A manicured oceanside resort community 12 miles north of downtown, La Jolla (“the jewel” in Spanish) is considered the Monte Carlo of Southern California—with good reason. This paradisiacal enclave is a natural and a cultural jewel indeed. Its arcing coastline’s natural coves give way to steep canyons and hillsides peppered with homes worth millions, and then there’s the ideal Mediterranean climate, elite shopping and dining, art galleries, and prestigious institutions—the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Salk Institute among them—that La Jollans enjoy. It should come as no surprise that this is one of San Diego’s most highly coveted areas to settle.
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