La Jolla Alta Neighborhood
The community of La Jolla Alta is located on the south slope of Mt. Soledad and is known for its spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, Mission Bay and San Diego city lights. La Jolla Alta is a unique neighborhood because it is made up primarily of planned residential developments. But these are not your average planned communities. These La Jolla Alta luxury homes have million dollar views and boast their own tennis facilities, clubhouses and state-of-the-art gyms. Located close to popular WindanSea Beach, La Jolla Cove and La Jolla Shores, La Jolla Alta is also just minutes away from restaurants and boutiques in nearby La Jolla Village.
La Jolla Alta Homes
Great opportunities for home buying are available in La Jolla Alta. This community has newer homes, more than in surrounding areas and many of the homes were built in the 1980s. La Jolla Alta is one of the most affordable areas in La Jolla. The houses tend to be bigger in this area of La Jolla compared to similar properties in other neighborhoods. The newer gated homes at Crystal Bay in La Jolla Alta boast simple and clean lines and are priced anywhere from one to three million dollars. Luxury patio homes with an ultra-modern design are priced from 1.3 million on up. The two condominium developments of La Jolla Alta are the gated Ventana and Eldorado. Both of these offer an alternative to the larger La Jolla Alta homes and are very well priced. Many empty nesters who have raised their families in Country Club or the Muirlands migrate to this area because of the easy “lock and go’ homes that afford them the opportunity to travel and live more simply.
La Jolla Alta Lifestyle
Sunny living and large lots with spacious homes make up this section of La Jolla. La Jolla Alta sits high on Mt. Soledad making for incredible easterly views of the city and ocean. It’s nothing to witness a majestic sunrise! This neighborhood of La Jolla offers easy access to Pacific Beach as well as the La Jolla Village, which makes for easy accessibility to fine dining, golfing and shopping. The roads in La Jolla Alta were conveniently laid out to cascade down the slope, and many homes have private pads which go from street to street, allowing for less neighbors and more unobstructed city and ocean views.