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Coronado February 26, 2022
32
Listed
31
Avg. DOM
$1,465.27
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$3,100,000
Med. List Price
32 Properties
Page 1 of 3
2
Beds
1
Baths
750
Sq.Ft.
1951
Year Built
2
Days on Site
220004286
MLS
Cottage charmer with endless potential. Remodel or build your dream home! Conveniently located & walking distance to beaches, Glorietta Bay, The Ferry Landing, Coronado Golf Course, Yacht Club,...
Coming Soon on 02/28
821 Balboa Avenue Coronado, CA 92118
$3,100,000
Subdivision: Coronado Village
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,972
Sq.Ft.
1956
Year Built
2
Days on Site
220004359
MLS
Welcome to this spacious, single-level home that has been incredibly well cared for and upgraded over the years! Natural light greets you at the front door through skylights, large windows and doors....
$2,560,000
Subdivision: El Mirador
2
Beds
3
Baths
1,340
Sq.Ft.
1978
Year Built
2
Days on Site
220004370
MLS
Gorgeous HIGHLY desirable BEACH ACCESS Coronado Shores condo! 2bed/ 3bath with a permitted additional full bath and cleverly added additional bedroom/den or office space. This home has a massive...
$3,100,000
Subdivision: Country Club Estates
4
Beds
3
Baths
2,020
Sq.Ft.
1956
Year Built
4
Days on Site
220004112
MLS
Fantastic location near the beach! Lovely ranch style home in Country Club Estates. Tax record shows lot size to be 8400 sqft. Updated kitchen with beautiful countertops and very nice cabinetry....
5
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
2,580
Sq.Ft.
2013
Year Built
5
Days on Site
305058845
MLS
Charming historic Coronado Village home. Traditional costal feel. Quiet street, steps away from Bayview park, and walking distance to the Ferry Landing. Expansion and remodeling completed in 2016....
4
Beds
4F21/2
Baths
4,144
Sq.Ft.
2011
Year Built
5
Days on Site
305058974
MLS
Waterfront Dream Home. Step inside this architectural masterpiece by Matrix Designs, Gemmell and Williams. The exquisite contemporary design flows seamlessly allowing the indoor to harmonize with the...
$1,825,000
Subdivision: La Playa
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,479
Sq.Ft.
1978
Year Built
6
Days on Site
220003894
MLS
Don't miss this opportunity to own La Playa #1506! Panoramic Bay, City and Bridge views plus the new grand entrance to the Hotel Del Coronado. This two bedroom, two bath unit features the preferred...
$5,395,000
Subdivision: Coronado Cays
4
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
4,351
Sq.Ft.
2003
Year Built
9
Days on Site
220003762
MLS
UNBELIEVABLE VIEWS! A spectacular Southern California seaside gem features 3+ bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, expansive 80 feet of water frontage & two private docks. Enjoy breathtaking views from almost...
$2,650,000
Subdivision: Coronado Village
3,500
Sq.Ft.
12
Days on Site
305054305
MLS
R4 zoned Orange Avenue location ready for redevelopment! 751-753 Orange is a 25x140 parcel zoned for 3 new condos and is directly adjacent to separately listed 741 Orange Ave. This opportunity...
$3,595,000
Subdivision: Village
5
Beds
2F21/2
Baths
2,370
Sq.Ft.
1939
Year Built
13
Days on Site
220003232
MLS
New England charmer with beautiful secluded and landscaped yard. Fantastic village location on quiet street. This Cape offers a private downstairs primary bedroom suite, 3 large bedrooms upstairs,...
$3,800,000
Subdivision: Village
3
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
2,801
Sq.Ft.
2005
Year Built
13
Days on Site
220003235
MLS
Built in 2005, this custom, French Normandy home was designed by architect Gordon Beekley, and is situated on a premiere Coronado street. Construction and materials are SUPERIOR with impressive wood...
$6,600,000
Subdivision: Coronado Village
7
Beds
6F11/2
Baths
4,661
Sq.Ft.
2012
Year Built
14
Days on Site
220003218
MLS
MAGNIFICENT & UNIQUE AMPLE 12,632 SQFT LOT SIZE TUDOR ARCHITECTURAL-STYLE PROPERTY IN CORONADO VILLAGE. AMAZING REMODELING MADE FOR THIS 4,661 ESTIMATED SQFT. IN 2021 WITH MORE THAN $950K IN UPDATES...

