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Overview
Population:10,044
Pop. Change:12%
State: California
Metro Area: San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metro Area
County: San Diego County
City:San Diego Country Estates
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San Diego Country Estates's Real Estate Market
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San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metro Area

Profile: Large coastal city complex

Location: Southern California coast, 120 miles south of Los Angeles and 20 miles north of Mexican border

Elevation: 28

Time zone: Pacific Standard Time

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San Diego’s endearing ocean-moderated Southern California climate is hard to beat and enables year-round enjoyment of the area’s many outdoor amenities and activities. The economy has typically been strong and the city is well endowed with arts and recreational amenities. This has drawn the crowds, including retirees, overseas and domestic migrants, and migrants from other parts of California. The cost of living, once a relative bargain for California coastal cities, is no longer low. Commute times have risen and air quality problems have worsened.

All this said, the San Diego area still has a lot to offer. Downtown is mix of modern and old Mission-style architecture, pleasant but nondescript with a nice waterfront area dominated by hospitality activities. Balboa Park just to the north is an urban treasure. San Diego Bay and Mission Bay offer excellent boating and water recreation, and Sea World and the San Diego Zoo are nationally famous.

Farther to the north along the coast, La Jolla is an attractive if expensive beach enclave. Residential areas have grown to the north along State Route 163 and I-15 in places like Poway and Rancho Bernardo. Still farther north along the coast lies the entertainment, shopping and retirement seaside town of Carlsbad, pleasant but expensive, and San Marcos lies inland near the more famous desert retirement enclave of Escondido. Most of these communities are very attractive but demand and geographic limitations have raised prices considerably.

A number of companies, particularly in high tech, have located facilities in these northern areas thus avoiding the need to commute downtown, or, worse, across the area’s mountain ranges. Areas to the south toward Mexico have a working-class character. Travel downtown and to the airport is easy at all but the worst times, and suburban roadways are generally well planned and devoid of major traffic bottlenecks.

San Diego itself is located on a narrow coastal plain giving way to desert foothills to the east and north. Local vegetation is sparse coastal bush and grasses, with desert scrub inland. The Mediterranean climate is pleasant year-round. The strong Pacific influence creates cool summers and warm winters in comparison with other places at the same latitude. The climate varies according to proximity to the coast. Temperatures below freezing are rare, while desert-influenced temperatures above 90 or even 100 do occur. Desert winds bring the highest temperatures during early fall. Most precipitation falls in winter, but there may be an occasional thunderstorm or tropical rain. Morning ocean-borne low clouds (called “fog” or “June gloom” locally) occur in summer but usually dissipate by afternoon. Humidity is low and sunshine is plentiful for a marine location.

Interesting Facts about San_Diego_Country_Estates, California

As of 2014, San Diego Country Estates's population is 10,044 people. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 11.82 percent.

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The median home cost in San Diego Country Estates is $386,400. Home appreciation the last year has been 18.30 percent.

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Compared to the rest of the country, San Diego Country Estates's cost of living is 47.60% Higher than the U.S. average.

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San Diego Country Estates public schools spend $11,158 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,435. There are about 20.7 students per teacher in San Diego Country Estates.

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The unemployment rate in San Diego Country Estates is 6.00 percent(U.S. avg. is 6.30%). Recent job growth is Positive. San Diego Country Estates jobs have Increased by 1.04 percent.


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Average Commute time is 40 minutes. The National Average is 25 minutes.

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San Diego Country Estates's Real Estate Market (click to see properties)

 • Newly Listed Homes
 • Most Expensive Listing
 • Million Dollar Houses
 • Homes from $750,001 to $1,000,000
 • Homes from $500,001 to $750,000
 • Homes from $250,000 to $500,000
 • Homes under $250,000
 • Median Priced Homes


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