SAN DIEGO COUNTY:
This private exclusive home is situated in a great location between the cities of Carlsbad and Oceanside for site seeing, entertaining, surfing, swimming, kayaking, jet skiing, wind surfing, and just baking in the sand. It’s location is totally central to the San Diego area with all the main theme parks no more than forty-five (45) minutes away, (Disneyland being the furthest), Knott’s Berry Farm, Sea World, Legoland, San Diego Zoo located at the wonderful historic Balboa Park with its many museums, the famous Globe Theater, and many more theaters, the Wild Animal Park where the goal is to reproduce animals that are becoming extinct, (a tram takes you directly to the animals), the Salk Institute a wonderful Aquarium, the multiple quaint restaurants downtown San Diego in the Gaslamp District on J Street, the Navy Aircraft Carrier, the Midway, which is a huge Navy ship museum where you can have lunch and tour at your leisure, or drive to the bridge overpass to Coronado which houses the historic famous, Hotel Del Coronado, the choices are endless.
Oceanside is a family-friendly, quaint beach town. According to Warner Brothers’ film studio, which filmed Animal Kingdom, a current TV series on TNT, the City is a suburban surf town, where surfing, music, art, and flip-flops, beach cruisers, sand pails, and laughter are everywhere and it’s the way of life in this city. From “Villa Mira Mar,” you can easily walk for Breakfast to the Beach Break Café, Harney Sushi, Bagby Beer Company, Buccaneer Beach food stand with wonderful hamburgers, Pacific Coast Highway Bar & Grill, famous for the chicken tortilla soup, or Primo Food’s weekend barbecue. If you are into antiques, try the Antique Warehouse or the huge delightful SeaHive 12,000 square feet vintage item and antique warehouse.
Whether you spend all your time on the beach, or venture to the numerous outstanding attractions close by, or choose to stay in the city of Oceanside itself with the many dining options such as the 101 Café, Privateer Pizza, Harney Sushi, Hello Betty’s for a surf theme lunch or dinner, experience the high-end 333 Restaurant at the base of the Oceanside Pier, or the multiple gastro beer pubs, and brew houses, such as Bagby Beer Company, Urge Gastropub, Local Tap House (LTH), or stroll the local favorite Top Gun’s original home seen in the movie, or experience Southern food at the Flying Pig Restaurant and Master’s Restaurant on 101, or the traditional breakfast favorite place of the locals the Beach Break Café, or stroll on one of the longest wooden piers in California the Oceanside Pier, where you can have breakfast or lunch at Ruby’s Restaurant at the end of the Pier or tour the quaint Oceanside Harbor with the multiple restaurants, fishing boats, whale watching tour boats, or tour to the island of Catalina, or you choose to walk to the Oceanside Farmers Market open every Thursday morning, where you can mingle in a delightful way with the locals and experience Oceanside’s fresh, homegrown, organic produce, botanicals, scrumptious baked goods, and handmade treasures. The Oceanside Sunset Market in Downtown Oceanside is also open again in the evening from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. with music, art, food and entertainment. You are sure to learn, Oceanside has plenty of history to share. It is located in the historic downtown area on Pier View Way. Warner Brothers’ point taken literally is that, Oceanside is a family friendly beach town, where locals live in flip flops, where you see beach cruisers of the past, and sand pails everywhere, and where we boast to have one of the best beaches for surfing, and entertainment. “Villa Mira Mar,” is at the center of most of these attractions, the ultimate destination home to fill your oceanfront vacation with everything you can think of doing!