Our general perception of living in an urban environment is congestion. There is good congestion. Seeing neighbors walking by with groceries and getting to know the members of a community is good congestion. Bad congestion is hearing your neighbors and your neighborhood noise more often than you would like. Having shared walls makes this more of an issue. Fortunately downtown San Diego also has homes that are separate houses without shared walls. My favorite development of this nature is on the corner of 10th Avenue and F Street in East Village. It is called Rowhomes on F. The townhomes are not connected. At first glance they appear to be. The concrete walls and the detached nature of the home make it quieter than an attached townhouse. Each home is a separated by a few inches.These homes also share a large common area that is secluded from the street view. The sense of privacy within the city is a welcome bonus to living close to the major amenities of downtown San Diego. Detached row homes rarely become available. We will keep you in the loop if you are interested.Colleen K. CotterBroker AssociateCA BRE 01325265
About Colleen K. Cotter - mySanDiegoAgent Realty Group
The mySanDiegoAgent Realty Group provides professional real estate consultation in the areas of residential, income properties, luxury rentals, short sales, first time home Buyers, real estate for senior citizens, real estate issues related to divorce, military and corporate relocation. We are experts in downtown San Diego and coastal properties especially Coronado, Encinitas and Point Loma, downtown lofts and condos, urban planning and sports team seasonal placements.
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