Our Roseville real estate spotlight presents one of San Diego’s wealthy neighborhood
Roseville, a neighborhood in Point Loma bounded by a separate neighborhood called Fleetridge.
Roseville Real Estate Spotlight History
Named after its developer, Louis Rose who purchased the area in 1866. A true San Diego pioneer, Rose built a wharf, laid out the streets, and erected a hotel. For many years, Roseville was an independent city from San Diego.
Portuguese fishing boat owners and fishermen settled in Roseville. In fact, the Portuguese still maintain a large community here. Locals call the area “Tunaville” recognizing the large Portuguese tuna fishing fleet based here.
Saint Agnes Catholic Church hosts the annual “Festa do Espirito Santo” (Holy Spirit Feast) since 1910 as a Portuguese religious festival. Saint Agnes also conducts services in Portuguese two time a month. Avenida de Portugal is a street recognizing this large community in Roseville.
Roseville Real Estate Spotlight Facts
According to San Diego City-Data, Roseville population of 3,207 maintains a median household income of $117,260. This is around $46,000 higher than the average for San Diego of $71,481.
Roseville’s zip code is 92106.
Roseville Real Estate Spotlight Home Prices and Neighborhood Features
According to Trulia, homes for sale in Roseville range from $535,000 to $2.88 million.
Trulia users voted for the following Roseville features:
- Dog-Friendly (87%);
- Easy Walk to Restaurants (84%);
- Safe to Walk at Night (84%);
- Good Sidewalks (83%); and
- Easy Walk to Grocery Stores (78%).
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Fun things to do in Roseville (and nearby) include:
- Tennis courts;
- Basketball courts;
- Softball field;
- Multi-purpose field;
- Children’s play area; and
- Community building providing after-school care for local schools.
Seaport Village offering lots of beaches, great restaurants, and nightlife, along with places to relax.
USS Midway Museum offers plenty of World War II history along with one of the country’s longest-serving aircraft carriers. The museum contains 25 restored airplanes, 60 exhibits, and two flight simulators. A self-guided audio tour narrated by actual Midway sailors provides plenty of interesting historical points. Visit the Midway’s flight control, sleeping quarters, engine room, jail, and post office.
Coronado Bridge opened in 1969 stretching 2 miles connecting Coronado Island with San Diego. Contains 5 lanes for vehicles to travel in both directions.
Cabrillo National Monument a historical landmark honoring Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo who discovered San Diego Bay in 1542. Since the early 1900s, this half-acre of land became a monument. Includes an adjoining park along with the Point Loma Lighthouse with wildlife and tide pools.
Yelp recommends the following Roseville restaurants:
Point Loma Seafoods 4 Stars for their seafood. Especially their Crab, and White Clam Chowder and Smoked Fish dishes.
Jimmy’s Famous American 4 Stars for their new American foods. Reviewers enjoyed their chipotle ketchup and their Short Rib Hash, and the Cowboy Burger.
Pomodoro Ristorante 4,5 Stars for the Italian food. Their most popular are Linguine Di Mare, Spaghetti Carbonara, and Caprese.
Supannee House of Thai 4 Stars for their Thai food. Most popular meals include Mango Curry, Drunken Noodle, and Tom Yum Goong.
Miguel’s Cocina 4 Stars for Mexican food. The most popular include Shrimp Enchiladas, Fish Tacos, and Carne Asada Taco.
Pizza Nova 4 Stars for their pizza. Most popular dishes: BBQ Chicken Pizza, Chicken Tequila Fettuccine, and Main Lobster Bisque.
Harbor Town Pub 4 Stars for their pub and new American foods. Most popular include Ahi Poke Tostada, Pulled Pork Nachos, and Garlic Fries.
Charles + Dinorah at the Pearl Hotel 4 Stars for their new American and lounge foods. Reviewers liked their Pork Chops with Apple Chutney.
The Roseville schools included in the San Diego Unified School District.
Roseville Elementary Schools
Trulia viewers rate the following elementary schools the highest:
Silver Gate Elementary School (Kindergarten through 4th grade) 9 out of 10 Rating.
“Teachers are engaged.” “Students are engaged.” “Parents are involved.”
“Fundraising provides programs like Art, Music, PE, and Eco-Lab classes.”
“Volunteers run a Garden Club, Running Club, and after-school activities.”
“The staff are approachable and friendly.”
“I have been a Silver Gate parent for 11 years. Great teachers, wonderful principal, and fantastic parent involvement.”
Sunset View Elementary School (Kindergarten through 4th grade) 9 out of 10 Ranking.
“Strong academics and high test scores.”
“This school is fantastic! The teachers are wonderful. The programs are enriching. My son is thriving.”
“Great teachers, great parent support, great before and after school program.”
“Everyday my son wants to go to school.”
“Sunset View is a wonderful school in all measures.”
“Wonderful learning environment.”
“My children are thriving at this wonderful school.”
Roseville Middle Schools
Dana (Grades 5 through 6) 8 out of 10 Ranked.
“Each of my kids at this school have had mostly innovative, wonderful educators.”
“Well I am a 6th grader at Dana and it has been a really good experience.”
“High academic standards and great elective curriculum.”
“Both of my children went here. The teachers were hard working and fair.”
“I cannot say enough about how great this school is. The campus culture by staff, students, and parents is amazing.”
“I loved, loved, loved this school.”
“My daughter is finishing 5th grade and she has absolutely loved Dana.”
“My 5th grader had a terrific experience at Dana.”
Correia Middle School (7th through 8th grades) 8 out of 10 Rating.
“Get invested in this school and it will give back to you the way it should.”
“I am currently a student at Correia and personally I think this school is very beneficial to the environment that surrounds us.”
“The new principal is hard working and very responsive.”
“We have had a great experience in two years at Correia.”
“Our oldest just finished up at Correia. This school has it together!”
“Parents have really stepped-up to make this a great learning environment for the students.”
“Correia staff and personnel deal effectively with this age group; the students treated as ‘young adults’.”
Roseville High School
Point Loma High School (Grades 9 through 12) 8 out of 10 Ranking.
“My son and I have been happy with PLHS. Students are friendly – bullying is NOT an issue at all.”
“The school has very good teachers and the advanced classes are actually challenging.”
“I see a 97% graduation rate which is phenomenal.”
“PLHS is a special place with a great history, strong academics, and fantastic students.”
“Point Loma High School graduates many students that go on to the University of California System, Stanford, and other great universities.”
Roseville Real Estate Spotlight Conclusion
As you read, our Roseville real estate spotlight features one of the richest neighborhoods in San Diego.
Roseville homes for sale range from $535,000 to nearly $2.9 million. A safe neighborhood with easy walks to good restaurants and grocery stores on well-maintained sidewalks. In addition, a dog-friendly neighborhood.
An active recreation center offers many activities. Two nearby museums provide San Diego and World War II histories.
Yelp 4 to 5 Star Roseville restaurants offer a variety of gourmet pleasures including New American, Italian, Mexican, Thai, and Seafood.
The schools near Roseville maintain high rankings from the parents including two elementary and middle schools and the nearby high school.
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Steven Rich, MBA – Guest Blogger
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