1256 Lomita Road
Authentic Hacienda style custom crafted by this owner/builder. Heavy Spanish influence allows for abundant. Old World charm on this private 1.1 acre site overlooking El Cajon valley and city lights views. Extensive use of both brick and stone to create multiple patios, courtyards and walkways make this home ideal for outdoor living and large scale entertaining. Wrought iron and glass front door, hand carved wood doors, Tecate tile and hardwood floors, brick and ceramic tile accents are just some of the custom features. Professional chef’s kitchen, large master suite, sparkling pool, RV parking. Unique one of a kind home.
Earlier this year, I wrote an article on how to be successful as a community. A portion of that piece dealt with installing the right kind of leadership. Over my years of working with, organizing, promoting, coaching, and assisting boards of directors in both community associations and various nonprofit organizations, I've developed a list of what I believe are some of the strongest characteristics that successful boards possess.
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