime rate in Coronado:
- The overall crime rate in Coronado is 43% lower than the national average
- For every 100,000 people, there are 4.45 crimes
- Coronado is safer than 69% of the cities in the United States
- There is a 1 in 62 chance of a crime occurring
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