• Coronado

    A stone’s throw from the city of San Diego, the appealing island community of Coronado feels like a private enclave wrapped with perfect beaches and a small-town feel. Coronado can be divided into three parts; The Village, The Shores, and The Cays.

    Coronado Village encompasses the majority of the island. It features lots of family-owned businesses, restaurants, and gift shops. Enjoy walking or riding your bike down Orange Avenue-the main drag and stopping at one of the many coffee shops in the morning or going surfing at world-famous Coronado Beach. A top ten rated beach in the country. 

    Spread over 32 acres of prime beachfront adjacent to the world-famous Hotel del Coronado, the condominiums of the Coronado Shores were designed to maximize the ambiance of carefree oceanfront living. Each unique floor plan can capture incredible views of Point Loma, Mexico, Glorietta Bay, or San Diego city skyline. Privacy goes hand in hand with the good life at Coronado Shores. Around the clock, guard-gated security and 24-hour doorman service provide owners the peace of mind and comfort of living in a private community. The Shores also features multiple amenities such as tennis courts, pools with ocean views, gyms, and recreation centers to name a few.

    If you still want to be a part of Coronado but far from the busy beaches and bustling Village then maybe the Coronado Cays neighborhood is perfect for you? The Coronado Cays is made up of ten sub-communities and is situated on the most southern area of the City of Coronado approximately five miles from Coronado Village. Perfect for boat lovers, some properties here offer your very own boat slip!

  • Point Loma

    Point Loma is a hilly bayfront community offering picturesque views that run across San Diego Bay to the Downtown skyline and continue down the coast to Mexico. It is home to large, window-filled homes, marinas, yacht clubs, wharfs. Point Loma's tree-lined streets have a surprisingly suburban feel, yet only five minutes from the hustle and bustle of Downtown San Diego. Downtown Point Loma offers an array of large and family-owned businesses, restaurants, and home to world-famous Cabrillo National Monument.

  • Downtown San Diego

    Downtown San Diego has to be one of the nicest downtown's in the country. Situated alongside San Diego Bay, the majority of properties here come with ocean, bay, and mountain views-all three if you're lucky! Downtown San Diego consists of multiple and unique neighborhood's. 

    The Marina District is home to retail & dining hotspots Seaport Village and The Headquarters, high-end hotels, luxury condos, and highrises. Enjoy spectacular views of Coronado, Point Loma, and ships passing through the bay. 

    Little Italy is a chic neighborhood packed with trendy cocktail bars, brewpubs and restaurants with bustling patios. Upscale clothing boutiques, indie music venues and quaint piazzas dot the area, while the weekly Little Italy Mercato Farmers’ Market draws crowds to its mix of produce, gourmet food and craft stalls. Properties here offer views of the bay, Coronado, and Point Loma.

    The East Village is an evolving downtown area, known for Petco Park, home of the Padres baseball team. Architecturally, the neighborhood is a mix of sleek high-rises alongside former warehouses and Victorian homes housing smart restaurants and brewpubs. The soaring Central Library has an art gallery and reading rooms with San Diego Bay views, while Quartyard plaza has a craft beer garden, food trucks and live music. Properties here enjoy stunning views of the mountains, Coronado, and the bay.

    The Cortez Hill neighborhood has a great community feel. Although it is located in Downtown, it feels like a cozy urban neighborhood filled with tree-lined streets. Because the majority of Cortez Hill is occupied by residential buildings, it doesn’t have the commercial feel of many other downtown neighborhoods. This hilly neighborhood boasts beautiful views of Balboa Park, the Bay, and  city below. 

    Bankers Hill also known as Park West sits perched on the hillside over the San Diego Bay and airport. Many of the homes in this area were designed by the likes of Irving Gill and other notable architects, dating back to the late 1800s. A mix of property types include condos, single-family residential, and newly constructed penthouses with multi-million-dollar views. Properties here enjoy views of the bay or Balboa Park and offer easy access to restaurants, cafes, bars and the world-famous Balboa Park.

