Living In San Diego: Why I Love Little Italy
San Diego is one of the most beautiful places to live in the entire state. Inside San Diego, the small but vibrant neighborhood of Little Italy is one of the most iconic and oldest historical areas of the city, which has come a long way. It’s walkable, safe, clean, full of life and activity, what else could you possibly ask for?
Little Italy is one of San Diego’s, if not the hottest neighborhood right now. It’s one of a handful of walkable San Diego neighborhoods. There are so many amazing aspects to little Italy that it’s pretty tough to find any faults. But if you have to find a con and say maybe you are a night owl, it would be the fact that it shuts down a little earlier than the rest of the city. Not so bad right?
Why I love Little Italy And Why You Will Love It As Well
As far as everything that makes Little Italy amazing are concerned, you are going to have streets that are lined with world-class restaurants, cuisine styles, world-class Italian steakhouses, gourmet, gourmet hamburgers, sushi, and everything else you can think of.
Additionally, you are going to have world-class and famous craft breweries in addition to many wine tasting cafes and dedicated tasting rooms. The farmer’s market here is known county-wide and you will love the fresh produce, meat, homemade treats, crafts, and everything you’d expect to see in a farmers market.
There are also boutiques, shops, little markets, and literately everything you can imagine.
When you talk about Little Italy, you can’t skip over the location because it is prime and located just about five minutes from San Diego airport. This is for the night owls I mentioned earlier, it is also another five minutes the other direction to get into the world-famous Gaslamp Quarter.
One of my favorite aspects of Little Italy is its proximity to the San Diego Harbor and Bay Walk. You are going to have everything from massive cruise ships to navy ships coming in and out, small boats, yachts, small motorized boats and a little bit of everything else that can float.
The bay walk viewpoints are also incredible and you can jog or run down there. The scenery is paradise.
The options to live in Little Italy vary, and it depends on where you’re at. The closer you are to the airport, the lower the buildings because the airplanes have to land and there’s certain proximity that those tall buildings cannot be in. So there are a few high rises in Little Italy but they all tend to be on the south side.
Most parts of Little Italy you are going to see have a mix of style detached homes, brand new luxury apartments, many condos, and smaller studio style apartments. But as you move up to the north, everything gets lower and you are going to see more of mid-rise style.
Spending Time In Little Italy
It’s absolutely amazing to spend time in Little Italy. If you are thinking of moving to Little Italy and you need I am always available to help you reach your real estate goals. Reach out to me and let’s make it happen.
Also, if you also need any help navigating San Diego in general as far as living, eating, sleeping, working, or playing then I will be happy to help.
Don’t be shy about reaching out to me. Call, text, or email me anytime!
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