Friday, October 13

Do you know Gregory Peck’s home town was La Jolla?

Wait! La Jolla has many more interesting information and attractions.

The Scripps Institute of Oceanography; The Salk Institute, Mount Soledad, La Jolla Caves, Ellen Browning Scripps Park, San Diego Mormon Temple and the Fingerhut Gallery.

Oh yes, another greatest fun is Underwater Pumpkin Carving Contest, a San Diego tradition for over 20 years. This contest is a real kick, with some outrageous pumpkins coming out of the surf. A lot of fun for both divers and non-divers.

And for the surf loves La Jolla has La Jolla Shores, La Jolla Cove, Children's Cove and Windansea Beach.

These attractions make La Jolla an ideal place to live in.
A little over 42,000 people live in the La Jolla community of expensive, ocean-view custom homes, sloping canyons and smooth sandy beaches. The thoughtful road planning throughout allows optimum lots with stunning views.

La Jolla real estate prices range from $300,000 to over $21 million whereas La Jolla property types include single-family, residential, commercial, town-homes and condominiums.
According to investments experts, the time is ripe to buy because the prices are temptingly low.

You have wide choices like luxurious La Jolla homes that dot the landscape into the hills with verandas and decks facing the spellbinding sunset views. Small La Jolla beach homes and many apartments make living a little more affordable.

Add homesalessandiego.com to your favorites for La Jolla homes.

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