New Construction in San Diego
New Construction or Pre-Construction in San Diego County
San Diego is always expanding and there are always new homes and subdivisions popping up all over San Diego County. Whether you’re looking to move into a brand-new subdivision or build from the ground up, we have some of the most amazing homes and lots for sale in San Diego County. The sky’s the limit when it comes to choices and prices. Choose a waterfront lot or new construction home at the top of our list for around $5 million for find something a little more affordable under $400,000 in one of the new subdivision or townhome communities.
Several San Diego counties closer to Rancho Santa Fe and around the golf courses east of I5 offer several new subdivisions and new construction town-home or twin home designs for around $350,000. Many of these communities will offer homeowners association dues that cover amenities such as swimming pools, clubhouses, fitness centers, and barbecue or patio areas.
Most new construction in San Diego County is found north of downtown in Scripps Ranch, Poway, Rancho Bernardo in Carmel Valley. New construction homes north of this along the seaside coastal communities of Carlsbad and Encinitas start at about $600,000. These new construction homes offer a beautiful luxurious escape with four and five bedrooms and over 2500 ft.² in size. The closer you get to the coast the more expensive new construction tends to be.
If you’re interested in finding the right pre-construction or new construction home in San Diego County, or you’re looking at building and creating your own dream home, feel free to start your search here or simply contact me for more personal touch to your home buying experience. Photo courtesy of the local MLS
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