  • Imperial Beach

    Imperial Beach is the most southwesterly city in the continental United States. Just a short drive south of Coronado, the community of Imperial Beach is a sleepy beach town at heart. It has seen lots of growth in the last few years with the addition of the US Navy's Naval Outlying Landing Field, a luxury beachfront hotel, and many restaurants. Residents here benefit from ocean activities but also can take advantage of the many walking trails and bird-watching opportunities at the National Estuarine Reserve. Properties here range from multi-million-dollar oceanfront homes to more modest options a few blocks inland from the beach. 

  • Chula Vista

    Chula Vista means “beautiful view” and is the second-largest City in San Diego County. Chula Vista boasts more than 52 square miles of coastal landscape, canyons, rolling hills, and mountain terrain.

    Great year-round weather and open space beckon runners, hikers, cyclists, birders, and outdoors enthusiasts from the bay to lakes. Chula Vista Center in the downtown area boasts major retailers, dining, movie theaters, and more than 100 fine specialty shops. And, Third Avenue Village, billed as the cultural center of the city, features historic buildings, unique shops, a weekly farmers market, landmark restaurants, and seasonal outdoor music concerts.

    Established neighborhoods, contemporary communities, start-up firms, corporations, nationally recognized entertainment venues, a historic downtown, and more than 60 well-maintained parks and sports fields all contribute to Chula Vista’s attraction. Homes here range from older, more established ranch-style homes to new builds with golf course views. 

  • Ocean Beach

    Ocean Beach often referred to as "OB" is a vibrant, classic Southern California beach community. The downtown area is lined with charming antiques shops, surf shops, organic groceries, and a wide array of restaurants. It is a laid-back community with properties in the area ranging from smaller beach bungalows just a stone throws away from the beach to larger, more updated properties lined up against the hillsides.

  • Pacific Beach

    Pacific Beach is an energetic yet laid back beach community popular with surfers and sunbathers. Often referred to as "PB", trendy hotels, bars, and casual cafes line the boardwalk, while the downtown area is dotted with boutiques, yoga studios and casual drinking spots. Properties in the area range from large cliffside homes to bungalow-style properties closer to the center of town.

  • North Park & South Park

    North Park is a bustling hip and trendy neighborhood just outside of Downtown San Diego. Filled with coffee shops, craft-beer bars and indie boutiques dotted along University Avenue. The restaurant scene is heavy on brunch spots, upscale pubs, taquerias, and sushi lounges. Homes here are historic and filled with charm. Property types range from condos, townhomes, and single-family residential.

    South Park is a charming residential area with popular neighborhood restaurants that range from innovative vegan food to Italian eats. Tree-lined Fern and 30th streets, the main thoroughfares, are also home to indie boutiques and cafes, while nearby Grape Street Dog Park has views over the downtown skyline. The adjacent Golden Hill area is known for its classic bungalow homes and artisanal coffee bars.

  • La Jolla

    “The Jewel” of the West Coast, La Jolla is often called Beverly Hills on the beach. Known for its rugged coastline, Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, and world-renowned Torrey Pines Golf Course. La Jolla has multiple charming neighborhoods. The most distinctive being La Jolla Cove, Birdrock, and La Jolla Shores. 

    La Jolla Cove has sweeping coastline views and walkability to high-end hotels, name-brand boutiques, and waterfront restaurants. If you want to be in the middle of all of the liveliness, La Jolla Cove is the neighborhood for you.

    La Jolla Shores is most famous for its expansive beach. Known as "The Shores" by locals, you can see residents enjoy morning jogs, kayaking, and surfing. Properties in this area range from beachfront homes to cliffside estates.

    Bird Rock sits on the southwestern end of La Jolla and borders Pacific Beach to the South. Bird Rock is known as one of the best surfing spots in San Diego. The quaint shopping district is a charming area that features many different locally owned businesses. Properties in this area are situated on wide streets with ocean and hillside views.

