San Diego Spanish Homes for Sale

San Diego Spanish Home

Search all Spanish homes for sale in San Diego. Spanish architecture is prevalent across San Diego for commercial buildings, civic buildings, and residential homes alike. Its influence in Southern California began during sixteenth century Spanish rule and construction of Spanish-style homes soared during San Diegos rapid growth between 1915-1931. Spanish architecture remains a popular style for new construction homes to this day. 

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Spanish Home Listings

Spanish Style Home Statistics September 18, 2021
27
Listed
53
Avg. DOM
$655.28
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,399,000
Med. List Price
27 Properties
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About Spanish Architecture

Spanish architecture has a long history in California. It evolved over a few distinct eras, outlined below.

Spanish Colonial

Spanish architecture spread throughout the New World, starting in 1513. Monarchs dictated the guidelines for the construction of missions, cities, homes, and public buildings. Careful consideration was given to the position of cities (so that they may be defended) and the health of their residents - people and livestock alike. Catholic monks built missions to support local trade, provide a safe sanctuary for colonists, and support their religious duties.

Mission Revival

In the late 19th century, the West was fenced-in and tamed. The influx of new residents to the burgeoning California cities of San Francisco, San Diego, and Los Angeles created a demand for local institutions like train stations, post offices, and city halls. This period coincided with the Eclectic Movement, a design aesthetic that favored the past. Given California’s history as a Spanish-then-Mexican outpost, the natural expression of Eclectic design was Mission Revival architecture.

Spanish Colonial Revival

From 1915 to 1931, Southern California underwent a period of accelerated growth due, in part, to the migration of the motion picture industry from New York to Los Angeles and the marketing of California by major railroads. Idyllic scenes of palm trees, orange groves, and ocean beaches graced promotional travel pamphlets and posters.

It was during this time that Spanish-influenced design leaped from civic buildings and mansions into middle-class residential homes: Spanish Colonial Revival architecture took off.

Spanish Colonial Revival subgenres include:

  • Hispano-Moorish
  • Monterey
  • Pueblo
  • Santa Fe
  • Mission

Spanish Home Search

Always find the latest San Diego Spanish listings; this page is updated several times per day (every 15 minutes) from the most extensive MLS in San Diego.

Each property listing includes the price, the year the home was built, the size of the house (square feet), the size of the lot, the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and other important details. You’ll also be able to check the MLS number, see how many days it has been on the market (DOM), and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending).

Review interior and exterior features of the home. Details about the surrounding neighborhood will be included with a map, local schools, and similar homes for sale nearby.

Spanish Realtors® in San Diego

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