University City neighborhood is Amazing. Another name the city goes by is “UC” or “Golden Triangle,” UTC/La Jolla. But whatever you call it, it is nothing short of paradise. UC is the best of everything that is San Diego for the family. UC can be thought of as Condos and Townhomes north of Rose Canyon. The remainder of UC is single-family residents, all built in the early 1960s.
It's close to everything; La Jolla Shores is only a few miles away. (5 minutes driving) UTC Westfield mall, you should go if you have not been there. (Spectacular for a Mall) Freeways surround UC; most of the time, you may be the opposite of the traffic flow.
Over time, each homeowner slightly modified their houses to create a fantastic neighborhood. So, it would help if you visited each home because the MLS pictures do not do these homes justice.
I am listing a few unique aspects of University City. Mainly the organizations. (I listed a few) These organizations make living in UC home. And it’s a great way to meet fellow neighbors.
University City/Clairemont/La Jolla area. It is one of the wonderful features of living at UC. The movie featurs Rose Canyon and "Dino Park" Check it out.
Marian Bear is the canyon between University City/Clairemont/La Jolla area. It is one of the wonderful features of living at UC. Check it out.
So fun, pick up the Geocaching app online and hit the canyons. There is Treasure to be found in our neighborhood and canyons. It’s a Super Kid-friendly activity to do with the whole family. You got to try it out. University City Fun.
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University City is a "Resident" of Torrey Pines Golf course. That means Torrey Pines is your local community “City” golf course, and you benefit with special rates because it’s your community course through the City of San Diego. For example, my young player golfs for “FREE” after 4 pm at Torrey Pines. (After paying a $10 per month subscription) I pay about $36 for the Torrey Pines SOUTH course. (Under $ 30 for North Course) OMG! That’s worth buying a home in UC by itself. Living in University City is fantastic.
So many trails to choose from; just ride out of your home directly to the canyons. No need to pack up the car; just ride out from your new home. There are many opportunities to ride with groups of people. For example, Troop 271 rides every Sunday afternoon as a group. (They are open to new scouts!) So much fun Living in University City, San Diego
Local family of Racoons, visiting the hood. Yes, we love them. But we have Dear, Opossums on grub patrol, bunnies that hop around the grass. Hawks (Chicken Hawks), Crows & Ravens, and even Seagulls patrol the neighborhood; we all call UC home. I call it University City Fun.
San Diego Mission Bay is less than 5 minutes away.
Wind and Sea beach, in my opinion, is the best beach in the state, is less than 10 minutes away. SURFING
BSA University City Troop 271 is Active. With over 50 years of Service, Troop 271 offers Scouts the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors while building leadership skills. (Without knowing they are learning it.) Troop 271 University City/Clairemont/La Jolla is accepting new Scouts.
I am the Local Scoutmaster, so feel free to call me and ask any questions about the troop. Meetings are Tuesday evenings, 7 to 8:30 (Consistent attendance is not required due to schoolwork, sports, etc.) We meet at Curie Elementary, Mission Beach Montessori Academy-UC, Torrey Pines Church in La Jolla, and sometimes La Jolla Shores Beach. (Michael Frey 619-997-1626)
For Children 6 to 10, look at Cub Scout Troop 11 (Also University City, which feeds into Scout Troop 271). Girls can join BSA. Separate troops, but the program is the same. Look at BSA Troop 0506 or Troop 1203 for Girls. Living in University City is a great place to raise a family.
University City San Diego has a strong sense of community; it is obvious to be observing the community sports programs. I highly recommend UC Little Ligue to all young ball players. (And parent/coaches also, they will train you, so fun) I was Treasure in previous years; It’s a well-run program. https://www.ucll.org/
For Girls, Del Sol Fast Pitch Softball offers Softball within the community. I did not participate in the girl’s program, but you can see from the attendance and cheering during the game. It looks like a lot of fun. Don’t miss out. https://www.ucdelsol.com/
The Altos weekly Market Report prepared for University City is outstanding. It is prepared and delivered by the good people at Pickford Escrow. (Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Affiliate and highly recommended)
The best way to review this document is to look at the Large Diale, it indicated the bias of “Sellers Market vs Buyers Market.” (Very Useful)
The second piece of good info is the days on the market chart. It’s either increasing or decreasing.
Finally, the best way to get all the “Juicy Tibits” is to just call me, I will read the “Tea Leaves” for you.
If you want to see the Market Report for other ares, just let me know. I will send it to you weekly.
Altos Market Report, University Ctiy 92122
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Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone Map is new to most Home Sellers. The program requires at least two weeks to get approval. The Fire Department will send a Fireman to the property to view and advise. Whatever advice is given, you must do to clear AB 38, or you cannot sell your property. I have found that you need to take care of your property. Property outside your property line is not your responsibility (So I understand). Trees must be over 10 feet away from the Chimney and many other little things. Just call me for details. The cost is about $118 with about two weeks wait time. The Act will increase restrictions over time. The Insurance companies will eventually be the enforcement part. It’s just a matter of time.
Click the picute to go to the city website. https://www.sandiego.gov/fire/services/brush/severityzones
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