About Beach-Barber Tract
The Beach-Barber Tract area of La Jolla is serene and laid back. Set against the world-renowned WindanSea Beach, this coastal La Jolla neighborhood consists of a wide-ranging mix of home styles. Charming English-style cottages delight visitors while exquisite oceanfront residences enjoy incredible ocean views. Named after Phillip Barber, an heir to a steamship fortune, Beach-Barber Tract was established in the early 1920’s. Most longtime La Jolla natives living in Beach-Barber Tract have preserved the architectural integrity of their homes. Many homes in Beach-Barber Tract are sited as historic and have kept their individualism, which is enticing to many visitors and future residents. Beach-Barber Tract is close to La Jolla High School and The Village, which makes it convenient for everyday living.
Beach-Barber Tract Homes
Homes in the Beach-Barber Tract of La Jolla are a combination of beach cottages, condos and oceanfront estates. The Beach-Barber Tract attracts many people because of its casual beachside approach to La Jolla living. Homes in Beach-Barber Tract start around $950,000 and go up to 29 million dollars! Many of the wonderful homes in Beach-Barber Tract have been kept in families for generations and are now designated as historic landmarks. If a condo sounds more appealing, there are several small developments in The Beach-Barber Tract: for example, the complex Villa La Jolla is just 2 blocks from the beach and the offering price for a one bedroom starts around $350,000.
Beach-Barber Tract Lifestyle
Living is laid back and easy in The Beach-Barber Tract of La Jolla. Everything is within walking distance to the beach, shops and restaurants in Beach-Barber Tract. Grab a bite to eat at Su Casa or The Shack or stroll down to the world famous WindanSea Beach to watch the surfers. Year round huge waves make this La Jolla beach a hot surfing spot known throughout the world as a prime location for this sport. Convenient access to The Village in La Jolla and surrounding areas makes life in The Beach-Barber Tract easygoing and is a favorite among long-time San Diego natives.