Community Overview

Chula Vista

Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and San Diego Bay to the west and majestic mountains to the east, Chula Vista truly embodies its Spanish name of "beautiful view." Chula Vista homes offer a wide variety of breathtaking views, from single-family homes and condos along the coast to grand hillside homes, complete with large lawns and backyard pools. With a population of nearly 250,000 in its expansive 52 square miles, Chula Vista is San Diego County's second largest city, and continues to grow as new homeowners flock to its culturally and ecologically diverse location.

Chula Vista is conveniently located just seven miles south of downtown San Diego and seven miles north of the bustling Mexico border. Its unique location creates a cultural diversity that is weaved into the fabric of its growing communities.

With a flourishing cultural scene, numerous entertainment options and a multitude of outdoor activities all within a village atmosphere, Chula Vista is a highly desirable real estate location within San Diego County. Find your perfect Chula Vista home by contacting a Chula Vista real estate agent today!


Chula Vista's village atmosphere is bolstered by the city's wide array of services and amenities. Chula Vista residents enjoy incredible restaurants, shopping, outdoor activities, festivals and entertainment venues.

On its spectacular waterfront on San Diego Bay, Chula Vista offers numerous. activities ideal for its temperate climate. Runners and bikers enjoy the beautiful Bayshore"Bikeway along the coast, while kayakers and boaters find everything they need for an adventure on the water at the Chula Vista Marina and Yacht Club. The bayfront is also home to the popular Living Coast Discovery Center, located within the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, which beckons families with its interactive and exciting wildlife experiences.

Chula Vista's outdoor wonders expand east to include its 52 pristine public parks and nine recreation centers, complete with tennis and basketball courts. Birders and boaters alike also enjoy the calm of Otay Lake, as well as Chula Vista's two bordering waters: Sweetwater River in the north and Otay River in the south.

Chula Vista homebuyers seeking golf property find Eastlake Country Club's 18-hole championship course and its single-family homes alongside the green an ideal location to live.

Chula Vista's appeal is not limited to outdoor enthusiasts. The city also boasts incredible dining and entertainment options. Within the city's downtown district, pedestrian-friendly

Third Avenue Village hosts a weekly farmers market alongside historic buildings and famous restaurants. The cultural center of the city also entertains with outdoor concerts, street fairs and large festivals, like the annual Lemon Festival. During the holiday season, Third Avenue comes alive with the historic Starlight Parade, an evening event that lights up the town. To the east of Third Avenue Village, Otay Ranch Town Center is retail heaven, stocked with first-class shopping, dining and a movie theater.

Visitors and residents alike are drawn to Chula Vista for its numerous family-friendly attractions and entertainment venues.Famous musicians grace the stage of the city's large and lively Sleep Train Ampitheater. Families cool down from San Diego's warm summers at Seaworld's Aquatica Waterpark, Chula Vista's massive water playground. Visitors can even take a tour of the 150-acre U.S. Olympic Training Center, where America's top athletes practice in the nation's exclusive warm weather training site.

Chula Vista Real Estate

Chula Vista homes are perfect for homebuyers seeking both breathtaking views and a vibrant village, all conveniently located just south of downtown San Diego.

Residents of Chula Vista also enjoy some of the largest school districts in California, with numerous charter and private schools delivering even more options for parents. Adding to Chula Vista's educational appeal is its four private colleges and the well-attended two-year community college campus of Southwestern College.

With its extensive cultural attractions and village atmosphere, Chula Vista real estate is quickly growing in popularity, with the population of homebuyers projected to continue to expand over the next few years.Chula Vista's carefully master-planned communities contribute to the city's appeal for new homeowners.

Despite rising costs of real estate within San Diego County, Chula Vista real estate has remained competitive in the pricing market, with options ranging from affordable housing, to single-family homes and even multi-million dollar mansions. Contact a Chula Vista real estate agent to find the perfect Chula Vista home for you!