Spring Valley real estate, a suburb of San Diego, contains well maintained parks and picturesque open spaces for its residents and visitors to enjoy. Great care is taken in the maintenance and development of the parks, median landscaping, and the urban forest for the enjoyment of the residents, which fosters community pride. A large variety of parks offer playgrounds and sports fields, while community pools, skateparks and off-leash dog parks all add value to the quality of life in Spring Valley.
In 2018 the median sales price of Spring Valley single family homes was $484,000 (the low sales price was $280,000, and the high sales price was $1,015,000). And for condos the median sales price was $316,000 (low sales price was $190,000 and the high sales price was $579,900).
Spring Valley homes are located in the largest un-incorporated community in the county of San Diego, covering thirteen and a half square miles. Located 11 miles east of the city of San Diego, Spring Valley is bordered by La Mesa and El Cajon to the North, Jamul and Dulzura to the East, Sweetwater and Bonita to the South, and Paradise Hills and Lemon Grove to the West. Within Spring Valley’s boundaries can be found a variety of smaller communities – Casa de Oro, Rancho San Diego, La Presa, Dictionary Hill, Mt. Helix, and Bancroft.