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The Village is a Picturesque, Relaxed Beach Town just minutes from Downtown San Diego. 

Coronado Village is a quaint beach town just minutes from downtown San Diego.

Coronado Village also known as 'Coronado Island' is located across the infamous San Diego- Coronado Bridge from Downtown San Diego. Coronado is surrounded by water from the San Diego Bay on one side as well as the Pacific Ocean on the other. The Village has a small town feel that is combined with sophistication and luxury living. Very well known for its top ranking Coronado Beach, resorts and enticing year-round mild climates.

 

 

Coronado, CA is rich in historical areas, natural beauty and offers an alluring beach village atmosphere. The Village provides a rich quality of residential lifestyle where there is a thriving business center, several local amenities and a highly ranked school system. Orange Avenue, located in the heart of the Village, offers great local boutique shops, fine restaurants and relaxing coffee/tea shops. To find some of the most charming galleries, eateries, markets and some of the most excellent views of downtown San Diego, visit the Coronado Ferry Landing in the Bay Front area. Locals and tourists agree that The Village offers the best combination of relaxed seaside living as well as the accommodation of nearby city amenities.

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Seek the quiet tree lined streets and friendly neighborhoods of the Village and you will soon discover an inclusive collection of architectural home trends from Victorian cottages and Spanish villas to modern styled mansions. If you are looking for additional housing options, the Village offers everything from alluring craftsman townhomes in the heart of the community to larger multi-level condo building complexes to elegant ocean-front estate properties. No matter what you are searching for in the heart of the Village you will not be disappointed when looking for a new home!

 

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CORONADO VILLAGE Condo for sale : 2 bedrooms : 333 Orange Ave #24 in Coronado

333 Orange Ave #24 Coronado CORONADO VILLAGE

Main Photo: CORONADO VILLAGE Condo for sale : 2 bedrooms : 333 Orange Ave #24 in Coronado
$720,000
Prop. Type:
Residential
MLS® Num:
190007034
Status:
Active
Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
2
Year Built:
1973
Welcome to this beautifully Coronado Village condominium. This 2 Bedroom 2 Bath split floor plan has been fully renovated with permits featuring a completely new kitchen, all new bathrooms, new flooring throughout, dual pane vinyl windows, freshly painted interior, and lots of natural light. Centrally located and within walking distance to Spreckels Park, library, grocery stores, restaurants and schools. Hurry and make this home yours.
Total Floor Area:
Switch units of measure1,087 sq. ft.
Price Per SqFt:
662.37
Lot Size:
0 (Common Interest)
Lot Size:
Switch units of measure0.93 acre(s)
Total Bedrooms:
2
Optional Bedrooms:
0
Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
2.0
Full Bathrooms:
2
Half Bathrooms:
0
Residential Style:
All Other Attached
Stories:
1 Story
Num Stories:
4
Total Stories:
1
Entry Level Unit:
2
Year Built:
1973
Number of Units in Building:
48
Number of Units in Complex:
48
Total Parking Spaces:
1
Market Area:
South Bay
County:
San Diego
Community:
CORONADO VILLAGE
Neighborhood Code:
Village
Name of Complex/Subdivision:
Commodore
Home Owner Fees:
400.0
Home Owner Fees Include:
Common Area Maintenance
Home Owner Fees Frequency:
Monthly
Home Owner Total Fees:
4800.0
Mello Roos Fee:
0.0
Other Fees:
0.0
Monthly Total Fees:
400.0
Terms:
Cash, Conventional
3rd Street
Floor
Type
Dimensions
Other
-
Master Bedroom
Switch units of measure16' x 11'
-
-
Bedroom
Switch units of measure14' x 11'
-
-
Living Room
Switch units of measure15' x 13'
-
-
Dining Room
Switch units of measure11' x 10'
-
-
Family Room
Switch units of measure0 x 0
-
-
Kitchen
Switch units of measure9' x 6'
-
Short Sale:
No
Listing Type:
Exclusive Agency (A)
Equipment Included:
Dishwasher, Microwave, Range/Oven, Refrigerator
Exterior Features:
Stucco
Parcel Number:
536-231-25-24
Heating:
Forced Air Unit
Heating fuel:
Electric
Cooling:
N/K
Pool:
N/K
Roof:
Other/Remarks
Rooms:
N/K
Water supply:
Meter on Property
Sewer Septic:
Sewer Connected
Laundry Location:
Community
Laundry Utilities:
Other/Remarks
Age Restrictions:
N/K
Sales Restrictions:
N/K
Garage:
Assigned, Converted, Gated
Total Garage Spaces:
1
Total Non-Garage Spaces:
0
Zoning:
R-1:SINGLE
Fencing:
Gate
Topography:
Level
Ownership Type:
Condominium
Restrictions:
CC&R's
Listed by C&C Capital Mortgage & Realty
Listing information last updated on February 17, 2019 at 10:50 AM (UTC)
Gerri-Lynn Fives
Pacific Sotheby's Intl Realty

Exceptional Facts & Resources

In 1885, the town of Coronado was founded and bought by E.L Babcock, Hampton L. Story and Jacob Gruendike. Their vision for the town was to create a resort community and in 1886 the Coronado Beach Company was arranged. The Hotel del Coronado was built in 1888 helping the city become a major resort haven. Athletic, boating and baseball clubs were formed and a schoolhouse was built.

 

In 1900, Tent City was established by John D. Spreckles, a tourist attraction area just south of the Hotel Del Coronado. In the early 1940's the tents turned into cottages and then were torn down.

 

In 1910, Coronado was connected to San Diego by the Class 1 streetcars. Accompanying the San Diego public transit system that was spurred by the Panama-California Exposition of 1915 and built by John D. Spreckels. The streetcars became a staple of the City until their withdrawal in 1939.

 

Source Credit: Wikipedia.org

 
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