Moving To San Diego (Relocating To San Diego Guide)


Presentation Description

Having thoughts of moving to San Diego? Discover our Relocating To San Diego Guide and learn things to know before moving to San Diego, America's Finest City! Let us guide you home.


Presentation Transcript

slide 1:

San Diego Relocation Guide Joy Bender - Aumann Bender Associates

slide 2:

San Diego Relocation Guide 58 tips for moving to San Diego  17 Of The Best Neighborhoods In San Diego Culture and sophistication are hallmarks of New York City. Nightlife and glamour define Las Vegas. Beautiful beaches and agreeable weather are Miamis attraction. There are dozens of cities that hold undeniable allure but if you really want it all there is nowhere on earth like San Diego.  Celebrating the California lifestyle engaging all of the senses San Diegos rich array of natural resources posh properties and vibrant economic sectors combine to create the ideal location for discriminating residents. Our curated collection of art enclaves live music scene ranging from classic symphony to techno rave glorious beaches pristine wildlife preserves professional sports teams and thriving business sectors all contribute to a city that performs brilliantly. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 3:

San Diego Relocation Guide Deciding to move to San Diego is an easy choice. Selecting an area of San Diego to call home is an even simpler choice with an established expert from Aumann Bender Associates assisting the search. Our extensive knowledge of niche neighborhoods with just the right mix of posh amenities and exquisite architecture complement the distinctive lifestyles of our most demanding clients. With intuitive expertise and flawless follow through our team consistently identifies properties perfectly aligned with individual preference. Aumann Bender Associates knows what nurtures families rewards active lifestyles and satisfies cultural pursuits and we stand ready to serve as ambassadors to San Diegos luxurious lifestyle. Where to Live as a Family: The Best Master Planned Communities Del Sur Offers Intimate Estate-Style Living Part of the Black Mountain Ranch development in North County Del Sur is the ultimate master planned community. Just east of Rancho Santa Fe with Black Mountain Open Space Park to the east these single-family homes and attached homes are priced at an average of 339 per square foot. Housing sizes range from 1518 to 7000 square feet wrapped in attractive exterior and architectural styles. Within the Poway Unified School District schools here have earned the highest ratings achievable with low student to teacher ratios high performance and 29 sports activities. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 4:

San Diego Relocation Guide Dotting the Del Sur community map are 11 solar heated pools 14 parks and 18 miles of shared trails and open spaces with the Del Sur Town Center shops restaurants and professional services nearby. Private casitas wine rooms chefs kitchens private clubs for some neighborhoods pet suites sleeping porches and California rooms are all a part of this desirable development with outdoor amenities like clubhouses BBQs and recreation facilities that strengthen community engagement turning neighbors into friends. There are numerous community events throughout the year such as wine tastings poker night Memorial Day Block Party Fall Festival ice skating and Del Sur Lights. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 5:

San Diego Relocation Guide New construction activity in Del Sur includes the brand new contemporary ninety six residence Sur 33 opening March 2017. Sur 33 will have six unique three level floor plans ranging from 2021 to 2438 square feet. Del Sur has San Diegos newest 55+ community Auberge with gated resort like living set amidst three neighborhoods of single level living. Stratford and Avondale by Standard Pacific and Kingston and The Estates by CAL Atlantic are still selling new construction. Del Sur resale homes townhomes sell quickly with an average 34 days on market. The average Del Sur house is three bedroom three bathroom with 2500 square feet. The Del Sur Real Estate market averages 866000 sales price.  Search here for Del Sur homes for sale. San Elijo Hills is the Peak of Perfection for Outdoor Enthusiasts Eight miles from the Pacific Ocean cresting the highest point in North County the rolling hills of San Elijo invite residents to enjoy an outdoor lifestyle embellished with parks trails shops dining and a charming Town Square. Views of the ocean and highly rated schools in the San Marcos Unified School District endorse San Elijo Hills as a highly desired location for active families. San Elijo Hills has a strong sense of community where parents kids gather each morning to walk along the planned trails to San Elijo Elementary School and San Elijo Middle School. Double Peak School located at the north end of the community just opened fall 2016 serving grades K-8. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 6:

San Diego Relocation Guide The end of 2014 completed an exhaustive reconstruction of San Marcos High School creating one of the nicest high school campuses in all of San Diego. There are numerous San Elijo community events throughout the year such as BunnyPalooza Annual Tree Lighting Celebration Oktoberfest Double Peak Challenge Block Party in the Town Square Movie In the Park and more. The San Elijo Hills market is healthy with an average 30 days on market. The average San Elijo Hills house is three bedroom three bathroom with 2600 square feet. San Elijo Hills Real Estate runs an average of 299 price per square foot with an average 755000 sales price.  Search here for San Elijo Hills homes for sale. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 7:

San Diego Relocation Guide Pacific Highlands Ranch Offers Family Living Embracing a Charming Village Square In the Carmel Valley just south of Fairbanks Ranch and east of Del Mar Pacific Highlands Ranch is surrounded by 1300 acres of preserved natural habitat multi-use trails for hiking biking energy efficient homes a recreation center shopping centers and highly ranked schools. The Village Square business area is a growing highly walkable district with a mixed use lifestyle center grocers clothing boutiques health and wellness studios dining and gathering spaces on a pedestrian friendly Main Street with a transit center. Homes range from 2200 to just over 5000 square feet and are priced at an average of just under 400 per square foot. The average Pacific Highlands Ranch sales price is 1000000. Highly rated schools include Del Mar Union Elementary Carmel Valley Middle and Torrey Pines High School making Pacific Highlands Ranch an ideal family community.   Search here for Pacific Highlands Ranch San Diego homes for sale and  Carmel Valley San Diego homes for sale. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 8:

San Diego Relocation Guide Santaluz Indulges the Club Life and Golf Course Living Tucked in next to Rancho Santa Fe just east of Del Mar this golf-centric community is also family friendly. 24 hour guard gated for security there is sense of place defining a small town feel. Gentle rolling hills surprise with panoramic views across the red tile roofs and Black Mountains especially from the 300-acre Rees Jones golf course. Nature awaits just outdoors playing beautifully with mans hand as the homes roadways paths and recreation features complete the pristine environment. Over 25 miles of trails explore the 3800 acres of the Santaluz grounds. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 9:

San Diego Relocation Guide From the distinctive custom homes looking toward the foothills the ocean or the golf course gracefully spreading up to 20000 square feet across circular acreage to the 2100 square foot Casitas the options explore a wide range of preferences and lifestyles priced at an average of 476 per square foot. Excellent schools and proximity to downtown San Diego encourage those who appreciate privacy privilege and nature.   Search here for Santaluz homes for sale. Meadows Del Mar Boasts Tom Fazio Golf and an Exquisite Resort Environment The joy of arriving home to Meadows Del Mar is the luxury resort feel of the community. Just 134 homesites artfully arranged around the Tom Fazio designed The Grand Del Mar Golf Club and the famed Fairmont Grand Del Mar resort share that sense of place. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 10:

