San Diego

Metro Central

Golden Hill

Golden Hill is one of San Diego’s most historic and architecturally eclectic neighborhoods. After its development began in 1869, it soon became San Diego’s most fashionable neighborhood and home to the city’s movers and shakers. Many of the area’s stately Victorian, Colonial Revival, and Craftsman homes have survived – designed by San Diego’s most notable architects. The City has designated a six-block area with the highest concentration of classic homes as the Golden Hill Historic District. In recent years, Golden Hill has been undergoing a renaissance, as neighboring South Park did a few years ago.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 21
  • High Sold Price: $1,395,000
  • Low Sold Price: $479,000
  • Median Sold Price: $630,000
  • Median List Price: $625,000
  • Median Market Days: 14

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 52
  • High Sold Price: $475,000
  • Low Sold Price: $210,000
  • Median Sold Price: $346,250
  • Median List Price: $349,450
  • Median Market Days: 13

Source: San Diego MLS

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Historic Properties

Golden Hill is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties – within or outside the historic district – may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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Kensington

Subdivided in the 1880s and developed during the 1920s, Kensington retains much of its original charm as one of San Diego’s earliest “streetcar suburbs.” This upscale enclave features many Tudor-style homes – apropos of its British name – and has an impressive collection of Spanish Revival style homes. Renowned architects had a profound influence on the architecture and character of the neighborhood. Kensington is also known for palm-lined streets and decades of art-house films screened at the Ken Cinema.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 62
  • High Sold Price: $2,025,000
  • Low Sold Price: $475,000
  • Median Sold Price: $1,012,500
  • Median List Price: $1,002,250
  • Median Market Days: 14

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 4
  • High Sold Price: $475,000
  • Low Sold Price: $300,000
  • Median Sold Price: $346,500
  • Median List Price: $340,000
  • Median Market Days: 6

Source: San Diego MLS

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Historic Properties

Kensington is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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Coming Soon Listings

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Normal Heights

Originally a twin neighborhood of Kensington, Normal Heights was also subdivided in the 1880s and developed during the 1920s. An abundance of old world character still exists here. Its name refers to the former State Normal School (teachers college) that opened in 1899 in University Heights to the west. Like other urban mesa neighborhoods north of Balboa Park, Normal Heights has a high rate of pedestrian activity. It boasts Antique Row, well-regarded used-book stores, and a landmark neon sign over Adams Avenue which identifies the neighborhood.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 90
  • High Sold Price: $1,300,000
  • Low Sold Price: $425,000
  • Median Sold Price: $625,450
  • Median List Price: $629,900
  • Median Market Days: 11

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 51
  • High Sold Price: $430,000
  • Low Sold Price: $199,000
  • Median Sold Price: $345,000
  • Median List Price: $349,000
  • Median Market Days: 12

Source: San Diego MLS

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Historic Properties

Normal Heights is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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Coming Soon Listings

Properties for sale in Normal Heights often get promoted before they are officially released to the market. Let us know what you are looking for and we will help you beat other buyers to these hot new listings.

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North Park

Founded in 1910, North Park is a neighborhood of mixed architectural styles from many eras. It includes the sub-neighborhoods of Altadena, Burlingame, and Morley Field. Burlingame is a historic district recognized by the City of San Diego for its Craftsman Bungalow, Tudor Revival, Mission Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival, Prairie School, Art Deco, and California Ranch classic houses. Morley Field area – lined with turn-of-the-century Craftsman and California Bungalows – is the site of the Dryden Historic District. Houses in these districts were designed by renowned architects and built by recognized master builders. North Park is dotted with trendy cafes, diners, coffee shops, microbreweries, boutiques, and galleries.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 251
  • High Sold Price: $2,100,001
  • Low Sold Price: $356,000
  • Median Sold Price: $706,500
  • Median List Price: $710,000
  • Median Market Days: 13

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 238
  • High Sold Price: $880,000
  • Low Sold Price: $152,250
  • Median Sold Price: $382,500
  • Median List Price: $385,000
  • Median Market Days: 12

Source: San Diego MLS

For a full complimentary report on the North Park market, people, economy, and quality of life, please CONTACT US.

Historic Properties

North Park is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties – within or outside the historic districts – may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

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Coming Soon Listings

Properties for sale in North Park often get promoted before they are officially released to the market. Let us know what you are looking for and we will help you beat other buyers to these hot new listings.

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South Park

Born as early as 1870, South Park is an eclectic mix of independent boutiques, cafes, and taverns surrounded by classic homes and public spaces. Various architectural styles are represented in South Park, including Craftsman and Spanish. For much of its existence, South Park was a part of Golden Hill, although the name would fall in and out of favor over the years. South Park has grown in stature and is well regarded as a lively and walkable neighborhood. It is also home to a historic districts recognized by the City of San Diego.

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Market

Houses

  • Total Sold in 2018: 42
  • High Sold Price: $1,279,860
  • Low Sold Price: $535,000
  • Median Sold Price: $778,500
  • Median List Price: $779,975
  • Median Market Days: 10

Condos

  • Total Sold in 2018: 1
  • High Sold Price: $364,000
  • Low Sold Price: $364,000
  • Median Sold Price: $364,000
  • Median List Price: $364,900
  • Median Market Days: 40

Source: San Diego MLS

For a full complimentary report on the South Park market, people, economy, and quality of life, please CONTACT US.

Historic Properties

South Park is populated with classic homes, many of which are designated as historic by the City or are potential candidates. These properties – within or outside the historic district – may qualify for substantial property tax reduction (20-70% savings).

FIND OUT MORE »

Coming Soon Listings

Properties for sale in South Park often get promoted before they are officially released to the market. Let us know what you are looking for and we will help you beat other buyers to these hot new listings.

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Buying & Selling Tips

Whether you are planning to buy or sell a property in South Park, these resources are sure to help you meet your real estate goals:

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