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Find the newest Ocean Beach homes for sale below! Homes in the Ocean Beach community are less expensive compared to other areas, with smaller homes & cottages often listed for sale under $600,000. New construction ocean front homes will be significantly higher in price. Condos & townhomes are often available as well. For more information about any homes for sale in Ocean Beach, or to schedule a private showing, call your local San Diego real estate specialists - Beer Home Team - Keller Williams Realty at (858) 465-7899. Ocean Beach Community
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Although not one of San Diego's largest neighborhoods, Ocean Beach is still a favorite among local residents and potential home buyers alike. Neatly positioned between the San Diego River and the hills of Point Loma, many find this stunning beachfront neighborhood to be the perfect place to begin a home search.
The main thoroughfare thru Ocean Beach is Newport Avenue, filled with charming boutique stores, quaint restaurants, and quite the variety of locally owned antique shops—which has helped establish this stretch as being known as the Ocean Beach Antique District.
In fact, if it seems most of the businesses around San Diego's Ocean Beach neighborhood are independent or locally owned, it's because the community has actively opposed corporate chains from opening in the area over the years, with only a few in existence even today. In terms of real estate for sale in Ocean Beach, single-family homes dominate the landscape, which also includes a number of Craftsman bungalows, cottages, and various other structures that were built between 1887 and 1931; a part of the Ocean Beach housing market that is now part of the Ocean Beach Cottage Emerging Historic District.
Several condominium complexes are also located around Ocean Beach, of which most were originally built in the 1960s and 1970s, and will usually offer an affordable housing option for first time home buyers or even those looking for a low-cost vacation or income property. Such one-bedroom condos are usually listed between $200,000 and $400,000, but pricing largely depends on square footage, location, and specific updates to the unit.