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Ocean Beach January 23, 2022
16
Listed
21
Avg. DOM
$887.48
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,574,975
Med. List Price
16 Properties
Page 1 of 2
$1,245,000
Subdivision: W Point Loma
4
Beds
2
Baths
3,126
Sq.Ft.
3
Days on Site
305039787
MLS
Awesome duplex perfectly situated between Point Loma and Ocean Beach. Located on a quiet street with peaceful water views of the slough. Both units are 2 bed 1 bath. Front unit has oversized front...
$3,700,000
Subdivision: Ocean Beach
5
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
3,330
Sq.Ft.
2022
Year Built
3
Days on Site
220001393
MLS
Stunning views from this breath taking contemporary home. Last home available in development. Protected western views with deed restrictions on 3 neighboring homes. Top of the line finishes...
$585,000
Subdivision: Ocean Beach
2
Beds
2
Baths
844
Sq.Ft.
1989
Year Built
4
Days on Site
220001309
MLS
LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION!!! This beautiful 2 bedroom 2 bath Ocean Beach condo has a fantastic open concept floor plan & ample natural light. Split Bedrooms (bedrooms on opposite ends) makes this a...
$1,999,900
Subdivision: Sunset Cliffs
4
Beds
4
Baths
2,675
Sq.Ft.
1963
Year Built
5
Days on Site
305038688
MLS
Welcome to this beautiful Sunset Cliffs ocean view home steps from the water, beach & Sunset Cliffs Natural Park. This well maintained home sits perched on an elevated & quiet street in the highly...
2
Beds
2
Baths
949
Sq.Ft.
1989
Year Built
6
Days on Site
305037559
MLS
Ocean Beach's best value! Recently remodeled end unit. Home has wood floors, stackable washer/dryer inside the unit, new windows, 2 parking spaces within a gated parking garage. Balcony with some...
$499,000
Subdivision: Ocean Beach
2
Beds
1
Baths
606
Sq.Ft.
1980
Year Built
6
Days on Site
220001090
MLS
Welcome home! This adorable 2br/1ba corner unit is cute as a button. Features include remodeled kitchen w/stainless steel appliances, updated bathroom, laminate floors, dual paned windows, central...
$2,500,000
Subdivision: Point Loma Heights
4
Beds
3
Baths
2,779
Sq.Ft.
1938
Year Built
6
Days on Site
220001104
MLS
This beautiful two-story Monterey Spanish style home is perched on the hill overlooking the highly sought-after Ocean Beach/Sunset Cliffs neighborhood. The ocean views will instantly captivate you....
$899,000
Condo: Park Point Loma
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,637
Sq.Ft.
1973
Year Built
12
Days on Site
210033349
MLS
Location!Location!Location! The rarely available Unicorn 4 bedroom 3 bath model in charming and highly sought after Park Point Loma. Located on a one way very private and very quiet street in this...
$1,499,950
Subdivision: Upper Ocean Beach
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,797
Sq.Ft.
2002
Year Built
17
Days on Site
220000329
MLS
Perfect for any beach lover, this home is ideally located with convenient access to both I-8 and I-5 freeways. The proximity to restaurants, farmer s markets, and shops is the perfect distance...
$1,850,000
Subdivision: Ob
4
Beds
3
Baths
1,860
Sq.Ft.
1955
Year Built
21
Days on Site
210028521
MLS
1950's single level ranch style home on a cul-de-sac in great central Point Loma/Ocean Beach location. 3 bedroom 3 bath with optional 4th bedroom, family room and attached 2 car garage in original...
$1,150,000
Subdivision: Ocean Beach
2
Beds
1
Baths
980
Sq.Ft.
1920
Year Built
21
Days on Site
210031875
MLS
Two Bedroom secluded canyon cottage with private driveway on 9,400 square foot lot. The Home was built in the 1920's and originally associated with the Sefton Manor estate. The property is accessed...
$2,250,000
Subdivision: Ocean Beach
2
Beds
1
Baths
1,080
Sq.Ft.
1994
Year Built
23
Days on Site
210034084
MLS
Location! Location! Location! Great Investment opportunity! R-4 Zoning. Adjacent property must be included in the sale (4,900 square feet combined). Close to Shopping, Beaches, and Dusty Rhodes Park.

