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San Diego Real Estate

When it comes to real estate, San Diego is a goldmine of opportunities.  World-renowned for its bedazzling coastline, year-round sunshine, and vibrant culture – it’s a no-brainer that people are flocking here to stake their claim and call SD home sweet home.  But what does the real estate market look like in this sparkling city paradise?  We’re here to answer that question and many other inquiries you might have about San Diego real estate.

8 Days Online

1816 Clove St.
San Diego, CA 92106

For Sale|Single Family Home|Active
Full Baths
Partial Baths
San Diego
Listed by Michele Kitchin of Willis Allen Real Estate ?
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From a century past, this authentic charming 843 sq. ft. 2 BR/ 2 BA Craftsman bungalow (with bay/city, Coronado to Mexico view potential) with detached 1 BR/1BA , approx. 390 sq. ft. Granny Flat is nestled on a 4,800 sq.ft. lot in a desirable neighborhood of Point Loma Heights. The appealing curb appeal highlights its privacy. Once through the custom teak front gate, the ornate rock pathway leads through the tropical garden with two separate patio area that welcomes entertaining and much more. The new Trex deck front porch allows seating for relaxation while catching the morning sunrise and afternoon sea breeze. Much of the home's original charm has been kept, including wood floors, molding, and windows. The upgraded galley kitchen offers SS appliances and ample storage. The many upgrades/improvements include: roof, 200 amp electrical, HVAC system ( heating & air), dedicated laundry area with stack washer/dryer, bathroom w/ shower enclosure. 2 tankless water heaters. The primary bath w/ subway tile backsplash, plantation Shutters 2 standing electric FP, 2 antique porthole wood doors, spacious 24X16 finished basement, new sewer line to main, Pavers surround the home, ADT home security system, 120 square foot (of living space) Tuff Shed w/electrical/insulation/ drywall (presently used as a gym) Tesla EV Charger 50 amp circuit, enclosed carport has 3 manual wood/steel frames sliding doors, outdoor living area includes: Gazebo, Jacuzzi, outdoor kitchen w/ gas grill, side burner, sink w/hot/cold water, beverage cooler, storage, The garden offers an area to grow vegetables, and a lemon tree that bares fruit.The Granny Flat w/kitchen,appliances, washer/dryer, marble tops, breakfast bar ac/heat unit, vinyl floor, ceiling fans, mirrored wardrobe doors. Area for RV parking a small vehicle has 30 amp , water /street sewer hook-up. Plans available for ready-to-go for remodel / ADU. You'll appreciate all what this house has to offer and the neighborhood located on the harbor side of the Point Loma peninsula.

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Inside Area (SqFt) 
1,156 sqft
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0.1102 Acres
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Parking for RV 
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1 Story
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Listed by Michele Kitchin of Willis Allen Real Estate ?

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Is San Diego a Good Place for Real Estate?

As if the jaw-dropping natural beauty, fascinating people, or sensational weather isn’t alluring enough, you might be wondering what other factors make San Diego real estate a hot commodity in Southern California.  Let’s start with the explosive growth of several booming industries in the area.  From biotech to defense, tourism to innovative tech startups – San Diego is a mecca for business enterprise.  Then we have the quality of life, which is superior compared to other regions in the state.  World-class dining, tons of sizzling entertainment venues, wicked-awesome surfing – there’s no end to the adventures and experiences new residents can enjoy in San Diego.  For these and many other reasons, San Diego is a prime place for real estate today.  

How to Choose a Real Estate Property in San Diego

This is a bit of a clincher because while there is primo real estate in San Diego to be found, the demand is high, and the supply is low.  That’s great for the market, but finding that “just right” home in such a competitive market can be tough.  Not to worry, here are a few tips for finding the best San Diego real estate:

Best Neighborhoods to Stay in San Diego

The beauty of San Diego real estate for sale is the diversity.  From ultra-urban to beachside bliss, well-heeled neighborhoods to suburban serenity – SD has it all.  But which neighborhoods are the best? Well, we’re partial to La Jolla, of course.  It has incredible beaches, a charming village atmosphere, and sensational dining and entertainment.  For anyone looking for a more vivacious urban vibe, the Gaslamp Quarter can’t be beat.  Then there’s North Park, a hip scene with a thriving art life, local craft breweries, and eclectic entertainment venues.  Check out our San Diego real estate listing by neighborhood to get a better feel for each area.

San Diego Real Estate FAQs

What factors are affecting the San Diego real estate market?

One of the most significant factors is population growth. At the time of this writing, the population of SD is over 3.3 million, which is a .73% increase from the previous year. Combine this influx with limited real estate inventory, and you’re dealing with a big competitive market that is constantly impacting San Diego real estate.  Other factors, such as increased interest rates, economic conditions, real estate taxes, zoning regulations, etc., can also influence the market.

Is San Diego currently a seller’s market for real estate?

The market fluctuates, but San Diego is experiencing a strong seller’s market at the time of this writing.  The demand for homes in SD has been consistently high, with ongoing limited inventory. This creates a robust environment where sellers in SD have the upper hand.

What types of homes are commonly available in San Diego?

That’s another fabulous aspect of San Diego – we have it all!  From ultra-lavish to quaint little bungalows on the beach, real estate here is as diverse as the city itself.

How do San Diego’s real estate prices compare to other major California cities?

Regardless of multi-million dollar residential property sales, San Diego has a surprisingly low price point for real estate compared to other California cities. For instance, SD’s median home price (to date) is $910,000, whereas CA homes in cities like San Jose and San Francisco fetch a median price of $1.25 million.

What are the best family-friendly neighborhoods in San Diego?

More great news on the San Diego real estate front – there are tons of family-friendly neighborhoods with terrific schools sprinkled throughout SD County.  For instance, Carmel Valley is appealing to families because of all of its recreational activities for kids, spacious parks, and superior schools.  Point Loma is also a gem of an area that attracts families looking for a quiet, coastal neighborhood with the beach just minutes away.  A bit of deeper research or a sit-down with your real estate agent will illustrate all the various areas families are craving to settle into in San Diego.  

How does the home-buying process work in San Diego?

It works very similarly as it does in most other states in the US.  The typical process is, first, securing the money for the home or getting pre-approved for a home loan.  Once you and/or your real estate agent find the available home of your dreams, it’s time to make an offer.  If accepted, you’ll enter into a period of escrow when financing is secured, home inspections are done, and ancillary negotiations are made.  Once all the wrinkles are ironed out, real estate documents are prepared and filed, funds are transferred from buyer to seller, and you’ve made a bonafide purchase of real estate in San Diego.

Should I be aware of specific regulations or building codes in San Diego?

Yes, there are several. For example, the California Building Code establishes requirements for construction projects.  SD also has its own set of zoning regulations which establish how land is utilized in different regions of the city.  There are also regulations about multi-unit buildings, commercial structures, retail spaces, etc.  Talk with your real estate agent to get the whole skinny on SD real estate regulations.

What are the popular architectural styles of homes in San Diego?

San Diego might be best known for their historic Spanish Colonial revival-style homes, but the city offers up a plethora of other different architectural styles.  For instance, you can find hints of Spain and Italy in some Mediterranean-inspired homes.  You’ll also find Craftsman, Ranch styles, Tudor-style homes, and Mid-Century Modern. There really is no limit to the imaginative styles of architecture you’ll find in San Diego.