A charming coastal community, Point Loma is a 4 mile peninsula at the entrance of the San Diego Bay. As with many San Diego communities, there lie several distinct neighborhoods.
Commercial businesses and retails shops are evident throughout the village area. Adjacent to the village is Shelter Island which is home to a yacht club., businesses that cater to the sailing industry as well as seafood restaurants. Humphrey’s is a popular venue here with outdoor concerts during the summer month.
Liberty Station is the newest of neighborhoods. Formerly known as the Naval Training Center, it has become a mixed use community of shops, businesses, and contemporary homes.
Point Loma homes were built primarily from the 1950′s – 1980′s. Home styles in this community include English Tudor, Spanish, French, and Contemporary. Homes start in the high $500′s and work their way up to the multi-millions of dollars.
There are several condo/townhome communities that I would like to note. The first is the Yacht Club complex which is close to the Yacht Club and Shelter Island. Anchor Cove is a contemporary 2004 townhome complex in Liberty Station. Le Rondelet and La Playa towers both offer high end living with water views. Each of these complexes offers a vast array of amenities for the discerning buyer. Condo prices start in the $300′s and go over a million dollars for waterfront homes.
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