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mrvincent

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Hello all, a couple of weeks ago I spent 5 days of vacation at the Hilton Resort on Mission Bay. The room had a balcony overlooking that part of the bay and it turned out to be one of the best vacations I have ever had.

 

I DID do plenty of boating and jetskiing in the bay and was always looking out for what the shoreline housing situation was. It's not easy doing that when you must keep an eye out for other boaters.

 

Anyway, my question to any of your San Diego residents who know Mission Bay well: Do you know of any Townhome type developments on Mission Bay? By the end of next year I may look into buying a place there.

 

I thought I saw some condo towers there but my first preference is a Townhome style place.

 

Is there anything I should know about Mission Bay that should make me leery of purchasing there?

 

I am obviously in no hurry, so this question and my interest is open for the next couple of years and if you have or see something in the future there you can email me at mrvincent@yahoo.com.

 

thanks!

 

Oh BTW, the main reason I like Mission Bay is that you can do all the things that you would normally do on a fresh water lake. I like the ocean for its clean air but that's about it. 

 

sdlocal619

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Its awesome,  except, I lived there back in my college days about 7 years ago.  It's mainly college age kids who party, loud, bums, drunks etc.   Just a thought
michaelr

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Hello all, a couple of weeks ago I spent 5 days of vacation at the Hilton Resort on Mission Bay. The room had a balcony overlooking that part of the bay and it turned out to be one of the best vacations I have ever had. I DID do plenty of boating and jetskiing in the bay and was always looking out for what the shoreline housing situation was. It's not easy doing that when you must keep an eye out for other boaters. Anyway, my question to any of your San Diego residents who know Mission Bay well: Do you know of any Townhome type developments on Mission Bay? By the end of next year I may look into buying a place there. I thought I saw some condo towers there but my first preference is a Townhome style place. Is there anything I should know about Mission Bay that should make me leery of purchasing there? I am obviously in no hurry, so this question and my interest is open for the next couple of years and if you have or see something in the future there you can email me at mrvincent@yahoo.com. thanks! 

 

 

to be directly on the shorline, the only residential access would be in Mission Beach.  No large condo towers that are directly on the shoreline.  There are 3 surrounding areas to the bay: Mission Beach, Pacific Beach, Bay Park.   Most would opt for pac beach (thats where i live).   To be directly bay front is obviously pricey.  If you are off the immediate bay prices drop drastically, you get more bang for your buck, and maybe even a garage to store your toys. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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