Coronado Information and Highlights

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Coronado Information and Highlights

Constantly voted for having the best beaches in the country, the city of Coronado offers white sand beaches, great atmosphere, and plenty of luxurious hotels. Coronado, which is about 15 minutes across the San Diego Big Bay, is most notably known for two structures; the San Diego Coronado Bridge and the historic Hotel Del Coronado. 

The lush island town of Coronado is a great attraction to individuals who want to own a home that offers breathtaking view of the sparkling Pacific Ocean. If you’re considering a real estate investment in one of the most affluent areas of the United States, you’ve come to the right place. This article compiles the most important highlights about owning a home and living in ‘the Crown City’. 

History

The town of Coronado was incorporated in 1890 when the island was purchased by Elisha Spurr Babcock, who created the Coronado Beach Company to turn the island into a resort community. In 1888, the company built the famous Hotel del Coronado, which attracted large numbers of tourists and as a result, Coronado became a major resort destination of the country. In addition to Hotel del Coronado, the Coronado Beach Company also built boating and baseball clubs and a school house.

In 1900, John D. Spreckels opened a tent city for visitors, a vacation area just south of Hotel del Coronado, which lasted for 39 years with the last cottage being torn down in early 1941.

The town of Coronado was connected to San Diego in 1910s by the Class 1 streetcars that were designed by the San Diego Electric Railway Company (SDER), and a public transit system that was built by Spreckels. Coronado also played a key role in the country’s naval aeronautical development, starting after WWI.

The Museum of History and Art and the Coronado Historical Association are a quick, informative stop to learn more about Coronado’s history. The museum has a collection of photographs, military belongings, and other artifacts that tell the visitors about the story of life of early inhabitants on the island. 

Location

Coronado is a tied island that is connected by a tombolo. The town is spread over an area of 32.6 square miles, of which 7.9 square miles is land and the rest 24.7 square miles is water. It is conveniently located just across the bay from downtown San Diego and its many attractions. The drive from the San Diego International Airport to Coronado takes 15 to 20 minutes. 

On the north of Coronado, there is San Diego-Coronado Bridge that connects the town to San Diego. On the south, the town is connected to the mainland by the Silver Strand, a 7 miles long sandy tombolo, which is a popular site for bicycling and jogging.

Weather

Since the incorporation of Coronado in 1890, visitors have travelled to this island to enjoy its fabulous resort lifestyle and incredible weather. Coronado receives about 10 inches of rain and plenty of sunshine every year. On average, there are 265 sunny days per year.

The weather is amazing to spend a day relaxing on the beach or rent a bicycle and tour the island.  Average temperature is 70 degrees. The comfort index of Coronado is 45 out of 100, which is better when compared to the US average comfort index of 44.   

Shopping

Coronado offers one of the best shopping experiences in the United States. So, indulge in brands that you love at the best shopping destinations in Coronado.

  • Zazen - 1100 1st Street - (619) 435 4780
  • Root 75 - 845 Orange Ave - (619) 435-6060
  • Bullshirt - 1007 Orange Ave - (619) 437 4393
  • The Attic - 1011 Orange Ave - (619) 435 5432
  • Charisma - 1158 Orange Ave - (619) 435-5542
  • Bay Books - 1029 Orange Ave - (619) 435 0070
  • Island Surf - 1009 Orange Ave - (619) 435-1527
  • Seaside Papery - 1162 Orange Ave - (619) 435-5565
  • Earth Wind & Sea - 1303 Orange Ave - (619) 522-9633
  • Paris & Me Boutique - 1154 Orange Ave - (619) 435 0514
  • Blue Jeans and Bikinis - 971 Orange Ave - (619) 319-5858
  • Coronado Ferry Landing - 1201 1st Street - (616) 435 8895

Restaurants

From bayside restaurants to luxury dining at Hotel del Coronado, there are unlimited options for food lovers in Coronado. Here are some of the best of them.