Ocean Beach Information and Highlights

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Ocean Beach Information and Highlights

Offering an enthralling view of San Diego’s sunset, Ocean Beach can simply be defined as a historic, full of life and breathtakingly beautiful neighborhood. The day starts with tiny golden droplets of beaches shining in the sunlight and ends with colorful lights, music, food, drinks, dance, and party with orange sun setting down behind the blue waters. 

Ocean Beach is known for its captivating charcoal roads surrounded by tall trees and beautiful houses. Most of the houses located close to the beaches have glass walls as one cannot simply keep their eyes off the beauty of the locality. So if you are planning to move to Ocean Beach, visiting it, or buying a property there then this quick guide is definitely your next best friend. 

History

Before 1887, Ocean Beach was known as Mussel Beach because of infinite mussels found on the shore. The development of this less inhabited area started in 1887 when Albert E. Higgins and Billy Carlson, the two developers, visited and named it the Ocean Beach due to a series of ocean beaches here. The slow but steady development was sped up with the development of Ocean Beach Railroad. Later, Ocean Beach Elementary School, Correia Middle School, YMCA, Church, and Cleator Community Park attracted more people from all over America but the core center of attention became the construction of Wonderland Amusement Park. 

As more people started visiting Ocean Beach, the investors took advantage of its clear blue water and golden sand, and introduced water sports. Surfing was introduced in 1916, soon followed by Kahanamoku. In 1970s, local urban development started including construction of more attractive houses, tourist resorts, hotels, restaurants, and beachside entertainment zones.  

Location

San Diego’s beachfront neighborhood, Ocean Beach is located only 7 miles from Downtown San Diego. Situated at San Diego River’s estuary, it is on the south of Mission Beach and Mission Bay, and just next to Point Lama’s northern side. Spread over 742 acres, its neighborhoods include the following. 

  • Adair Street on South
  • Pacific Ocean on the West
  • Froude Street, West Point Loma Boulevard and Seaside Street on the south

Weather

The weather of Ocean Beach remains fresh, breezy, and moderately sunny throughout the year. It is mostly 55 to 65 Fahrenheit from January to April. Then the weather starts rising and goes from 65 to 75 degree Fahrenheit from April to October. The sun starts cooling down from October and the weather is variable during this time, but moderate temperatures are noted through the remaining months. With medium precipitation and high humidity throughout the year, the beachfront is mostly windy. Medium breezes make the weather pleasant in remaining parts of the neighborhood.

Shopping

Stuff your wallet with money because this is the time to make the best of your shopping experiences at top shopping destinations in Ocean Beach, San Diego. 

  • Noon Designs - 4993 Niagara Ave - (619) 523-1744
  • Falling Sky Pottery - 1951 Abbott St - (619) 226-6820
  • Golden Seashell - 4920 Newport Ave - (619) 225-0481
  • Crystal Visions - 4966 Santa Monica Ave - (619) 255-5551
  • Sunshine Daydreams - 4979 Newport Ave - (619) 225-0708
  • The Holistic Science Co. - 4852 Voltaire St - (619) 365-9708
  • Ocean Gifts and Shells - 4934 Newport Ave - (619) 224-6702
  • Newport Avenue Antique Center - 4864 Newport Ave - (619) 222-8686
  • The Chameleon Hair Lounge & Boutique - 4728 Voltaire St - (619) 223-7006

Restaurants

Here we have listed the popular most restaurants and eateries in Ocean Beach, San Diego.

