Ocean Beach Investment Properties

Ocean Beach has a distinct timelessness in its architecture, people, and general vibe, but there’s no denying just how quirky and cool the neighborhood is. Sitting along the northern end of Point Loma, Ocean Beach seems like it never left the 1960s.

The neighborhood has a population of just over 10,000 with an estimated median age of 34.9. Most residents are relatively young and either in college or recently graduated. That said, the neighborhood still features plenty of families with a healthy population of older residents. The stuck-in-time feeling reflects in the craftsman-style homes, wood and stucco cottages, and beach bungalows throughout the neighborhood. Ocean Beach isn’t a place of pretensions, so don’t expect huge mansions or high rises.

Restaurants and Attractions in Ocean Beach

One thing that Ocean Beach and its residents pride themselves on is their preservation of the town’s sacred, small town atmosphere, which means no chains or big brands, a win for everyone. For a big, messy burger, head to Hodad’s. The original location in Ocean Beach has been around for over 45 years and is still serving its famous burgers to locals and visitors alike. If you’re not feeling burgers, you can get a slice of pizza and some frosty local brews from Pizza Port, or pick up a sandwich at Chris’ Liquor and Deli.

From tide pools and cliffside trails to scenic bike paths and fishing opportunities, there’s no end to relaxed activities. Newport Avenue offers plenty of bars for lovers of cocktails, but the street also happens to be home to the largest antiques district in San Diego. If you’re looking for gently used clothes or classic home décor, you should have no problem finding exactly what you need in one of the many antiques stores in the area.

Visit Thistle, which is housed in an old 1920s cottage, for an expansive collection of local crafts, bouquets, succulents, stationary, and more. If you’re in the mood for eco-friendly, nontoxic, and cruelty free cosmetics, head to The Holistic Science Company. This apothecary stocks shampoo, soaps, serums, and body oils that will keep you looking, feeling, and smelling your best.

Ocean Beach is also home to plenty of annual, seasonal events, from street fairs to chili cook-offs to kite festivals and beyond, ensuring that you always have something fun to do with the whole community.

Schools in Ocean Beach

Ocean Beach currently only has two schools, Warren-Walker School and Ocean Beach Elementary School. Warren-Walker is a private school that offers kindergarten through grade 8, while Ocean Beach Elementary serves kindergarten through the 4th grade.

Ocean Beach Home Value

The median home value in Ocean Beach is over $722,000, making it higher than the average home value in San Diego County but not higher than the most expensive areas in the county. Estimates suggest that the home value will continue to increase over the year.

If you are considering investing in a home in Ocean Beach, Revestor can help you out. Contact us today if you have questions or would like to start investing.

3030-3032 Fisher Lane, Lemon Grove, CA 92107
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3030-3032-Fisher-Lane-Lemon-Grove-CA-92107
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($624)/mo
3030-3032 Fisher Lane 
Lemon Grove
Res Income 2-4 Units
$499,000
1958
 
$499,000
3030-3032 Fisher Lane 
Lemon Grove, CA 92107
4 Beds
2 Baths
Sq Ft.
  • Cap Rate
    4.10%
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    ($624)/mo
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