- Bedrooms: 0-2
- Bathrooms: 1-2
- Price Range (as of Nov 2014): $225,000-$450,00
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266 sunny days annually, and a higher than average comfort index make San Diego a choice destination for 33 million visitors a year. Tourism is a vital component of the local economy and is the third largest industry of San Diego County. 70 miles of coastline, year-round outdoor activity, swimming, surfing, boating, and sailing put the Turquoise Village Condominiums in Pacific Beach at the Center of the action. A cost efficient living space, Turquoise Village is priced between $225,000 and $450,000. With offerings including studio, one bedroom and two bedrooms, coupled with one to two bathrooms, these condominiums are far more affordable than much of what is available in San Diego. Recently ranked by the Bureau of Labor Statistics as the fourth most expensive city in the country, the average listing price in the Pacific Beach neighborhood is $831,196. On the whole, the median home price in San Diego is $472,200.
An entertainment and nightlife hub, Pacific Beach is bordered by Mission Beach, Mission Bay and La Jolla, making ideal for beach dwellers and outdoor enthusiasts. Often called a “tamer” version of Venice Beach, during the summertime, the Pacific Beach population grows exponentially. A “young” area, many residents of the neighborhood are in their 20’s and 30’s. The area is filled with bars, shops, restaurants and cafes.
A gated and secured complex, it is easy to find solitude away from the “PB” scene. Residents of the Turquoise Village are the beneficiaries of a multitude of amenities. A community barbecue, laundry, pool, spa, sauna, exercise facility and recreation area all found onsite. Resort style living, occupants are provided with hot tub and sauna usage as well. Specific units are equipped with an ocean view. Parking is made easy by the underground gated community facility. Per bedroom, one spot is issued. Guests can access visitor parking on the street.
A pet-friendly community, Turquoise Village residents who own dogs are less than two miles from Starkey Mini Park, and Kate O Sessions Park, both have off leash areas. In the heart of north PB, the closest beach is North Pacific Beach. Traveling to other parts of San Diego is made easy by Turquoise Village proximity to interstates eight and five. The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System runs bus routes 8, 9, 27, and 30.
Military members who live at Turquoise Village are 16 miles from the 32nd street Naval Base San Diego, eight miles from the Marine Corps Recruiting Depot and 36 miles from Camp Pendleton.