- 3 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- Sleeps 6
Description from the owner
Come and spend your vacation on the top two floors of this stunning and romantic historical Spanish home, minutes from the airport and San Diego's top attractions, with panoramic views of the Pacific. Beautiful original light fixtures, stained glass, diamond pattern grilles, hardwood flooring, tile roofing and iron railings set the tone for this romantic home. The newly remodeled kitchen retains the original character of the home, but provide modern touches. A large patio and lovely garden in the back of the house is the perfect spot for entertaining and enjoying the Sea World fire works during the summer.
Centrally located in beautiful...Read more
Spectacular Ocean Sunset Views
San Diego, California
Additional Location Information
Point Loma is a seaside community within the city of San Diego, California. It is bordered on the west and south by the Pacific Ocean, the east by the San Diego Bay and Old Town and the north by the San Diego River. Together with the Silver Strand / Coronado peninsula, the Point Loma peninsula defines San Diego Bay and separates it from the Pacific Ocean. Point Loma is historically important as the landing place of the first European expedition to come ashore in present-day California. The peninsula has been described as "where California began".
Explore the distinct neighborhoods of Point Loma, from Point Loma Village to Liberty Station, site of the former Naval Training Center in San Diego or get on to the I-5 or Pacific Coast Highway and explore further afield. Check out Shelter Island's hotels, restaurants, marinas, and public parkland or head over to the ritzy La Playa beaches and take a look at some of the most expensive homes in San Diego. Or head over to the Sunset Cliffs neighborhood on the west side, above the ocean bluffs, known for its gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean. You must see the best known landmark in Point Loma - the Old Point Loma lighthouse, located within the Cabrillo National Monument, named after Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo, the first European explorer to see San Diego Bay. The lighthouse is an icon occasionally used to represent the entire city of San Diego. Perched atop the southern point that creates the entrance of the bay with Coronado, the small, two story lighthouse was completed in 1854 and first lit on November 15, 1855 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
If you want a memorable day at a beach steeped in history, head over to Ocean Beach located on the northwest corner of the Point Loma peninsula, where the San Diego River flows into the ocean. Surfing was introduced to San Diego here in 1916 when a local lifeguard borrowed a board from Duke Kahanamoku. In April, the Day at the Docks festival highlights Point Loma’s sport fishing industry. The Festa do Espirito Santo, or Feast of the Holy Spirit, is a religious festival put on by Point Loma’s large Portuguese community. It has been staged annually since 1910 and is San Diego’s oldest ethnic tradition.
From June through September, nationally known musicians and comedians perform at an outdoor concert venue on Shelter Island. A free outdoor concert series features local musicians on five Friday evenings in a local park each summer. In October don't miss the Cabrillo Festival, a weekend-long commemoration of the landing of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in Point Loma in 1542.
If you are planning a Christmas vacation in San Diego then check out the neighborhood Christmas decorations. Several blocks of Garrison Street near Chatsworth are particularly well known for elaborate decorations and there is also a neighborhood-wide lighting of luminarias on Christmas Eve in the Plumosa Park area, again a few minutes walk from your vacation home. On two Sundays in December there is a Parade of Lights, with brightly decorated boats sailing on the Bay to be viewed from the shoreline.
If golf is your passion, check out one of the most historic and oldest golf clubs in San Diego County. At Sail Ho Golf Club, a rich history reaches back to the 1920's when the course was built by A. G. Spalding of famed Spalding Sports. Located at the north end of Liberty Station, the Sail Ho Golf Club features redesigned fairways, greens and practice facilities by renowned San Diego architect Cary Bickler. Sail Ho also offers a new clubhouse, featuring a pro-shop with all the amenities, breakfast and lunch menus at The Sail Ho Bar & Grill that is a full service bar. Alternatively, head to Balboa Golf Course, and enjoy the spectacular views of the city while you golf.
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Beach or lakeside relaxation, City vacations
Last updated on September 16, 2014
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- Tax rate | 11.05% of rent
- Damage deposit | $500
- Cleaning fee | $200 per stay
Additional notes from the owner
The three bedrooms are equipped as follows: On the upper floor one of the three bedrooms has a queen size bed and the remaining two bedrooms have 2 twin beds each which can be clamped together to make an almost king-size bed.
- Clothes Dryer
- Central heating
- Linens Provided
- Washing Machine
- Ceiling Fans
- Housekeeping Optional
- Towels Provided
- Ocean or water views
- Stove or Oven
- DVD Player
- Satellite or cable TV
- Outdoor Dining Area
- Pet friendly - ask
- Smoking allowed - no
- Suitable for children - yes
- Suitable for the elderly - ask
- Wheelchair accessible - no
- 2000 square feet