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Oceanside CA Real Estate Overview
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Guide to Oceanside, CA Real Estate and Homes For Sale
Oceanside CA real estate is quite diverse from luxury oceanfront and waterfront properties such as the houses located on Pacific St , beachfront condos at The Strand, ocean view condos located at North Coast Village to affordable single family detached homes and condos.
Where to live in Oceanside with ocean view homes
Oceanside’s ocean view condos are located in communities such as North Coast Village, San Miguel, Marina Del Mar, Homes on Pacific St, The Strand. Some of these beach condos are within walking distance to the Oceanside Pier, Oceanside Harbor, new and upscale resorts, spa, shopping, and restaurants downtown.
Where to retire in Oceanside CA
If you are looking for the best place for retirement in a gated community in Oceanside, CA, with golf course amenities and plethora of social activities, check out Ocean Hills Country Club, a gated 55+ community and one of best places for retirement in North San Diego if you like mild climate and ocean breezes flowing in your home.
There are also other 55 and over communities in Oceanside, CA that you can read about here such as Village Trieste (gated 55+ community), Emerald Lake Village, Pilgrim Creek Estates, Oceana, etc. We have videos and in-depth information on San Diego 55 and over communities here if you’d like to learn more about the best places to retire in Oceanside, California.
Where to live near the beach in Oceanside, CA
South Oceanside, also referred as South O, is a great place to be if you would like to live close to the beach, walk to the beach, with cool restaurants, shops, breweries along the Coast Highway.
Also check out Oceanside homes or condos near the Pier or Oceanside Harbor for the best ocean views.
Oceanside CA golf course home communities
Oceanside’s golf course view homes are located in golf communities such as Arrowood and Ocean Hills Country Club 55+ community which has a private golf course. This is where you will find Oceanside’s current golf course view homes for sale.
Established neighborhoods in Oceanside, CA
There are well established neighborhoods in Oceanside such as Fire Mountain and Henie Hills with nice single family homes with ocean view. Henie Hills, Camino Crest, and El Camino Country Club in Oceanside also have homes with golf course views including single story homes.
The Rancho Del Oro Oceanside area near the Mira Costa College ( a community college) also has a nice mix of single detached homes and condos. There are also brand new attached home developments happening here. Check out Rancho Del Oro single story homes for sale here.
If you like to live in a beach town with an agricultural setting in North San Diego, check out the Moro Hills area of Oceanside, CA with large-size lots and panoramic views. There are avocados, coffee, and many agricultural crops being grown here.
Search Oceanside CA Real Estate by Zip Code
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|Oceanside 92054||South Oceanside “South O” Real Estate, close to the Oceanside Pier and Oceanside Harbor||Ocean view homes and condos, beachfront homes||Oceanside Pier, Downtown Oceanside, Oceanside Harbor||Oceanside 92054 Real Estate Market Update|
|Oceanside 92056||Southeast Oceanside, on the border of Carlsbad and Vista||Detached and attached homes and condos, 55 and over communities||Tri-City Medical Center, Mira Costa College||Oceanside 92056 Real Estate Market Update|
|Oceanside 92057||Northeast Oceanside 92057 Zip Code, on the border of Bonsall to the East||Detached and attached homes and condos||Near Oceanside Municipal Golf Course, Arrowood Golf||Oceanside 92057 Real Estate Market Update|
|Oceanside 92058||North of 76, East of I-5, near Camp Pendleton||Detached and attached homes and condos||Near Marine Memorial Golf Course||Oceanside 92058 Real Estate Market Update|
More information about Oceanside CA
Oceanside CA real estate is a slice of pure classic California beach culture. With the same beautiful weather of the other North Coastal San Diego cities, average summer high temperatures range from from 64 °F to 77 °F, while the average low temperatures can swing from 45 °F to 64 °F.
Oceanside has a larger population of roughly 174,558 people as of 2013, making it the 3rd largest city in San Diego County. It is a fairly diverse and younger population, spread out with 23.8% of the people under the age of 18, 11.4% aged 18 to 24, 27.4% aged 25 to 44, 24.5% aged 45 to 64, and 12.9% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 35.2 years (according to 2010 US census data).
Like most places in North County San Diego, Oceanside CA has a very relaxed vibe to it. Flip-flops and shorts are far more common than professional attire, and there is more of a working class feel here. You’ll also see the presence of the Camp Pendleton Marine base, with many young military families and retired military living here.
The median family income is $52,232 in Oceanside, vs. the CA average of $53,025, much lower than that of Carlsbad and Encinitas (Source: Trulia.com). However, it is much more affordable overall and has plenty of outdoor activities and things to do.
Very much a surfing town, Oceanside is also home to the California Surf Museum. It’s the host of the Supergirl Pro Jam, the largest women’s surf competition in the world. Oceanside is also home to the Beach Soccer USA Cup and Festival every May.
Biking is a favorite pastime in Oceanside. Endurance events like the Ironman Triathlon and Bike the Coast –Taste the Coast are held here. Oceanside is also the official host for the start of the Race Across America, 3,000-mile bicycle race – one of the world’s toughest sporting events.
Many local training events are open to all ages and experience levels. Two major cycling trails run through the city, providing opportunities for great sightseeing along the way.
There are over 3.5 miles of wide, sandy beaches with excellent surfing conditions. Having one of the most beautiful harbors in the U.S., Oceanside is a very busy boating and fishing spot and has plenty of coastal cruises and whale watching excursions too.
Every Thursday evening you’ll find live entertainment, food stands and local vendors at the Sunset Market in Downtown Oceanside.
The 3 cities of Oceanside, Carlsbad and Vista form what is known as the “tri-city” area of North County San Diego. The Tri-City Medical Center is located in Oceanside and 9 other hospitals are within 26 miles of the center of town.
There are 4 various school districts serving Oceanside and the surrounding areas. 25 public schools in Oceanside alone (including 2 high schools), and another 18 private and catholic schools as well.