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Area # Listings Min Price Max Price PPSQFT ALLIED GARDENS 1 $398,000 $398,000 $636 CAMP PENDLETON 0 $0 $0 $0 CAMPO 0 $0 $0 $0 CARMEL MOUNTAIN RANCH 0 $0 $0 $0 CITY HEIGHTS 4 $375,000 $650,000 $599 CLAIREMONT 6 $375,000 $1,200,000 $543 COLLEGE GROVE 1 $385,000 $385,000 $532 CORONADO CAYS 0 $0 $0 $0 CORONADO SHORES 16 $1,550,000 $4,350,000 $1,998 CORONADO VILLAGE 17 $719,995 $8,250,000 $1,686 CROWN POINT 1 $915,000 $915,000 $940 DEL CERRO 0 $0 $0 $0 DESCANSO 0 $0 $0 $0 DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO 166 $290,000 $5,995,000 $903 DULZURA 0 $0 $0 $0 ENCANTO 0 $0 $0 $0 GUATAY 0 $0 $0 $0 HILLCREST 15 $396,000 $1,575,000 $737 JACUMBA 0 $0 $0 $0 JAMUL 0 $0 $0 $0 JULIAN 0 $0 $0 $0 KEARNY MESA 1 $749,900 $749,900 $609 KENSINGTON 1 $450,000 $450,000 $781 LA COSTA 23 $569,000 $1,475,000 $556 LAKE SAN MARCOS 10 $178,900 $899,000 $437 LEUCADIA 3 $3,150,000 $4,100,000 $1,967 LINDA VISTA 8 $360,000 $950,000 $620 LOGAN HEIGHTS 1 $1,700,000 $1,700,000 $530 MIDDLETOWN 0 $0 $0 $0 MIRA MESA 11 $379,000 $889,000 $617 MISSION BEACH 11 $607,000 $2,850,000 $1,604 MISSION HILLS 2 $429,900 $435,000 $618 MISSION VALLEY 37 $359,000 $1,759,000 $637 MISSION VILLAGE 0 $0 $0 $0 MOUNT HELIX 0 $0 $0 $0 MOUNT LAGUNA 0 $0 $0 $0 NORMAL HEIGHTS 3 $419,900 $520,000 $716 NORTH PARK 20 $289,000 $1,495,000 $735 OCEAN BEACH 6 $649,000 $998,000 $1,035 OLIVENHAIN 0 $0 $0 $0 PACIFIC BEACH 19 $449,000 $1,850,000 $1,023 PALA 0 $0 $0 $0 PALOMAR MOUNTAIN 0 $0 $0 $0 PARADISE HILLS 0 $0 $0 $0 PAUMA VALLEY 2 $650,000 $729,000 $370 PINE VALLEY 0 $0 $0 $0 POINT LOMA 30 $414,000 $2,495,500 $678 POTRERO 0 $0 $0 $0 RANCHITA 0 $0 $0 $0 RANCHO BERNARDO 27 $475,000 $979,000 $527 RANCHO PENASQUITOS 2 $619,995 $1,100,000 $655 RANCHO SAN DIEGO 1 $420,000 $420,000 $660 RANCHO SANTA FE 0 $0 $0 $0 SABRE SPRINGS 0 $0 $0 $0 SAN CARLOS 3 $529,995 $740,000 $495 SAN CLEMENTE 0 $0 $0 $0 SAN DIEGO COUNTRY ESTATES 0 $0 $0 $0 SAN YSIDRO 2 $359,000 $438,900 $623 SANTA YSABEL 0 $0 $0 $0 SCRIPPS RANCH 3 $675,000 $869,000 $638 SERRA MESA 9 $400,000 $1,759,000 $700 TALMADGE 0 $0 $0 $0 TECATE 0 $0 $0 $0 TIERRASANTA 8 $685,000 $999,000 $541 UNIVERSITY CITY 32 $399,000 $1,150,000 $707 UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS 2 $610,000 $760,000 $752 VALLEY CENTER 0 $0 $0 $0
Browse San Diego Area Condos by Area
DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO
$290,000 to $5,995,000
$359,000 to $1,759,000
$399,000 to $1,150,000
$414,000 to $2,495,500
$475,000 to $979,000
$569,000 to $1,475,000
$289,000 to $1,495,000
$449,000 to $1,850,000
$719,995 to $8,250,000
$1,550,000 to $4,350,000
$396,000 to $1,575,000
$607,000 to $2,850,000
$379,000 to $889,000
LAKE SAN MARCOS
$178,900 to $899,000
$400,000 to $1,759,000
$685,000 to $999,000
$360,000 to $950,000
$649,000 to $998,000
$375,000 to $1,200,000
$375,000 to $650,000
$3,150,000 to $4,100,000
$529,995 to $740,000
$675,000 to $869,000
$419,900 to $520,000
$359,000 to $438,900
$619,995 to $1,100,000
$429,900 to $435,000
$610,000 to $760,000
$650,000 to $729,000
RANCHO SAN DIEGO
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Priced at $398,000
Priced at $1,700,000
Priced at $749,900
Priced at $915,000
Priced at $385,000
Priced at $450,000
Downtown San Diego hosts a number of different condo community options including many walkable neighborhoods, including Columbia, Cortez Hill, East Village, Gaslamp Quarter, and the Marina District.
