Newly remodeled North Clairemont single level 3-bd 2-ba home with 2-car garage & fenced backyard. Open floor plan with vaulted ceiling, recessed LED lighting, and combo living/dining room. Large kitchen island is great for cooking, entertaining & storage. Ceiling fans throughout with modern laminate flooring, new interior/exterior paint, light fixtures & cabinetry. Features all new appliances, plumbing, gas heater, & permitted 200 AMP electric service. Lawn irrigation sprinklers in front & backyard.
Clairemont Mesa lies south of SR-52, west of I-805 and east of I-5. It was one
of the first post World War II suburban developments built in the 1950s and
1960s. Two major canyons define the area–Tecolote Canyon cuts through the
center of the community and San Clemente is on its northern edge. Houses
are built on the mesas. Many neighborhoods enjoy views of Mission Bay and
ocean beyond; others have canyon views.
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Commercial areas along Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, Balboa Avenue and
Morena Boulevard provide shopping and services for residents of the area.
Clairemont Town Square provides one-stop access to major shops and
restaurants. The area also is home to the offices of the Archdiocese of San Diego.
Clairemont Town Square
4821 Clairemont Dr. / San Diego, CA 92117
Management Office: (858) 272-0992
Clairemont Town Square has a diverse selection of stores to meet your
shopping needs. We have everything from apparel to crafts. We even have a
great selection of restaurants to wet your appetite.
Tecolote Canyon Natural Park
5180 Tecolote Road
Centuries ago, the Kumeyaay Indians found food and shelter in Tecolote
Canyon, a place that today is rich with history. It has been designated as a
cartographic feature on area maps for nearly two centuries and was given the
name Tecolote, or owl, for the diminutive raptor that lives in this canyon.
One of the first settlers was Judge Hyde who built a home and began farming
in Tecolote Canyon in 1872. Farming and ranching continued until World War II
and as late as 1953, cattle were still grazing the canyon. Startled residents
sometimes found mounted cowboys herding strays out of the backyards of their
The City of San Diego acquired this land and it was dedicated on April 1, 1978.
The new park was officially named Tecolote Canyon Natural Park and the first
members of the Tecolote Canyon Citizens’ Advisory Committee were sworn in.
With the help of City Park Rangers, dedicated community members help
preserve and protect the canyon’s natural state.
Today, Tecolote Canyon Natural Park & Nature Center offers its visitors a variety
of educational and recreational opportunities. The Canyon has approximately
6.5 miles of trails that can be used for jogging walking and mountain biking.
Also available to visitors is the newly constructed Nature Center which offers a
host of exhibits on the animal and plant life of the Canyon. The Nature Center
is also available for meetings, workshops, classes and special events. Please
contact the Center Director at (858) 581-9959 for more information.
Marian Bear Memorial Park
Located off of SR-52 at Regents Road and Genesee Avenue.
Marian Bear Memorial Park is located in San Clemente Canyon stretching from
Interstate 5 to Interstate 805. The park provides a natural setting in the midst
of a bustling urban area. The 467 acres of dedicated natural parkland include
finger canyons and mesas on the south side with a rich and diverse history.
The public can enjoy over three miles of mostly flat trails along the length of
the canyon. More challenging hiking is available on the trails in several of the
finger canyons leading up to the mesa tops. Biking is permitted on the
maintenance roads in the canyon; no equestrian use is permitted. Major entries
to the park are off Genesee Avenue and Regents Road where parking and picnic
areas with restroom facilities are available.
A Park Ranger assigned to the park area provides interpretive programs, public
assistance, guidance, enforcement, and protection. Volunteers are always
welcomed in the maintenance and operation of the park.
Information for all parks may be obtained by calling (619) 685-1300 or by
visiting the Park and Recreation website: www.sandiego.gov/park-andrecreation/
North Clairemont Branch Library
4616 Clairemont Drive / San Diego, CA 92117
Clairemont Branch Library
2920 Burgener Boulevard / San Diego, CA 92110
Balboa Branch Library
4255 Mt. Abernathy Avenue / San Diego, CA 92117
North Clairemont Recreation Center
4421 Bannock Avenue / (858) 581-9926
South Clairemont Recreation Center
3065 Clairemont Drive / (858) 581-9924
Cadman Recreation Center
4280 Avati Drive / (858) 581-9929
Kearny Mesa Recreation Center
3170 Armstrong Street / (858) 573-1387
Tecolote Recreation Center
4675 Tecolote Road / (858) 581-9930
San Diego Unified School District
4100 Normal Street / San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 725-8000 / www.sandi.net
4680 Hidalgo Ave. (92117)
(858) 273-3415 / new.sandi.net/schools/alcott
4370 Kamloop Ave. (92117)
4375 Bannock Ave. (92117)
(858) 273-3323 / new.sandi.net/schools/field
4750 Lehrer Dr. (92117)
4902 Mt. Ararat Dr. (92111)
(858) 496-8110 / new.sandi.net/schools/holmes
6125 Printwood Way (92117)
4133 Mt. Albertine Ave. (92111)
(858) 496-8400 / sandi.net/LindberghSchweitzer
7470 Bagdad St. (92111)
4690 Limerick Ave. (92117)
(858) 496-8240 / new.sandi.net/schools/sequoia
3350 Baker St. (92117)
(858) 273-0294 / www.sandi.net/toler
4050 Appleton St. (92117)
(858) 273-2700 / www.sandi.net/whitman
5095 Arvinels Ave. (92117)
(858) 278-5948 / www.imiddle.org
3799 Clairemont Dr. (92117)
(858) 273-2030 / www.marstonmiddle.org
4150 Ute Dr. (92117)
(858) 273-0201 / sandi.net/Clairemonths
Kearny High Educational Complex
7651 Wellington St. (92111)
4833 Doliva Dr. (92117)
(858) 496-8410 / www.madison.sandi.net