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Old Town October 21, 2021
23
Listed
24
Avg. DOM
$624.15
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,325,000
Med. List Price
23 Properties
Page 1 of 2
Open 10/21
1333 Nashville St San Diego, CA 92110
$1,350,000
Subdivision: Bay Park
5
Beds
3
Baths
1,800
Sq.Ft.
1953
Year Built
2
Days on Site
210029290
MLS
WOWZA! 4/2 HOUSE AND 2/1 DETACHED GUEST HOUSE IN BAY PARK! NO MELLO ROOS, NO HOA, FULLY PAID SOLAR! Perfect for passive income. Designer touches throughout including gourmet kitchen, large eat-in...
$649,000
Condo: Hillside Colony
2
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,430
Sq.Ft.
1982
Year Built
2
Days on Site
210029367
MLS
True Old Town location near harbor and next to Mission Hills! Walk to nearby restaurants and Old Town. Brand new wood flooring downstairs. Peaceful Zen garden landscaping with trickling pond right...
$2,295,900
Subdivision: Bay Park
6
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
3,950
Sq.Ft.
1988
Year Built
3
Days on Site
210029203
MLS
A Rare Opportunity to live in highly sought after Bay Park in a one of a kind luxury home with Ocean, Bay and City Views throughout! Custom home Includes 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths + 2 bed 1 bath 782 sq...
Coming Soon on 10/23
5845 Friars Rd #1112 San Diego, CA 92110
$598,300
Subdivision: Mission Valley
2
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
1,098
Sq.Ft.
1986
Year Built
4
Days on Site
210029146
MLS
This beautifully upgraded condo in Mission Valley is a must-see!***Spacious living room with custom brick fireplace, tons of windows bringing in great natural light and door leading to the huge...
$1,399,000
Subdivision: Old Town
4
Beds
3
Baths
0.11
Acres
1945
Year Built
7
Days on Site
210029033
MLS
Variance granted Detached. 2 on 1 - Sq.Footage does not include add on and the cottage. RARE FIND in FAMOUS OLD TOWN SAN DIEGO... LIVE in ONE, RENT the OTHER or possibly LIVE/WORK or use for MEGA...
$950,000
Subdivision: Southclair Terrace
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,080
Sq.Ft.
1956
Year Built
8
Days on Site
210028817
MLS
First time on the market in over 30 years! Tastefully upgraded single story home with panoramic canyon & golf course views! This gardeners paradise is just minutes from Mission Bay, Sea World, hiking...
$730,000
Subdivision: Fashion Valley
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,430
Sq.Ft.
1988
Year Built
8
Days on Site
210028923
MLS
Spacious unit in the coveted Courtyards community offers a bright, split open floor plan for ultimate privacy. Large living room with gas fireplace, dining area which leads to private balcony, a...
Coming Soon on 10/31
1290 Buenos Avenue San Diego, CA 92110
$1,300,000
Subdivision: Bay Park
3
Beds
4
Baths
2,344
Sq.Ft.
1980
Year Built
12
Days on Site
304439396
MLS
Unique Spanish Style Bay Park beauty! Cool ocean breezes welcome you to this lovely home, ideally located near Mission Bay, beaches, freeways, and downtown. 3 bedrooms with an optional 4th bedroom, 4...
Open 10/24
2027 Cecelia Terrace San Diego, CA 92110
$1,180,000
Subdivision: Bay Park
3
Beds
1
Baths
1,651
Sq.Ft.
1951
Year Built
14
Days on Site
210028379
MLS
Estate Sale in the Heart of Bay Park! Highly desirable location close to Mission Bay, beaches, schools, shopping, and freeway entrances. The new San Diego Trolley line will soon offer nearby...
$1,399,000
Subdivision: Old Town San Diego
4
Beds
3
Baths
5,000
Sq.Ft.
1945
Year Built
14
Days on Site
210028422
MLS
ZONED OTRM-2-2... TWO DETACHED HOMES on a 4,817 s.f. LOT in AMAZING LOCATION of OLD TOWN with ENDLESS WAYS to GROW YOUR WEALTH. Sq Footage does not include cottage and studio. Currently the property...
Open 10/21
2538 Hartford St San Diego, CA 92110
$975,000
Subdivision: Bay Park
2
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
1,141
Sq.Ft.
1966
Year Built
15
Days on Site
210028246
MLS
Don t miss your chance to get into the highly sought-after Bay Park neighborhood. Your home is tucked away on a hill less than a mile from the beautiful Mission Bay Park and only a short distance...
$1,175,000
Subdivision: Point Loma
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,850
Sq.Ft.
1942
Year Built
18
Days on Site
210027944
MLS
**Pt Loma***3BR / 2BA***1,850 Sq Ft Single Story Living***7,383 (56X132) Flat Level Usable Extra Wide/Extra Deep Lot***Appraised At $1,295,000***Open Floor Plan***Stainless Steel...

Old Town Information and Highlights

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Old Town Information and Highlights

Old Town is simply put, the birthplace of the place we now call California. The area is filled with a lively, unique, and authentic atmosphere that you’re unlikely to find anywhere else, with plenty of historical sites (including the Whaley House, a famous spot that tops many lists of American haunted places) and as many as 17 museums.

Just south of Mission Valley and known as the birthplace of California, Old Town teems with a lively, authentic atmosphere, boasting 17 museums and historical sites including the Whaley House, which tops Travel Channel's America's Most Haunted list.

