The zip codes encompassing Rancho Santa Fe, Coronado and Del Mar are three of the 100 most expensive in the United States, according to an annual ranking released Tuesday by PropertyShark.
The real estate data serviced ranked zip codes based on the residential property sales closed between Jan. 1 and Oct. 22.
Rancho Santa Fe’s 92067 made it into the top 20, with a median transaction value of $3.4 million. Coronado’s 92118 came in at $1.94 million and Del Mar’s 92014 at $1.85 million.
California had the priciest real estate by far, with 89 zip codes in the top 100, including 47 in the San Francisco Bay area and 21 in Los Angeles County.
New York ranked a distant second among the states with 17 zip codes. Florida had just 1, and California’s arch-rival Texas had none.
“California continued to provide the bulk of the country’s most expensive zip codes: The Golden State originated 70% of all of the zip codes on this list, including six of the top 10 priciest,” PropertyShark wrote in its report.
“For the fifth year in a row, San Francisco had the highest concentration of expensive zip codes of any city, ranking seven among the top 10. It was followed by Los Angeles and NYC, with six zips each.”
PropertyShark noted that there were numerous ties among the top 100, so the data is based on a total of 127 zip codes.