San Diego, CA

651 Arroyo Drive

Offered at $799,000

WHY RENT WHEN YOU CAN OWN – IDEAL FOR OWNER/USER

Commercial office property (2,600 SF on a 5,000 SF lot) currently has four private offices, conference room, reception, two open-work areas & four bathrooms. Convenient to Mission Hills & airport. Property includes six (6) on-site parking spaces.

Debbie Riddle

(619) 878-5242

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