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Homes for Sale in Mission Valley
Single-family homes in Mission Valley include the popular Spanish-inspired ranch and cottage-style homes beginning under 1,000 square feet in the high $400,000 through gated communities in the mid-$500,000s, up to estate homes listed above $1 million near Presidio Park and Old Town San Diego State Historical Park. Investment opportunities also exist with an active short sale and foreclosure market.
Mission Valley Real Estate & Attractions
Mission Valley is a desirable area not only for its many housing styles and options, but also because of its location within the highway system around San Diego. It largely lies between Interstate 5 to the west and Interstate 15 to the east, divided in the middle by State Route 163. Because of this easy highway access, residents can get around with ease. There are a multitude of shopping venues including Fashion Valley Mall, which contains luxury stores like Neiman-Marcus, Tiffany, Apple, and Gucci, just to name a few. Hazard Center Mall and Westfield Mission Valley Mall are also lively and attractive shopping areas as well. After a day of shopping or squiring your out-of-town guest around, you’ll have a variety of dining options from local eateries to chain restaurants in a casual or fine dining setting. This area is said to have some of the best, most authentic Mexican cuisine in the region. The area attractions are right in your backyard. Take in a Chargers or SDSU Aztec football game in the neighborhood at Qualcomm Stadium or explore the historical offerings of Presidio Park, Old Town San Diego Historic Park, or Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcalá, one of the still-active missions that line the California coast. Entertainment venues abound also. Play a round at Riverwalk Golf Course or get wet at Sea World San Diego and the San Diego Zoo. Hear your choice of live music at nightclubs and restaurants in San Diego’s downtown Gaslamp Quarter.
There are a multitude of public schools in the Mission Valley vicinity. Some of those serving the community include Cubberly Elementary, Taft Middle, and Patrick Henry High School. The Francis W. Parker School is also located in the neighborhood and is San Diego's oldest and largest independent, non-denominational, co-ed day school. The greater San Diego metropolitan area has many higher education opportunities for students of all ages, some of which include: San Diego State University, San Diego Mesa College, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, Grossmont College, and the University of San Diego.
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