Park Village area?

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Submitted by Vees on April 27, 2015 - 1:25pm

what the take on park village area? we looked at a home there and the view was just amazing but few houses down the same road looked little run down..The primary school ratings looks good but wanted to hear from folks who live there on what they feel? ..does it get very hot in summer there? growth potential, any other +/-ve for this area?

Submitted by zk on April 27, 2015 - 1:40pm.

Perfect weather there, in my opinion. 74-77 in the summer. Lots of sun.

Submitted by Vees on April 28, 2015 - 11:52am.

thanks. Anyone else? SDrealtor/ AN --really value your opinion

Submitted by an on April 28, 2015 - 1:59pm.

I like Park Village. The weather should be good, especially if you stay on the western side of PV. The western side will be cooler than the eastern side. You should be able to see about 3-5 degrees difference between the different ends of PV. I personally would prefer those "run down" places. But that's just me, because I like to customize my house and I rarely see a place the upgrade the way I want. I also don't want to pay the premium that a move in ready will command. The school should be good, but the schools are far away, especially middle and high school. It might not matter to you though.
As for growth, I think PV is already fetching a premium compare to other areas in PQ, so I'm not sure if there's much growth left. You might get a little bump once they connect Camino Del Sur to PV, which would make it more convenient to get on the freeway, especially if you live on the Western side of PV. Right now, it'll take you about 5 minutes just to get out of PV.
If you're concerned about heat, you should consider Sorrento Valley as well. Similar aged homes, a little cheaper, similar view, MM schools vs PQ schools, but you'll see a good 3-5 degrees cooler, compare to the western part of PV.

Submitted by andymajumder on May 28, 2015 - 1:18pm.

AN wrote:
I like Park Village. The weather should be good, especially if you stay on the western side of PV. The western side will be cooler than the eastern side. You should be able to see about 3-5 degrees difference between the different ends of PV. I personally would prefer those "run down" places. But that's just me, because I like to customize my house and I rarely see a place the upgrade the way I want. I also don't want to pay the premium that a move in ready will command. The school should be good, but the schools are far away, especially middle and high school. It might not matter to you though.
As for growth, I think PV is already fetching a premium compare to other areas in PQ, so I'm not sure if there's much growth left. You might get a little bump once they connect Camino Del Sur to PV, which would make it more convenient to get on the freeway, especially if you live on the Western side of PV. Right now, it'll take you about 5 minutes just to get out of PV.
If you're concerned about heat, you should consider Sorrento Valley as well. Similar aged homes, a little cheaper, similar view, MM schools vs PQ schools, but you'll see a good 3-5 degrees cooler, compare to the western part of PV.

Do you know when Camino Del Sur will be connected to the PV area? That would make a lot of difference in terms of quickly getting onto I56.

Submitted by an on May 28, 2015 - 1:49pm.

andymajumder wrote:
Do you know when Camino Del Sur will be connected to the PV area? That would make a lot of difference in terms of quickly getting onto I56.

I do not. But I think they're tie to the Merge 56 project. So, it should be connect sooner rather than later.

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