Carriage Hills, Spring Valley, CA 91978 Neighborhood Home Sale for the Last 6 Months-
Congratulations to the Stephens Family with their recent Carriage Hills home purchase before Halloween. They were able to settle in just in time to trick or treat and walk the neighborhood with their son.
Carriage Hills is a 295 unit single family home subdivision in the 91978 Spring Valley Zip code. These homes were built in 3 phases from 1970 to 1974. The average home square feet is 1,491 and there are single level and two story homes.
Below is the latest home sale data for he last 6 months. If you would like more information on this neighborhood message me for more information. – Jason
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Spring Valley is the largest un-incorporated community in the county of San Diego, covering thirteen and a half square miles. Located 11 miles east of the city of San Diego, Spring Valley is bordered by La Mesa and El Cajon to the North, Jamul and Dulzura to the East, Sweetwater and Bonita to the South, and Paradise Hills and Lemon Grove to the West. Within Spring Valley’s boundaries can be found a variety of smaller communities – Casa de Oro, Rancho San Diego, La Presa, Dictionary Hill, & Mt. Helix. Today it is dotted with condos and affordable homes to house its dense population of more than 100,000 residents.
Spring Valley is a community of rolling hills and countryside 17 miles East of San Diego. It is 481 feet above sea level, virtually smog free, and a 20-minute commute to downtown via Hwy 94. As part of San Diego County, Spring Valley offers a close-by geography sharing a landscape of choices, from bay front urban living to snow-dusted slopes in the rural backcountry in a mild climate influenced by ocean currents and abundant sunshine. Summer temperatures average 89 degrees and winter 61 degrees.
Spring Valley is the county’s largest unincorporated community, yet offers a “small town flavor” to each of its residents. Lifestyles range from apartment or town home residents to the urban professional, and on to those with larger properties for enjoying horses, livestock and rural community life.
Spring Valley looks to the County of San Diego for local services and governance. Neighbor to neighbor and community-wide, Spring Valley enjoys a long history of volunteerism and advocacy for its residents. Opportunities for participating and contributing to the community’s success abound, and it’s easy to get involved. In addition to an array of national and international service clubs and interest groups, locally focused organizations such as the Spring Valley Citizens Association and the Spring Valley Youth & Family Coalition welcome involvement from anyone interested in helping this community thrive. Grassroots support and community collaboration have been at the heart of many Spring Valley successes, including construction of a family health center and a beautiful new library. Construction of a shared-use gymnasium and Teen center, was the result of close collaboration between the County of San Diego, La Mesa-Spring Valley School District, and community stakeholders. The Spring Valley Community Center, which offers a range of services from senior adult lunches to a “Tiny Tot” school, is also the site of the Spring Valley “It’s How We Live!” healthy lifestyles fair, an annual event celebrating good health and a great community.