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Old San Juan Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Real estate in Old San Juan is located in the historic, colonial section of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Displayed below are our real estate listings of historic certified homes as well as modern and luxurious condos within the oldest settlement in Puerto Rico – please feel free to search them.

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Homes for Sale in San Sebastian St. , San Juan, Puerto Rico $5,700,000
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City San Juan
Size 5600 sq. ft.
Style Single Story
Type Residential
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 2
Commercial Real Estate for Sale in Old San Juan, San Juan, Puerto Rico $3,295,000
23 photos
"New construcction"
City San Juan
Size 11000 sq. ft.
Style 5-Level Split
Type Commercial
Bedrooms 12
Bathrooms 10
Multifamily Dwellings for Sale in Old San Juan, San Juan, Puerto Rico $2,180,000
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314 Fortaleza Street, Old San Juan, Old San Juan

"Income Property! Furnished and Equipped"
"Comercial space & 3 fully renovated units."
City San Juan
Size 8000 sq. ft.
Style 3 Story
Type Multifamily
Multifamily Dwellings for Sale in Old San Juan, San Juan, Puerto Rico $1,980,000
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152 Calle de la Luna, Old San Juan

"Remodeled Income Property!"
"Sold Furnished and Equipped!"
City San Juan
Size 6500 sq. ft.
Style 3 Story
Type Multifamily
Sale Pending
Homes for Sale in Old San Juan, San Juan, Puerto Rico $1,494,000
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City San Juan
Size 3260 sq. ft.
Style 2 Storey
Type Residential
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 4

Old San Juan

Old San Juan is a historic, colonial section in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Settled in 1521, Old San Juan is known for its blue cobblestone streets, flat roofed red brick and stone buildings which date back to the time period when Puerto Rico was part of the Spanish empire.

Today, there are about 400 historic structures and properties remaining in the city, which illustrate some of the best Spanish colonial architecture from the 16th and 17th century in the New World. Some of these beautiful buildings include the Cathedral of San Juan Bautista, which was the first dioceses of the New World in 1511, and the La Fortaleza, which was built around 1540 and is the current governor’s mansion of Puerto Rico. This is the oldest executive mansion to be used continuously in the New World.

In addition, Old San Juan is filled with unique shops, museums, coffee shops, top-rated restaurants, tree-shaded plazas and more. There’s also a free trolley that tourists can hop on and off to visit and enjoy the best Old San Juan has to offer. The city also provides free on-street parking but it is usually difficult to find because of the very limited amount of parking spots available.

Located about on a small and narrow island, Old San Juan sits along the north coast and is joined to the mainland of Puerto Rico by several bridges. It is also bound by the Atalntic Ocean to the north and to the south by the San Juan Bay. On a bluff is the entrance to the harbor which is the Fort San Felipe del Morro and a historic lighthouse.