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202- 21 Second Avenue

202- 21 Second Avenue, San Diego, 92101, CA

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202- 21 Second Avenue Description
1st floor 1/1 apt in heart of Bankers Hill! Walk to Balboa Park and Little Italy Farmers Market! - 1st floor historic 1/1 apartment available late January! Light colored laminate flooring in main room. Refrigerator and gas stove included in kitchen. Extra dining room space. Lots of storage space! Double pane windows with air ventilation system (not A/C). Laundry on site. Water/sewer/trash paid by owner. Walk to Balboa Park, Little Italy Farmers Market, and all the amazing shops and restaurants in Bankers Hill!

$1395.00 rent and $1395.00 deposit

$37.00 Application fee.

Unit can be held for 10 days from approval date.

Available late January! Street parking only. On-site laundry.

Cats ok with $100.00 per cat and $10.00 monthly pet rent per cat. Two cat maximum. Sorry, NO DOGS.

Available showings M-F 9am-5pm.


Seville Realty Group 4421 Park Blvd San Diego, CA 92116 Phone (619) 260-8121 WWW.SEVILLEMGMT.COM BRE # 01924177. Equal Housing opportunity.

No Dogs Allowed

Floor Plans
202- 21 Second Avenue is a 24-unit apartment complex featuring 1 Bed floorplans.
Layout Size Price
1 bed / 1 bath 525.0 sqft $1,395
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
202- 21 Second Avenue Amenities
Pet Policy
Cat Friendly
Dogs Not Allowed
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UVA, Naval Academy
Great place!
Coronado Island is truly a small paradise. With the best beach in the country and a great variety of bars and restaurants, it is one of the best places to live in southern CA!
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Stanford, Claremont Colleges, Accenture, Pomona College
East Village rocks
Lower East Village is awesome -- cheaper, quieter than Gaslamp while still being extremely walkable and within range of everything good. Stay south of Broadway or even E/F for the nicer parts of town, and west of 11th. There are good places outside that range, but also a lot of low-income housing.
review user
North Park has it all!
The neighborhood is quiet, diverse, and full of charming craftsman style homes. Yet, despite the residential area's modest appeal, North Park is also home to some of the finest bars and restaurants in San Diego. The area is rapidly becoming a hub for slow food, craft beer, and new music. There's always something new brewing in North Park, but my guess is the warm, eclectic atmosphere will never change.
review user
Great place to live if you don't mind the bustle
This is the heart of the downtown scene. It's walking distance to anything you could need, whether it be groceries, shopping, restaurants, bars, or just a quiet park to hang out. the weekends can be a bit noisy, and traffic can get a backed up when big events are in town (eg Comic-Con), but all-in-all, it's invigorating to live where everyone else comes to play!
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Stanford, UVA, Bain & Company
beautiful homes and feels like a slice of utopia. living near the water gives great views of the San Diego skyline. only negative is average age on the island is probably 70, so it gets quiet here early.
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Stanford, UVA, Bain & Company
Little Italy
Tons of amazing restaurants in the area. Short walk to Gaslamp but not touristy itself. Right off the 5 makes commuting easy. All Around great place to live.
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