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Don't have a boat or want to own a boat, but would love to live on the water? Welcome to Tunapuna Lane! Here you can live with the San Diego Bay in your backyard and the Pacific Ocean in your front yard. Enjoy endless views of wide open water and spectacular sunrises.
The Coronado Cays, also known as "The Cays," is a luxury waterfront resort community, consisting of condos, townhomes and single-family detached custom homes that comprise one of the most unique neighborhoods in all of California. Coastal living like this does not exist in very many places and homes are affordable, priced from the $500,000’s to over $9 million. Located along the Silver Strand, the Cays is directly across the highway from the Silver Strand State Beach, easily accessible via underground tunnels from the Cays. Many homes have their own private boat docks that will accommodate luxury yachts, sail boats, fishing boats, jet skis and kayaks. This recreational community offers its own yacht club, dog park, tennis courts, sports courts, soccer fields, softball field and a restaurant. Biking, walking, fishing, sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, jet skiing, surfing and parasailing are everyday happenings. You can live with the Pacific Ocean at your front door and the San Diego Bay at your back door. Also, it is not necessary to own a boat to live in the Cays. You just need to love the water and hearing the sound of the surf in the quiet of the evening. What better way to fall asleep!