ENCANTO HOMES FOR SALE
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The Frank Grannis Home Buyer Refund
Frank Grannis has refunded over $100,000 to buyers so far in 2021!
It’s our way of saying thank you to our clients for putting their trust in us as their real estate agent.
In comparison, very few (if any) other full-service real estate agent’s give a single dollar back to their clients.
Encanto is a hilly, urban community in central/southeast San Diego that is located 7 miles east of Downtown and 7 miles from the ocean.
Developed beginning in the 1940’s, the community is located south of Route 94, north of Division Street, east of 60th Street and Market Way, and west of 69th Street and Woodman Street.
Broadway Street, Imperial Avenue and Skyline Drive are the three major streets that bisect Encanto from west to east.
Encanto is a part of the Cholla Valley planning area which also includes the neighborhoods of Alta Vista, Broadway Heights, Chollas View, Emerald Hills, Lincoln Park, O’Farrell and Valencia Park.
Encanto Real Estate
Encanto real estate is comprised almost entirely of single-family detached homes, though a few condos and townhouses can be found.
Some properties in the community enjoy terrific views.
Also, if you are searching for a one-story home, then you’ll have many to choose from here.
- Encanto homes for sale are typically priced between $350,000 and $1 million dollars.
- Single-family detached Encanto homes for sale usually start around $500,000 dollars.
- Residences offer 480 sq. ft. to 4,064 sq. ft. of living space.
- Lot sizes can be as large as 2 acres.
- Residences feature 1 – 7 bedrooms.
Children living in Encanto are served by the San Diego Unified School District.
Also, students in Encanto have the opportunity to take advantage of San Diego Unified School District’s Voluntary Enrollment Exchange Program and be bused to high schools in San Diego’s more affluent neighborhoods.