About Mission Hills Homes for Sale
If you are seeking Mission Hills homes for sale, you have zeroed in on a remarkable community. Before moving to Point Loma, I spent many years happily living in Mission Hills. My kids also attended school there for a time. Mission Hills has historic roots, and it shows. The area was first settled in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, when it became an official San Diego neighborhood. Craftsman and Spanish style architecture pervades in Mission Hills. Many homes close to 100 years old have been lovingly cared for and are still proudly on display today.
About Mission Hills
Mission Hills is centrally located between Hillcrest, Mission Valley, Old Town and Little Italy. The majority of restaurants, cafes and shopping are located on Washington Street. There are several residential areas in Mission Hills that are filled with charming homes. Beautiful Pioneer Memorial Park is nestled between homes as well as the local school, Grant (K-8). The park is a popular destination for walks among the trees, summer concerts and the playground. Mission Hills is very walkable and filled with tree-lined canyons. The neighborhood is situated towards the middle of San Diego and close to just about everything. A quick drive down Washington towards the I-5 can take you Downtown, Little Italy, Bankers Hill, Old Town, or Mission Valley in minutes. Heading east on Washington or University can take you to Hillcrest, North Park, Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo, or University Heights. Mission Hills can is central but still has a surprisingly serene quiet residential environment. For more insights into the area, be sure to take a look at our Mission Hills Neighborhood Guide.
Mission Hills Real Estate
Mission Hills homes for sale are stereotypically beautifully maintained craftsman houses, some of which are historically significant. Although you can find modern homes and varying architectural styles, Mission Hills homes for sale can range from 100+ years old to freshly remodeled. There seems to be a concerted ethic among Mission Hills homeowners to maintain the historic charm that makes the neighborhood so unique. If you are not scared off by an older home, Mission Hills is an excellent neighborhood to consider. Mission Hills homes for sale tend to exceed the million dollar price point. Some of the larger luxury homes in North Mission Hills are well into multi-million dollar pricing. Although you can find a handful of townhomes and condos in Mission Hills, they are relatively rare. You can find current real estate market trends and local Mission Hills school information after clicking on any of the featured Mission Hills Homes for sale listed below. The listing details will not only provide insights on each home, but also into Mission Hills home prices, inventory, etc.
Although many San Diego neighborhoods have numerous sub-neighborhoods, Mission Hills is mostly divided into these two distinct areas:
North Mission Hills | South Mission Hills