Chula Vista Real Estate

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Community Profile

Home to over 230,000 people, Chula Vista is the second-largest city in San Diego County. Located 7 miles from downtown San Diego, residences are roughly the same distance from the U.S-Mexico border. Because of this proximity to the border, almost half its population is of Hispanic descent.

Chula Vista which means "beautiful view" in Spanish boasts a location between the foothills of the Jamul Mountains, the San Diego Bay, and the Otay Open Space Preserve. With that in mind, residents enjoy spectacular views from every direction along with a plethora of outdoor activities.

Chula Vista Real Estate

Begin your next chapter in life by moving into a new home that is located in a city that offers endless sunshine and outdoor space. Developed by top home builders such as Shea Homes, Chula Vista real estate features plenty of single-family homes, townhomes, condos, and apartments for sale. The historic city center features a mixed-use development alongside planned communities such as Rolling Hills Ranch, Eastlake, San Miguel Ranch, and Otay Ranch. A stroll through the established neighborhoods will reveal a collection of grand homes with large yards sitting on tree-lined streets.

Thanks to the “Home Upgrade Carbon Downgrade” program, develop[ers in the area are adopting energy-efficient building techniques which include solar panels for new constructions. The program aims to save energy, reduce carbon footprint, and stimulate the local economy. Business commuters will also appreciate their new home’s convenient proximity to freeways such as Interstates 5, 805, and 125. With that in mind, commuting to work, school, and the outlying areas of SoCal is super convenient.

Things to do & Attractions in Chula Vista

The highlight of living in Chula Vista is the family-friendly atmosphere the city provides. With the pleasant weather hovering in the 50s and 60s, outdoor aficionados will find plenty to do in the area. Home to over 60 parks, sports fields, and miles of trails skirting throughout, Chula Vista guarantees a healthy dose of fresh air just around the corner.

Catch a glimpse of America’s best athletes at the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center. The center also doubles up as the venue of the city’s annual Community Fun Run in the spring. If you want to step into the water for a splash, enjoy 32 acres of water recreation and family fun at Aquatica Sea World Waterpark. To ensure you never tire of the game, hit the links on one of four challenging yet playable golf courses.

What’s more, the community comes alive with a host of entertainment and cultural attractions including the annual CiclaVista, where streets open up to everything except cars. To the delight of music lovers, the City of San Diego plays host to world-class entertainers performing at the North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre—San Diego County’s premier outdoor music venue.

Shopping and Dining

With two major malls and a historic downtown district, shopping, dining, and entertainment venues are plentiful in Chula Vista. Besides the weekly farmers market, historic buildings, unique shops, and landmark restaurants line the streets. With over 100 of the country’s top specialty stores, the shopping in Otay Ranch Town Center is second-to-none. The open-air center is bustling with activity and outdoor amenities including a library, eateries, food pavilion, and play area for kids. And if you are looking for a one-of-a-kind accent for your home, discover bespoke artisan goods at Third Avenue Village, the cultural center of the city.

Educational Opportunities in Chula Vista

Are schools are important to you? The Sweetwater Union High School District and the Chula Vista Elementary School District serve the community. Students in Chula Vista test 7% higher than the rest of California's students, but are 4% lower than nationwide averages. If you're considering going for a certificate or degree, nearby universities include Pima Medical Institute-Chula Vista, southwestern College, and United Education Institute-Chula Vista.

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