On the Pacific Coast of beautiful Southern California there is a major city adjacent to the Mexico border, just 120 miles south of Los Angeles. That remarkable city is San Diego, California. San Diego is home to over 1,381,000 residents and is the 8th largest city in the United States and 2nd largest city in California. Known for its gorgeous year-round weather and extensive beaches, San Diego was the birthplace of the California. The beautiful San Diego River divides the city into northern and southern segments as it runs through the middle of San Diego from east to west.
San Diego is composed of 52 individual Community Planning Areas, each of them home to several distinct smaller neighborhoods. Altogether the city of San Diego has over 100 neighborhoods within its borders. In the eastern part of San Diego there is a hilly community known as Navajo. Navajo is one of the 52 Planning Areas and is home to the smaller neighborhoods of Allied Gardens, Del Cerro, Grantville and San Carlos. The Navajo area is approximately 14 square miles and is bounded by the San Diego River on the north, I-8 on the south, Santee and El Cajon on the east, and La Mesa on the southeast. This beautiful area is known for its natural attractions including Lake Murray, Mission Trails Regional Park and the San Diego River. San Carlos is an upscale community within Navajo that is bordered by Allied Gardens, Del Cerro, La Mesa, Tierrasanta and Mission Trails Regional Park. Cowles Mountain adds beauty to the neighborhood and is known as the “jewel” of San Carlos.
The San Carlos community consists primarily of single-family homes and is geographically defined by its close proximity to Lake Murray and Mission Trails Regional Park. The neighborhood was named after its developer, Carlos Tavares, and is served by the San Diego Unified School District. Within the community there are multiple schools, including: Benchley/Weinberger Elementary, Dailard Elementary, Gage Elementary, Green Elementary, Lewis Middle, Patrick Henry High and Pershing Middle schools. Patrick Henry High School also serves the neighboring communities of Allied Gardens and Del Cerro. All of these wonderful features make San Carlos a highly sought after address in the Navajo community of eastern San Diego. Homes for sale in the San Carlos neighborhood vary in age, size, style, special features and location. The homes in San Carlos also come in a broad price range depending upon those factors.
If you would like to buy a home in the San Carlos neighborhood of eastern San Diego, or if you have questions regarding other real estate options in the San Diego area, please do not hesitate to contact us today for more information.
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