Exploring National City
National City is the second oldest community in San Diego, just south of downtown San Diego and a few minutes away from the Mexico border. This community is rich in history, featuring historic sites, rich Victorian architecture, shopping, great restaurants and much more.
The distinctive ocean breeze can be felt throughout this location, as in many places of San Diego. Creating characteristics as if the beach is just around the corner. In fact, with the close proximity of the I-5, I-805, and South Bay Fwy (54), Imperial Beach to Ocean, Mission and Pacific Beach are within a few minutes of reach.
A very popular area for a more economical and bang for your buck lifestyle of living for any individual or family, and a great choice for any first-time homebuyer, investor, or move-up homebuyer.
One of the beautiful traits about National City is the vast choice of multicultural dining. From Filipino cuisines, Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, American and an extensive choice of Mexican food joints to choose from, you’re pallet can satisfy itself in a heartbeat.
Leisure & Recreational Fun
On sunny days, which a majority of its days in San Diego is well known for. You can find yourself soaking in the sun with breathtaking views at the new Pepper Park, featuring 5.5 waterfront acres of scenery with a fishing pier, boat launch, and picnic areas.
In the same fashion, if you and/or the family and friends like to take fun to the next level, you can head over to Kimball Park, where you will find a 30 acre built sports facility that includes baseball fields, tennis, basketball courts, and a new skate park!
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