Located just north of Pacific Beach and
Mission Bay is the wonderful town of La Jolla, Spanish for "the jewel". This elegant community consists of Mediterranean-styled homes and comprises 13 miles of glorious coastline, beaches and coves.
The stylish Prospect Street
includes a financial district as well as high-end retailers, jewelers, boutiques, restaurants, and the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art.
The campus of the University of California San Diego (UCSD) offers unlimited educational opportunities on 1200 acres of coastal La Jolla woodland.
La Jolla is also home to Scripps Institute of Oceanography, the Stephen Birch Aquarium, and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies.
Successful professionals and wealthy, retired residents make-up most of the seaside, quiet community.
Summer days tend to bring in lots of visitors to the
spectacular beaches, but the "Calm of La Jolla" begins as the sun sets, as visitors return to their homes.
As a resident, you can enjoy calm, safe walks on the beach or throughout the community, making this an ideal place to live.
Recreational activities such as surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving and the Torrey Pines Golf course, offset the quiet lifestyle here. There are
several garden apartments and condos, with open views of the spectacular ocean horizon and views of dolphins swimming are not uncommon.
Most of the properties are in resales or rebuilt homes with predominantly custom single-family homes among the most expensive in San Diego County. -
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