San Diego Relocation Guide Offering views of the fairway the rolling foothills and the Pacific coast Meadows Del Mar residents find solace in nearby Del Mar Mesa and Los Peñaquintos Canyon Preserve. Hiking cycling equestrian trails and beautiful natural features like a freshwater marsh and volcanic rock waterfall are all in close proximity. The average price per square foot is approximately 471 with a median sales price of 2650000. Beautiful custom homes in Tuscan Spanish Mediterranean and Italian styles offer luxury and security and the highly acclaimed Carmel Valley Schools make this an appropriate choice for families. Fairbanks Ranch Gated Estates Embrace a Private Lake Country Club and Equestrian Center Named for acclaimed actor Douglas Fairbanks the film screen actor screenwriter and producer who once owned the expansive estate Fairbanks Ranch continues to attract high profile residents with its elegant custom homes located in Rancho Santa Fe. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 11:

San Diego Relocation Guide 24 hour guard gated security and privacy appeal to the sophisticated family. Fairbanks Ranch students are privileged to attend schools in the Solana Beach School District. Residents also have Montessori and private education options at Horizon Prep Christian Digueno Country School and The Nativity School with plentiful choices in proximity to the community. The average sales price for Fairbanks Ranch real estate in 2016 was 2500000. Search here for Fairbanks Ranch homes for sale. Best Affordable Neighborhoods In San Diego For Families East of highway 15 the best affordable neighborhoods in San Diego for families are Rancho Beranrdo Rancho Penasquitos Scripps Ranch and Poway. Search here for  Rancho Bernardo homes for sale  Rancho Penasquitos homes for sale Scripps Ranch homes for sale and homes for sale in Poway CA. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 12:

San Diego Relocation Guide Best Affordable Places to Live In San Diego Two more affordable communities with ultra high walk scores are the North Park and South Park  neighborhoods of San Diego with reasonable commutes to downtown San Diego and Mission Valley.  The most affordable beach areas are Oceanside Pacific Beach Ocean Beach and Imperial Beach. Even more affordable areas include Clairemont Mira Mesa and UTC/University City.   Click here to search homes for sale North Park San Diego homes for sale South Park San Diego Clairemont homes for sale Mira Mesa homes for sale Downtown San Diego condos for sale Mission Valley condos for sale homes for sale in Oceanside CA Pacific Beach CA homes for sale homes for sale Ocean Beach CA Imperial Beach homes for sale and University City San Diego homes for sale. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 13:

San Diego Relocation Guide Where to Live as a Retiree Solana Beach Whether perched cliffside overlooking the Pacific Ocean tucked into the canyons stunning views or enjoying the lush surroundings of Lomas Santa Fe Country Clubs Golf Course Solana Beach provides the relaxed pace coastal California is known for. Cardiff to the north Del Mar to the south the area is established and well developed. Centered within a two-mile radius often within walkable distance the surf culture from Pillbox to Seaside the calming waves of Fletcher Cove the tide pools at Tide Park Beach and the shopping and dining options of the Cedros Design district offer recreation options. Search here for homes for sale Solana Beach CA and Solana Beach condos for sale. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 14:

San Diego Relocation Guide Del Mar Just north of La Jolla the community of Del Mar is one of southern Californias most beloved locations whether for a weekend or a lifetime. This luxury coastal enclave draws a mix of crowds for its amenities from the terrific surfing opportunities and Torrey Pines State Beach to the racetrack at Del Mar Fairgrounds and the small town feel that pervades the city. Indulgent for its luxury of seclusion yet in proximity to all of the shopping dining and event focused buzz of Los Angeles  Del Mar is appealing to those who prefer to dabble in urban pursuits while enjoying daily walks on the beach coffee with friends and a welcoming neighborhood vibe. Del Mar homes are priced around 812 per square foot posting a 1944000 average price in 2016 maintaining an upscale residential population with gorgeous properties graced with an abundance of luxurious amenities.   Search here for  homes for sale Del Mar CA and condos for sale Del Mar CA. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 15:

San Diego Relocation Guide La Jolla Perfect weather a beautiful coastline and a delicious blend of high culture with beach casual La Jolla is a dream come true for active retirees with a penchant for upscale dining shopping theatre and friends. Just 12 miles from downtown San Diego and the airport this irresistible option also boasts some of the most stunning oceanfront homes imaginable. In addition it borders Torrey Pines State Reserve and the iconic golf course by the same name along with respectable links at the La Jolla Country Club. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 16:

San Diego Relocation Guide Home to the Museum of Contemporary Art the Salk Institute Birch Aquarium and 16 distinctive neighborhoods one is most decidedly perfect for every lifestyle. La Jolla Shores offers beach access and wonderful walkability. Real estate in Lower Hermosa and the WindanSea Beach Beach-Barber Tract area embrace the beach lifestyle for a quaint La Jolla beach house. An average price per square foot of 576 and an average size of 1585 square feet put the median price in the neighborhood of 892000 with priceless views and invaluable amenities just part of the package. There are a large amount of condos and townhomes in the La Jolla 92037 real estate market which have an adverse impact on reflecting average prices.  Search here for La Jolla homes for sale  La Jolla condos for sale La Jolla Village homes for sale and La Jolla Shores homes for sale. Point Loma The rocky reefs and tidepools of Point Lomas coastline make it one of the most interesting beach walks in the world with panoramic views punctuating the end of each day with a remarkable sunset. No soft sandy beaches here for the casual sea bather Point Loma brings a long list of additional activities to the table. From Point Loma Lighthouse to Humphreys Concerts by the Bay and an enticing list of surf breaks for the experienced surf fan Point Loma beckons with its well-groomed cultural side balanced with exciting wild features. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 17:

San Diego Relocation Guide Sport fishing and scuba diving are some of the best in California as is the eclectic shopping and historic architectural detail. Gracious homes with gorgeous views along the ocean and others rimming the stunning inland nature preserve and natural geography earned an average price in 2016 of 519 per square foot. The average home size is approximately 1750 square feet with an average sales price of 950000.  Search here for Point Loma homes for sale and Point Loma condos for sale. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 18:

San Diego Relocation Guide Mission Bay Tucked in between Pacific Beach to the north and the San Diego River to the south Mission Bay is home to lots of waterfront properties with varying types of views along 27 miles of shoreline with 19 miles of sand beach. Calmer warmer waters within the bay are perfect for swimming and water sports. An average price per square foot falls at about 727 with an average sale price of 882000 and an average size of 1216 square feet.  Click here for Mission Bay homes for sale  and Pacific Beach condos for sale. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 19:

San Diego Relocation Guide Coronado An ideal location just across the bridge from downtown San Diego Coronado is an idyllic community blessed with soft white sand beaches of the Silver Strand and gentler water that proves perfect for sailing surfing and simply enjoying the gorgeous surroundings.  Home to the National Historic Landmark Hotel Del Coronado Hotel and the U.S. Naval Air Station North Island this tied island connected to the mainland by the tombolo of sand is a walkable bikeable beachfront community with exceptional shopping and cultural activities along Orange Avenue. Search here for homes for sale in Coronado CA condos for sale Coronado CA Coronado Shores condos for sale and Coronado Cays homes for sale. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 20:

San Diego Relocation Guide Where to Buy a Vacation Home/Second Residence Solana Beach Choosing to spend leisure time in Solana Beach buyers find a second residence or vacation home delivers rich rewards in terms of gorgeous views proximity to shopping dining and cultural events and best of all dozens of ways to enjoy Southern Californias incredible weather. Just 30 minutes from downtown San Diego Solana Beach is also the local train stop for the Coaster and Amtrak trains connecting to Los Angeles in just two hours. it is also tucked up next to Del Mar to the south and Cardiff to the north. Whether you prefer beachy bungalow hillside contemporary or majestic Spanish Mediterranean architecture the mix of options is stunning but inventory can be low so if you find something you like be prepared to lock it in quickly.    Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 21:

