About Point Loma
Point Loma Real Estate
Point Loma is a mostly upscale community within the City of San Diego. Point Loma real estate is expensive, with entry level houses starting in the $800,000’s. Townhomes and condos for sale starting around $400,000. But if you’re looking for homes near downtown San Diego with ocean views and lots of character, Pt. Loma is a great place to look.
As you explore Point Loma real estate, you’ll want to check out the Loma Portal, Roseville, Plumosa Park and La Playa neighborhoods. One of a kind, custom homes on larger lots can be found in the “wooded area” near Silvergate as well as in La Playa. Pt. Loma has many luxury homes and exclusive multi-million dollar estates with breathtaking and panoramic views of the downtown San Diego skyline, harbor, and ocean. Many of the houses here were built in the 1940’s and 1950’s in old Spanish style.
Point Loma Homes
If you prefer newer construction, then you’ll love the Point Loma homes at Liberty Station, the redeveloped Naval Training Center. Liberty Station is a master planned community of single family homes, condos, and townhomes. There is lots of open space, with shopping, schools, and entertainment within walking distance. Liberty Station has a 46 acre waterfront park, executive golf course, and boat channel, and is home to High Tech High School, Explorer Elementary and The Rock Church.
Point Loma Community
Point Loma is found on the long finger-like peninsula that guards the entrance to the San Diego Bay. The crest that runs along the peninsula gives the majority of homes in the community either a commanding view of the downtown San Diego skyline and harbor to the East or the mesmerizing Pacific Ocean to the West. Many people recognize the Pt. Loma community for its brilliant cliffs, private coves, and Sunset Cliffs Natural Park that extends along the Pacific Ocean side of the peninsula.
The Point Loma neighborhood is known for its beautiful scenery and convenience to downtown San Diego and the airport. Boaters enjoy the San Diego Yacht Club and sportfishing from private and public charters. The west and south of the neighborhood is bordered by the Pacific Ocean, north by the San Diego River, and east by the San Diego Bay and Old Town San Diego.
About one third of Point Loma real estate in zip code 92106 is federal land. Cabrillo National Monument, the Pt Loma Lighthouse, and the Tide Pools are located at the southernmost tip of the community. Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery and the Naval Base is just north of Cabrillo. Residential neighborhoods start north of there.
The population of Pt Loma is slightly over 20,000 residents and there are about 8300 homes in the community. You’ll find Point Loma homes for sale include older beach cottages as well as newer custom homes. Much of the original home construction here took place in the 1920’s and 1930’s there are many historic and charming vintage homes such as Spanish Revivals and California bungalows. Point Loma is classic San Diego real estate.
The Point Loma community has the ambiance of an old seaport with close proximity to the beach, yet within close proximity to downtown San Diego. Access to cultural events in downtown, maritime activities, and the beach add value to real estate in the area. Locals and visitors enjoy picnics and bay-side fishing at Shelter Island Park, or boat watching at Harbor Island Park.
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