Mission Hills

Visitor Information

Mission Hills is located above Old Town on the rolling hills that overlook the harbor. The area was home to many of San Diego's pioneers and many of the homes are historical.  Architect Irving Gill designed many of the houses that are now lovingly preserved and renovated.  There are California bungalows, craftsman homes, Spanish Revival and Mission-style homes and many other one of a kind residences.

Kate Sessions, the landscape artist for Balboa Park, started the Mission Hills Nursery over a century ago in the area and it still functions as the center of the neighborhood. Washington and Goldfinch Streets are the commercial center of the neighborhood and provide residents with shopping and services.  Small cafes and specialty retail shops line the streets and offer unique goods.

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Mission Hills Businesses

Roberts Electric Service, Inc.

302 Washington St., Ste. 100
San Diego, CA
  • Contractors - Electrical
  • Electrical Services & Maintenance
  • Tenant Improvements

Carini Heating and Air Conditioning

3388 Channel Way
San Diego, CA
  • Air Conditioning Equipment & Repairs
  • Financial Services
  • Heating Services
  • Real Estate
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Homes for Sale

Offered from $1.95-2.3 million
$1,875,000
Offered at $2,850,000

Movie Theaters

3965 5th Ave. #200
San Diego, CA, 92103

To find a movie theater outside this area, check the Source Movie Section.

Upcoming Events

Law5:00p

60th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education

The University of San Diego (USD) School of Law will present a panel discussion about Brown v. Board of Education, the landmark United States Supreme Court case in which the Court declared state laws establishing separate public schools for black and white students to be unconstitutional. Moderated by Vice Dean and Professor of Law Mary Jo Wiggins, a panel of four distinguished law scholars from USD will discuss the meaning of the decision; the impact it had and will continue to have on education, race and crime; and how this case transformed critical legal consciousness and politics.
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