Normal Heights Real Estate Stats
|Average Home Price||$832K|
|Total Real Estate Listings||10|
|Avg. Days On Market||14|
Property Types (active listings)
Search Normal Heights Real Estate Listings
|All Listings||Under $100,000||$300,000 - $400,000|
|$400,000 - $500,000||$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000|
|$800,000 - $900,000||Over $1,000,000|
Inside Normal Heights Homes For Sale
The Normal Heights real estate market is rife with opportunity for buyers of every budget, whether they’re searching for a single-bedroom apartment or a handsome single-family house. Normal Heights homes for sale range widely in value. Those on the hunt for a first apartment will find that it is possible to find a cozy suite to call your own for as little as $100,000.
The majority of this market is made up of detached, single-family houses. Many of these houses were built in the 1930s and 1940s. As such, each home has its own unique charms and quirks. Since they were initially constructed, some of these houses have undergone renovations to incorporate modern conveniences and contemporary finishes. As such, it is possible to find old homes that brag granite countertops throughout the house, hardwood cabinets in the kitchen, and trendy, glass, finger tiles in the bathroom.
By contrast, some of the houses established in this era were never renovated and still stand in exactly the same form as they were when they were first sold. For buyers with construction skills, these homes can be the perfect opportunity to buy an old home at a great value and renovate the interior until it reflects exactly the kind of place you and your family would like to live.
However, not every home in Normal Heights was developed in the 1930s and 1940s. Some of the most prestigious properties in the area reflect recent construction techniques and were developed within the past decade. With stylish, new interiors and contemporary conveniences, these houses feel very new. Those who invest in homes like these will find that they can rest easy knowing that their freshly minted home will not experience any of the drawbacks associated with old age and that for many years they can enjoy minimal home maintenance.
Living In Normal Heights
Living in Normal Heights means a convenient lifestyle close to an abundance of great amenities. As one of the most walkable San Diego neighborhoods, residents of Normal Heights real estate can enjoy a convenient way of life, free from hours spent in traffic gridlocks. During a stroll along Adams Avenue, residents can accomplish nearly every item on their to-do list. Pick up some dinner ingredients at the health food store, or enjoy a cup of coffee at one of the many cafés or restaurants in the area. Take a trip to the dentist, or swing by the bank. Take a yoga class, or delight in a live musical performance. Along Adams Avenue, there is no shortage of things to do.
Normal Heights has a unique culture of antique shops and music stores. Each year in September, the Adams Avenue Street Fair takes place. This fair is the largest free music festival in Southern California. In April, another free music festival, the Adams Avenue Unplugged, transforms the area in a vibrant space full of music.
Families with children will find that there are two centrally located elementary schools within this community. Normal Heights Elementary School first opened its doors in 2006 and services children from kindergarten through grade five. John Adams Elementary School prides itself on exceptional student achievement and boasts an incredible playground that it shares with the city of San Diego Parks and Recreation Department. Mature students will find that the San Diego Community College District is located on the north end of this neighborhood.
Within the city of San Diego, Normal Heights enjoys a premium location near to some of the finest recreation opportunities in the municipality. The San Diego River and the many public natural spaces that line its shores can be found directly to the north. Qualcomm Stadium is less than ten minutes away from many Normal Heights homes. There, residents can catch a musical performance or a major sporting event. The popular stadium has hosted three Super Bowls, two World Series, and Major League Soccer Games since it opened in 1997. A short drive to the east, residents will find the expansive Balboa Park which is home to the famous San Diego Zoo, seventeen museums, and dozens of walking trails.