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Create a Lifestyle in... Coronado Village!

The Village is a Picturesque, Relaxed Beach Town just minutes from Downtown San Diego. 

Coronado Village is a quaint beach town just minutes from downtown San Diego.

Located across the spectacular San Diego-Coronado Bridge from downtown San Diego, Coronado Village is surrounded by the San Diego Bay on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other. Also known as 'Coronado Island', The Village has a quaint small town feel combined with sophisticated luxury living and is known for it's top ranking Coronado Beach, world-class resorts and desirable year-round mild Mediterranean climate.

 

Coronado Village in Coronado, CA is rich in history, natural beauty and offers a charming ocean village atmosphere while providing a high quality of residential lifestyle including thriving business center, diverse local amenities and a highly revered school system. In the heart of the Village, Orange Avenue offers great local shopping, boutiques, coffee shops and fine restaurants while the Coronado Ferry Landing in the Bay Front area has a charming collection of market shops, galleries, eateries and some of the best views of downtown San Diego! Local Coronado residents and tourists agree that The Village offers the best possible combination of relaxed seaside village living with the convenience of nearby city amenities.

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Explore the quiet tree lined street and friendly neighbourhoods of the Village and you will discover a ecletic collection of architectural home styles from Victorian cottages and Spanish villas to modern mansions. If you are looking for additional housing options, the Village also offers everything from charming craftsman townhomes in the heart of the Village to larger multi-level condo building complexes. Whether you are searching for a charming 1 bedroom starter condo in the heart of the Village or an exclusive ocean-front estate vacation property, the Village has everything you need to make it your new home!

 

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Main Photo: CORONADO VILLAGE Condo for sale : 3 bedrooms : 1009 8th Street in Coronado

$1,399,000

1009 8th Street Coronado CORONADO VILLAGE

Residential
3 beds, 3 baths, Built: 1995, 1,802 sq. ft.
This charming Victorian townhome is just steps from it all! Central Village location is near Orange Avenue’s shops & restaurants, Schools & the BEACH! 1,800+ esf home includes 3 BRs, 3 BAs, spacious living area w/vaulted ceilings & lots of natural light. Unique floor... Details
Berkshire Hathaway HomeService
Main Photo: CORONADO VILLAGE Condo for sale : 2 bedrooms : 812 C Ave in Coronado

$899,000

812 C Ave Coronado CORONADO VILLAGE

Residential
2 beds, 2 baths, Built: 1975, 1,128 sq. ft.
Fabulous Village location, walk to all Coronado has to offer. Rarely available 2BR/2BA in Casa Del Sol, upgraded with parquet wood floors, fireplace in LR, maple cabinetry, corian counters, s/s appliances, remodeled baths. Secure building and gated parking with lots... Details
Coldwell Banker Res. Brokerage
Main Photo: CORONADO VILLAGE House for sale : 3 bedrooms : 625 Alameda Blvd in Coronado

$1,999,999

625 Alameda Blvd Coronado CORONADO VILLAGE

Residential
3 beds, 2 baths, Built: 1959, 1,387 sq. ft.
Charming single level, mid century modern, adorable beach cottage completely renovated in 2016. This is a three bedroom, 2 bathroom home with beautiful wood beamed ceilings and a gorgeous fireplace. Upgrades include: beautiful custom kitchen with white cabinets, quartz... Details
Coldwell Banker West
Main Photo: CORONADO VILLAGE House for sale : 3 bedrooms : 733 Tolita Avenue in Coronado

$3,950,000

733 Tolita Avenue Coronado CORONADO VILLAGE

Residential
3 beds, 4 baths, Built: 2018, 3,000 sq. ft.
Brand New Coastal Contemporary Masterpiece one block to the beach. Innovative design w/ effortless indoor/outdoor living spaces, floor to ceiling windows, great room, master bedroom retreat, large landscaped yard, roof top deck w/ 360 views of the downtown skyline... Details
Pacific Sotheby's Int'l Realty
Main Photo: CORONADO VILLAGE House for sale : 5 bedrooms : 1330 Glorietta Blvd in Coronado

$3,695,000

1330 Glorietta Blvd Coronado CORONADO VILLAGE

Residential
5 beds, 4 baths, Built: 2007, 3,986 sq. ft.
This is what the Coronado living is all about!!! Absolutely stunning Coastal, Craftsman inspired, on a phenomenal location overlooking the tennis courts, golf course & Glorietta Bay! Entertain your friends & family in this great open floor plan with multiple outdoor... Details
Berkshire Hathaway HomeService
Listing information last updated on February 25, 2018

Interesting Facts & Resources

The town of Coronado was founded in 1885. The land was purchased by E.L Babcock, along with Hampton L. Story and Jacob Gruendike. Their intention was to create a resort community, and in 1886 the Coronado Beach Company was organized. By 1888 they had built the Hotel del Coronado and the city became a major resort destination. They also built a schoolhouse, and formed athletic, boating, and baseball clubs.

 

In 1900 a tourist/vacation area just south of the Hotel del Coronado was established by John D. Spreckels and named Tent City. Over the years the tents gave way to cottages, the last of which was torn down in late 1940 or early 1941.

 

In the 1910s, Coronado was connected to San Diego by the Class 1 streetcars and an extensive, accompanying San Diego public transit system that was spurred by the Panama-California Exposition of 1915 and built by John D. Spreckels. These streetcars became a fixture of this city until their retirement in 1939.

 

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