In Mission Hills, one of the most different neighborhoods in all of San Diego, you’ll discover a breath of fresh air. In a world of cookie cutter homes in boring suburban neighborhoods, Mission Hills stands out as special. Upon seeing it first hand you’ll understand what I mean. In fact, for the not-so-average San Diego Real Estate home buyer, I’d be willing to bet that Mission Hills would be love at first sight.

William Hebbard, Emmor Brooke Weaver, Richard Requa, Joel E. Brown and William Templeton Johnson. To the lay person those names may not mean much. However, if you’re a fan of architecture you’ll know that these names belong to some of the most innovative and creative architects in the last century. And they all built in Mission Hills.

Now, that may sound like the only real estate available in Mission Hills is going to be exorbitantly priced. Well, no. That’s not true at all. In fact, in Mission hills you’ll discover some of the nicest, quaintest, most affordable San Diego homes on the market. You’ll even be able to find the ultra-affordable foreclosure in Mission Hill if you look close enough.

With Mission Hill you also get something that not a lot of neighborhoods can offer. See, not only is there a residential feel thats perfect for families and people hoping to find some peace and quiet, but it’s also just North of Downtown San Diego. Which means you’ll never be lacking for entertaining ways to spend your days and evenings. And if you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the Downtown area, then look no further to the South of Mission Hills. There’ll you’ll find the serene San Diego River Valley.

Mission Hills is one of the oldest neighborhoods in San Diego. It’s breathed life into the region for over 100 years. It’s centrally located in the city and has been a home to great creative minds. No one like has the inside track when it comes to making this eclectic and unique neighborhood your new home.

The only thing left to ask yourself is are you “open” to making an “offer”?

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