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About Point Loma, CA

Point Loma, CA which is about a quarter of the size of La Jolla and has a small, “fishing village atmosphere,” is defined by a number of unique characteristics. The Point is home to multi-million dollar mansions; The Midway is a bustling commercial zone; Ocean Beach is a laid-back surfer community; Shelter Island is blanketed with yachts, sailboats and sport fishing outfitters; and Sunset Cliffs boasts rocky, yet sandy beaches and one of the best sunset scenes in San Diego. The pride of this community is clearly demonstrated by the well-maintained neighborhoods and quiet streets. The military presence is strong in Point Loma, which is located in close proximity to San Diego International Airport and downtown San Diego. The Point Loma peninsula is where Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo and crew became the first Europeans to set foot in California. Cabrillo National Monument, established in 1913, stands in memorial of this discovery, and provides amazing views of the San Diego Bay. Visit in the wintertime and you may catch a glimpse of the migrating Pacific Gray Whales as they make their way to Baja.

Weather in Point Loma

The average high temperatures in Point Loma range from 65 in January to 74 in July

Average home income in Point Loma

The average household income of a Point Loma resident is $83,375 with an average home value of $623,376

Population of Point Loma

Point Loma has 18,625 residents.

Home ownership in Point Loma

The average level of home ownership in Point Loma is 42%.

Education breakdown of Point Loma

Education levels of residents of Point Loma include: highschool 15%, associate 7%, bachelor 32%, graduate 17%.

Households in Point Loma

Point Loma has 8,552 homes, built on average 53 years ago.