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Solana Beach Area Information

The charming, seaside community of Solana Beach is nestled along the northern coast of San Diego County, and is approximately a 30 minute drive from downtown San Diego. Bordered my Del Mar to the south, Rancho Sante Fe to the east, and Encinitas to the north, Solana Beach is an idyllic beach community with beautiful custom homes and family neighborhoods. For over 20 years, Pete Middleton and the Pete Knows Team have specialized in helping home buyers successfully buy or sell their homes in Solana Beach. It’s why they say, “Pete Knows Solana Beach."

It’s that expertise in knowing every street, every deal and every property that is on the real estate market in Solana Beach that matters to potential home buyers and home sellers. We pride ourselves on working with the utmost integrity, honesty and fortitude in negotiating on behalf of our clients. As of 2017, the Pete Knows Team has built a track record of reaching over 95% of the initial asking price on our real estate listings for closed deals. That includes several home sales in Solana Beach – Pete Middleton has sold collectively over $400 million in residential real estate volume in his career dating to 1992.

So what are you going to find in Solana Beach? First, let’s talk about the current real estate market there. Solana Beach is a small community, sitting to the west of Interstate 5. Many of the homes are custom-built and unique. A quick look at our listings will show you that the typical price range on a Solana Beach home for sale is going to be between $800,000 and $5,000,000. That’s a big range of course, but most listings we work with and most purchases we have secured for our clients in Solana Beach are in the $1,500,000-$3,000,000 price range.

Local real estate data shows the median home value based on listings is $1,115,000 in 2017. The list price per square foot hovers around $670/square foot. In general, like most of the other coastal luxury areas of San Diego like La Jolla, Rancho Sante Fe, Del Mar, Pacific Beach and Cardiff, Solana Beach homes do not spend much time on the market. As a buyer, this means you need to have a concerted effort prepared between your financing, your real estate brokerage, and your own readiness to act on properties as they become available. We’ll work with you to match your desires on the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, home style, location and other amenities. With the Pete Knows Team, you will be working with one of the most successful real estate brokerages in San Diego over the last many years.

What Does Solana Beach Have to Offer?
Solana Beach’s main access routes include Interstate 5, Highway 101, Lomas Santa Fe Drive, and Via de la Valle. The city is home to a vibrant train station that serves both Amtrak and the Coaster, one of only three in San Diego County. The coaster stop is a key convenience for residents of Solana Beach as you can take the train to downtown, or up the coast into Orange County or beyond (and you can walk or bike to the station). Along the 101 and near the Coaster, residents and visitors alike have a gluttony of dining and shopping options including Claire’s on Cedros, Carruths Urban Winery and Tasting Room, Wild Note Café and Pizza Port.

Cedros Avenue is a pedestrian-friendly shopping district with designer clothing, antiques, custom furniture stores, pet shops, art galleries, a winery, a brewery, and other eclectic shops. Also on Cedros, you will find the Belly Up, a local institution that host live music performances from jazz icons to rock and pop acts of today.  

Of course, Solana Beach lives up to its name with temperatures that average 62 degrees in the wintertime and 77 degrees in the summertime. It offers 1.7 miles of coastline for swimming and surfing. Most days you will see locals drop by to watch the sunset at the award winning Fletcher Cove Park. It is a favorite destination for those looking to enjoy the beach, shops, great dining, golfing, nightlife, and nearby hiking. Just a few short miles south of Solana Beach proper is Torrey Pines State Park and Reserve, where you can hike cliffs that overlook the Pacific Ocean on a perfect sunny Southern California morning.

In spring, Solana Beach has historically hosted Fiesta del Sol, an outdoor event that features local shops, food artisans, music and a beer garden. In summer, the coaster station and Solana’s relative proximity to Del Mar welcome revelers as they head off to the world-famous Del Mar Race Track and the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club. Founded by the likes of Bing Crosby, the race season in Del Mar is a San Diego institution dating back to the 1930’s. Opening Day each July sees nearly 40,000 attendees dressed to the nines for a fun day at the races. In Solana Beach, the track is right in your backyard.

When our team works with home buyers and sellers in Solana Beach, we often find they choose the area for its unique mix of quiet, family-friendly life with countless entertainment options. Solana is a pure beach town and Southern California at its finest. The local recreation center and pool is a favorite of residents, as are the many schools in the area. Local schools include Solana Vista Elementary School, Sante Fe Christian School and St. James Academy. Several other private schools are within a few miles drive in Rancho Sante Fe and Del Mar.

 Are you sold on Solana Beach? Let’s have a conversation to find out how we can best serve you in your home search, or upcoming home sale. We have the track record to prove the Pete Knows Team can successfully market luxury homes in Solana Beach, and there isn’t a street in the area that one of our team members hasn’t worked on before. Fill out our contact form for an immediate call back or give the office a call at 858-764-4808.

 


 

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