Mission Valley is a wide river valley in the heart of San Diego through which the San Diego River flows west into the Pacific Ocean. It was the site of the first Spanish settlement in California and is home to Mission San Diego de Alcala, Presidio Park, and Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. Today, it's a hub for shopping centers with restaurants, small businesses, auto dealers, movie theaters, and hotels. Qualcomm Stadium, home to the San Diego Chargers, attracts ...
University City is located in the area of the city that is bounded by three freeways: Interstate 5, Interstate 805, and California State Highway 52. These freeways form a triangular border around the region, hence the area is often referred to as \"the Golden Triangle\". The University Towne Center shopping mall is located near the center of University City, while the campus of the University of California, San Diego, from whom the town derives its name, is to the west. A lot of ...
Point Loma, a hilly peninsula, is an oceanside community with fantastic ocean, bay, and canyon views.
Rancho Bernardo is located about 20 miles north-north-east of downtown San Diego, immediately northwest of the city of Poway and south of Escondido. Rancho Bernardo, or popularly known as RB, consists of canyons and rolling hills.
The picturesque community of La Costa, tucked into the coastal resort city of Carlsbad, is most famous for the La Costa Resort and Spa, a luxury hotel renowned for its championship golf courses. This exclusive area is located north of Olivenhain Road, east of El Camino Real, south of Alga Road, and west of the north-south part of Rancho Santa Fe Blvd. The community's most prominent neighborhoods include La Costa Greens, La Costa Oaks, La Costa Ridge, and La Costa Valley. ...
North Park is located northeast of Balboa Park with picturesque canyons to the north that overlook Mission Valley. Small, family-owned retail shops and restaurants line the neighborhood's business district with a style reminiscent of the 1930s, giving the town a cool, retro flavor. Art galleries abound, and the North Park Theatre, built in 1928, is a treasured landmark. Many eclectic restaurants and independent coffee houses are concentrated around 30th Street and University ...
"PB", as it is known as by local residents, is also home to one of San Diego's larger nightlife areas, with dozens of bars and eateries lining main east-west street Garnet and north-south street Mission.
Coronado Village is where you live when you want more of the quieter, small town living. Don't look for highrises here - instead you'll find midrise communities and townhomes, many within walking or biking distance to local restaurants and all those places you need to enjoy the car-less life, like food markets, hair salons and more.
The Coronado Shores is aptly named for the 32 stunning acres of Pacific shoreline it occupies on Coronado Island, just south of the world famous Hotel del Coronado. It consists of ten luxury oceanfront towers with panoramic views of San Diego Bay, San Diego\'s Point Loma, the Pacific Ocean, Coronado, and the Vallecito Mountains.Each of the ten 15-story towers is governed by its own Condominium Association. Residents of The Coronado Shores are minutes from downtown Coronado where they ...