San Diego Relocation Guide Del Mar Horse racing fans know that the summer racing season is exciting and busy bringing a bevy of tourists to the area but this idyllic enclave is really more of a family town boasting beach and outdoor activities in a small town environment. Perched cliffside many of homes looking out onto the Pacific Ocean have exceptional views and access to the beach. The slower pace is a welcome change and the consistently blissful weather a reliable perk making Del Mar an excellent choice for a second or third home. Oceanfront properties run anywhere from million-dollar condominium units to 50-million-dollar oceanfront estates with inland prices reflecting a range of options between 1 and 10 million from simple condominium units to historic hilltop enclaves.  Search here for the Del Mar Beach Colony homes for sale. La Jolla A retreat for 1920s Hollywood stars this relaxed beach community collected artists musicians actors and actresses for a brief respite from the buzz of Hollywood in its golden age. Breathing salt air swimming and surfing in the magnificent Pacific Ocean and enjoying creative company continue to reinforce its status as an artistic sanctuary amid luxurious properties with beautiful grounds. With the arrival of the Salk Institute doctors and researchers began to call La Jolla home joined by an intellectual community affiliated with the University of California at San Diego. Today this combination of a stunning natural landscape a rich menu of cultural diversions vibrant nightlife and a small town feel keep property values and ROI quite high in the 92037 zip code. Search here for Bird Rock real estate. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 22:

San Diego Relocation Guide Mission Bay On one side of Mission Bay the restless Atlantic beckons. On the other a calm water playground with marinas waterfront homes shopping dining and lots of entertainment options fills days with adventure and nights with fun. The area seems to be on a perpetual spring break filling each hour with glorious activities along Mission Bays 27 miles of shoreline. Housing prices on the west side of the bay often top 1000 per square foot where properties on the east side can be much lower at half that or less. Proximity to San Diegos city center Sea World and Mission Bay Park make this location convenient for entertaining guests with a wide range of options. Priced just over 1050 per square foot in the Mission Beach area the ambiance convenience and quality prove well worth the price.  Search here for Mission Bay homes for sale and  homes for sale Mission Beach San Diego. Point Loma Convenient to San Diego International Airport Point Loma Nazarene University Fort Rosecrans and U.S. Naval training center with lovely neighborhoods of well-appointed homes Point Loma offers the laid back California lifestyle with good value. Dramatic views of Coronado and downtown San Diego make harbor side homes along Armada Terrace truly stunning. Hilltop homes in central Point Loma locations offer beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean to the west and the harbor to the east. Close to great shopping dining cultural activities and important services the commute to anywhere is short although the view from the most elegant properties is certain to make time spent at home quite pleasant.    Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 23:

San Diego Relocation Guide Coronado If California weather could be made even more perfect Coronado would be the place to find it. With a similar feel to Key Wests most charming neighborhoods this peninsula often mistaken for an island offers an eclectic collection of stylish homes upscale shops exquisite dining and extraordinary cultural events establishing its status as a vacation destination. Owning a second or third home in Coronado delivers an abundance of relaxing inspiring enjoyable days amid the understated luxury of an historic city. With a little patience paired with a connected talented real estate professional the perfect Coronado home will soon be a part of your real estate portfolio.    Cardiff by the Sea Few places in California are blessed with the natural gifts found in Cardiff. Two excellent reefs provide a natural surf break for fine days spent surfing. Large sea kelp beds harbor an abundance of sea life for an exciting day spent diving or snorkeling. The 2.6 miles of walkable beach also presents tide pools teeming with sea creatures making exploration a thoughtful and interesting pastime. It is a divine location for anyone that enjoys spending time in or on the water with a bevy of land activities as well. Biking hiking jogging hang gliding tennis and even fishing are just outside the door. Golf enthusiasts will find the courses at nearby Lomas Santa Fe Executive Golf Course along with dozens of additional options more than just a good walk. For those and a list of other reasons a second or third home in Cardiff will reward buyers with value and luxury tucked in between Encinitas to the north Solana Beach to the south and San Diego just 25 miles away.  Find homes for sale in Cardiff CA. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 24:

San Diego Relocation Guide Carlsbad Spreading gracefully inland from its 7-mile coastline the city of Carlsbad is a brilliant choice for a second or third home gracing residents with a leisurely lifestyle embracing luxurious amenities like the La Costa Gold Medal Golf Resort and Spa glorious flower fields an aquarium hiking trails surfing and access to a host of water sports and activities. The most desirable Carlsbad neighborhoods are Aviara La Costa and Bressi Ranch. While the Carlsbad area price per square foot hovers just above 400 there are many ultra-luxurious hilltop mansions and beach cottages that command high prices for their stunning views and ideal locations. Just 35 miles from downtown San Diego this low key city centered around the Village the Barrio and Old Carlsbad offers a welcome change of pace for the vacationer and discerning second homeowner alike.  Search houses for sale in Carlsbad CA Aviara Carlsbad homes for sale La Costa homes for sale Bressi Ranch homes for sale Carlsbad Village homes for sale Carlsbad beach homes for sale and condos for sale in Carlsbad CA. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 25:

San Diego Relocation Guide Encinitas Surf culture lives here along with classical ballet delightful botanic gardens and historic bastions of the early city of Encinitas. Old Encinitas along highway 101 and its charming welcome arch greet visitors and residents on approach to the tree-lined streets galleries restaurants and unique shopping. Old Encinitas is divided from New Encinitas by a low coastal ridge and rimmed by the Batiquitos and San Elijo Lagoons. The surf break at The Swamis the infamous Surfing Madonna statue and Hansons Surf Shop the oldest and largest in the San Diego area continue to support surfing enthusiasts while inspiring a thriving vibrant beach economy in an historic setting. Divine oceanfront beach homes in some areas and newer construction command a price in excess of 1100 per square foot while inland properties in New Encinitas parts of the Old Village and Old Leucadia can be won for just over 500 per square foot. Find Encinitas homes for sale Encinitas Ranch homes for sale Olivenhain Real Estate For Sale and Encinitas condos for sale. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 26:

San Diego Relocation Guide Education The top school districts in the San Diego area are home to a number of great education options within each district. The top districts San Dieguito Union Poway Unified and Coronado Unified are some of Californias best ranked in the top 20 in the state. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 27:

San Diego Relocation Guide The Top School Districts Overall The best of the best San Diegos stellar educational options can be found in the San Dieguito Union High School District the Poway Unified School District and the Coronado Unified School District. San Dieguito focused solely on middle and high school education accepts students from elementary feeder districts in Cardiff Carmel Del Mar Fairbanks Ranch Rancho Santa Fe and Solana Beach among other areas. Poway with a collection of Blue Ribbon Schools nationally recognized teachers for excellence in their fields and a focus on college and career readiness is a model for academic achievement serving Torrey Highlands Del Sur Rancho Bernardo Rancho Pensaquitos and other communities. Coronado a smaller district with two elementary schools one middle school one high school and the Palm Academy an individual competency-based curriculum recognizing a variety of learning styles. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 28:

