San Diego single story condos for sale for those who who want to live in San Diego and enjoy the laid back Southern California lifestyle.
Shown above are recent listings of single story condos in San Diego
Single level condo living in San Diego is gaining popularity as baby-boomers, retirees, or families with young children add to the demand by preferring single level floor plans.
If you are looking for single story condominiums located in San Diego County, please browse the additional condo listings below with our custom search criteria i.e.:
- New Single Story San Diego Condos, San Diego Condos on one level or with a bedroom on the lower floor
- Affordable San Diego Condos that are single story
- Single Story San Diego Condos with monthly HOA fee under $250
Single story new construction condos in San Diego
Single Story Condos in San Diego with monthly HOA fee under $250
Considering that a monthly HOA fee considerably adds to the total monthly housing expense, we have filtered the single story condo search below to show only one story condos with a monthly HOA fee that is less than $250.
You can also use our advanced home search here, and create a search filter your condo listings results to show listings with affordable homeowner association fees (monthly condo HOA fee of under $50, $100, $150, $250,$500 or less or $500 and more).
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New San Diego One Story Condos For Sale
Carlsbad CA – North County San Diego One Story Condos For Sale
Escondido CA – North County San Diego One Story Condos For Sale
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La Jolla San Diego One Story Condos For Sale
San Diego Single Story Condos and other Attached Homes in SD 55 Plus Communities
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What’s the difference between single story condos or one story town homes in San Diego?
With a huge assortment of condos in San Diego, you can cherry-pick from high-rise or low-rise condo communities, golf club condo communities, university area condos and even beachside locations with ocean views.
Condos are more like large apartments that can be either one level or two levels. Townhomes are full-sized, individual homes, placed side-by-side. They can share one or two walls with neighboring homes.
Townhomes communities are numerous in San Diego. These are built on tree-lined streets, within gated communities with amenities like pools, hot tubs and secure parking. Compared to a condo, they usually have a lot more living space and a private patio. In most cases, townhomes let you have a yard and park your car in your own driveway or garage.
Another big difference between between condos and townhouses is the form of ownership. As a condo owner, you own only the interior of your home. But the condominium association retains the majority ownership of the exterior, including the land and all common areas. They’re responsible for the maintenance of all exterior areas. As an owner, and a member of the condominium association, you’ll own a small percentage of the community and its amenities.
With townhomes Home Owner Association fees (HOA) cover maintenance and insurance for the common areas, trash pick-up and even landscaping. But with townhomes, you own the land and the exterior areas (yard, deck, patio, driveway, etc.). So that means you are also on the hook for these areas and even roof and trim repairs.
Condos typically offer less privacy and can be on any floor of a building or complex. Instead, townhomes always start on the ground floor, can have multiple floors and generally offer more privacy. Condos are usually smaller living areas with high HOA fees well while townhomes are larger with lower fees.