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EAST SIDE CAPISTRANO
A DIVERSE OCEANSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD
Welcome to East Side Capistrano, Oceanside.
This historic East Side neighborhood is situated in the beach city of Oceanside, San Diego County, and features a diverse and tight-knit community. Residents hold high standards when it comes to family values, cultural traditions and caring for their neighborhood, and there are often celebratory events held throughout the year for everyone to enjoy. Thanks to the proximity to Interstate 5 and Highway 76, commuting to work and various North County attractions is a piece of cake for those who call East Side home. The history of East Side Capistrano (also called just East Side) is diverse and rich, which is colorfully displayed in numerous ways throughout the neighborhood. The first homes were built in the early 20th century, when East Side was established as a predominately Mexican-American community. Over the years, the neighborhood became more diverse with an influx of African-American and Samoan residents. Today, many of the residents come from families that have lived in the same neighborhood for generations, which makes East Side a very special place with lots of traditions and a big heart. While the majority of homes in East Side were built between 1970 and 2005, around 100 of them were constructed before 1950. Single-family homes usually sell for just under half a million dollars, although the average townhouse and condo goes for around $130,000. With fairly low home prices and a median rent of 1,188, East Side Capistrano is one of Oceanside's more affordable neighborhoods. East Side features a mix of residential streets and commercial areas, offering a quite generous array of shops and restaurants. If you're looking for authentic Mexican food, you'll definitely find it here. Being so close to the beach, residents also have access to all the dining places, shops and attractions of downtown Oceanside and its beachfront, such as the California Surfing Museum. There are two large parks in the neighborhood of East Side Capistrano: Joe Balderama Park and Capistrano Park. Featuring everything from picnic areas to barbeque grills, playgrounds and ball courts, these little green respites each offer a separate haven.
EAST SIDE CAPISTRANO
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