Super Modern Hide-Away - Top North Park Location

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  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
  • Villa

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Villa

Super Modern Hide-Away - Top North Park Location

This 1926 Spanish villa -- 'Villa Barajas' -- combines historic character with modern features. Enjoy an authentic local living experience, in luxury style, with the comforts of home!

This one bedroom suite on an elevated first floor is a cozy, compact (just under 400 SF), ideal for two, but can accommodate up to 4 with the comfortable full size sofa bed, which has a very comfortable, auto-inflating air mattress. Overall, the feel is organic, clean lined, modern and very warm and inviting -- The French baker's table used for dining was made from reclaimed 19th century scaffolding.

Gorgeous original hardwood floors, exposed brick, fine cabinetry ...Read more

About the owner

Gail F. and Beth Galdieri

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Super Modern Hide-Away - Top North Park Location
Pacific Beach, California
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Forbes magazine named North Park as one of America's best hipster neighborhoods, noting that "culturally diverse North Park is home to Craftsman cottages, cafes and diners, coffee shops, several microbreweries, boutiques, and the North Park Farmers Market. The North Park Theater and the Ray Street Arts District are also bastions of creativity in the area" [10]

The Los Angeles Times writes: "North Park has all the ingredients for the cool school: It's culturally diverse and has art galleries, boutiques, trendy bars with handcrafted cocktails and local brews, and foodie-approved eateries." [11]

An eclectic and diverse array of restaurants, as well as independent coffee shops, can be found along the main arteries of 30th Street and University Avenue. The area is also dotted with bars and night clubs that cater to a wide diversity of patrons.

Downtown North Park contains the Ray Street Arts District. Ray at Night is a gallery walk held the second Saturday of every month in North Park. It is the largest and longest running art walk in San Diego's history.

Nearby, the Birch North Park Theatre reopened after major renovations in 2005. It is the home of Lyric Opera San Diego.

North Park has a Farmers Market every Thursday which has been listed as one of the top 40 in the USA. [12] The market is located in the parking lot at University and 32nd Streets. The Spring/Summer hours are 3pm-sunset, Fall/Winter 2pm-Sunset. They feature over 35 independent vendors; locally grown produce/flowers; gourmet/ethnic foods; arts and crafts; books; and, often, live music.

The San Diego Music Foundation hosts a large musical festival—North Park Music Thing[13]--in the fall on El Cajon Boulevard, which helps add to North Park's reputation as a great community for the arts in San Diego.

As a tradition every December, North Park holds its annual holiday parade. Formerly known as the North Park Toyland Parade, it is now called the North Park Lions Club Holiday Parade.

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