San Diego Relocation Guide Public Elementary Schools The top ten elementary schools in the San Diego area are all part of the Poway Unified School District. The top three Adobe Bluffs Del Sur and Park Village serve a number of desirable family oriented communities making them attractive choices for buyers with younger children. The third largest school district in San Diego there are 25 elementary schools one K-8 school six middle schools one continuation high school and five comprehensive high schools. Regularly posting in the high 70th to high 80th percent of students meeting or exceeding test scores in both science and mathematics in most elementary schools children completing their grade school education in the Poway District are well prepared for continued academic success. Public Middle Schools While all of the San Diego area offers a well-rounded middle school education the schools earning top marks include Carmel Valley Middle School in the San Dieguito Union High School District R. Roger Row Middle School in the Rancho Santa Fe School District and Earl Warren Middle School serving both Solana Beach and San Dieguito Union High School Districts. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 29:

San Diego Relocation Guide Public High Schools High school education simply shines in San Diego with great options all around but topping the list are Canyon Crest Academy and Torrey Pines High School in the San Dieguito Union High School District and Westview High School and Del Norte High School in the Poway Unified School District. Canyon Crest located in the North County area is an outstanding student community school of choice allowing any student in the district to apply. If applications exceed available seats a lottery determines acceptance. Leading the pack in academic performance Canyon Crest boasts exceptional student accomplishments in math science music theatre and athletics. Torrey Pines High School has won recognition three times as a National Blue Ribbon School in addition to being named a California Distinguished School. A larger school serving the coastal areas of North County the school earns 1200+ mean SAT scores and 27.5 on the ACT while supporting an excellent athletics program that has received notoriety as the top Cal-Hi Sports State School of the year for the second year in a row. La Costa Canyon High School is also quite competitive in athletics with a rigorous academic curriculum. The school has exceptional facilities embracing a wide range of learning styles including the GATE gifted and talented student program ELD English as a Second Language AP advanced placement courses and Special Education courses. Westview High School offers a broad range of curriculum and an extensive sports menu on a large modern campus. Also receiving national acclaim Del Norte High School sits on a 62-acre state-of-the-art campus on the way to becoming a destination campus. La Jolla High School sends 95 percent of its diverse student body on to college with a well-rounded education earning top national status from U.S. News and World Reports and the first public school chapter of the Cum Laude Society west of the Mississippi. An athletic powerhouse with a long list of titles to their credit Poway High School also offers students an abundance of honors and AP coursework Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 30:

San Diego Relocation Guide The offerings also include a broad range of academic extra-curricular and co-curricular programs many of which take students outside the classroom with an emphasis on technology design and agriculture. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 31:

San Diego Relocation Guide Private Schools Since 1912 the Francis Parker School has provided independent nondenominational coeducational learning for San Diego students from preschool through high school. Elementary middle and high schools are spread across two separate campus layouts and a 10-1 student to faculty ratio ensures each child receives individualized attention. La Jolla Country Day Schooltakes students from their earliest academic activities at age 3 through their high school experience with graduates fully prepared for college and careers. Emphasizing six pillars of character education embraces scholarship artistic expression and athletic performance. Horizon Prep offers students a Christ-centered education from preschool through high school. The classically styled curriculum ensures students are well versed in literature language science mathematics philosophy history and the arts. The Bishops School is also an independent coeducational school for San Diego area students in grades 6-12. Affiliated with the Episcopal Church the school welcomes a broad range of students from diverse backgrounds. The Grauer School located in Encinitas takes an expeditionary hands-on approach to learning for students in grades 6- 12. Community service small class size and even one-on-one classes reinforce important school principles of resourcefulness compassionate and prepared for higher education using the world as their campus. At The Rhoades School K-8 students learn through an inquiry-based constructivist style encouraged by teachers to think critically through experience and the SAMR a substitution augmentation modification redefinition model in continuum with technology. While science and mathematics are essential core curriculum theatre studio and performance arts are all deeply supported through facilities and coursework. For students of preschool age through 8th grade The Childrens School provides a unique progressive hands-on learning experience teaching children not what to learn but rather how to learn dovetailing academic growth with social confidence. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 32:

San Diego Relocation Guide Universities Students have a dozen options for higher education at San Diego area colleges and universities with an additional eight community colleges to choose from. In addition to enriching the fabric of the communities surrounding the universities the students bring cultural economic and social benefits that keep the area vibrant and contemporary. A few of the top options are presented below. Two public universities in the area have earned national rankings on US News and World Reports with the University of California at San Diego ranked at number 44 in national universities and San Diego State University ranked at number 146. UCSD is well regarded with six undergraduate colleges including the acclaimed School of Medicine and Jacobs School of Engineering all with the fabulous backdrop of the Pacific Ocean. San Diego State founded in 1897 has a long history of preparing students for impressive careers from athletics and film to business and aerospace. The University of San Diego a smaller private Catholic institution is committed to educating its students from intellectual physical spiritual social emotional and cultural perspectives. Recognized as a Changemaker campus an honor bestowed on just 36 universities nationwide recognizing their commitment to molding leaders that are responsible ethical and working toward a common good. Their law school is one of the top ten in California and approaching status as one of the top 50 in the nation. Additional California state universities include California State University at San Marcos and the regional campus of Azusa Pacific University. Point Loma Nazarene University is a small Christian university focused on modeling character and encouraging service in the name of faith. With grace as its foundation and excellence demanded of professors and staff Point Loma students have a 90+ per cent acceptance rate to medical dental optometry pharmacy or veterinary schools. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 33:

San Diego Relocation Guide Technical Education Offering diverse programs of study including computers electronics health wellness and instruction in the construction trades as well as Associates Degrees certificates and accreditation San Diegos collection of community colleges and technical schools are valuable resources. Programs are available through Grossmont College MiraCosta College Palomar Community College San Diego City College San Diego Mesa College San Diego Miramar College and Southwestern College all in the greater San Diego area. Health and Hospitals The University of California at San Diego Medical School continues to shine in the national spotlight with their hospitals ranking in the top 50 in the US in 12 specialties by US News and World Reports. In addition there are many excellent physicians in all specialties located in the San Diego metropolitan area with Scripps La Jolla and Scripps Mercy Sharp Memorial Hospital and Sharp Grossmont all delivering excellent reviews. While every individual is different and each situation unique research indicates that these suggestions have delivered a high level of satisfaction to a great many patients over a number of years. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 34:

San Diego Relocation Guide Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 35:

San Diego Relocation Guide Physicians by Specialty Family Medicine: Suraj Arthur Achar MD UC San Diego Health 858 657-8600 Francesca Delgado Adriano MD Kaiser Permanente 800 290-5000 Katherine Helen Balazy MD Kaiser Permanente 800 290-5000 Gilbert Ryan Dominguez MD 9850 Genesee Ave. Suite 810 La Jolla 858 450-1212 Lance C. Fuchs MD Kaiser Permanente 800 290-5000 James Thomas Hay MD North Coast Family Medical Group 760 942-0118 Georgine Nanos Jorgensen MD North Coast Family Medical Group 760 942-0118 Michelle Lynn Look MD San Diego Sports Medicine Family Health Center 619 229-3909 Richard Edward Payne MD North Coast Family Medical Group 760 942- 0118 James Howard Schultz Jr. MD Neighborhood HealthCare 760 520- 8128 Family Medicine: General Surgery: Michael Bouvet MD UC San Diego Health 858 822-6191 Paul V. B. Hyde MD Surgical Associates of La Jolla 858 452-5054 George Griffith Zorn III MD Hillcrest Surgical Medical Group 619 298-9931 Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 36:

