About this listing
This recently renovated apartment looks out to a beautifully landscaped backyard and the canyon beyond. Located to the east of the city, it provides ready access to all of San Diego without the hassle of crowded areas and parking shortages.
Set on a quiet and lush canyon, who would ever guess that you were in a large urban city! Although it's southern California and a car is very handy, this apartment is close to good public transit, either by trolley from San Diego State University, or a 5 minute walk to a rapid bus service to the downtown. It is close to all major freeways for anyone coming to San Diego for the zoo, beaches,the desert, and Mexico.
This self-contained apartment - with a bedroom, bathroom, living room and kitchen - occupies the ground floor of 4770 and has a separate and private entrance from 55th St. It looks out on a large and terraced backyard with a B-B-Q in which the travel weary can relax and "chill". It is the ideal deal for one traveler or a couple.
Laundry facilities, back yard.
Interaction with guests
Guests can have as much - or little - interaction as they wish with me when I'm on site.
It's quiet and friendly, the sort of place where singles go running, couples walk their dog, and folks - generally - mind their own business.
Yes. While SD is generally poor for public transit, there is a Rapid bus service to downtown at the end of 55th St, and the trolley has a station at San Diego State U - a 15-20 minute walk from 55th St.
Just the usual thoughtfulness for others who live here - watch your water consumption - we use gray water from the kitchen to water the bushes and shrubs, minimize the noise later at night etc.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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68 year old gay white Australian male who lives with 2 members of a chosen family and rents to one other person. I train in the area of cultural diversity, and consult on workforce development. I also administer stipend programs which recruit graduating masters level students in couples and family therapy for the public mental health system in CA.