Homes for Sale in Coronado
View all Coronado active real estate listings. Located just a few minutes across the magnificent Coronado Bridge from downtown San Diego, the island city of Coronado offers a completely different atmosphere from that of the big city next door.
Featuring world-class beaches, historic architecture, and a laid-back vibe, Coronado is a truly special city home to some of the most desirable real estate in the entire region. Although known as a popular tourist destination, Coronado has over 28,000 residents. A diverse collection of folks call Coronado home, but all come for the small-town feel, tight-knit community, and quiet, charming neighborhoods.
- Antigua Villas
- Bahama Village
- Blue Anchor Cay
- Coronado Beach South
- Coronado Cays
- Coronado Point
- Coronado Shores
- Coronado Village
- Country Club Estates
- Green Turtle Cay
- Hotel Del Coronado
- Jamaica Village
- Kingston Village
- Mardi Gras Village
- Montego Village
- Port Royale Village
- The Landing
- Trinidad Village
Coronado was incorporated in 1890, and the city's rich history is evident when making your way through the tree-lined residential streets, where beautifully restored Victorian homes are a common sight.
Coronado's most famous landmark is the beachfront Hotel Del Coronado, drawing visitors to the island since its completion in 1888. This impressive Victorian structure is the jewel in Coronado's crown. The hotel offers guests an upscale experience with its boutique shops, on-site spa, and luxurious suites.
Coronado's beaches are among the best in the world, with locals and tourists flocking to the miles of pristine white sand to enjoy sunbathing, water sports, and people-watching. There's a beach for everyone here, and the excellent Southern California climate means beach days are almost always on the cards. Dog-friendly North Beach is most popular with local surfers, kiteboarders, and windsurfers, and as a bonus, one can often see Navy SEALS training nearby. As the sun sets, bonfires often dot the shoreline.
Further south, Silver Strand State Beach offers miles of undeveloped beaches, with fishing, swimming, volleyball, and camping among the most popular activities. Silver Strand also features beautiful bayside beaches, where the water is warmer and calmer. A developed area with fire rings and ramadas gives way to over a mile of undeveloped beach that’s ideal for exploring.
Golfers are well-served by the Coronado Municipal Golf Course, an 18-hole, par-72 course that offers wonderful views across the bay. In operation since 1957, this fantastic golf club also features a relaxed clubhouse with dining facilities and a cocktail lounge.
Coronado's commercial hub is a mile-long section of Orange Avenue, stretching from the bay to the ocean. Independent businesses line the city's main street, including bookstores, boutiques, galleries, cafes, and restaurants. Near the Coronado Bridge, Ferry Landing is a bayfront shopping and dining center, offering some of the city's best restaurants. You'll also encounter stunning views of downtown San Diego, the Coronado bridge, and sailboats bobbing in the bay.
Coronado's proximity to downtown San Diego means residents have easy access to some of the best shopping, dining, and entertainment in Southern California. That said, Coronado holds its own when it comes to artistic and cultural activities. There's a fantastic local community theater group in Coronado and the highly regarded Lamb's Players Theatre. This non-profit organization produces five shows each year in an intimate 350-seat theater.
Coronado Real Estate
Always get the newest Coronado properties; this page is updated with Coronado real estate listings several times per day from for the most extensive San Diego County MLS.
Each listing includes photos, the price, year built, the size of the house (square feet), the size of the lot, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and other important information. You’ll also be able to check the number of days it has been on the market (DOM), the MLS number, and the listing status (active, under contract, or pending).
Review exterior features as well as the architectural style of residences. If any appliances or other personal property are included with the sale, those will also be noted. When available, Coronado neighborhood details will be included along with a map, local schools, and similar homes for sale within the Coronado zip code.
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