San Diego Relocation Guide Internal Medicine: Paul Yousif Abou MD Grossmont Hospital 619 460-1441 Joseph S. Andrews MD Scripps La Jolla Clinic 858 554-7809 Gregory Phillip Babikian MD Scripps Clinic Medical Group 858 764-3100 Stephen M Capon MD Kaiser Permanente 800 290-5000 Joel Charles Diamant MD Scripps La Jolla 858 554-7809 Eduardo Ladislao Grunvald MD UC San Diego Health 858 657-7237 Brian Joseph Lenzkes MD Internal Medicine Associates 619 297-3737 Cynthia Shannon Lin MD Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group 858 499-2263 Raymond Gerard Pigeon MD Internal Medicine Associates 619 297-3737 Brent Eugene Rathbun MD Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group 858 499-2708 Amelia Sani MD UC San Diego Health 619 471-9250 Jonathan Siegel MD Kaiser Permanente 800 290- 5000 Jonathan G. Yee MD Kaiser Permanente 800 290-5000 Obstetrics and Gynecology: Robert A Barmeyer MD Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group 858 939-6591 Wendy Marilyn Buchi MD IGO Medical Group 858 455-7520 Shahram Sean Daneshmand MD San Diego Perinatal Center 858 966-6710 Keerti Gurushanthaiah MD IGO Medical Group 858 455-7520 Colleen Patricia McNally MD Womens Health Care in San Diego 858 292-7200 Charles William Nager MD UC San Diego Health 619 543-6390 Ophthalmology: Kuljinder Singh Grewal MD Kuljinder Grewal MD 619 644-1400 Tommy Korn MD FACS Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group 858 939-5400 Mark David Smith MD San Diego Retina Associates 858 609-7100 Nicholas Anton Zubyk MD 3405 Kenyon St. Ste 513 San Diego 619 226-1877 Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 37:

San Diego Relocation Guide Orthopedic Surgery Henry George Chambers MD Rady Childrens Specialists of San Diego 858 966-6789 Steven Robert Garfin MD UC San Diego Health 858 657- 8200 Peter Owen Newton MD Rady Childrens Specialists of San Diego 858 966-6789 Alexandra Kay Schwartz MD UC San Diego Health 619 543-6312 Pediatrics: Abraham Edwin Broudy MD Childrens Primary Care Medical Group 619 656-3040 Stuart A. Cohen MD MPH Childrens Primary Care Medical Group 619 265-3400 Rita J Feghali MD Kaiser Permanente 800 290- 5000 Jamie Berman Friedman MD Childrens Primary Care Medical Group 858 924-1960 Shakha Vora Gillin MD Coast Pediatrics Del Mar 858 794- 7337 John Abraham Kafka MD Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group 858 499-2701 Leonard Michael Kornreich MD Childrens Primary Care Medical Group 619 426-7910 Bretten Drake Pickering MD UC San Diego Health 858 496-4800 O. Douglas Wilson MD UCSD Pediatric Associates 858 496-4800 Plastic Surgery: Scott Walter Barttelbort MD 9850 Genesee Ave Ste 730 La Jolla 858 623-9394 Gilbert Wesley Lee MD Changes Plastic Surgery 858 720-1440 Salvatore John Pacella MD Scripps Clinic Medical Group 858 554-9930 Anne Marie Wallace MD UC San Diego Health 858 822-6193 Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 38:

San Diego Relocation Guide Sports Medicine: David Emil Joseph Bazzo MD UC San Diego Health 619 543-6770 Lee Patrick Ralph MD San Diego Sports Medicine and Family Health Center 619 229-3909 Benjamin Ray Saben MD Sharp Rees-Sealy Medical Group 858 499-2714 Sarah Lynn Schuler MD Kaiser Permanente 800 290-5000 Kenneth Samuel Taylor MD UC San Diego Health 858 657-8600 Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 39:

San Diego Relocation Guide Dentists by Specialty General Dentistry Soraya Bouzida DDS Torrey Hills Family Dentistry 858 481-0080 Daniel T. Collado DDS Carmel Ranch Dental Care 858 487-6453 Russell E. Haag DDS First Impressions Dental 858 278-8434 Sarah J. Jebreil DDS Diamond Dental Studio Pear William Karlsgodt DDS 619 464-3191 Janette Larsen DDS Xceptional Dental 619 224-6767 Joseph Maldonado DDS 619 280-7362 Irmina Bautista Martinez DDS Dental Care of Oceanside 740 439-2626 Randolph Preston Mills DDS El Cajon 619 442-6100 Michael L. Myers DDS Encinitas 790 942-1171 Robert A. Randolph Randolph Dental Practice Solana Beach 858755-8001 David A. Sabourin DDS Ximed Medical Center La Jolla 858 401-7090 Kellen Mariko Tadano DDS Carlsbad 760 720-2200 Lynne Dee Thomas DDS Poway 858451- 3110 Dale R. Trudeau DDS Del Mar Family Dentistry Del Mar 858 755- 9775 Endodontics Damon John Westwood DDS 858 866-0696 Daniel T. Collado DDS Carmel Ranch Dental Care 858 487-6453 Brian T. Quesnell DDS Mission Hills Endodontics 619 295-3456 Erol S. Apaydin DDS Poway Endodontics 858-451-2050 Michael D. Brown DDS Tri City Micro Endodontics 760 726- 3973 Randy William Garland DDS Garland Endodontics 760944-0048 Kevin S. Herold DDS Torrey Pines Micro Endodontics 858626-8155 Jeffrey Michael Javelet DDS Javelet Endodontics 858 454-0366 Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 40:

San Diego Relocation Guide Orthodontics Will A. Andrews DDS Point Loma Orthodontics 619 224-8286 Anton J. Bisbas DDS Anton J. Bisbas Orthodontics Carmel Valley/Del Mar 858755-5363 Daniel T. Collado DDS Carmel Ranch Dental Care 858 487- 6453 Nader Ehsani DDS Elite Orthodontics 858 277-8080 Kirsten Marie Fenn DDS Fenn Orthodontics 619 444-1181 Cynthia Lee Jackson DDS Alpine Orthodontics 619 445-8883 Christopher Maulik DDS Scripps Poway Orthodontics 858 527-0091 Cosmetic/Restorative Dentistry Andrew De Meyer DDS Mission Boulevard Dental Group 858 483-6851 David Eshom DDS 858 732-3133 Kriston Gallipeau DDS Bankers Hill Dental 619234-5377 Kiyan Mehdizadeh DDS Floss Implant Cosmetic Restorative Dentistry Jacob Russell DDS 858 459 4113 Dr. Ernest C. Wong DDS MS 858 587 2828 Dr. Arash Qadeer DDS Mesa Dental 858 877- 9540 Hospitals University of California San Diego Health San Diego 858 657-7000 Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla La Jolla 858 626-4123 Sharp Memorial Hospital San Diego 858 939-3400 Scripps Mercy Hospital San Diego 619 294-8111 Sharp Grossmont Hospital La Mesa 619 740-6000 Alvarado Hospital Medical Center San Diego 619 287-3270 Palomar Medical Center Escondido 442 281-5000 Rady Childrens Hospital San Diego 858 576- 1700 Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 41:

