La Jolla Shores
Shores" is very popular with beach lovers.
Featuring a charming
business area on Avenida De La Playa with specialty shops, professional offices and
several excellent restaurants.
The flattest and safest beach in La Jolla. Popular with swimmers, surfers,
scuba divers, picnickers and volleyball, along with the only beachfront boat
launch within San Diego City limits.
La Jolla Farms
2 La Jolla Shores
3 La Jolla
4 Hidden Valley
5 Country Club
15 Upper Hermosa
9 Bird Rock
14 Muirlands West
11 La Jolla Mesa
12 La Jolla Alta
13 Soledad South
La Jolla Village
00 La Jolla North
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La Jolla Shores
Subdivided and developed shortly after 1900, there
are no large subdivisions in the "Shores", the homes are mostly custom.
The first non-residential project
was Scripps Institute of Oceanography followed by what's now called the La
Jolla Beach & Tennis Club.
Photo: La Jolla Shores
there are about 1,000 homes and
condos, plus a few apartment buildings.
Mainly built in the
50's and 60's. Prices for a 2/3 bedroom 2 bath home near the beach from
Most of the homes on the hill
Del Oro etc) have superb views
of La Jolla Cove and La Jolla Shores - expect to pay $3,000,000 and up.
immediately on the beach
are multi million(s) dollar homes. The pretty streets adjacent to the beach,
including El Paseo Grande, Paseo Del Ocaso etc are flat with a mix of beach
cottages starting at around $1,200,000 up to newer custom homes in the
$2,000,000 to $5,000,000 range. Those on the beach sell from $6,000,000 and
Condos. A number of developments
including one high rise - prices from around
$400,000 for a small
1 bedroom unit up to about $1,750,000 for a 2 bedroom 2 bath with 1,400 sq ft.
depending on the view.