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The peninsula of Point Loma wraps around the entrance to San Diego Bay, bordered on the west by panoramic Pacific views and on the east, skyline views that extend all the way to Mexico. Residents choose Point Loma for its rich history, its close proximity to the airport and downtown, and its unsurpassed ocean views.

Point Loma's well-known landmark is the Cabrillo National Monument, the nation's second-most visited national monument. It is named after Juan Cabrillo, who, in 1542, was the first European explorer to see San Diego Bay (and promptly sailed away again). The Old Point Loma Lighthouse is part of the monument, where visitors tour the historic lighthouse that guided ships through the San Diego Bay from 1855 to 1891.

Naval Base Point Loma, at the end of Rosecrans Boulevard, is the home of Submarine Squadron 11, several Nuclear Fast Attack Submarines, and historic Fort Rosecrans, a former US Army Coastal Gunnery Facility of the First World War era, which includes the Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery and the USS Bennington Monument.

Most of Point Loma's real estate was built between 1950 and 1980. Many homes are quite large and have enviable views, particularly in upscale areas such as Silvergate and La Playa. Other homes are cottages, each with individual charm. West of Rosecrans are older homes on wide streets, dotted with authentic lamp posts. Apartments and condos account for about one third of Point Loma's housing.

East of Rosecrans is the new Liberty Station, built on the site of the former US Naval Training Center. Liberty Station is a 361-acre mixed use redevelopment project that includes residential, office, retail, educational and civic, arts and cultural districts. It boasts a 9-hole golf course, a 46-acre waterfront park and a 100-acre historic district on the National Register of Historic Places.

Rich in nature, people, and history, Point Loma is one of the oldest communities of San Diego. Blessed with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean to the west and views of both Downtown and America's Cup Harbor to the east, Point Loma is one of the area's most desirable communities.