Gaslamp is a neighborhood located in San Diego, California.
No need to travel for hours for the greatest deals, Gaslamp is home to a variety of shops, such as jewelers, fashion stores and luggage stores. There's always somewhere in this neighborhood to have a great time out with a date or with friends, as the nightlife is varied and plentiful. Whatever the day of the week, let yourself be whisked away by one of the various popular artistic and cultural hotspots such as music halls, cinemas and performing arts spots around this neighborhood. This neighborhood is full of fun for active people such as going to summer camps, boating and skating. Gaslamp boasts a high number of restaurants in the surrounding area, such as seafood, Italian and Mediterranean, making it a great place for food fans. This area is a place that is great for working out and getting healthy since you can easily join the other residents walking their daily commute.
Many homeowners in Gaslamp act as landlords, so this area has plenty of rental opportunities for those who are still saving to buy their first home. This neighborhood has plenty of unmarried folks so it is perfect if you'd prefer an area without too many children around.
Last year, average home listing prices in Gaslamp decreased 13.3 percent, perhaps reflecting the waning popularity of the local area. The average listing price this year is $369,500 from a previous $426,009. In the meantime, the number of homes on the market slightly dropped 12.5 percent year-over-year to reach 14 listings in this year. Several residential properties built in Gaslamp have swimming pools as demand for them during the summer months has increased greatly. A morning cup of coffee tastes best when enjoyed from your balcony, and there are plenty of homes in this neighborhood which offer this feature. The granite kitchens that you can find in homes around Gaslamp can fit into any decor, whether you prefer a classic or modern look, and they are sure to last for years and years.