About North Park
Current Prices: $415,000 to $1,795,000
Closed Prices: $182,000 to $2,494,180
Median Sale Price: $676,000
Average $ per sq ft: $718
Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $507, $90 to $1687/mo
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1912 to 2021
Sq. Ft.: 313 to 3331 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 6 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 4 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 4 acres
Around North Park
Charming Craftsman homes sit amidst ubiquitous apartment buildings, old and new. Affordability and walkability are key considerations in determining the ideal living locale. The major thoroughfares through North Park include El Cajon Boulevard, University Avenue and 30th Street. The closer to 30th Street, the better for experiencing popular restaurants, bars, and art venues. Cross streets, named for states, are as diverse as the states themselves. Make sure your dwelling comes with at least one parking spot if you don't want to be a hostage to decent parking.
North Park is on the cutting edge of culinary trends, offering everything from ramen to upscale tacos to savory donuts to non-traditional waffles with creative toppings. Coffee houses are abundant, often offering similarly unique menus for those putting in study or work time or catching up with friends.
Long-time residents, young families, and cool young people dressed in their finest thrift store finds. All ages and walks of life can find appealing food, shopping, and entertainment in this vibrant neighborhood.
Young people crowd bars and lounges, while residents and visitors of all ages and backgrounds enjoy the vast array of food choices and people watching. You will see more dogs than children in this popular urban neighborhood, though North Park is evolving constantly and friendly to all. Take an Uber or Lyft, or prepare for a lengthy stroll, as parking is notoriously difficult in this popular locale.
Grab a coffee or enjoy the scenery of one of North Park's eating establishments or breweries from the patio while soaking up San Diego's year-round sunshine and warm temperatures. Hunt for treasures at thrift stores and book shops, or attend religious services at one of North Park's various places of worship.
- Growing creative arts scene
- Options for eating, drinking, and shopping
Locals Don't Love
- Difficult parking
- Rising cost of housing
Neighborhood Reviews3 Reviews
Love North Park
Very cool neighborhood
Hip without the Hype
buyers and sellers in this neighborhood.