Carmel Valley

Picturesque San Diego Living





Found to the east of I-5, just above University City and Mira Mesa, Carmel Valley is considered one of the best places to live in San Diego.

A picturesque and quiet area, Carmel Valley is home to many working professionals and families. Split in half by the Ted Williams Freeway, the northern section of Carmel Valley has a dense suburban layout while the southern section is less dense and punctuated by hills. With many luxury apartment buildings, Carmel Valley is a great place to live if you are looking for higher-end residences.
What Carmel Valley Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
10
value
10
amenities
10
social
8.0
management
10
Median rents in Carmel Valley
Studio
$
2000
1 Bedroom
$
2500
2 Bedroom
$
2900

Living in
Carmel Valley

Carmel Valley — 10/10 Rating (based on 1 neighborhood reviews)
Newer area, includes a Trader Joe’s, rite aid, Starbucks, Panera, and 9 other restaurants. A brand new Crunch gym is also next door, plus two banks (Wells Fargo and Chase). community rec center is across the street featuring a skate park, ball fields multiple dog parks, fitness course and basketball courts.
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/10
Neighborhood Rating
Sola at Pacific Highlands Ranch


Getting to Know
Carmel Valley

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Park Village Rd to I-5

North to South Boundaries: Modena Pl to Sorrento Valley Blvd

Best Apartments
in Carmel Valley


1 Bed $2,900
2 Beds $3,650

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1 Bed $3,076
2 Beds $3,952

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2 Beds $3,013
3 Beds $3,504

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