  • Hodad’s - 5010 Newport Ave - (619) 224-4623
  • The Joint - 4902 Newport Ave - (619) 222-8272
  • Sundara - 1774 Sunset Cliffs Blvd - (619) 889-0639
  • OB Noodle House - 2218 Cable St - (619) 450-6868
  • The Village Kitchen - 4853 Newport Ave  - (619) 222-0151
  • Pizza Port Ocean Beach - 1956 Bacon St - (619) 224-4700
  • South Beach Bar & Grille - 5059 Newport Ave - (619) 226-4577
  • Plant Power Fast Food - 2204 Sunset Cliffs Blvd - (619) 450-6845
  • BO-beau kitchen + bar - 4996 W Point Loma Blvd - (619) 224-2884
  • The Old Townhouse Restaurant - 4941 Newport Ave - (619) 222-1880

Nightlife

Ocean Beach, San Diego is star of the eyes primarily because of its active lifestyle. With countless festivals, contests and activities going throughout the year, there is always something to mark on the calendar. Even when there is nothing going on in the town, the night lights are beaming on the beach with lots of food, drinks, beer, music and dancing crowds. But if you are in mood of grabbing a midnight snack, mocha, dips, or just a shot of beer, then here is a list of top bars and pubs to make your every moment captive. 

  • BBQ House - 5025 Newport Ave - (619) 222-4311
  • OB Brewery - 5041 Newport Ave - (619) 955-8053
  • The 3rd Corner - 2265 Bacon St - (619) 223-2700
  • Mother’s Saloon - 2228 Bacon St - (619) 221-8100
  • Catalina Lounge - 4202 Voltaire St - (619) 224-4979
  • Raglan Public House - 1851 Bacon St - (619) 794-2304
  • Winstons Beach Club - 1921 Bacon St - (619) 222-6822
  • Helm’s Brewing Co. - 4896 Newport Ave - (619) 795-1991
  • The Reunion Pub - 2205 Mendocino Blvd - (619) 794-0412

Schools

There are a number of schools teaching with subject-specific and age-specific studies. Irrespective of Ocean Beach’s common perspective as tourism-centered locality, the citizens maintain high-class educational infrastructure by getting their children enrolled in schools and sending them to high schools and universities later. 

  • Ocean Beach Elementary School 
  • Dana Middle School
  • Correia Junior High School
  • High Tech Middle School
  • Sunset View Elementary School
  • High Tech Middle Media Arts
  • The Rock Academy
  • Cabrillo Elementary School

Landmarks

The transformation of Ocean Beach from a less inhabited land to a full-fledge tourism site has made it a center of American history. Several historic events and competitions are held here. It is tough to note down the complete story of this history-rich region but we have tried to list down a few of the most common interest. 

  • OB Pier and Tidepools – Being one of the most visited historic landmarks in Ocean Beach, OB Pier and Tidepools is known for its stunning beauty, breathtaking view of the ocean on one side and city on the other side, and its grand opening in July 1996 in which around 600,000 people participated. 
  • OB Self-Guided Historic Walk – You don’t need a guide to look right and left and adore this stone carved building constructed in 1900s. While strolling, you will see buildings that were constructed during Resort Days of 1920s and some of them dating more back. 
  • Community Murals of OB – Learn OB’s history, identity, and culture painted on walls by the locals before social networking times at Community Murals of OB. 
  • Point Loma Lighthouse – Constructed in 1885, the 422 feet tall lighthouse is a center of tourism now. Its services have been replaced by a new lighthouse due to its incompetence against fog. 

Transportation

Apart from the private executive Limousine services, San Diego Metropolitan Transit System is commonly used as means of transport within the city and to the beach. Private taxis, trains, and Red Trolley services are also used to commute within the city. Sprinter is the light 22-mile long train system which takes only $2 for children and $5 for adults to transport passengers.  

Conclusion 

Ocean Beach is an amalgam of history, culture, modernity, beauty, and amazing architecture. OB has given renowned names to the nation including John Reis, Michael Dormer, Andy Rathbone, David Wells and a lot of others. The uniqueness of Ocean Beach lies in its capacity to transform and update according to modern times along with maintaining its real essence. 

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