Find your next home in San Diego walkable neighborhoods!
There are few places on earth, where taking a walk can be so gratifying and pleasant, as they are in San Diego, California – where you will find so many walkable neighborhoods.
When you marry San Diego’s idyllic and comfortable year around weather, with the abundance of outdoor activities and independent craft businesses, what you get is a satisfying lifestyle, rich in social interaction.
Find the best places to live in San Diego’s walkable communities
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Add in the health benefits of walking, instead of driving, and the result can be a fun and long healthy life.
As you dig in and find your favorite San Diego walkable neighborhoods and are ready to engage a real estate agent who specializes in any of these walkable communities – please contact us.
Where are the most walkable neighborhoods in San Diego CA?
Here we have put together our initial research on the best walkable places in San Diego.
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The above links to the walking-friendly communities in San Diego will show current real estate listings for sale.
For many people, living in walkable neighborhoods is an important factor in choosing the location of their new home.
Most of us already spend too much time in cars and looking at device screens. What many people really crave are enriching experiences. Walking out of your front door to explore your neighborhood is a great way to connect with others.
Pet-Friendly Beaches for Walking Your Dogs in San Diego
San Diego is also an extremely dog-friendly destination, with numerous restaurants and business establishments welcoming customers and their four legged friends.
Even the major league baseball stadium is named after a pet company!
Love the beach? So will your dog! San Diego has four off-leash beaches: Ocean Beach, Coronado Beach, Del Mar and Fiesta Island, and numerous leash-only beaches as well.
As a rule, the City of San Diego beaches are all open to leashed dogs in the morning’s before 9am and in the evenings after 6pm.
Despite what readers may find on-line regarding San Diego’s overall Walkscores®, once you get your boots on the ground to consider the city’s neighborhoods hyper-locally, happily, this reveals a different story.
Part of Walkscores® ranking system includes frequency of public transportation stops – something that may not be crucial to those looking for a walking friendly neighborhood home, but don’t intend to forgo owning a car.
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Find the best places to live in San Diego near your favorite spots
Here are San Diego real estate and homes for sale near Balboa Park (within one mile)
Some of the neighborhoods near Balboa Park are Bankers Hill which is located Immediately to the west of Balboa Park. Also check out the Cortez Hill area, which is located Just south of Balboa Park with easy access to the downtown San Diego lifestyle with fine restaurants, shopping, the stadium, and Balboa Park.
Here are San Diego real estate and homes for sale near Gaslamp Quarter (within a mile)
If you want to live within close walking distance to many of the best San Diego restaurants, bars, shopping, and entertainment – check out the Gaslamp Quarter in San Diego.
Here are San Diego real estate and homes for sale near Hillcrest (within a mile)
Here are San Diego real estate and homes for sale near Little Italy (within half a mile)
Here are San Diego real estate and homes for sale near the Liberty Public Market (within a mile)
Where are other most walkable neighborhoods in San Diego County, California?
You might also ask, where are other walkable cities in San Diego County (i.e. in North County San Diego, etc. ) with walkable areas or walking-friendly neighborhoods?
Here are some of the most walkable neighborhoods, walking friendly communities in other parts of San Diego County:
Encinitas, CA – a nice mix of single-family, multi-family, and condo homes.
San Marcos, CA : Discovery Hills and Cal State College – single family and condo homes.
Carlsbad Village in Carlsbad, CA – a nice mix of single-family, multi-family, craftsman, bungalow and condo homes.
La Mesa – a nice mix of single-family, multi-family, bungalow and condo homes.
National City – a nice mix of single-family, multi-family, bungalow and condo homes.
Oceanside, CA: Townsite and South Oceanside – a nice mix of single-family, multi-family, bungalow and condo homes.
Vista, CA Historic downtown and Shadowridge – a nice mix of single-family, multi-family, craftsman, bungalow and condo homes.
Old Escondido in Escondido, CA – primarily craftsman, bungalow and Victorian homes.
Lake San Marcos, CA
Yes, there are so many choices of where to live in San Diego where you can walk to restaurants, parks, shopping, and many basic services.
It takes local expertise to find a great home with a great location given your own individual circumstances and lifestyle preferences.
If you are getting close to identifying the best places for you to live in San Diego and need a help from a knowledgeable real estate agent in that area or community, please contact us below.
Where are other most walkable 55+ neighborhoods in San Diego County, California?
You might also ask, where are the best places to retire in San Diego County with walkable neighborhoods in 55 and over communities?
Here are the Walkable 55 plus communities or Walking-Friendly 55 and over communities in San Diego County:
- Avante at Del Sur in San Diego, CA – Single level and two level condo homes.
- Lakeshore Gardens in Carlsbad, CA – manufactured and mobile homes
- Oaks North in Rancho Bernardo – San Diego, CA – single family and condo homes
- Seven Oaks Rancho Bernardo San Diego, CA – single family and condo homes
- Chateau at Lake San Marcos in Lake San Marcos, CA – condo homes
- Hunter Valley in Lake San Marcos, CA – single family homes
- Sun Park in Lake San Marcos, CA – single family homes
- Peacock Hills in Oceanside, CA – twin homes
- High Country Villas in Encinitas, CA – single level condo homes
- Park Encinitas in Encinitas, CA – manufactured and mobile homes
- Villa Trieste in Oceanside, CA – condo and twin homes
- Las Brisas in San Marcos, CA – manufactured homes
- Madrid Manor in San Marcos, CA – manufactured and mobile homes
- Rancho Escondido in Escondido, CA – manufactured homes
- Via Verde Estates in Escondido, CA – manufactured homes
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