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Encinitas Boat Houses

Our quaint town of Encinitas is full of interesting, picturesque sites and scenes. We often get caught up enjoying the gorgeous ocean views, and miss some of the other distinct and unique sites Encinitas has to offer. Encinitas has a rich history, and some unique historical sites worth visiting as well. One of the most unique sites is "The Boat Houses." Located at 726 and 732 Third Street, these two buildings look like large boats docked for repairs in the middle of the residential neighborhood, just 2 blocks West of South Coast Highway, right in the heart of Encinitas.

The S.S. Moonlight and its sister “ship” the S.S. Encinitas sit along a hillside above Third Street looking as if they've recently been pulled ashore for repair work.?? 
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The Bessie Love Compound in Encinitas

Downtown Encinitas is full of historical homes and buildings. One of these historical sites is the Bessie Love Compound. This historical home is actually made up of three homes; two front cottages and a larger two story home toward the back of the property. These were inhabited, according to some, by Bessie Love, a famous actress and dancer from the 1920's, and her chauffeur and her Russian wolfhound, Olaf.


At the peak of her fame in the Roaring '20s, Bessie Love was one of the hottest actress in Hollywood.


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A Peek Inside The Exclusive Oceanside Community St. Malo

Saint Malo was San Diego first gated community and today is Oceanside's best kept secret. 

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