On the Pacific Coast you will find the beautiful city of San Diego, California. The birthplace of the state of California, San Diego sits adjacent to the Mexico border, just 120 miles south of Los Angeles. Home to around 1,381,000 residents, San Diego is known for its gorgeous year-round weather and extensive beaches. This remarkable city is home to around 200 deep canyons and hills, a natural deep-water harbor and the San Diego River which divides the city into northern and southern segments as it runs through the middle of San Diego from east to west.
San Diego not only has abundant natural beauty, but the city is also home to 52 Community Planning Areas. Each of these Planning Areas is composed of several smaller and distinct communities. Altogether San Diego is home to over 100 unique neighborhoods. The Planned Area of Navajo is found in the eastern part of San Diego and is comprised of approximately 14 square miles. Navajo is bounded by the San Diego River on the north, El Cajon and Santee on the east, La Mesa on the southeast, and I-8 on the south, and includes the neighborhoods of Allied Gardens, Del Cerro, Grantville and San Carlos. Allied Gardens is located in the eastern part of Navajo. A residential neighborhood, Allied Gardens is bordered by Del Cerro to the south, College Area to the southeast, San Carlos to the east and Grantville to the southwest.
The Allied Gardens neighborhood was developed in 1955 by Louis L. Kelton and Walter Bollenbacher. The community was named for their original business name, Allied Contractors. This family-friendly community is known for its abundance of parks and schools and is served by the San Diego Unified School District. Within Allied Gardens you’ll find Foster Elementary, Lewis Middle and Marvin Elementary schools. High school students in Allied Gardens attend Patrick Henry High School which is located between Del Cerro and San Carlos on Wandermere Avenue. With all of these remarkable features, Allied Gardens is a highly sought after address in the Navajo area of eastern San Diego. The average home price in eastern San Diego is around $579,000 but homes for sale in Allied Gardens vary in price depending upon the property’s age, size, location and special features. A condo or townhome can cost over $315,000 but the average listing price for a condo or townhome is around $249,000. Single family homes in the neighborhood of Allied Gardens can cost as much as $670,000 but the average listing price is closer to $556,000.
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