Like many Southern California towns, Solana Beach has agriculture to thank for its birth. Today, a small but thriving seaside city sits on fertile farmland that once boasted fields of lima beans and groves of avocados.
Although Coastal Living magazine dubbed Solana Beach a “Dream Town,” there are plenty of reasons that her nearly 13,000 residents chose to make the dream a reality.
If you hope to do the same, please allow us to help you get to know this gorgeous seaside community on the northern coast of San Diego County.
Solana Beach Amenities
Fitness buffs enjoy plenty of opportunities to get outdoors in Solana Beach. Annie’s Canyon Trail, located in the San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve, is an easy hike and culminates in an incredible view of the lagoon and the Pacific Ocean.
Then, there are the beaches. Surf, explore or just take in the sun on the sandy shores of Seaside, Tide Beach, Fletcher Cove, Seascape or Del Mar Shores.
Golfers will like living within minutes of Lomas Santa Fe Executive Golf Course, named several times by Golf Range magazine’s “Top Short Courses.” The 2,431-yard executive course has played host to the Callaway Junior World Championships.
When you buy a home in Solana Beach you won’t have far to go for shopping and dining. Cedros Design District is home to boutiques, eateries, more than 85 art galleries and more.
Solana Beach Town Centre offers more than 40 retailers and services, including dry cleaners, a fitness center, barber and beauty salons, a pharmacy and major department store.
Our charming seaside city is home to several fine restaurants serving seafood, sushi, brunch and Mediterranean, Italian, French and American cuisines.
Finally, one of the shiniest jewels in Solana Beach’s crown is the transit center, home to Amtrak and a brilliant alternative to commuting by car.
Schools in Solana Beach
Two school districts serve the Solana Beach’s public-school students: San Dieguito Union High School District ad Solana Beach School District.
Students are typically assigned to Skyline or Solana Vista Elementary schools and Earl Warren Middle School. High school students attend San Dieguito or Canyon Crest Academies or Torrey Pines High School.
Solana Beach has a very mild, Mediterranean climate boasts an average daily temperature of 70°F.
You’ll also find a private, K through grade 12 private school within the city, Santa Fe Christian School.
Solana Beach Homes
Condo living offers a low-maintenance lifestyle and Solana Beach offers a variety of choices. Prices for condos typically range from the $500,000s (for a small unit) to nearly $2 million if you prefer to live on the beach.
Single-family homes are typically priced starting at more than $1 million, up to $5 million (sometimes more). Settings for the high-end homes are spectacular; many sit on oversized lots and offer incomparable views of the Pacific Ocean.
Get better acquainted with Solana Beach by viewing the video on YouTube. Then, reach out to us for more information on any Solana Beach home for sale. We’re happy to schedule a tour.
Males: 6,392 (47.9%)
Females: 6,945 (52.1%)
Median Age: 46.8 years
Zip codes: 92075
Married Population: 50.7%
Single Population: 49.3%
Average Household Income: $144,903
Number of Housing Units: 25, 129
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