To learn more about Mission Hills visit OurMissionHills.com, it is the single source of information on the neighborhood including: events, groups, parks, schools, businesses, and the farmers market!
Located just west of Hillcrest and overlooking Mission Valley and Presidio Park, Mission Hills is one of San Diego’s oldest and most desirable neighborhoods. The area was developed in the early 1900s and is one of the most architecturally impressive neighborhoods – most of the area restored to pristine conditions.
Mission Hills was subdivided in 1908, and over the years, some of San Diego’s premier architects designed homes in the neighborhood, including Richard Requa, William E. Hebbard, William Templeton Johnson, Emmor Brooke Weaver, Nathan Rigdon, and Joel E. Brown. More modern homes were built along the canyon rims by well-known architects Lloyd Ruocco, Homer Delawie, John Lloyd Wright and Sim Bruce Richards. The local horticulturalist Kate Sessions helped to influence development in Mission Hills and founded the Mission Hills Nursery, which is still an active business (since 1910).
What makes it so special?
Just a stroll through the neighborhoods north of West Washington Street and you’ll want to live in Mission Hills. Old stately homes, quaint craftsman bungalows, and large mansions – all immaculately manicured on quiet streets give Mission Hills its appeal. Proabably one of biggest appeals of Mission Hills is it’s proximity to everything. It’s the perfect central location of San Diego! Check out more about Mission Hills by visiting my neighborhood real estate blog at: http://www.metrohomenews.com/. Finally we get our own Farmer’s Market right in the heart of Mission Hills in San Diego. Starting this Friday, June 25th, over 40 vendors have signed up to offer their fresh organic vegetables, fruits, flowers, gifts, and too many other delicious items to list.
Why Friday night? So not to compete with the other nearby Farmer’s Markets on the weekend and what a perfect way to get your fresh food before the weekend. The market will run every Friday from 3-7pm on Falcon Street between Washington and Ft. Stockton.
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