San Diego Neighborhoods:
San Diego is a large and diverse area with many varied neighborhoods within its borders. But which one is right for you to call home?
This week on the San Diego Real Estate BLOG, we continue our series of BLOGS that will look at each of these neighborhoods in turn to help you decide which is the best fit for you as search for your San Diego Dream Home!!!
Today we head north from South Park to, well, North Park.
North Park is bordered on the northwest by Park Boulevard and University Heights, on the west by Florida Canyon and both University Heights and Hillcrest, on the southwest by Balboa Park, on the south by Switzer Canyon and the South Park neighborhood, and on the east by Interstate 805 and City Heights. The pre-Interstate 805 boundary of North Park was widely considered to be 35th Street, which is now part of City Heights.
North Park is a culturally diverse neighborhood, though it is predominately white (57%) non-married people with at least a college degree.
The median household income in South Park is $77,140 per household.
The geography of North Park is relatively flat which makes it ideal for residential neighborhoods. The only exception is Switzer Canyon on the south which allows the homes along it views of beautiful Downtown San Diego.
Real Estate Market
North Park is one of the oldest neighborhoods in San Diego, and as such is home to one of San Diego’s largest districts of Historic Homes, the North Park Dryden Historic District. The man who built many of them, Edward F. Bryans, has been classified as a Master Builder by the city of San Diego. The area is known for it’s Craftsman and California Bungalows, many of which are designated as historically significant homes. Of the 136 homes in the District, 104 were approved by the Housing Resource Board as contributing resources to the District. While the homes in this neighborhood are predominantly single family residences, there are also some small apartment and bungalow courts. The area is heavily gentrified and that trends looks to continue as it is one of San Diego’s most desirable neighborhoods.
South Park has a median home price of $576,000
So why is North Park one of San Diego’s most desirable neighborhoods? Mostly because of it’s combination of amazing homes and even more amazing night life. While South Park leans more towards the residential, North Park leans more toward the the commercial. The area has been described as America’s “Best Hipster Neighborhood” by Forbes magazine, and is home some of the best craft breweries and restaurants in the United States. Here you can find amazing local food, a thriving, eclectic Arts District, and jumping Music Scene. If you are looking for a neighborhood where you can live in a Historically Significant home with near perfect weather, and be within walking distance of some of the best Dining Shopping to be found anywhere in the nation, North Park just might be for you.
If North Park sounds like a good fit for you and you would like help finding a home here, our Buyers Agents Svetlana, Dianna, and Linda would be happy to help you find YOUR San Diego Dream Home.
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