  • Il Fornaio - 1333 1st St - (619) 437-4911
  • Lobster West - 1033 B Ave - (619) 675-0002
  • Islander - 1166 Orange Ave - (619) 435 2121 
  • Gustatory - 120 Orange Ave - (619) 319 5696
  • Chez Loma - 1132 Loma Ave - (619) 435-0661
  • Brigantine - 1333 Orange Ave - (619) 435-4166
  • Saiko Sushi - 116 Orange Ave - (619) 435-0868
  • The Fish Company - 1007 C Ave - (619) 435-3945
  • Lil Piggy’s Bar-B-Q - 1201 1st St - (619) 522-0217
  • Miguel’s Cocina - 1351 Orange Ave - (619) 437-4237
  • Leroy’s Kitchen - 1015 Orange Ave - (619) 437 6087
  • Primavera Ristorante - 932 Orange Ave - (619) 435-0454
  • Bluewater Boathouse Seafood Grill - 1701 Strand Way - (619) 435 0155
  • 1500 Ocean at Hotel del Coronado - 1500 Orange Ave - (619) 522 8490

Nightlife

After an afternoon at the beach or touring Coronado, a night at a lively club or a bar can cap off the day the perfect way. Here are some of the best beachside bars, hot nightclubs, and other intimate venues that offer you a host of partying opportunities.

  • Wine A Bit - 928 Orange Ave - (619) 365-4953
  •  Sunset Bar - 1500 Orange Ave - (619) 522 8490
  • The Little Club - 132 Orange Ave - (619) 435 5885
  • McP’s Irish Pub - 1107 Orange Ave - (619) 435-5280
  • Night & Day Cafe - 847 Orange Ave - (619) 435-9776
  • Park Place Liquor & Deli - 1000 Park Pl - (619) 435-0116
  • Sun Deck Bar & Grill - 1500 Orange Ave - (619) 435-6611
  • Babcock & Story Bar - 1500 Orange Ave - (619) 522-8490
  • Stake Chophouse & Bar - 1309 Orange Ave - (619) 522-0077
  • Danny’s Palm Bar and Grill - 965 Orange Ave - (619) 435 3171
  • ENO Pizzeria and Wine Bar - 1500 Orange Ave - (619) 522 8546
  • Coronado Shores Beach Club - 1768 Avenida Del Mundo - (619) 435 1711

Schools

Coronado offers world class educational opportunities and has some of the best-rated public and private schools in the US. In addition to schools known for rigorous academic standards and highly coordinated curricula, there are a number of art schools located in Coronado as well that offer great learning opportunities to aspiring young artists.

  • Sacred Heart Parish School – (619) 437 4431
  • Coronado Middle School – 530 Alameda Blvd
  • Coronado High School – 850-898 6th St
  • Coronado Performing Arts Center – 650 D Ave – (619) 522 0450
  • Awesome Artist – 1011 C Ave – (619) 435 4700

Landmarks

Coronado is a beautiful beach city that can cater to the interests of almost anyone. There is so much natural and man-made beauty that the town doesn’t bore the locals even. Below are some famous landmarks;  visit these places to explore the history of Coronado.

  • Hotel del Coronado – It is one of the most visited landmarks of Coronado. The hotel has remained a fixture in San Diego since 1880s and is known as one of the most unique of beautiful resort hotels of the country. Hotel del Coronado has hosted ten presidents of the United States. 
  • The San Diego-Coronado Bridge – The 2.1-miles long giant bridge connects the town of Coronado with San Diego and offers spectacular views of Coronado landscape and San Diego city lights.
  • Coronado Museum of History and Art – The Coronado Historical Association has organized this museum to showcase and appreciate the unique history, art, architecture, and other historical resources of Coronado. The museum’s archive contains 1880s newspapers and over 20,000 historical photographs.

Transportation

There are a number of transportation options to explore the beautiful town of Coronado. Public transport options include MTS Bus 901 that travels off island and MTS Bus 901 that travels along Orange Ave to the Bay front and Ferry Landing.

Bicycles are a true hallmark of Coronado’s lifestyle. There are a number of bike rental shops from where one can rent a bike and explore the 15-mile long bike path.

Conclusion

To conclude, San Diego’s enchanted island, Coronado, has a lot more to offer than simply beaches. The town presents a wealth of places to discover, including art galleries, restaurants, gold courses, and shopping malls that make it a perfect place to own a property in California.  

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