Serra Mesa real estate consists of predominantly older houses built in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Just North of Mission Valley, between the I-15 and I-805, it is a Central San Diego community. The zip code for this area is 92123.
Serra Mesa real estate may be purchased here that range from the mid $300’s up to the $500’s. Great for young couples who want their first house, Serra Mesa offers affordability and convenience.
There are a few Serra Mesa condo complexes which are close to Aero drive and again offer great affordability. The most popular of these include ‘Woodbridge’ and ‘Allure.’ Woodbridge condos feature a two story floor plan. Allure is a condo conversion so the interiors are far more modern featuring granite counters, and an ‘updated’ look. Condos in these complexes start under $200,000.
There are two worthy condo/townhome communities of note. The first is ‘Stonecrest’ which is a planned community featuring condos, townhomes, and detached houses. Prices here start in the high $300’s with houses going into the $600’s. This popular community features a lively clubhouse with fitness classes, gym, swimming pool, and play area. Tennis courts are also available within this community. Homes in this community were developed in the early 1990’s.This area is also known as ‘Mission Village.’
The newest complex in this area is ‘Spectrum’ Located on the border of Clairemont, this San Diego community offers a mix of retail, industrial, and residential property. There are 4 distinct town home communities featuring different floor plans and price ranges 1) Promenade 2) Tribeca 3) Esplanade and 4) Boardwalk. Built in 2003-2004, these homes are contemporary, updated, and often ready for move-in. These units feature 2 and 3 story floorplans. This has been a popular choice among buyers not only for its modern architecture but for its low HOA fees which are often under $200/month.
1. Centrally located San Diego neighborhood
2. Wide variety of types of homes
3. One of the more affordable neighborhoods in San Diego