History

Old Town is the oldest settled neighborhood in the city of San Diego. It also happens to be the place of the very first European settlement in the modern day California. The Mission San Diego de Alcalá and San Diego Presidio were both founded by Junípero Serra and Gaspar de Portolà in 1769 at the San Diego River valley’s western end on a bluff.

Weather

On average, the warmest month in Old Town is the month of August, whereas the average coolest month in the area is December. Furthermore, January is notable as the average wettest month in the vicinity. The highest recorded temperature of the region was 111°F which was recorded in 1963. On the other hand, the lowest temperature that was ever recorded here was 29°F in 1949.

Location

Old Town is just south of another notable neighborhood in San Diego, i.e. Mission Valley. Old Town is a neighborhood that contains 93 ha (230 acres). It remains bounded by Mission Hills on its east, Interstate 8 on its north, Bankers Hill on its south, and Interstate 5 on its west.

Shopping

Old Town is a great place to go shopping for souvenirs and other such items. Blessed with a mixed and unique base of shopping locations, the area boasts a number of places where one can go and find a unique mixture of products. Below are the most renowned shopping sites of Old Town:

  • GUNNZO – 2445 Juan St – (619) 543-1108
  • Lost Cities - 2802 Juan St - (619) 692-1114
  • Gum Saan - 2615 San Diego Ave - (619) 291-7754
  • Sooky’s Boutique - 4080 Harney St - (619) 298-1188
  • Mexpressions - 2505 San Diego Ave - (619) 581-1633
  • Tienda de Reyes – 2754 Calhoun St – (619) 491-0611
  • Mermaids Cove – 2415 San Diego Ave – (619) 795-1911
  • B+C Office Interiors - 2251 San Diego Ave - (858) 549-3735
  • The Diamond Source - 2474 San Diego Ave - (619) 299-6900
  • South American Imports – 2461 San Diego Ave – (619) 299-3877
  • Toby’s Candle & Soap Shop – 2645 San Diego Ave – (619) 297-5426

Restaurants

As far as the restaurants of Old Town are concerned, the place has a number of unique destinations where you can go and enjoy a decent meal. Some of the most notable areas where you can go and have a quality meal are as follows:

  • Harney Sushi - 3964 Harney St - (619) 295-3272
  • Indian Grill - 2367 San Diego Ave - (619) 294-5770
  • Dos Brasas - 1890 San Diego Ave - (619) 291-6527
  • Fiesta de Reyes - 2754 Calhoun St - 619) 297-3100
  • Old Town Public - 2540 Congress St - (619) 487-0995
  • Sushi Tadokoro - 2244 San Diego Ave - (619) 297-0298
  • Rust General Store - 2720 Calhoun St - (619) 295-7878
  • New Orleans Creole Cafe - 2476 San Diego Ave - (619) 542-1698

Nightlife

Although known as one of the most peaceful localities in all of San Diego, the best thing about Old Town is the fact that it can turn it up when needed, and the neighborhood’s nightlife is the perfect example. The following are a few places such as bars and other such areas where you can enjoy the perfect nightlife experience in Old Town:

  • El Agave - 2304 San Diego Ave - (619) 220-8405
  • Casa Guadalajara - 4105 Taylor St - (619) 295-5111
  • Home & Away - 2222 San Diego Ave - (619) 501-0522
  • Barra Barra Saloon - 4016 Wallace St - (619) 291-3200
  • Old Town Saloon - 2495 San Diego Ave - (619) 298-2209
  • Rose’s Tasting Room - 2754 Calhoun St - (619) 293-7673
  • Los Locos Bar & Grill - 2502 San Diego Ave - (619) 688-3938
  • Churchill Cigar Lounge - 2415 San Diego Ave - (619) 546-7758
  • Hungry’s Kitchen & Tap - 2547 San Diego Ave - (619) 298-0133
  • Christopher’s On Congress - 2539 Congress St - (619) 450-4154

Schools

Old Town also seemingly offers quality education with the number of public schools and other such educational institutions available in the vicinity. Below are mentioned some of the most notorious schools of the region:

  • Fremont Elementary School – 2375 Congress St – (619) 293-4430
  • Painting Fiesta – 2802 Juan St – (855) 538-6278
  • Old Town Academy Charter School – 2021 San Diego Ave
  • San Diego University for Integrative Studies – 3900 Harney St – (619) 297-1999
  • Francis Parker School – 6501 Linda Vista Rd – (858) 569-7900

Landmarks

No destination is complete without a unique set of landmarks to its name. The same can be said about Old Town as the landmarks of this place are a standout and are as popular as the neighborhood itself. Apart from the Whaley House which is already a famous destination, some of the area’s other landmarks include Old Town San Diego State Historic Park which is a fun little area filled with lots of culture. Apart from this, La Casa de Estudillo and the Mormon Battalion Historic Site are also interesting sights, with the latter offering an interesting look on the story of the Mormon Battalion.

Transportation

Notable transportations of the area include the Red Trolley, which is the iconic bright red trolley famous throughout San Diego. Apart from that, the North County Transit District's Coaster trains are also a notorious choice for many who want to go from downtown San Diego to Old Town or vice versa.

Other than these, perhaps the most important of all is the Old Town Transit Center which is just adjacent to the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. This transit center services passenger trains operating on the San Diego Coaster and Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner.

Conclusion

All in all, Old Town is a fantastic neighborhood which is proudly a part of the San Diego community. It goes without saying that it is an ideal place to own a property in and as such, all the people that love its distinctive ambiance are recommended to do so.

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