La Jolla Real Estate Spotlight
In this La Jolla Real Estate Spotlight, we’ll cover everything you need to know…
Welcome to paradise! La Jolla is made up of a seven-mile stretch of coastline property only 15 minutes north of downtown San Diego. Before the turn of the century, it was a resort area, and by 1900, it included 100 buildings and 350 residents. Current records show the population to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 50,000.
The community is known for its gorgeous beaches, distinguished art galleries, and beautiful parks. Like San Diego, this city benefits from a sunny atmosphere that is perfect for spending days at the beach.
La Jolla or “The Jewel” in Spanish, is characterized by steep canyons, rugged ocean bluffs, and stunning hillsides culminating at Mount Soledad. The beauty and culture have naturally made this coastal city a popular destination for vacationers since 1980.
The city is home to the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art which contains a permanent collection of more than 3,500 post-1950 American and European works of art. The Stephen Birch Aquarium and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography also reside here. The Scripps Institution is considered to be one of the more important research centers for the ocean worldwide.
Things To Do
There are tons of activities to do in La Jolla! La Jolla is home to some of Southern California’s loveliest beaches, the community is considered by many as America’s Finest City jewel. Characterized by steep canyons, rugged ocean bluffs and hillsides culminating at Mount Soledad, the community has been the most loved destination for vacation since 1980 due to its Parks and attractions, events, dining, shopping, a wide variety of hotels, and exceptional weather.
Parks and Beaches
Check out this short video of drone footage of the beaches and parks of La Jolla:
The Best Restaurants in La Jolla
This classy beach city is home to some of the finest dining in the area. Check out these highly recommended spots:
More Shopping, Restaurants, and Parks
There is a variety of exciting shops that always have something new to explore them. The La Jolla Village shops are a great place to start. Stores like Philz Coffee, The Melt, and Snooze are all included within the quaint shopping village.
One of the culinary standouts is The Cottage La Jolla. With al fresco dining, The Cottage is a satisfying place that won’t disappoint. You can spend time relaxing while enjoying Capellini Crabcakes.
The San Diego-La Jolla Underwater Park is another excellent place to learn and explore the natural wonders this seaside paradise offers. The park is a prime destination for kayakers, swimmers, snorkelers, and scuba divers.
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Education is always an important issue when deciding to live somewhere, especially with a family. With so many different choices to choose from, parents want to make sure their child is receiving the right experience.
The city’s students score above average in their academic standing when compared to other US schools. The city offers many great schooling options that can be seen more in depth here.
- La Jolla Elementary
- Bird Rock Elementary
- Gillispie School
- Muirlands Middle School
- Stella Maris Academy
- The Children’s School
- The Bishop’s School
- La Jolla High School
- Southern California Yeshiva High School
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It is truly a paradise that caters to both its residents and the many visitors that fall in love with the city. Who wouldn’t want to call this place home?
Browse Current Inventory of La Jolla Condos & Homes For Sale
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Search for properties in La Jolla now:
- $19,980,000 : 2681 Idle Hour Ln, La Jolla7 beds, 14 baths
- $13,500,000 : 1640 La Jolla Rancho Rd, La Jolla7 beds, 10 baths
- $12,760,000 : 5833 Rutgers Rd, La Jolla6 beds, 7 baths
- $11,800,000 : 6653 Neptune Pl, La Jolla3 beds, 5 baths
- $10,995,000 : 921 Muirlands Drive, La Jolla6 beds, 10 baths
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(all data current as of 3/22/2018)
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La Jolla, with a population density lower than San Diego, still has a bustling city hum. However, that hum is often drowned out by lapping waves and ocean breezes. The average age is also higher than most of San Diego at 48.6.
Here is a breakdown of the array of ethnicities that reside in La Jolla:
What can we say about San Diego’s climate that hasn’t already been said? It’s perfect- absolutely perfect. Sunny skies, salty air, and mild breezes are abundant in La Jolla. Check out the average monthly highs and lows here:
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