Infill opportunity for a builder, developer, or investor. Plans are very near final approval. All Civil/Geo-technical/Landscape/ & Architectural plans will be included for a full lot split with two different APN#’s. Each lot has plans to build a 5-bed 4-baths 2,500 sq./ft. home with an attached 1,200 sq./ft. 3-bed 2-bath ADU. Walking distance to local Buccaneer Beach & the Metrolink. Currently there is an existing 1,200 SF garage structure & in-ground pool. Zoned 1 Res. Dwelling Unit per 6,000 sq./ft.
1500 Alvarado Street, Oceanside, Ca 92054 Architectural Plans
City of Oceanside General Plan for Building and Planning Department Report
City of Oceanside Development Standards
Relocation to Oceanside, California is a popular destination because of afford-ability, beautiful beaches, attractive Harbor & near perfect weather. This also makes Oceanside a popular alternative to San Diego, California relocation. Oceanside is located just 35 miles north of San Diego & 90 miles south of Los Angeles – far enough away to still have small town appeal, but close enough to provide access to urban amenities. Oceanside is the perfect Southern California relocation paradise that can serve the entire family. Oceanside’s recreational opportunities are geared to fit every lifestyle. The city boasts 3 golf courses, numerous tennis courts & over 6 miles of beach front roadway just perfect for jogging, biking or rollerblading. Known as a mecca for water sports, our 260 slip Harbor has a convenient boat launch area and offers services for boat, kayak and jet ski rentals. Helgren’s Sport fishing Inc. operates daily sport fishing charters going out of the Harbor, and also offers Whale Watching Tours from December through March. Try your hand at surf fishing along our coastline, or simply drop a line off the end of our 1972 ft pier and wait for the fish to bite. Oceanside also hosts numerous amateur & professional surfing contests through out the year.
Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base The world’s largest U.S. Marine Corps Amphibious Training Base is located in North Oceanside. It is considered a “recreational” paradise with its military community of over 36,000 spread over 125,000 acres. The camp is well recognized for its interest & effort toward ecology & the preservation of natural resources. With its three mountain ranges & varied geographical terrain, Camp Pendleton has earned its title as an “Ecological Oasis of Coastal California.” Home of the First Marine Division, Camp Pendleton is situated on what was once a Spanish land grant called Rancho Santa Margarita y Las Flores. The area’s natural beauty has been changed as little as possible, making Camp Pendleton a modern military base in the heart of a little piece of history. Beaches Over 3.5 miles of white sandy beaches make Oceanside the ideal place for sunning, surfing, & sandcastle building. Take a leisurely stroll along the water or bring your pole for some great surf fishing. With plenty of parking & easy beach access, Oceanside presents one of the finest beach areas on the west coast. Harbor beach alone offers more than 16 acres of clean level sand, & handicap “sand” wheel chairs are available for use at each lifeguard tower. Enjoy a day at the beach & don’t forget your sunscreen! Oceanside Harbor Unlike most ports, all boats are visible from a two-lane asphalt drive encircling its shoreline. Fine restaurants, picnic tables, and a Harbor Village with shops, eateries, & a lighthouse, along with the nearby Harbor Beach combine to offer the seafarer & motor visitor an enchanting experience of color & atmosphere. Oceanside’s Harbor is a mecca for sport fishing, whale watching,boating & other water-oriented activities. The Marina inside the harbor has sloops ranging in length from 25-51 feet. Transient moorings & limited RV beach camping are available. Harbor Days is a scheduled annual event held the 3rd weekend in September. The historic Oceanside Pier is a prized community resource as well as a monument to its citizens’ persistence in seeing that a pier remains a part of its oceanfront recreational facilities. At its current 1,942 feet in length, it remains one of the longest wooden construction recreational piers on the West Coast. From its reach, viewers can peer into the entrance channel of Oceanside Harbor, a 900 + boat recreational marina that sits along the northwest borders of the city. The pier is a recreational common ground for Oceanside, a place where young & old, fisherman and surfer, tourist and residents mingle, stroll, & sit to watch the waves sunset while enjoying the beauty of the Pacific Ocean. No fishing license is needed for fishing off the pier