Homes for Sale in Ocean Hills Country Club

 

Homes for Sale in Ocean Hills Country Club

Ocean Hills Country Club is the premier 55+ community in San Diego County. The location is superb, the climate is just about perfect, and the homes have won awards for architectural design. The community is gate-guarded with 24-hour attendants, and there is a dusk-to-dawn roving patrol. And if you like golf, this is the place for you – golf is included in the homeowner fee! And good news – since there are over 1600 homes there’s usually a good selection of homes for sale in Ocean Hills Country Club for you to choose from.

Ocean Hills Country Club entry

Ocean Hills Country Club is 30 miles from downtown San Diego, and 4 miles from the ocean. The coastal climate is comfortable year-round, allowing you to enjoy the outdoors 12 months a year. Health care facilities, shopping, and every convenience are close by, and there is a free shopping shuttle. A short drive will take you to world-class recreation destinations. Without a doubt, this is the finest in independent senior living that San Diego has to offer.

Whatever your interest, there’s probably a club for it! With over 1600 homes in Ocean Hills, there are people with all kinds of interests and hobbies. The club newsletter is 56 pages, filled with community activities. Regular Clubhouse Activities and Clubs Include:

Arts League Ballroom Dancing Birdwatchers
Backgammon Sewing Computer Club
Bocce Shuffleboard Golf Association
Bowling Solos Club Health & Fitness
Anglers Table Tennis Rotating Dinner
Billiards Travel Club RV Club
Choral Society Yiddish Club Tap Dancing
Croquet Club Yoga Village Line Dancers
Great Books Group Canasta Racquet Club
Garden Club Bridge Water Exercise
Sailing Country Western Dance Ballet Class
Jazz Society Swing Band Organ Club
New York Alumni Square Dancing Photography
Bingo Skiing Aerobic Exercise

Ocean Hills Country Club clubhouse

Ocean Hills Country Club boasts a 27,000 square foot recreation center houses a billiard parlor, arts & crafts studio, sewing room, a Wall Street club room, photo printing lab, Nautilus workout room, woodworking shop, and more.

Ocean Hills Country Club clubhouse back

The clubhouse patio, aka “Palm Court”, has just seen a major renovation with new paving, cafe lights and a fire feature. It looks to be quite the happening place!

Ocean Hills Country Club meeting rooms

The bright concourse branches off to the various meeting rooms and rec areas.

Ocean Hills Country Club meeting hall

The large concert hall (the largest I’ve seen anywhere) hosts special events, dances, performances, and holiday celebrations.

Ocean Hills Country Club library
This is just a little peek inside the library to show you the high quality of the amenities. The library is outfitted with rich wood cabinets and shelves of a 19th-century French apothecary.

Whatever your interest, there’s a beautiful place to pursue it at Ocean Hills.

Ocean Hills Country Club pool

Surrounded by shaded decks are an Olympic sized pool and spa, tennis, paddle tennis, bocci and shuffleboard courts.

Ocean Hills Country Club tennis

Enjoy the morning playing tennis! There are 4 regulation courts, some are lighted, and Ocean Hills Country Club also has several pickle ball courts.

Ocean Hills Country Club bocci

The bocci courts were not in use when I took this picture, but I’ve seen a lively crowd here enjoying the day and the good-spirited competition!

Ocean Hills Country Club sunroom

The sunroom is a beautiful place in the clubhouse to have a cold drink after all those activities!

Ocean Hills Country Club original section

Of course, the finest senior community in America’s Finest City also carries the highest price tag. This is an established village of attached homes, built in the late 1980s. Homes range from 971 to 1850 square feet, and are typically priced from the mid $400,000s for the smallest to the high $700,000s for the largest. Homes on the golf course are usually $50,000 to $75,000 more.

Ocean Hills Country Club middle section

This is a typical street in the second phase of Ocean Hills, built around 1990-1992. These homes are larger, and they are detached. However, the largest ones are two story, in order to fit on the lot. Often the second story is just a loft, and the bedrooms and all living areas are on the main floor.

Ocean Hills Country Club middle section

This is the newest neighborhood in Ocean Hills, “Portofino”, built in 1997-1998 by Ryland Homes. Since there is no new construction in any senior community in San Diego, this area is in high demand and often there are no homes for sale in Ocean Hills Country Club in the Portofino section.

The homes range from 1482 to 2150 square feet.

More about homes for sale in Ocean Hills Country Club:

Ocean Hills Country Club green

Each row of homes has a greenbelt between it and the next, so every home feels private. Some greenbelts are larger than others depending on the lay of the land, but everyone has some sort of separation.

Ocean Hills Country Club walking

Thanks to the recent drought, the large turf area are giving way to more waterwise landscaping like this. It’s actually much more interesting and colorful than just grass.

Ocean Hills Country Club original section 2

Here’s a typical front yard. The association maintains everything in front of the home. The irrigation system is controlled by the association, so the front yards on a street will always look well maintained.  The association maintains all home exteriors and all landscape walls. Entire streets are often painted at the same time in order to provide a uniformly well-kept appearance.

Ocean Hills Country Club dog park

We didn’t forget about Fido! Here’s the dog park where man’s best friend can go off-leash and you can meet other pet owners.

Ocean Hills Country Club landscaping

There is no food service at Ocean Hills, but there is this shopping center just down the road where you’ll find a supermarket, bagel and coffee shop, hairdresser, ice cream parlor, and several fast food restaurants. This is the colorful landscaping that you’ll enjoy as you leave the community and drive down the block.

Further down the road, but still nearby, are more formal restaurants, Tri-City Medical Center, and all the “big box” stores, like Costco, Best Buy, Bed Bath & Beyond, Lowe’s, and Home Depot. In other words, just about everything you could want is within a 10 minute drive of Ocean Hills.

Homeowner fees are currently $450-550 per month and include exterior house painting, roof maintenance, basic cable TV, and all amenities. Annual real estate taxes are estimated to be 1 1/4% of the purchase price. Golf is free. For more details about the community, you can visit the Ocean Hills Country Club Homeowner’s Association website.

 

Enjoy a video tour of the clubhouse!


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