Paradise Hills Homes for Sale

Buyers with families should consider the popular San Diego neighborhood of Paradise Hills. Located in the southeastern area of the metropolis, Paradise Hills is removed from the noise of the city, yet close enough to enjoy amenities and conveniences near downtown. This outlying neighborhood is adjacent to the independent city of National City and the unincorporated communities of Lincoln Acres and Bonita. Paradise Hills homes for sale are predominantly single-family residential properties.

Paradise Hills Real Estate Stats

Average Home Price $527K
Lowest Price $2.5K
Highest Price $769K
Total Real Estate Listings 13
Avg. Days On Market 16
Avg. Price/SQFT $356

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The community of Paradise Hills is bordered by Rachael Avenue to the west, Paradise Valley Road to the north, State Route 54 to the south, and Dusk Drive and Potomac Street to the east. Paradise Hills homes for sale begin in value around $200,000 and extend upwards of $500,000 depending on the size, luxury, and location of the property.

Working individuals or those with a small family will find that there are several townhome complexes in the area. Consisting of floorplans with two or three bedrooms, these small homes can be the perfect first residence for buyers looking to get their foot in the door. It is possible to find townhomes that reflect older and newer construction, providing buyers with plenty of options.

Houses for sale in Paradise Hills range widely in architecture style. Some of the homes on this market feature strong Spanish designs with adobe exteriors and sandy-colored interiors. Others feature cedar shake exteriors and have a cozy cottage vibe. Others were recently constructed and bear the cool greys and dark hues of modern construction. As such, it is possible to find a home that fits your personal tastes and preferences. Most houses in this neighborhood face onto quiet streets with sidewalks. As many of the streets are cul-de-sacs, residents will find that through traffic on many streets is quite minimal, making these ideal homes for families with young children.

On the high end of the market, houses are accompanied by landscaped yards and backyard pools. Generally, buyers will find that luxury homes in this market are situated high on the hill where residents can appreciate sparkling views of San Diego’s downtown corridor and the blue hues of the ocean far in the distance. Inside, many of these exclusive properties boast granite countertops in the kitchen, his-and-hers sinks in the bathrooms, and floorplans that measure thousands of square feet. Perfect for entertaining, these houses have plenty of space for your family and friends.

Life In Paradise Hills

As a cozy community of less than 20,000 residents, Paradise Hills is a great space to raise a family. This San Diego neighborhood has a small-town feel, yet enjoys all of the big-city conveniences that are no more than a short distance away in the heart of the city. Most residents will find that all of their basic commercial services are provided by several small neighborhood retail centers scattered throughout the community.

Paradise Hills real estate is also within ten minutes of a major shopping complex along East Plaza Boulevard in the neighboring community of National City. There, shoppers will find everything from banks, to grocery stores, to department stores, to restaurants.

The Paradise Valley Hospital is also located nearby. The hospital was founded in 1904 and is the largest employer in National City. Because it is only a few minutes’ drive away, Paradise Hills real estate is popular among employees of the hospital.

For families with school-aged children, Paradise Hills has three schools for younger grades: St. Michaels Academy Preschool, William Penn Elementary School, and Pacific View Elementary. Pacific View Elementary serves more than 400 children between kindergarten to grade five and offers a rigorous program for gifted children. There is also the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts, which is intended for children in grades six through twelve who are interested in creative writing, dance, visual arts, theater, and music. As such, parents and children will find that they have ample options to choose from when it comes to selecting a school that fits their child’s needs.

When it comes to recreation, locals will find one public park within this community. Parkside Neighborhood Park is located in the south end of the community and includes a greenspace where children and dogs can frolic, a basketball court where adults can enjoy a game after work, a playground for the youngest members of the community, and picnic spaces where families can gather over an outdoor meal. Easy access to the South Bay Freeway also ensures that residents can quickly travel to locations like Sweetwater Summit Regional Park or the San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge.

Call us at 619-665-5360 today, or contact us online to discuss your wish list for the perfect Paradise Hills home to suit your needs.

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