Linda Vista San Diego is a neighborhood that is located east of Mission Bay. The town is situated on an elevated area of land that overlooks the Pacific Ocean and Mission Bay to the west and Mission Valley to the south. The neighborhood contained the country's first mall shopping center, which was dedicated in 1942 by Eleanor Roosevelt. In modern times, the community is well known for being the home of the University of San Diego.
There are several Linda Vista apartments available for rent, with complexes containing anywhere from 73 to 187 units. The rent prices range from $1050 monthly rent for a one bedroom apartment to $1995 monthly rent for an apartment with two bedrooms and two baths. These Linda Vista apartments include amenities such as gated access, covered parking, fitness center, on-site maintenance, extra storage and a balcony with a view. In addition, some complexes include amenities such as a hot tub, clubhouse and washer and dryer within each unit.
Residents of the Linda Vista San Diego have access to a variety of recreational opportunities, including the tennis courts, softball fields and gymnasium at the Linda Vista Recreation Center. In addition, there are several major nearby golf courses such as the Tecolote Canyon Golf Course and the Sam Snead All American Golf Course. Residents can also enjoy easy access to the beach and to Mission Bay attractions such as SeaWorld and Belmont Park. For shopping options, residents are just over one mile from the Fashion Valley Mall with major retailers such as Macy's, Bloomingdale's and jcpenney. Local restaurants include a variety of tempting ethnic restaurants, such as Filberto's Mexican Food, The Original Sab-E-Lee and Pho Hoa-Huong Restaurant. For many additional dining, shopping and entertainment options, downtown San Diego is only a short drive away.
The pet policies of the various Linda Vista apartments vary per complex, with some allowing pets and others specific only to cats. Residents of Linda Vista enjoy walking their dog through the streets of the community, and there are several dog parks just south of town such as the Morley Field Dog Park, Nate's Point Dog Park and Grape Street Dog Park. Pet owners in Linda Vista are fortunate to have access to multiple local veterinarians, such as the ABC Veterinary Hospital, VCA Hillcrest Animal Hospital and Plaza Boulevard Pet Hospital. In addition, multiple local pet retailers sell pet food and supplies, including Petco Animal Supplies, Animal House Pet Store and PetSmart.
Residents of Linda Vista enjoy easy access into San Diego and the surrounding area due to an ideal location between major interstates I-5, I-8 and I-805. Therefore, drivers can quickly be on their way into downtown or any of the suburban regions. Linda Vista is served by the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System, which operates bus service to and from the community on routes 25, 41, and 44. Although the bus fares vary, one way trips start at just $2.25 with a day pass available for $5.00.
Linda Vista is located in the San Diego Unified School District. Local public schools include Carson Elementary School, Chesterton Elementary School, Fletcher Elementary School, Linda Vista Elementary School, Longfellow K-8 and Twain High School. There are also several area private schools, such as Faith Community School and Francis Parker School.