On the hills just west of Mission Bay, is the neighborhood of Bay Park. Largely developed in the 1950s, this neighborhood is centrally located to enjoy the best of San Diego. Many of the homes have beautiful sunset views over Mission Bay to the Pacific Ocean.
From the Mission Bay Visitor’s Center at the foot of Clairemont Drive, you are looking up at the homes of Bay Park. Sometimes confused as Bay Ho, the neighborhood of Bay Park is bordered by Clairemont and Linda Vista to the east; the I-5 freeway, Mission Bay and Crown Point border on its western edge; Morena to the south; and by Balboa Ave. to the north (Bay Ho is located just to the north of Balboa Ave.).
Median real estate prices in this community are $557,813 and average rental prices are $1,738, according to Neighborhood Scout. Bay Park has an extremely low vacancy rate, meaning this neighborhood in San Diego is mainly owner occupied. Bay Park is very quiet and safe, which is perfect for families and retirees. Bay Park’s real estate is mainly detached single family homes mainly built between the 1970s and 1990s. In addition to the established homes, Bay Park also has some historic homes intermixed in the neighborhood, built between the 1930s and 1940s. Bay Park is unique because it offers a neighborhood feel to the community with views of the San Diego Bay, but without the noise, tourists, or high real estate prices that other communities in San Diego have, making this a true gem.
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