Above Old Town and with perspectives of the Downtown Skyline, Point Loma, and Coronado, Mission Hills is one of San Diego’s most untainted neighborhoods with Craftsman style homes and rich gullies. To start with subdivided in 1908, a significant number of its homes were composed by San Diego’s chief draftsmen, including William Hebbard, William Templeton Johnson, Emmor Brooke Weaver, Cliff May and Richard Requa.

Go for a walk through the area and you will value its rich design texture. As opposed to pervasive cutout subdivisions, Mission Hills displays a network where memorable conservation and reclamation are neighborhood points of intrigue.

With simple access to downtown nightlife, shorelines, Balboa Park and the airport, Mission Hills is an advantageous and favored address.

Notwithstanding its warm private feel, Mission Hills has a dynamic business network offering fine feasting and shops. Nearby entrepreneurs join residents at different yearly occasions like Summer Concerts in the Park, Garden visits, Halloween, and Fourth of July with an area parade.

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