Top 10 Patios in San Diego

San Diego is famous for it’s year-round perfect weather, we are “America’s Finest City” after all! When it comes to taking advantage of this day-to-day beauty, nothing is more satisfying that having your home open up to a perfect outdoor area.

These top 10 homes seamlessly transition from inside to out-doors, making the most of San Diego living.

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10. 5663 Abalone Place | La Jolla, Ca 92037

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Built: 1953

Price: $1,895,000

9. 3439 Ibis Street | San Diego, Ca 92103

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Built: 2013

Price: $1,078,000

8. 1421 Calle Altura | La Jolla, Ca 92037

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Built: 1970

Price: $2,695,000

7. 6970 The Preserve Way | San Diego, Ca 92130

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Built: 2014

Price: $3,795,000

6. 7937 Old Man River | Rancho Santa Fe, Ca 92127

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Built: 2006

Price: $3,695,000

5. 524 Pacific Avenue | Solana Beach, Ca 92075

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Built: 2012

Price: $7,595,000

4. 6102 Camino De La Costa | La Jolla, Ca 92037

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Built: 2004

Price: $12,500,000

3. 3620 Dupont Street | San Diego, Ca 92106

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Built: 2014

Price: $3,195,000

2. 18511 Calle La Serra | Rancho Santa Fe, Ca 92091

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Built: 2009

Price: $3,295,000

1. 18010 Punta Del Norte | Rancho Santa Fe, Ca 92067

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Built: 2008

Price: $7,699,000

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Is the San Diego Area Growing or Declining?

     I have seen the San Diego area continue to grow. It is expanding almost upwards north as far as it can go and outwards east as far as it can. There is not an abundance of vacant property now to be developed, although, Scripps Ranch is a great area that is growing. The city is moving east toward Santee and those areas are highly desirable, with more custom homes. The San Diego market area is growing and hopefully we can continue to see jobs increase and sustain this growth. I think we are currently in a very healthy market, however, in 2005 (the “boom”) it was $0 down and 100% financing where one could get in their home then refinance to a regular loan rather than an interest only loan. Now, on the flip-side in 2014, we’re in such a healthy market where you can put money down, (typically) get in with equity, and many appraisals are coming in over purchase price which is a very good sign. In San Diego as a whole, there are lots of sales and the sale volume is there. In addition, the prices are creeping upward. Not at such a vertical rate, which I’ve seen in the past, it’s more of a steady climb. In the upper end properties we’re seeing bigger sales, waterfront sales, $16 million sales, $24M sales – even in La Jolla, Del Mar and oceanfront properties. That market range is usually the last to fall, so when those properties start selling and those prices are attained, that’s a very good sign for everyone in the lower price ranges. With that being said, I believe our market is strong and will continue to thrive.

San Diego Real Estate Market Showing Growth in 2014

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