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Solana Beach is warm, inviting, and friendly, and it is the kind of town where the residents enjoy life. This coastal municipality in San Diego County is well worth thinking about when you are looking for a house. While Solana Beach offers a wonderful small-town atmosphere, residents can enjoy big-city amenities by taking a short 30-minute drive to the heart of downtown San Diego. Families have long been drawn to Solana Beach for its wonderful school district. The excellent public and private schools prepare students for competitive entrance to the most prestigious colleges in the nation. For more information, read on below the listings here.

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About Solana BeachAbout Solana Beach

This is where we will tell you all the great things about the great North County Coastal city of Solana Beach!

Solana Beach Real Estate

The real estate market in Solana Beach is hot. Many homes get multiple offers, some even with waived contingencies. The average homes sell a bit above the list price and go pending in around 9 days.

Living in Solana Beach

Lomas Santa Fe Drive, on Solana Beach’s north-western side, is the most expensive neighborhood in the area and is renowned for its beautiful homes. If you’re looking for something on more of a budget, El Camino Real is the most affordable neighborhood, constituting the urban but still high-class portion of Solana Beach.

Schools in Solana Beach

The town is ranked #4 in Places with the Best Public Schools in San Diego County by The website also gives Solana Beach an overall grade of A+ for its public schools. Several schools in the area received an A+ grade from They are Canyon Crest Academy, Torrey Pines High School, San Dieguito Academy, La Costa Canyon High School, and Earl Warren Middle School. In addition, Santa Fe Christian Schools is a private school that earned an A+ for its academic excellence.

Cost of Living in Solana Beach

Living in such a beautiful and safe community like Solana Beach does come with its costs, as the cost of living is higher on average than in other places in America. You can expect just about everything, including groceries, utilities, and transportation, to cost you more than other places in America. Renting in Solana Beach is similarly expensive. Solana Beach is certainly expensive, there’s no getting around that, but those living there find that its beauty, safety, and community are well worth any price.

Things To Do

Beach trails, bike trails, and hiking trails offer an outstanding variety of outdoor entertainment. The Cedros Design Center is a huge draw to the Solana Beach area, with its quaint street lined with original eclectic shops, small local eateries, and specialty local design studios. Solana Beach has 1.7 miles of pristine coastline for great swimming and surfing and many of the local residents drop by Fletcher Cove to watch the spectacular sunsets. The small-town charm, eclectic shops, great dining, golfing, art, music, and nightlife make Solana Beach one of the most popular real estate destinations in North County, San Diego. There are three main beaches that makeup Solana Beach:

Fletcher Cove – located at Solana Beach Plaza, the popular Fletcher Cove has a wonderful little cobblestone beach with a park that overlooks the ocean and is a favorite location among the locals. The picturesque cove has lifeguard service, but not much sand and can be inaccessible at high tide. Off the beach, there is volleyball, shuffleboard, basketball, showers, picnic tables, and free public parking. Fletcher Cove includes a free public parking lot, restrooms, and a basketball court.

Tide Beach Park – located via stairs at Pacific Avenue and Solana Vista Drive, it has lifeguards and free parking along the streets, as well as tide pools to watch the sea anemones and fantastic snorkeling.

Solana Beach is known for its surf culture, being home to all gorgeous beaches with fantastic waves that attract surfers from all over the globe. Solana Beach’s area is one of the older developed areas in California,

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Listing information last updated on June 12, 2024 1:30 PM PST.