San Diego Relocation Guide Dining Shopping and Entertainment Restaurants Spectacular regional cuisine influenced by San Diegos proximity to Mexico is the focus of some of the areas most popular dining establishments. The abundant options offer some true gems like Bracero Cocina de Raiz where James Beard nominee Chef Javier Plascensia proudly serves heritage cuisine. El Agave located near Old Town San Diego is a masters touch gastronomically speaking embellished with a fine rare tequila collection.  A quick Mexican food fix awaits at Carnitas Snack Shack offering selections like house made guacamole and chips to carnitas tacos or tortas and a fistful of sandwiches.  Located both in North Park as well as the newer spot downtown both are busily serving up delicious innovative Mexican fare. In step with hyper- seasonal cuisine influenced by Alice Waters style local farm to table dining Market Restaurant + Bar has proven extremely popular with San Diegans. Exceptional produce paired with fabulously fresh seafood and Executive Chef Carl Schroeders vision make this a great choice for a wide variety of palates.  For a notable meal under the Michelin stars the impeccable setting for a grand culinary adventure at William Bradleys Addison in Del Mar never disappoints. Beautifully presented masterfully prepared and creative in every sense of the word the Chefs Tasting Menu and the Four Course Menu both offer surprise satisfaction and luxury.  Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 42:

San Diego Relocation Guide If French cuisine inspires dining at the fabulous Mister As with Bertrand Hug and Chef Stephane Voitzwinker is a must. Divine views of Downtown San Diego across the bay from this perfect perch on the 11th floor of the 5th Avenue Financial Center dovetail nicely with the intense flavors from the hand of a skilled master. No flip flops or beach attire here host Bertrand requests complying with a more formal dress code worth the effort to enjoy one of the toughest reservations in the city.  California casual is the mode of the day at Georges at the Cove in La Jolla. Modern cuisine prepared with superior locally grown or harvested products when possible make up the season-driven menu options Clever and surprising preparation and presentation mark the establishment with a fine dining exclamation point offering craft cocktails served at Level2 and rooftop dining on the Ocean Terrace.  Humility is the mission of owner and chef Ken Irvine at the acclaimed Bleu Bohème an eclectic French-influenced eatery in the Kensington area of San Diego on the southeastern edge of the Mission Valley. Whether seeking bohemian left bank fare or an exquisitely prepared Coquilles St. Jacques this is the place for relaxed understated fine dining in a hip urban neighborhood.  Japanese cuisine is well-represented in San Diego with over 2000 5 star reviews on Yelp Sushi Ota is located in an unassuming strip mall on Mission Bay Dr in Pacific Beach. Even on a typical weekday evening you will need reservations.  Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 43:

San Diego Relocation Guide Lastly San Diego has a confession to make. It has a sweet tooth and there is only one way to satisfy the craving: a trip to Extraordinary Desserts. The delightful morning pastries cupcakes tortes cookies ice creams and candy bars might be enough but they have spoiled us rotten by indulging our savory side with incredible lunch and dinner menus. It is safe to say that the city is quite grateful for the indulgence. Grocery Whole Foods Market one of the earliest national healthy food grocers has three locations in San Diego reaching from downtown on University Avenue to La Jolla and Del Mar. The stores are known for their organic produce unique product offerings and exceptional deli and prepared food counters all aimed at a healthy lifestyle.  Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 44:

San Diego Relocation Guide Starting from a few convenience stores in the 1950s Trader Joes has grown to a large national chain boasting high demand for its unique collection of products and pricing placing an emphasis on value. San Diegans love the fact that Trader Joes is accessible throughout the area with eight stores between Oceanside and La Jolla to the north and six stores in central San Diego areas with one located to the south in Chula Vista. Wherever you go there they are with a long list of favorite products great value wines and nice prices. Sprouts Farmers Market now has stores from Pacific Beach to Black Mountain Ranch eight in all serving the San Diego area. Produce bins bulk foods meat seafood and deli counters dairy cases bakeries beer wine and health and body care all benefit from Sprouts review before becoming available in stores with strong loyalties building for their own branded products. Embracing the trend toward locally grown foods and products the Liberty Public Market puts San Diegos artisans on display seven days a week in a rustic industrial modern setting. Foods beer wine desserts pastries pastas arts and crafts test kitchens and pop-up diners all join in the effort creating a vibrant mix of cultures flavors and experiences in this exciting new concept. In Oceanside and also in Vista Village just east of Tri-City Frazier Farms Natural Grocery is a small family owned chain of two stores delivering certified natural grown beef beautiful produce and scrumptious sandwiches from the deli all at a fairly valued price for their high quality. Providing superb sips and luxurious cheese pairings Venissimo offers both in abundance from five locations stretching from central San Diego to Mission Hills and Del Mar. Italian food products from meat and poultry to produce grocery wine and deli items are in full supply from the Olive Tree Marketplace in Ocean Beach. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 45:

San Diego Relocation Guide Live Music and Theater The San Diego Symphony Orchestra established in 1910 carries more than a century of history as one of the finest organizations on the west coast. A top tier orchestra performing 140 concerts each year music ranges from Theatre Film Series Family Concert Series Classical and Chamber Music. The new Bayside Summer Nights Concerts have scheduled a series of great music events including a Star Spangled Pops New Orleans Jazz a Tchaikovsky Spectacular Ravels Bolero and special guests ranging from stars like Boz Scaggs and Sergio Mendez to Angelique Kidjo Herb Alpert and Wynonna Judd. If celebration of the human voice is a priority the San Diego Opera brings classic scores to life with performances like Cinderella La Traviata and Falstaff on the main stage at San Diego Civic Theatre and additional Shiley dētour Series special performances at the Balboa Theatre. Both theatres offer a variety of events from the San Diego Ballet Broadway plays iconic films and concert performances. Describing themselves as "A permanent safe harbor for the unsafe and surprising" the La Jolla Playhouse is a not-for-profit professional theatre in residence. From its location on the campus of the University of San Diego the playhouse has more than 75 world premieres 44 commissions and more than 300 honors including 35 Tony Awards for 26 productions that eventually moved to Broadway all to its credit. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 46:

San Diego Relocation Guide DJs/Clubs If its a DJ or a little dancing that appeals Fluxx Omnia and Onyx all offer light bright and vibrant evening plans. For something chic and boutique the Oxford Social Club at Pendry San Diego brings 5th Avenue swank through the doors inviting guests to sip carefully crafted cocktails in an upscale affluent club space. Celebrity parties and impromptu pop-up performances attracting some of the industrys famous players enhance the experience with a dance floor thats as carefree as the California lifestyle. Clubs within hotels restaurants and tucked into unique spaces in San Diego are nothing short of fabulous with great options in Float at the Hard Rock Hotel Club M at the Fairmont Grand and Noble Experiment in The Neighborhood speakeasy restaurant. Combination clubs that do triple duty like The Tipsy Crow with a main level prohibition-era bar the Underground featuring the Gaslamp Comedy Shows and live music and the Nest lounge prove versatile and engaging. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 47:

