Most Expensive Neighborhoods In San Diego, CA

For most of us, living in these high end San Diego neighborhoods may be well beyond our means, as these neighborhoods include some of the highest real estate and rental prices in California. Listed below are the most expensive neighborhoods in San Diego for 2021, sorted by overall cost of living which includes: groceries, goods and services, real estate and rent prices. In case you’re wondering, the cost of living average for all cities across the nation is 100.

Population 29,356
68%
Cost of Living Index 250 vs 149
68% higher than San Diego
Population 12,743
50%
Cost of Living Index 224 vs 149
50% higher than San Diego
Population 6,860
48%
Cost of Living Index 221 vs 149
48% higher than San Diego
Population 39,559
28%
Cost of Living Index 190 vs 149
28% higher than San Diego
Population 2,072
26%
Cost of Living Index 188 vs 149
26% higher than San Diego
Population 7,369
25%
Cost of Living Index 186 vs 149
25% higher than San Diego
Population 6,705
20%
Cost of Living Index 179 vs 149
20% higher than San Diego
Population 11,549
15%
Cost of Living Index 171 vs 149
15% higher than San Diego
Population 31,770
12%
Cost of Living Index 167 vs 149
12% higher than San Diego
Population 36,364
12%
Cost of Living Index 166 vs 149
12% higher than San Diego
Population 63,341
10%
Cost of Living Index 164 vs 149
10% higher than San Diego
Population 14,559
10%
Cost of Living Index 164 vs 149
10% higher than San Diego
Population 9,581
9%
Cost of Living Index 162 vs 149
9% higher than San Diego
Population 3,380
8%
Cost of Living Index 161 vs 149
8% higher than San Diego
Population 5,168
8%
Cost of Living Index 160 vs 149
8% higher than San Diego
Population 44,185
7%
Cost of Living Index 159 vs 149
7% higher than San Diego
Population 6,238
7%
Cost of Living Index 159 vs 149
7% higher than San Diego
Population 16,187
5%
Cost of Living Index 157 vs 149
5% higher than San Diego
Population 6,412
4%
Cost of Living Index 155 vs 149
4% higher than San Diego
Population 22,946
4%
Cost of Living Index 155 vs 149
4% higher than San Diego