San Diego Architecture

Whether you are an old house lover and prefer Craftsman or Spanish Architecture, or you like the clean lines of a Mid-Century Modern or Contemporary home, San Diego Architecture offers these styles and many more. Even San Diego’s universities embody some architectural styles seen in our residential homes. From the stark, brutalist architecture at UCSD to the elegant Spanish Renaissance architecture of USD, San Diego’s universities, and varied residential neighborhoods have a little something for everyone.

Although some specific San Diego Neighborhoods may have a predominant style, much of San Diego is a healthy mix of various architectural styles. Even though Mission Hills is known for its craftsman architecture, you can still find contemporary homes sprinkled in. Kensington is known for Spanish architecture, and yet you might find a classic ranch or mid-century home around any corner. Even more homogenized and recently developed areas like Carmel Valley still pay homage to various San Diego architectural styles.

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The following categories will take you to some of the homes currently for sale, matched by San Diego Architecture style.





San Diego Architecture plays an important role in the appeal of our great city. One can’t help but feel a part of it as you navigate through our many neighborhoods. From the modern towers downtown to historic homes built in the early 1900s, each area has its own appeal and charm. Whatever form of San Diego architecture you prefer, there is likely a fit for you somewhere in town.

If you are considering a home purchase or sale in San Diego, please reach out. I have represented buyers and sellers on numerous architecturally significant homes throughout San Diego. Some of the architects behind homes I have been involved with include Rob Wellington Quigley, Sim Bruce Richards, Hubbell & Hubbell, and Marc Tarasuck, to name a few.