  • Del Mar

    Home to the Del Mar Races, San Diego County Fair, and Kaaboo, Del Mar is a charming and historic community north of San Diego. The community’s old-world charm is reflected in the quaint half-timbered Tudor-style architecture seen throughout its shopping district and residential properties. The Village of Del Mar offers a variety of unique shops, renowned restaurants, and luxury and beach-style hotels, many with spectacular ocean views. Properties here range from spectacular oceanfront compounds to beautiful homes nestled along the hillsides with jaw-dropping ocean views.

  • Encinitas

    Recently named among the 20 best surf towns in the world by National Geographic, Encinitas wears its surf history proudly. Located along six miles of Pacific Ocean coastline, Encinitas is an unspoiled reminder of the historic Highway 101 beach culture that thrived in the mid-1900s. Encinitas has grown a lot in the past century but what still remains the same is the laid-back beach lifestyle. Properties range from condos, townhomes, and small bungalows, to large Estates atop cliffside bluffs. While homes on the west side enjoy beautiful ocean views, properties to the east enjoy picturesque hillside views.

  • Carlsbad

    Located in scenic North County and known as “The Village by the Sea", Carlsbad is a beach town known for Tamarack Surf Beach, South Carlsbad State Beach, Legoland California, and The Flower Fields. Carlsbad’s topography varies greatly depending on what part of the city you’re in. From the ocean, to its lagoons, to its hillsides. Properties on both the coastal side and inland range from condos, townhomes, and large estates.

  • Oceanside

    Centrally located in the heart of Southern California, Oceanside is perfectly situated between San Diego and Los Angeles. A true California beach town with a tangible laid-back vibe. The city boasts spectacular year-round weather, gorgeous beaches, a historic wooden pier, quaint New England-style harbor, and charming bungalow neighborhoods. 

  • Rancho Santa Fe

    Located in San Diego's North County, this unique inland community just seven miles from the Pacific Ocean, is a quaint village close to the water but still tucked away. The majority of the homes here are Spanish-Mediterranean style. Imagine the luxury of Beverly Hills, Bel-Air, and Malibu but with a rustic countryside charm.

  • Vista

    Located just seven miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, Vista is nestled among scenic foothills. Vista offers large city services in a small-town package. The city is a great mix of coastal and country living. In the more inland parts of the city horse properties are commonly found.

  • San Marcos

    Home to Cal State San Marcos, this quiet city is 5 miles from the ocean and 35 miles from the city center of San Diego. It is a beautiful foothill community with an appealing climate and small-town feel. Lake San Marcos is a centerpiece of the city and it is home to dozens of parks and 60+ miles of hiking & biking trails. Shopping, dining and recreation opportunities are abundant.

  • Escondido

    Escondido may mean “hidden” but it’s no secret there’s a lot going on here! Located just 30 miles northeast of downtown San Diego and about 18 miles from the coast, Escondido is the heart of northern San Diego. Rich in history and culture, it is most popular for being the home of San Diego Zoo Safari Park. Escondido is also known for its numerous golf courses, hiking, biking, and fishing areas, avocado and citrus groves, vineyards and scenic valleys, and horse properties. Escondido is a diverse, vibrant community with just the right mix of small town friendliness and contemporary character. Homs here can range from your average single family residential to a grand estate surrounded by acres of avocado groves.

  • Poway

    Poway, often referred to as "The City in the Country" is a close-knit community north of San Diego. Like the city's slogan says, enjoy all the pleasures of suburban living all while being surrounded by rolling hills, lush parks, hiking trails and Lake Poway. Ranch-style homes reign supreme here.

  • La Mesa

    Centrally located in the rolling hills of San Diego County, La Mesa is known as the Jewel of the Hills. A near perfect climate, tree-lined streets, easy access to retail and commercial areas, and a quaint downtown village make La Mesa a highly desirable community in which to live and work.