San Diego Neighborhoods

We offer homes in many of the different urban neighborhoods of San Diego. When choosing a home, it is important that your neighborhood is a good match for you and your interests. If you have any questions, please contact us. We will be happy to assist you.


Hillcrest is a diverse, colorful, and hip area of San Diego. Just north of Balboa Park, this gay-friendly neighborhood is a mix of houses and apartments set within a pedestrian-friendly business district.
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Freeway close, yet tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the upscale area of Kensington is peaceful and picturesque, with attractive homes set above Mission Valley.
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Normal Heights

Set between University Heights and Kensington, Normal Heights is known for its antique shops and bookstores. It offers many quiet single-family homes on the north side of Adams Avenue.
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North Park

North Park is north of Balboa Park (hence its name) and is the most sprawling of the urban neighborhoods. Here you will see many Craftsman-style homes. North Park has been undergoing a renaissance since 1993 and today is a center for arts, culture and entertainment.
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University Heights

University Heights is one of San Diego's oldest communities. Adjacent to Hillcrest, its heart is near the intersection of Adams Avenue and Park Boulevard. This area is home to quaint coffee shops, restaurants, and Trolley Park.
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City Heights

One of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods of San Diego, the heart of City Heights is located at the intersection of Fairmont and University Avenues.
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The City of San Diego Official Website offers a useful residential services mapping application that provides information on various services in each neighborhood, including schools, parks, libraries, and police facilities.
Note: The application works best in Internet Explorer.

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