Kensington Homes for Sale
Kensington Real Estate
Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Kensington, San Diego CA.
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Relocating to Kensington San Diego
This is where we will tell you all the great things about Kensington, San Diego - a San Diego Neighborhood with amazing views!
The history of Kensington is unique in that its origins begin in 1910 with women landowners. The land was originally part of Rancho Mission land used by the Catholic church for numerous missions in the area. Kensington is a Spanish-styled San Diego County neighborhood just south of the 8 highway in San Diego County. Those who are seeking a close community that combines historic craftsman design with modern convenience and a touch of New England flair would love living in Kensington.
Kensington Real Estate
Living in Kensington
Kensington is known for its community feel. There are many annual traditions. There is a Memorial Day Parade every year as well as Fourth of July activities. Independence Day typically features a block party and a street basketball tournament for the whole family. In addition to those major events, there are many streets where neighbors plan their own get-togethers regularly.
Schools in Kensington
The Kensington area has wonderful schools available for its residents.
Some of the public schools that are highly rated are as follows:
Cost of Living in Kensington
More than 1.4 million people call San Diego home with Kensington as one of the many cities within. Due to San Diego's robust population and its desirable real estate, the cost of living in San Diego is more expensive than the typical U.S. city. That means that, on average, it will cost more to purchase the same amount of goods and services than it would elsewhere. Using the same standard, the cost of living for California as a whole is around 150%, so higher expenses than average in San Diego may be expected.
Things To Do & Places to Eat
There is a downtown Kensington district that is full of small trendy shops and more than a dozen restaurants. Kensington residents love to walk their dogs and tend to take them everywhere. All of Kensington's restaurants have outside seating, so you can dine anywhere with your dog by your side. Along Adams Ave in the center of a town that spans five blocks, one can find nearly a dozen restaurants, a library, a park with a playground, a bank, a couple of salons, an organic grocer, a small gym, a deli, and liquor store, an ice-cream parlor, a classic one-screen cinema, and a nightclub that is a destination for cheap drinks, live music, and stand-up comedy.
Here are some of the places you should be sure to visit when you plan a stop in Kensington, San Diego.
Kensington is an eclectic gathering of architectural styles, winding streets, and ornate lamp posts, with no shortage of activities for its residents and visitors to the area.