San Diego Relocation Guide Special Events The Del Mar Race Track runs from July through September. Whale watching in San Diego supports a year-round calendar.  The Farmers Insurance Open Golf Tournament brings the PGA to town around the end of January. All three are events worth attending whether coming from across the street or across the country. Just so you know The Farmers Insurance Open Golf Tournament an annual date on the PGA Tour is hosted in January or February each year at the Torrey Pines Golf Course set atop cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Two 18-hole courses compose one of the most picturesque golf clubs in the country at this accessible public facility.    Additional events worth considering include Restaurant Week every January Museum Month in February the Crew Classic Regatta in April the Rock and Roll Marathon and the County Fair in June The Big Bay Boom in July San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival in November and December Nights holiday celebration performances all of which continue to fill up the calendar with high quality events. Additional events worth considering include Restaurant Week every January Museum Month in February the Crew Classic Regatta in April the Rock and Roll Marathon and the County Fair in June The Big Bay Boom in July San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival in November and December Nights holiday celebration performances all of which continue to fill up the calendar with high quality events. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 48:

San Diego Relocation Guide Museums run a delightful gamut in San Diego with the expected Museum of Art Natural History Museum and Childrens Discovery Museum all more than worthy of a day trip but the list becomes quite eclectic and very interesting upon further investigation. Favorites of both visitors and residents alike include the USS Midway Museum at Navy Pier The Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institute of Oceanography the Roynon Museum of Earth Science and Paleontology the Air Space Museum and the Maritime Museum to name a few. The San Diego Museum of Art in Balboa Park is home to an extensive permanent collection of fine art sculpture and photography in addition to a continually evolving special exhibition calendar. Programs include tours lectures music films and art-centered parties events and workshops welcoming San Diegans to join in the celebration. The San Diego Museum of Natural History nicknamed NAT and also located in Balboa Park is a resource for anything related to the natural environment including whale watching camps hikes and lectures. Deeply focused exhibits with information about water fossils skulls and a range of California habitats are supported by educational programs revealing the secrets of some of the areas most interesting flora and fauna. The USS Midway Museum pays homage to the distinguished U.S. Naval Aircraft Carrier that worked to protect our country for 47 years from the end of WWII through the liberation of Kuwait in 1991. Located in downtown San Diego at Navy Pier the museum is probably most recognized by the iconic oversized statue of a sailor embracing a nurse in celebration of the end of WWII. Museums and Galleries Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 49:

San Diego Relocation Guide Spas and Recreation The Morgan Run Golf Club Resort in Rancho Santa Fe is laid out with a 27-hole championship golf course a 320-yard driving range short game practice facilities 11 lighted hard surface tennis courts a lap lane pool with splash pad for kids and a hot tub for adults. The club also offers Pilates Reformer group fitness personal trainers and nutrition counseling. Dine with a big view of the golf course at 28 West or grab a snack and a cold beverage in the Littler Lounge.  With a full menu of golf tennis social and family activities Fairbanks Ranch Country Club invites members and their guests to enjoy the stylish recreational facilities in addition to its excellent food and wine program. Some homeowners may find membership to the club included in fees paid to the HOA. The Ted Robinson Sr. course design embraces three nine-hole courses based on three themes: Lake Valley and Ocean. A hole-by-hole play guide on the website is a great way to prepare for play at this challenging course with five tee areas.   A Johnny Miller and Robert Muir Graves design San Diegos Maderas Golf Club has earned top honors in San Diego from Zagat Survey for seven years in a row for its challenge and beauty. The Grille a handsome sandwich and beverage bar offers refreshment after a day of play. One of the few courses to have adopted the new golf board ride the course like never before with this novel way to "surf the earth" while navigating the holes. Golf Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 50:

San Diego Relocation Guide Voted a top short course by Golf Range Magazine the William Bell designed Lomas Santa Fe Executive Golf Course in Solana Beach does more than golf on a stylish note. Tennis swimming and fitness all factor into the beautiful clubhouse social scene paving the way for a complete day-into-night lifestyle in an elegant setting with friends and family. Santaluz Clubs Rees Jones designed golf course is only matched by the exquisite lighted tennis courts surrounded by lush elevated viewing terraces. Exhilarating sports days are then eased by a trip to the clubhouse and spa for rejuvenating massage treatments and an exceptional repast.  Richly appointed locker rooms and a well-stocked pro shop deliver everything required for an enjoyable day on the course or on the courts Equestrian Centers San Diego is perfect horse country but finding just the right fit for your own personal horses to board or to learn the fine art of riding can be a challenge. Just south of Fairbanks Ranch Rancho El Camino Equestrian center has six arenas two barns and two round pens offering boarding training and lessons with experienced professional trainers for both adults and children. Mark Conley of the Concord Equestrian Center in Del Mar puts concerns to rest with 39 years of experience and natural method of training hunt seat equitation and classical English riding techniques. Emily Lasher Dressage in Poway is an exceptional training facility that inspires trust and willingness to enjoy trail riding eventing jumping reining and skijoring for riders of all ages. For those with a competitive spirit San Diego Polo maintains outdoor natural turf fields exercise track polo training school and an outdoor lighted area. On 80 acres tucked into Rancho Santa Fe just to the east of Del Mar the facilities offer stables for 200 horses arena polo in addition to the grass playing fields and an exciting season of matches and events. Equine Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 51:

San Diego Relocation Guide One of the top five clubs in the nation and recognized by the Club Leadership Forum as one of the finest of its kind in the world the San Diego Yacht Club has been in operation since 1886 with its members earning major world and national championships. From the Lipton Cup to the Americas Cup and the Olympics to Junior Regatta champions this club boasts an accomplished membership and is duly outfitted with a library heated outdoor pool tennis courts fitness center and pro shop. At Coronado Cays Yacht Club just off Silver Strand Boulevard the location is ideal as homeowners can keep boats at private docks at personal homes throughout the community. A social as well as a sailing club the restaurant is a preferred meeting place for many members who live nearby. Yachting Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 52:

San Diego Relocation Guide The beach house spa at LAuberge Del Mar is one of the top 25 spas in the U.S. according to Condé Nast Traveler. A peek at the gorgeous view of the ocean from the spa location is part of the reason the remainder attributable to the luxurious treatment rooms ocean-inspired products and rituals and replenishing mani-pedi services that polish to perfection. Rancho Valencia Resort and Spa located in Rancho Santa Fe is a luxurious respite of massages facials and body treatments with options to take yoga spin or Pilates classes with top-tier instructors. Surrounded by lavish gardens and olive groves the spa calls upon herbs flowers oils and minerals to refresh the body and clear the mind. On site activities include cycling a variety of court sports croquet bocce and tennis with all of San Diegos beaches golf courses and events nearby. The Spa at Omni La Costa has been rejuvenating guests since 1965 in its 43000-square-foot sanctuary. Outdoor Roman waterfalls reflexology walk tropical gardens graced with bowers of Birds of Paradise a Chopra Center and Spa Café add to the ambiance. The Spa at Fairmont Grand Del Mar has the distinction of five stars in addition to wet and dry saunas adults only relaxation pool fitness center and classes indoor whirlpools and a full menu of beauty services from Haim Salon in addition to signature spa treatments. The spa features 11 treatment rooms and a posh couples room with thick thirsty terry robes separate mens and womens lounges a Co- ed lounge and spa boutique stocking private label botanicals and aromatherapy wellness products. For a seaside spa experience the Spa at the Del in Hotel del Coronado provides treatments inspired by the rhythm of the ocean waves below. Choose from Mom Me special occasion pampering and Vitamin Sea Facials to Gentlemans Sports Pedicure or The Works head to toe treatment. Day and Destination Spas   Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 53:

