Lake Murray Neighborhood
Lake Murray is a beautiful, 198-acre reservoir built in 1916 after San Diego’s great floods. The 117-foot dam was named for James Murray, a Montana engineer who directed the building of this dam. It is also a wonderful park that offers walking trails, fishing including large mouth bass, bluegill, catfish, carp and rainbow trout. Photo Courtesy of SD Jewish World
Safeguarding the Reservoir
To make certain that pollutants from the sewers, automobiles and trash from these residential neighborhoods don’t run into the lake and foul the water supply, Lake Murray is surrounded by miles of diversion ditches. Donald H. Harrison, in his article San Diego’s historic places: Lake Murray. Map Photo Courtesy San Diego Real Estate News
Lake Murray is surrounded by large, better quality, single family homes priced from the $400,000 to $600,000s. It also offers some condominiums and townhomes starting in the $200,000s.
Lake Murray offers easy access to local areas by way of Route 125 and Route 8. Close by are the communities of La Mesa, Santee, College, and Lemon Grove.
The weather in Southern California is warm and arid providing three seasons of outdoor living. Photo Courtesy of Jack 100 Playground Project
The median age for this neighborhood is 30s and 40s. The median home prices are in the $400,000s.
Interested in touring some homes and seeing this great La Mesa neighborhood? Give Rosemary a call at 619.405.7673.
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