When you’ve reached Bird Rock, you are now in the southern most point in La Jolla. First developed by Michael Hall, the father of Bird Rock, is one of San Diego’s early land developers. He bought large tracts of land in south La Jolla in 1904-05, calling it the Bird Rock. Bird Rock is a special area with mainly single family homes offering a ton of cute shops and restaurants lining La Jolla Blvd.
Bird Rock is a friendly seaside neighborhood with quick access to the beach and bike path. This area was named after a rock that was shaped like a bird. Unfortunately, the rock has since eroded due to the constant crashing waves, but the name lives on. Bird Rock is one of the older neighborhoods in La Jolla, dating back to the early 1900’s.
Bird Rock Complexes/ Neighborhoods: Santorini West, Seahaus
Streets of Note: Bird Rock Ave., Calumet Ave., Dolphin Pl., Abalone Pl.
1402 W Muirlands Dr. La Jolla, California
6 Beds 5 Baths 3,934 SqFt 0.870 Acres
8641 Ruette Monte Carlo La Jolla, California
5 Beds 5 Baths 7,264 SqFt 0.466 Acres
1011 Muirlands Vista Way La Jolla, California
6 Beds 8 Baths 6,140 SqFt 0.380 Acres
8441 Whale Watch Way La Jolla, California
5 Beds 7 Baths 8,121 SqFt