Welcome to the charming area of Del Mar! As of the latest US census, around 4,227 call this area home and around 52% are homeowners. With an average age of 48, the residents of Del Mar are well established, with many growing families of all ages. However, during weekends and holidays, you can see a lot more activity and excitement. Over the recent months roughly 44 homes have been sold with an average sold price of $2,885,955. That is a decrease of $230,490 from the previous period.
Learn more about Del Mar
Del Mar is Spanish for “of the sea”, reflecting its location on the Pacific Ocean coast. Known for hosting the Del Mar Horse Races at the Del Mar Racetrack every summer as well as being the hub for the United States Navy Air Facility housing blimps in Del Mar during World War ll. Del Mar, California is an upscale beach town just north of the Torry Pines Natural Reserve and south of Solana Beach, Ca. North Beach is the bit of sand between Solana Beach and Del Mar which is a dog-friendly beach shared by the residents from both cities. A unique fact about Del Mar is that it’s only one of two places where the rarest of pine trees, the Torrey Pine exist today. The locating be on Santa Rosa Island. Del Mar is also a very small city with roughly 2 sq miles of land coverage, yet it has a whole lot to off in this small space.
Most of the homes in Del Mar will have an ocean view given the topography of the land. This offers a great sight to sip your morning coffee too yet you’ll feel very secluded with the lush vegetation the lines the streets and neighborhood. Del Mar has a very relaxed vibe to it which is very fitting for the residents that live here. Walking around Del Mar you may feel the relaxed welcoming energy from the locals and visitors alike.
In addition to the Del Mar Racetrack and horse races, Del Mar is also home to the San Diego County Fair. The fair is typically hosted in the late summers month and brings a lot of welcomed visitors to the grounds and local shops located in Del Mar Village.
Camino Del Mar or the little stretch of PCH that runs through the city is where the action happens. This small stretch of highway is home to oceanview dining, art galleries, boutique shops and so much more. This area of Del Mar has coastal European charm with a laid-back California beach vibe.
Del Mar also offers some of the most beautiful homes in the Southern California area. With beach from homes lining the coastline of Del Mar it’s no wonder why you’ll find such high profile and famous people choosing to reside in Del Mar. It is most certainly a sought-after beach city in San Diego County.
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