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Open Houses to See This Weekend

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We took a quick break from looking at open houses to cover San Diego Startup Week, and a new report came out that says the median price for a home in San Diego is now $490,000. Buckle up for a ride around the county and let’s see what’s on the market.

 

This home is near Manzanita Canyon and priced at $429,000. | Photo by RE/MAX Fidelity/Screenshot from Redfin

Our first stop is in City Heights, to check out a home that looks like it’s in North Park, without a North Park price. The three-bedroom house was built in 1930 on 5,000 square feet of land and is going for $429,000. It’s open Saturday afternoon.

 

A view in Talmadge on almost 9,000 square feet of land. | Photo by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage/Screenshot from Redfin

Heading north on Euclid Avenue brings us to Talmadge, where this three-bedroom home is listed for $769,000. This popular neighborhood has long been considered a more affordable alternative to Kensington; could that era be ending? Make an appointment to see the property (and that view from the backyard deck!)

 

Head east from Talmadge to Rolando to find more square footage and lower costs. | Photo by Steven G Fraioli & Associates/Screenshot from Redfin

Going east to Rolando, there’s a bigger home and a steep drop in price: Two stories, four bedrooms, and 2,272 square feet for $639,000. And it has a pool, too!

 

This cute bungalow in Hillcrest is open this Saturday. | Photo by Turn Key Real Estate/Screenshot from Redfin

Trekking back toward the ocean, we wanted to take a look at an 800-square-foot house that’s selling for $576,000. No surprise, it’s on a corner in Hillcrest. And yes, it’s adorable... but it’s 800 square feet. It’s open this Saturday if you want to peek inside.

 

There’s a newly vacant unit in the Pinnacle Marina Tower. | Photo by Pacific Sotheby's International Realty

We’re dropping you off near the harbor so you can get a glimpse of what a unit on the 30th floor of the Pinnacle Marina Tower looks like. It has marble floors, a huge balcony, and a fancy kitchen. Living here comes with a concierge service, and your overnight guests can stay in their own suite. It can all be yours for $1.875 million.

 

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