The oldest and most elegant community in the San Diego area is named Old Town. Its fitting name describes the neighborhood’s mid-century apartment buildings and its gorgeous historic district. Although Old Town has a large population of around 58,000 it still hasn't lost any of its original cultures and this can be seen in its vibrant art, Mediterranean style homes and a number of holiday celebrations. Old Town is known for its festivals including the Old Town Arts Festival, Cinco de Mayo, the Posadas celebration on Christmas and the Day of the Dead. Spanish culture has been embedded in Old Town since the mid-1800’s when it was named the county seat of San Diego. Not only does the culture and traditions of Old Town attract new residents each year but the lively atmosphere, picturesque homes and convenient location all play a big role in shaping this fantastic region.
The atmosphere of Old Town can be described as lively, vibrant, and positive. In town, many of the homes are close together and well manicured making the environment seem safe, friendly and sophisticated. Colorful artwork can be seen on display on the busy streets of Old Town adding bursts of color to everyday life. Stepping into old Town is like a whole new world of bustling restaurants, quaint coffee shops and entertainment galore! If you are looking for a little extra excitement check out Rockin’ Baja Lobster- Coastal Cantina Old Town for a lively and entertaining chef display with some spicy seafood. In the mood for something a little more laid back? Try Cafe Coyote for some fresh Mexican eats and frosty margaritas. Walking a few of those binge calories off with some interesting museums, historical homes and excellent parks will do your body good and you may even learn a thing or two!
Historic points of interest in Old Town worth visiting include places like the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, the Seeley Stable, Casa de Estudillo, and several places in Heritage Park. With all of its wonderful features and amenities, Old Town is a great choice for prospective homebuyers considering relocating in the San Diego area. Homes for sale in the Old Town area also include single family homes and renovated condos and townhomes. Prices for these homes vary depending on size, location, and style. The beautifully, ornate structures of many of the homes for sale in Old Town will make choosing a location difficult but fascinating.
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