Del Mar, CA
Del Mar has grown in population and so has the demand for Del Mar real estate. Homes range in price from $800,000 to $6,000,000. Today, almost 4,500 residents call this area their home. People still come to visit or live in Del Mar for the same reasons as they did many years ago - it is one of the most beautiful places in the country. Many of the residents and their families never leave and even attend the University of California San Diego, just a few minutes away.
Del Mar (92014) is where the surf meets your back door! Enjoy miles of ocean views and upscale living at it's finest. This is a small, seaside community approximately 20 minutes north of Ocean Beach. Defined by salt water lagoons on each end, this charming, laid back town is best known for it's exceptional weather, world famous thoroughbred racetrack, the county fair, and fabulous beaches.
In 1959 Del Mar (92104) incorporated as a city. It is now the smallest municipality in the San Diego region. Many faculty members and students reside in the community, influencing the political, social and cultural climate. In the 1970's the emphasis of the local government shifted towards slow growth, open spaces and preservation. Because of the efforts of an active group called the Friends of Del Mar, there will never be high-rise apartment buildings or billboards in the City. Seagrove Park and Powerhouse Park are both the results of the community citizenry working together to preserve open space.
One of many reasons why residents choose to make this North County Coastal area their home is the outstanding location. There are several major attractions close by, the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, Legoland, Petco Park - Home of the SD Padres, San Diego County Fair, San Diego Zoo, Sea World, Steven Birch Aquarium-Museum and the Wild Animal Park.
Whether coming to enjoy the beach, shop in the village, spend a day at the races or just relax, Del Mar is "always in season."
See some of the the available Del Mar houses below.