Hillcrest is a vibrant pedestrian friendly area filled with boutique shops, restaurants and art galleries. It is bordered to its south by Balboa Park and is only two miles from downtown San Diego.
Mission Beach is one of the better known beaches in San Diego, perhaps because of Belmont Park and its centerpiece, The Giant Dipper roller coaster, originally built in the 1920\\\'s.
Mira Mesa, a large SD suburb, is bordered by Interstate 15 to the east, Interstate 805 to the west, the Los Penasquitos Canyon to the north and Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, to the south. At the west end, the Sorrento Valley business and technology park is a major employer.
Northern San Diego County is home to many gorgeous communities and Lake San Marcos is no exception. This charming area pampers visitors and residents alike with numerous golf courses, quaint shopping centers, and its very own Lake San Marcos Resort and Country Club. Lake San Marcos is close to the intersection of S. Rancho Santa Fe Road and W. San Marcos Boulevard, just a short drive from the city of San Marcos and the beautiful beaches of Carlsbad.
This community of nearly 25,000 residents has an interesting history. It was first part of the Mission Rancho Lands of San Diego given to the Catholic Church by the king of Spain. In 1834, Mexico secularized the missions and the land was deeded to various men. Serra Mesa lies between Interstate 805 and Interstate 15, south of Aero Drive and north of Friars Road. Residents enjoy the beauty of 84 acres of preserved native habitat that runs adjacent to the community. The Serra Mesa ...
The tree lined streets of Tierrasanta\'s condo communities offer buyers a neighborhood feel within a short commute to downtown and La Jolla Village. Minimal commercial centers are dispersed throughout the community, which also features ...
Linda Vista, which means "pretty view" in Spanish, is situated on a mesa overlooking Mission Valley just east of Mission Bay. The view is spectacular. Stand on the western edge of Alcala Park and you'll be rewarded with views of Mission Hills, Old Town, Point Loma, Bay Park, Mission Beach, Ocean Beach, and Pacific Beach. The community is home to The University of San Diego and is located just two miles north of downtown San Diego. Students are privileged with views of La ...
The community of Ocean Beach has everything a California beach town should -- miles of gorgeous beach, endless days of sunshine, the Pacific Ocean -- combined with surf shops, funky restaurants, coffee houses, bars, and tattoo parlors. Small boutiques and antique stores draw shoppers to Newport Avenue. Dog Beach, where dogs can run leash-free, and the Ocean Beach Pier, where fishing is permitted without a license, are huge attractions. Snuggled between the hills of Point Loma ...
Clairemont is a community in northern San Diego. It was named for developer Carlos Taveras' wife, Claire. Clairemont is one of the most populous neighborhoods in San Diego and includes the separate neighborhoods of Northern Clairemont, and Clairemont Mesa East and West. Bordered by Highway 52 in the north, Interstate 805 in the east, Interstate 5 in the west, and the neighborhood of Linda Vista on the south. The neighborhood was first developed in the post-war building boom of the 1950s. ...
City Heights is a large community in the eastern part of San Diego. A very diverse neighborhood, City Heights is undergoing a renaissance in new construction and a definite re-growth of the area.
The eclectic community of Leucadia was originally named after the Greek island which bears its name and means sheltered paradise. It's tree lined streets and boulevards represent one of the more established, rustic neighborhoods of Encinitas in North County San Diego. It's filled to the brim with art galleries, music stores, unusual boutiques, and surf shops. Visitors flock to Leucadia State Beach and Encinitas County Beach as well as three popular surf spots with vertical ...
San Carlos was named after one of the ships sent by Spain to explore California. Situated in east San Diego County in a densely populated area, the community is largely residential with many ranch style homes built in the 1960s and 1970s. Mission Trails Regional Park is located just south and is the largest urban park in the U.S., offering residents over 6,000 acres of mountain biking, hiking, and equestrian trails. Cowles Mountain and Lake Murray are also part of this sprawling ...
