Red House is proud to offer Kensington Property Management. Red House Property Management offers the best in advertising, tenant signing, maintenance and management for many neighborhoods in San Diego. If you own a single family home or apartment in Kensington, Red House is here to help you. If you’re looking for a place to live in Kensington be sure to check our open listings. Read on to find out why we think Kensington is a great place to live in San Diego.
One way to introduce Kensington is by it’s eateries. In the mood for Macaroni and Mushrooms, or how about pork-chops? Try neighborhood favorite Kensington Grill for a casual but warm atmosphere. If you’d rather stop in Kensington for breakfast don’t shy away from Kensington Cafe. Here you can feast on waffles decadently topped with sliced bananas and candied walnuts. For a small neighborhood Kensington boasts some tasty places to eat, it’s also a short drive to many other places. Kensington’s proximity to other San Diego Neighborhoods makes it a convenient place to live, for more than just dining out.
To the West of Kensington is Talmadge, to the south City Heights, and to the west Normal Heights. The eastern edge of this neighborhood meets its end at the bluffs above Mission Valley and Interstate 8. If you’re walking along Adams Avenue at night be sure to stop and enjoy the view of Mission Valley below. Even more so than some San Diego neighborhoods, Kensington is comprised of mostly residential properties. With a wide range of small apartment and single family homes its not surprising that many families choose to live here.
With many residencies often comes many families, Kensington’s schools reflect this. Franklin Elementary School in the southern end of Kensington is part of San Diego Unified School District. While technically not in Kensington, Hoover Senior High School is only a few blocks away. Many children in the Kensington Neighborhood can walk or bike to school. Many adults in Kensington also choose to carry out daily activities on foot or by bike.
If you choose to walk about Kensington, Kensington park is a great place to rest and enjoy the Kensington sign. Although the park is small it affords a shady place to relax on warm summer days. Around the park on Adams avenue could be considered Kensington’s center, here you’ll find restaurants, the movie store and theater.
Kensington is neighborhood with a small community feel. Much of this has to do with its history. You may notice many homes built in a Spanish Revival style here. This trend began in the 1920s spurred by the beautiful Spanish Revival architecture constructed in Balboa Park for the 1910 Panama Expo. Balboa Park is full of gardens, museums, and attractions like the San Diego Zoo. From Kensington the park is only a short drive or medium length bike ride.
For other sorts of entertainment, Kensington is only a short drive from many specialty shops in surrounding neighborhoods. It is also easy to access the large shopping centers and malls in Mission Valley. Also running through the Valley is Interstate 8. Kensington’s closeness to Interstate 8 and Highway 15 mean easy access to many job rich areas such as Mission Valley, and Downtown San Diego.
Red House strives to provide the best Kensington Property Management. If you’re interested in renting your Kensington single family home or apartment Red House can Help. For those searching for a rental in the Kensington neighborhood we encourage you to check our open listings page. Also don’t forget to look in neighborhoods nearby like Normal Heights, Mission Valley, and Hillcrest.
Contact Red House today for more information about Kensignton Property Management!