The coastal city of Del Mar may only be two miles in breadth, but its charm is immeasurable. Del Mar is known for its picturesque beaches, celebrated horse races and splendid fairs, in addition to its gorgeous homes.
While Del Mar itself is a rare treasure, the fine collection of properties in Olde Del Mar simply cannot be overlooked. Luxury and historic homes adorn Olde Del Mar, which rests within walking distance of the city’s treasured shoreline and historic village.
Del Mar Beaches
Del Mar’s 15th Street Beach gained national recognition when it was listed as one of Time Magazine's “100 Greatest Beaches in the World.” Del Mar has other noteworthy beaches as well, including North Beach, which is not only lovely, but also dog-friendly. The city also possesses two oceanfront parks, Seagrove and Powerhouse, which are great places to take in scenic views and brilliant California sunshine.
Del Mar Village
Olde Del Mar is within walking distance of a beloved historic village, circa the 1880’s. Today, Del Mar Village is filled with trendy boutiques and popular restaurants. The village’s historic buildings are known for their architecture, through which a Tudor influence resonates in a delightful way. The quaint village is 135 years old, but is just as prominent a fixture on Camino Del Mar as ever.
Olde Del Mar Homes
Olde Del Mar boasts exquisite oceanfront and ocean view properties that are unrivaled in their beauty. Few moments are as serene as those spent taking in the Pacific Ocean from a balcony or sundeck in Olde Del Mar.
Apart from the gorgeous landscape they rest within, Old Del Mar luxury and historic homes impress with refined architecture, high-end features and a coveted central location. In Olde Del Mar, Contemporary and Spanish architectural styles dazzle, and the village’s Tudor signature echoes. The community’s beautiful homes also feature an accompaniment of upscale refinements and a sought-after location near Del Mar’s pristine beaches and darling village.Dennis DeSouza on