Vista La Mesa

vista la mesa mapBuilt After WWII

Built in the late 1940s, the Vista section of historic La Mesa encapsulates charm, the craftsmanship of a bygone era, and affordability here in the Jewel of the Hills. Located between University, Hoffman, Massachusetts and 69th Street, this neighborhood is literally right across University from Rolando Knolls.

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Only minutes away from the fun and excitement of downtown La Mesa Village bars, restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques and more, it’s also close to San Diego State University and all of the Aztecs sports they offer. Sandwiched in between Vista La Mesa and Rolando Knolls it the outstanding Kroc Center.

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Why Vista La Mesa?

 As with other war and post war construction, there is just a quaintness here. The neighborhood feels good. Homes are full of character and have an intimate, well-constructed quality and the ones that have been updated, look wonderful!  Sold homes in Vista La Mesa since January of this year range anywhere from the low $200s to $450.

  vista la mesa neighborhood parkOther Bright Spots..

The Vista La Mesa Elementary — which has a four star rating from parents, Vista La Mesa Park, on King and Hoffman Streets, has a Little league field, a tot lot, horseshoes, and parking for 25 cars.

Interested in finding out more about Vista La Mesa, or want to schedule an appointment to check some homes? Give me a call at 619-405-7673, or email me at info@LivinInLaMesa.com.

 

Check out some of my favorite La Mesa Neighborhoods:

La Mesa Village

Eastridge

Fletcher Hills

Windsor Hills

Porter Hill

San Carlos

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