La Jolla may be the jewel of San Diego, but Bay Ho is the hidden gem. With some homes offering majestic views of Mission Bay and the Downtown San Diego skyline, Bay Ho offers a treasure trove of possibilities. Situated between Interstate 5 and Highway 52, Bay Ho offers an ideal centralized location, whether you plan to head to Downtown San Diego, go inland towards Poway or travel up north to the famed North County beaches.
It’s possible to find spacious single-family homes built from the 1950’s to the 1970’s, with mature yards that offer the shade that keeps you cool during hot days.Homeowners looking for million dollar views without the million-dollar price tag are in luck. Many of the homes in Bay Ho boast unobstructed views of Mission Bay, where you can enjoy the Sea World fireworks from the comfort of your own home! It’s not unusual to find newly remodeled condos in a prime location in Bay Ho.
Bay Ho is an ideal neighborhood for families. Graduation rates are much higher than the California average. Two top rated public elementary schools, Cadman Elementary and Alcott Elementary have a low 14:1 student to teacher ratio. High school aged children can go to Madison High School, Clairemont High School, or Mission Bay High School. One of the top private schools in the area, Horizon Christian Academy is another option for students ready for a good education.
Bay Ho residents can bask in near perfect weather all year round. Its close proximity to the Pacific provides coastal breezes, without the fog and overcast. Feel free to head to Mission Bay, which is an easy 5-minute drive away. You can always cross over the 5 Freeway and head into La Jolla for elegant dining or head over to Pacific Beach where the nightlife attracts young people and the young-at-heart.
If you don’t feel like driving anywhere, there are plenty of things to do in Bay Ho, too. Spend a typical sunny San Diego day at Cadman Park and Recreation Center, an off-leash dog park that offers amazing views of the bay, as well as ball fields and basketball and tennis courts. Craft beer lovers can take the Santa Fe St frontage road to the Karl Strauss Brewing Company Tasting Room for a pint of famous San Diego craft beer. Burn off those beer calories at local fitness centers such as the Kettlebell X Training facility or Infinite Fitness. You can grocery shop for your week or the entire month at Costco Wholesale. When you don’t feel like cooking, head on over to the local favorite, Kitchen 4140 Restaurant, offering Americana cuisine sourced from fresh ingredients from their own organic garden.
The secret is out; Bay Ho offers impressive views and high quality living at a price that fits a variety of budgets.