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How La Jolla Real Estate Has Changed Since 1917


La Jolla was one of the first California colonies settled in the early 1880’s. It’s commonly known as “The Jewel”, it’s also one of the cities in our great nation that boasts a beautiful culture and history.

Here are 3 ways La Jolla Real Estate has changed since 1917 —

Major Annual Event
La Jolla, California has vacations all year-round that mark major activities in the area. Throughout the year, visitors can travel to the city and get a chance to celebrate colorful events such as street fests, parades, sports festivals, concerts and much more.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade, Chinese New Year, Del Mar Antique Show and Sale and the Whale Fest are some of the spectacular events celebrated in La Jolla both by locals and visitors.

News Making Headline
The Mount Soledad Cross controversy has been reported several times in major news headlines. Typically, the cross is the highest points in the area. There has been a controversy on the land it stands on which has led to a lot of debated arguments till the Mt. Soledad Memorial Association bought the land from the Dept. of Defense and put the case to an end.

Famous Properties Built
La Jolla is a home to various business premises such as restaurants, boutiques, jewelry stores, medical research and scientific institutes. The Salk Institute, Scripps Research Institution and the University of California San Diego are some of the prominent buildings located in La Jolla.

The Museum of Contemporary Art specifically is one of the major National attraction centers. It was built in 1941 and it has undergone a lot of renovations and expansions to triple its size. It is well known for the collection of paintings, sculptures, and photographs.

It is difficult to exhaust all of the famous homes in the area. One of the more notable homes, however, belongs to the late, legendary Chargers football player Junior Seau. Other notable properties belong to Dr. Suesses late widow Audrey Geisel and former NFL quarterback, Doug Flutie.

For more on this subject read our recent blog “Del Dios Ranch: An Inside Look

Thinking of buying or selling a home in the La Jolla area? As consistent top producers in real estate, Linda Daniels and The Daniels Group are your La Jolla housing specialists. Our team of local experts will ensure that you have a successful real estate transaction. Call us today at (858) 361-5561 or email us anytime.