The general area of these four neighborhoods are some of the most all-American places you can buy a house in San Diego County. Residents living here also have great access to San Diego city and other neighborhoods since they live near Interstate 8. Being within easy access to the city, a lot of people opt to commute to and from their jobs in the neighboring areas in the county as well.
These adjacent communities are tailormade for families and are well-known for their low crime rates, which are some of the best in the county, their great schools, with most of them ranked very highly, and with the sheer amount of things to keep kids occupied all-year-round. There are a lot of fantastic amenities packed in the roughly 14 square miles these neighborhoods are sitting on. Places like the San Carlos Recreation Center, the Fletcher Hills Community Center, the Princess Del Cerro Park, and the Lake Murray Reservoir are all open to serve residents.
Residents also take advantage of their proximity to places like the Mission Trails Regional Park, the Navajo Canyon, and the Torrey Pines State Reserve, all of which offer lots of hiking, biking, and camping opportunities for those who prefer to stay active.
A lot of homes in the area have scenic views on the count of their location on hillsides. This adds to the fantastic rural/suburban vibe the area exudes.
Residents living in the area need not worry about not finding great places to eat or shops since they have excellent access to various shopping centers located in and around the county. If you are a foodie and want to get a taste of what the local establishments have to offer, be sure to visit places like Cucina Basilico, Crack Taco Shop, and Del’s Hideout.
If you want to move to an all-American, scenic, and easily accessible place to live, give these four neighborhoods a visit, and you might just fall in love.