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Coronado Area Information

Just across the bridge from downtown and San Diego Bay is Coronado. The stunning beaches offer gentle surf and sparkling mica sand, along with a quaint small town charm and an array of outdoor activities. Coronado truly is a world of its own, minutes from downtown but light years away in terms of pace, feel and daily activity.

Coronado offers some of San Diego’s most exclusive real estate. From beachfront villas to craftsman homes that line its flat, wide avenues, buying a home in Coronado puts you in paradise. Although it is small and separated from the main thoroughfares of San Diego proper, Coronado makes up for its seclusion with charm, a strong community feel, and of course, perfect weather.

Pete Middleton and the Pete Knows Team have worked as a San Diego real estate brokerage for over 20 years. Our reputation has been built on honesty, integrity, and on getting deals done for our clients. Home buyers who are wondering if they should buy a home in Coronado, if Coronado has good schools, and what the average home prices are in Coronado can get all of those answers from our real estate team.

In general, prices in Coronado are some of the most expensive in San Diego. It is still reasonable for a family to be able to purchase a home in the area for $1,000,000-$2,000,000, however. The $10 million villas that are owned by out-of-state owners are but a slice of the otherwise local-focused vibe that consumes Coronado. While countless tourists to make the trek across the bridge to visit the hotels, restaurants, and beaches, the heart of Coronado is with the locals who have called it home for many years.

As of 2017, home values in Coronado show a median price just over $1,500,000, according to data reported by Zillow.  The average list price per square foot is nearly three times higher than the San Diego average of $335 per square foot.  Current listings shown on our brokerage website include a 4-bedroom, 3 bath, 2-story home in the heart of Coronado for $2,495,000.  There is great variety in the style of home you will find in Coronado, including old Spanish inspired homes with orange roofs to blocky, contemporary styled homes built in the last 10 years.

No matter your desired price range for a home or your taste and style, the Pete Knows Team can work to survey the market and deliver opportunities for you to find your dream home in Coronado.

More about Living in Coronado
With some 25,000 residents, the island is almost entirely flat and family friendly. The navy maintains a base and moors several ships on Coronado, and military planes frequently fly in and out of the airstrip on Navy property. Heading south is Coronado’s famed “Silver Strand”, a thin stretch of land with the bay one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other. The Strand is home to luxurious vacation homes that have their own docks for boats and yachts. It also is a popular running and cycling area, with a trail that extends several miles.

At just under 7 square miles of land, with much of that still held by the U.S. Navy, Coronado maintains an incredibly quiet and low-key pace of life. Restaurants and shops line Orange Avenue as it winds from one side of the “island” (Coronado is often mistakenly referred to as an island, although the Silver Strand technically connects to the mainland), over to the other side were the famous Hotel Del Coronado resides. Prior to the construction of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge in 1969, the only way to reach Coronado from downtown was via ferry. A small commuter ferry still operates to this day, frequently used by tourists to hop over to Coronado for a day of biking, shopping and enjoying the wide expanse of Coronado’s sandy beaches.

It is difficult to think of Coronado without conjuring up images in your head of the historic Hotel del Coronado and its a world-famous resort getaway. This hotel, built in 1888 almost entirely of wood, is a postcard perfect classic hotel with a red cylindrical roof top rising up over the beach. “The Del” has made Coronado a destination of presidents and kings for over a century, as well for Hollywood stars, and visitors from every corner of the world.

The North Island area of Coronado is the "Birthplace of Naval Aviation" and in 1917, the North Island became a permanent military aviation school and base.

Coronado also boasts several parks, including Tidelands Park which rests at the base of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge, and includes a golf course and a beach area where locals and visitor alike set out onto kayaks and stand-up paddle boards into San Diego Bay. At Spreckels Park on Orange Avenue, a large gazebo and playground give way to green areas where locals gather for the Coronado Summer Concert Series.

Top restaurants in the area include Il Fornaio, Peon’s, Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, the Crown Room at the aforementioned Hotel Del Coronado, as well as local favorites like Brigantine Seafood and Vigilucci’s Italian restaurant.

Schools in Coronado
A common question among home buyers is, “How good are the schools in Coronado?” Coronado is well-known to have some of the best public schools in all of California. The area is served by the Coronado Unified School District, which includes Silver Stand Elementary School, Village Elementary School, the Coronado School of the Arts, as well as Coronado Middle School and Coronado High School.

Get in touch with Pete Middleton and the Pete Knows Team today to start our search for your home in Coronado.  Alternatively, if you are a homeowner in the Coronado area and are thinking about selling, the market is hot.  Partner with one of San Diego's premier luxury real estate brokerages to take advantage of our modern marketing platforms, photography, and professional approach to selling homes in exclusive communities like Coronado.  You may contact us via the form on the site, or call the office at 858-764-4808.  

 

 

 

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Listing information last updated on April 30th, 2017 at 9:16pm CDT.