Scripps Ranch, located east of Interstate 15 in the northeastern part of San Diego, nearby Miramar Air Station. Enjoy the many parks, walking trails, and spectacular mountain and countryside views adjacent to Miramar Lake.
Normal in Normal Heights means fun, quirky, and laid back! This unique community neighbors University Heights to the west and Kensington to the east and is located in the hills above Mission Valley. Adams Avenue, the main thoroughfare in Normal Heights is lined with antique, vintage, and consignment shops and is known by locals as "Antique Row." There are book stores, coffee houses, and a growing arts community. Restaurants feature names like Blind Lady Ale House which uses organic ...
Located in the southernmost portion of California and 15 miles south of downtown San Diego, San Ysidro is known as "The Gateway to the Americas." While it is an important center of commerce between the U.S. and Mexico, this community has managed to maintain its village-like appeal. Neighborhoods within San Ysidro feature well-kept older homes as well as newer urban areas. Shoppers are drawn to the new Las Americas Center as well as to the shops along San Ysidro Boulevard. The San ...
Rancho Penasquitos (meaning little cliffs) is surrounded by a beautiful canyon open space preserve offering hiking, biking and equestrian trails. The most prominent feature of the community is Black Mountain which rises to an elevation of 1,500 feet. Rancho Penasquitos is commonly known as PQ and is located in zip code 92129.
The community of Mission Hills, developed in the early 1900s, sits upon the gentle hills above Old Town with a beautiful view of San Diego Bay. Many of the historic homes were designed by Architect Irving Gill and have been preserved and renovated. Styles are a mix of Spanish Revival, Mission-style, Craftsman, and California Bungalow. The stately homes with manicured lawns on peaceful streets makes this community one of the most desirable in San Diego. Unique retail shops are ...
University Heights, one of San Diego\'s oldest communities. Unique shops, outdoor cafes, live entertainment in the many local establishments. Free concerts at the Trolley Barn Park for the whole family to enjoy.
Drive northeast from Escondido and San Marcos in San Diego North County and you'll find Pauma Valley tucked away between lush citrus and avocado groves. This small community is close to Highway 15, allowing easy access to the nearby coastal communities. Residents enjoy visiting nearby Palomar Mountain, home to the Palomar Observatory, the Hale Telescope, and the Palomar Mountain State Park. The Pauma Valley Country Club is a private club set at the foot of Palomar ...
The master-planned community of Rancho San Diego is located just south of El Cajon and northeast of Spring Valley on the north edge of Steele Canyon County Park. This neighborhood park offers residents 8.3 acres of recreational opportunities including a multipurpose sports field, a tennis court, a basketball court, and shaded picnic areas. The quaint community also offers local parks, five golf courses, and an abundance of hiking, jogging, and equestrian trails. Beach ...
# Active Listings 1 Min Price $398,000 Max Price $398,000 Avg Price $398,000 PPSFT $636
Kearny Mesa, located in the eastern portion of San Diego County, was named for the former Camp Kearny, a United States military base active in the area from 1917 to 1946. Today, the base is occupied by the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. It's a culturally vibrant town with Convoy Street hosting a variety of Asian restaurants such as Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, and Thai. The town's recent leap into high tech industries has drawn new residents into the area ...
Situated just south of Pacific Beach and across the water from Mission Beach, Crown Point juts out into the harbor in the shape of a P-ickle. The east side has Crown Point Beach, a popular beach spot for the locals with grassy areas, sand and fire pits. The west side looks out onto Sail Bay. Condos at Crown Point are usually in midrise buildings, with some condos having the enviable position of overlooking the water, like Bay Contempo and Bay Scene.
College Grove is ideally located east of downtown San Diego, close to Balboa Park, PETCO Park, and the Gaslamp District. It\'s a town booming with housing and retail redevelopment making it an exciting place to live. This area offers a farmers market, antique stores, and a small casino. Chollas Lake Park, an urban park shaded with eucalyptus trees and a 16-acre reservoir, features picnic areas and a running trail.
Located on the southeastern end of Mission Valley, Kensington is known for its quiet streets and spanish style homes.
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Last Updated: 2023-12-02