The community of Sorrento Valley is a part of three community planning areas, Torrey Pines, Mira Mesa and University. According to city-data.com, whose information dates from 2011, Sorrento Valley spans 7.723 and his home to 5,277 residents giving the neighborhood a population density of 683 people per square mile. The majority of the community’s workforce works within the community. But for those that travel outside the community, downtown San Diego is only 15 miles away. The community has train service from Coaster commuter and Amtrak Pacific Surfliner rail lines. Both I-5 and the I-805 freeways pass through the edge of Sorrento Valley, this along with the rail lines make it easier for residents to commute.
Homes here feature a variety of amenities, landscaped yards and most importantly, they lie along quiet streets…
Public education for the children of Sorrento Valley is provided by the San Diego Unified School District. Sorrento Valley has limited park space, but there are open undeveloped areas still available. However, the community does lie right next door to the Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve. The preserve spans seven miles, features over 500 species of flora and approximately 175 species of birds. There is a Sorrento Valley entrance to the preserve making it quite accessible to residents for hiking, nature observation, picnicking and more. This community is still developing and unlike many San Diego neighborhoods has not reached its build-out point.
Housing within the community is primarily upper-middle class or better structures and features single family homes, luxury apartments, town houses and condominiums. The majority of these homes are located the numerous, stylish developments that are almost sub-communities. These homes feature a variety of amenities, landscaped yards and most importantly they lie along quiet streets with low crime and wonderful employment and education opportunities. Contact local real estate agents for assistance in finding a place to call home in wonderful Sorrento Valley. Read less –
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