Old Town Real Estate Stats
|Average Home Price||$825K|
|Total Real Estate Listings||10|
|Avg. Days On Market||18|
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|All Listings||Under $100,000||$900,000 - $1,000,000|
The Old Town Real Estate Market
Perhaps you're looking for a condo in a secluded location with incredible views, or you're looking for a luxury Spanish style estate. If you explore Old Town real estate, you'll be looking in the right place. This community is so diverse that home prices in Old Town can vary in price from $420,000 to just over $2.4 million.
As a popular tourist destination, it may appear as if a home in this central San Diego neighborhood may seem busy. The exact opposite is actually true. Old adobe ranch homes, schoolhouses, and graveyards, spread amongst the occupied areas of the neighborhood, give Old Town real estate a rich charm that you'll not find in many other San Diego neighborhoods.
With a history rich in diversity, Old Town homes for sale will expose you to a vibrant neighborhood all year long. Neighbors that have lived in the area for many years, a possible craftsman house and property to grow a lovely garden, and a short walk to the trolley.
Old Town Community Highlights:
Old Town San Diego marks the site of the first Spanish settlement on the U.S. West Coast and features 12-acres of Mexican heritage and historical sites, colorful shops, early-California-style restaurants, and more. Old Town homes for sale are literally situated in the center of San Diego, located three miles north of downtown. At the junction of interstate 5 and Interstate 8, this lovely historic town is just across the street from the San Diego Trolley Old Town Transit Center, across the freeway from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD), and a short drive from most San Diego destinations.
In 1968, the State of California, established Old Town Historic Park to preserve the rich heritage that characterized San Diego during the 1800s. This means that, within walking distance there are a great many places to shop and dine with unique merchandise and a quaint atmosphere.
With more than 100 distinct neighborhoods in San Diego, you're always just blocks away from a new real estate experience. Discover other nearby San Diego neighborhoods to explore such as Mission Valley, Point Loma, Harbor Island, and Shelter Island.