Nicked named the “Crowned City” you can see right away that Coronado is an affluent and desirable place to live.
Roughly 24,000 people live here and it is the home of the US Navy Air Station, the Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado Island Marriott, Loews Coronado Bay Resort, and the one of the best white-sand beaches in the world.
The average temperatures range from a high of 72°F to a low of 58°F in January, and there is roughly 10 inches of rain all year.
Tourism is a huge part of Coronado’s lifeblood. Just an ideal place for outdoor activities, including, swimming, sailing, running, biking, tennis and golf – the scenery can’t be beat.
The Coronado Municipal Golf Course is here and there are a total of 18 public and private courses within 10 miles of Coronado.
The Sharp Coronado Hospital is located here and there are 20 other hospitals within 12 miles of Coronado (Naval Medical Center – 3 miles and USCD Medical Center – 5 miles).
We’re certainly in the high-end real estate market here. Coronado is a fairly small community with a much higher median family income of $82,959 vs. the CA average of $53,025.
As of Jan 2016, the median sales home price was $1,567,500 based on 38 home sales. And the average listing price for Coronado homes was $2,366,131 in Jan 2016 (source – Trulia.com).
Now we’ll take a look at the various retirement housing options in Coronado, CA.
Where to retire in Coronado, CA?