Point Loma Real Estate for Sale
Point Loma is a community located on the coast with amazing views, historical significance, gorgeous beaches, and incredible dining. If you enjoy living and spending time by the water, then this may be a neighborhood to consider.
La Playa is a neighborhood that is in the Bayside area and includes Shelter Island, known for its restaurants, hotels, and boating. The average home in this area is over $1,300,000.
The Wooded Area is a neighborhood located between La Playa neighborhood and Sunset Cliffs surrounded by parks, fantastic views, and tree-lined streets. The average home in this neighborhood is around $1,000,000.
Roseville – Fleet Ridge
Roseville- Fleet Ridge is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Point Loma and became part of San Diego in 1869. On the Eastside, bounded by the San Diego Bay and Rosecrans Street. Nimitz Boulevard and Chatsworth are on the North, Catalina Boulevard in the West, and Canon Street in the South. The average home in this neighborhood is around $700,000.
The Naval Base Point Loma, Cabrillo National Monument, and the Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery is located on the southern one-third of Point Loma Peninsula. This is entirely federal land.
If you are thinking of moving to this area of San Diego and find this information helpful, please contact the McT Real Estate Group when you are ready to buy a house. In the meantime, feel free to use our website at www.McTrealestategroup.com to search for homes in Point Loma and other parts of San Diego.
Point Loma Heights has two schools. Noted as one of the best schools in Silver Gate Elementary. It is rated 10. Sbc-High Technical High is close by and rated higher than the San Diego Unified School District.
Dining and Shopping
Seafood is popular in Point Loma. Mitch’s Seafood Restaurant, located at San Diego’s working waterfront with views of the fishing fleets, is one that you don’t want to miss. For an Italian Cuisine with a rustic and refined atmosphere, head on over to Pomodoro Ristorante Italiano. You will be greeted with Italian music and colorful “Tomato Inspired” decor.
There are also many small boutique-style shops throughout Point Loma as well as big retail stores. San Diego’s Sports Arena is home to Kobey’s Swap Meet, an enormous outdoor market that takes place Friday-Sunday. Interesting furniture, art, antiques, food, and Nik-naks can be found at Kobey’s.
With waterfront views of San Diego, visiting their dock-and-dine restaurant, Bali Hai is a pleasure. If you are fortunate to be on a boat, you can motor up to the restaurant. Other restaurants that people flock to around the marina are the Kona Kai Dining Room as well as the Red Snails. You can also keep it simple and visit the neighborhood bars that are simply down to earth.
Parks and Recreation
In the center of Point Loma, there is a small neighborhood community sports park that houses two baseball fields and four tennis courts. The little league plays here as well as Concerts that take place in the summer.
On both sides of Nimitz Boulevard in Collier Park, the park has a play area for children and also is the home of Point Loma Native Plant Reserve.
The 10,000 square foot park overlooks Point Loma Marina and is surrounded by the waterfront promenade. Some of the most beautiful sunset views of the hillsides of Point Loma peninsula and San Diego Bay can be seen from this area.