San Diego Relocation Guide Knowing the best hotels in San Diego will be important to ensuring a pleasant stay with every visit before becoming a homeowner for your own benefit as well as after as a recommendation for guests. With a range of luxurious choices Aumann Bender Associates is pleased to present the most elegant luxurious well located accommodations for your consideration. Warm and welcoming the charming old-world Mediterranean estate at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar is surrounded by the lush grounds of the Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve. Echoing the palatial retreats of sunny Spain and the Côte dAzur the Addison Mizner/Palm Beach styled architecture houses 249 luxurious rooms and boasts an extensive list of amenities including a championship golf course and award-winning spa.  World class amenities and eight swimming pools grace the grounds at La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad. Two championship golf courses 17 hard and clay tennis courts state-of-the-art athletic club an award winning spa rated 1 for wellness and the world headquarters of The Chopra Center serve the resorts 600 posh rooms suites and villas. A luxury destination hotel property with impressive credentials LAuberge Del Mar describes itself as "relaxing by day stylish by night." Four unique on-property dining options offer a repast for every mood. Rooms with a variety of gorgeous views invite guests to sleep with the windows open. Close to the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club Racetrack the polo fields the botanic gardens Encinitas tide pools the zoo the aquarium Legoland and Balboa Park itineraries fill quickly with engaging activities.  Hotels Resorts and Inns Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 54:

San Diego Relocation Guide For an exceptional stay in a superior modern hotel that faithfully represents a long history the Grande Colonial Hotel La Jolla offers the sophisticated guest an outstanding choice. Consistently acknowledged with the AAA Four Diamond Award the Grand Colonials pleasing views of the Pacific La Jolla Village and the verdant garden courtyard are embellished with Serta iComfort Eurotop mattresses complimentary access to high-speed internet HD TV with HBO and Digital News Services. Plush robes and Gilchrist Soames for bath and body complete the experience.    Beaches Everyone has their favorite beaches for different reasons. Understanding that there are many things to do at the beach the Aumann Bender Associates guide to the best for each category is a good introduction to the the optimum land-meets-sea destination. Surf beaches are many but so are surfers. For up to the minute conditions check the surf reports to choose the right spot. Cardiff Reef is good for intermediate to advanced surfers and attracts lots of longboards and stand up paddleboards. An easy reef break with year round surf 15th Street just off of Seagrove Park is good for beginners to intermediates. Nature and Wildlife   Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 55:

San Diego Relocation Guide Scripps Pier in La Jolla with breaks on both sides offers intermediate to advanced surfers the opportunity to test the waters. Ocean Beach has been accused of having a retro vibe but it remains popular especially at the Avalanche break. A good beach for families Moonlight State Beach in Encinitas earned its name way back at the turn of the 20th century when beachgoers would head there for midnight picnics. Today access is restricted to daylight hours but lots of fun happens between dawn and sunset. A great family beach Moonlight has designated surfing and swimming areas with volleyball and tennis courts at the ready. The beach also holds summer concerts.  Coronado Beach rated highly on the national list by Dr. Beach is also a family friendly choice with lots of restaurants nearby. Snorkel and scuba through a beautiful aquamarine bay filled with colorful Garibaldi fish and other marine creatures at La Jolla Cove. The beach may be small but it is stunningly beautiful bookended by sandstone cliffs. With visibility often at 30 feet deep and reliably small surf the area is protected and watched over by lifeguards making it safe and serene. Childrens Pool is a similar beach partially wrapped by a seawall making it a favorite of divers and snorkelers. By far the best beach for a crowd is Mission Beach located at the center of the Golden Strand. The mile-long beach is next to Belmont Park and has permanent lifeguard station patrols. Pacific Beach also gathers large crowds and is also patrolled by lifeguards collecting similar crowds making for great people-watching. The best beach for dogs is located at the north end of Ocean Beach inviting pets to roam the sand 24 hours a day. Standard laws apply with regard to clean up but dogs can run free and enjoy the surf along with other four-legged visitors and their owners. For a backyard locals only type experience La Jollas Marine Street Beach offers a quiet respite. White sand beautiful mansions and low key crowds can be accessed via the Vista de Playa cul-de-sac at the south end of the beach at Marine Street and Sea Lane. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 56:

San Diego Relocation Guide The San Diego Botanical Gardens not only shows off the local flora but also that of dozens of other warm weather locations around the world. Offering classes events art exhibits bird watching tours and travel opportunities the community is educated and inspired by this peaceful sanctuary in the city. Located in Balboa Park the Japanese Friendship Garden is 12 acres of koi ponds cherry trees large azaleas camellias and water features framing the Inamori Pavilion a state of the art building constructed in the Japanese Sukiya style. An immersive experience that delivers visitors to a simpler time the garden introduces the simplicity serenity and beautiful aesthetics of ancient Japanese culture. Parks   The nations largest urban cultural park home to 15 museums performing arts venues the San Diego Zoo and a clutch of gorgeous gardens Balboa Park is planted with 1200 acres of beautiful plants and flowers. Convenient to downtown San Diego the park also has a visitor center stocked with helpful maps audio tours transportation information and dining ideas. Set on 7220 acres of hills valleys and open spaces Mission Trails Regional Park is just eight minutes north of downtown San Diego. One of the largest urban parks in the US visitors enjoy boating on Lake Murray hiking on 60 miles of trails and camping at Kumeyaay Lake. The largest aquatic park of its type in the country Mission Bay Park has 27 miles of shoreline attached to 4200 acres of land and water park area. Boat docks launches sail and motor boat rental biking and walking paths basketball courts and childrens playgrounds are available. Gardens                Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 57:

San Diego Relocation Guide Seasons  Some may think that San Diego graced with near perfect temperatures all year might not experience a change of season. While our seasons are not quite as dramatic visually as those in cold weather locations there are subtle differences that change with the calendar. While our temperatures are always pleasant May and June bring less variation from low to high sometimes overlaying inland areas with a misty fog. Not to worry however as there are 146 sunny days on average with less than 12 inches of rainfall annually usually arriving in the cooler part of the year from December through March. Occurring about ten or so days a year between September and February hot dry winds called the Santa Ana occur inland and in mountain passes and canyons. Gusting as high as 100 mph they can reduce humidity to a single digit. Aside from the weather map San Diego has a few additional seasons that are important to know about. For some of our trophy game fish it is always fishing season but for others there are definite no catch dates. A watchful eye on the fishing season calendar can help avoid any issues. There is also racing season with reference to Del Mar Thoroughbred Clubs annual schedule usually from mid-July through the beginning of September. Then theres the delightful San Diego Polo season running from April 1 through October 1 with a number of matches club chukkers and social events that benefit various charitable organizations. Fortunately the enviable California lifestyle prevalent throughout San Diego spans all seasons ensuring a pleasant place to live work and play 365 days each year. Aumann Bender Associates welcomes you to this blissful existence and looks forward to assisting your search for the perfect home. Welcome to the rich diverse extraordinary world that is San Diego. Tips For Moving To San Diego

slide 58:

San Diego Relocation Guide Need More Information as a buyer in San Diego If you’re having thoughts of buying or selling in San Diego please do not hesitate to contact Aumann Bender Associates with any questions or to begin your househunting process. We look forward to hearing from you and welcome the opportunity to help you find the home that best suits the needs of you and your family.  Let us guide you home Tips For Moving To San Diego

authorStream Live Help