Encinitas Real Estate Market
Real estate median, low and high prices are based on Encinitas listings that are currently active in AlexiouRealty.com, including detaches homes and attached condos, townhomes and rowhomes. This data continually changes as new and updated listings come on the market and it is provided only for your information. Visitors should exercise caution and always consult a professional Realtor prior to drawing final conclusions based on just active live listings data.
Like most, the real estate market in Encinitas, CA is ever changing. For this reason it is important to have accurate and up to date Encinitas real estate trends and housing data in order to make informed decisions on whether to buy or sell your Encinitas home. On the charts below you will see current 6-month Encinitas real estate trends updated daily so feel free to come back periodically to see how the Encinitas real estate market has changed. Charts show real estate data in 90 day rolling averages.
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Encinitas, CA 92024
Encinitas was officially founded in 1881 when Jabez Pitcher filed a claim along the railroad tracks where the Civic Center stands today.
Each Encinitas real estate community retains its unique characteristics as neighborhoods of Encinitas.
The area is famous for its six miles of beaches–Swami’s is well-known for its waves, the Boneyard at 4th and D welcomes those who want to sunbathe in the buff and Moonlight Beach is a neighborly place to share a walk with a friend. Two lagoons bracket the city–Batiquitos Lagoon forms the northern boundary and San Elijo marks the southern edge.
Encinitas was once the “Flower Capital of the World,” and is where the famous poinsettias developed by the Ecke family were introduced in 1923. Quail Botanical Garden claims to be the largest bamboo collection in the U.S.
There are many antique stores and unique stores along historic highway 101 as well as modern up-to-date shopping areas inland.