5 Units - University Heights
4560-66 Alabama Street
Sold for $1,200,000

If Location continues to  be a defining element for real estate value and if the ability to live the San Diego life is a prized amenity, then owning investment property in University Heights is both wise and lucky.

Well maintained property with many upgrades and improvements.

Four 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath Units
One 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Unit
Three Garages
Two off Street Parking Spaces
On-Site Laundry Facility

Each Unit has a Private Outdoor Space!

Contact Agents

Jim Greer
619-692-1628
Jim@JimGreer.com
Jimgreer.com
CalBRE#01240616

 

Julie Bourne
619.729.4301
BourneRealtor@gmail.com CalBRE#01441103





Nestled between Hillcrest, North Park and Normal Heights, University Heights has long enjoyed the vive of all three plus its own distinctive character. It’s a near perfect ‘urban suburb’ with its shops, bars, dining and the community’s iconic symbol, the Trolley Barn Park. It all keeps company with homes and units designed in a rich array of architectural styles. For the hearty, it a stretch of the leg or an enjoyable bike ride to Balboa Park, The Zoo and the hot uptown venues along University Avenue, 30th Street and Adams Avenue. The area is short minutes
by car to downtown, the beaches, the airport and Mission Valley’s shopping malls.

Named as it is because it’s original developers believed the University of Southern California would soon build a San Diego campus along its northern perimeter, the site later became the end of the line for the old Park Blvd trolley. When the trolley service was discontinued, a new and much loved City park was created and not surprisingly christened ‘The Trolley Barn Park’. Summer band concerts and other events bring neighbors together in a kind of outside ‘town hall’.