Republic – A Leader Among Mission Hills Moving Companies
Mission Hills Movers, Republic Moving and Storage prides ourselves on providing our customers with all the moving and storage tools they may need to ensure a stress-free move. If you are thinking about moving to the Mission Hills, San Diego neighborhood we encourage you to take a look at our Mover’s Overview of this beautiful neighborhood and learn everything that it has to offer residents.
Mission Hills is an upscale affluent neighborhood of San Diego, California and is located on the hills just south of the San Diego River valley and Mission Valley and north of downtown San Diego, overlooking Old Town, Downtown San Diego, and San Diego Bay. The Mission Hills neighborhood is primarily residential and is known for their old, stately homes, craftsman bungalows, breathtaking mansions and freshly manicured lawns. With just a small number of boutique shops and restaurants on their main street, Mission Hills is a quiet neighborhood within walking distance to Hillcrest restaurants and shops to the East and Old Town’s restaurants and shops to the Northwest. The business hub of Mission Hills is along Goldfinch Street between Fort Stockton and W. Washington where restaurants, shopping and services are all conveniently located.
Pioneer Park: Near Grant School, Pioneer Park dates back to the 19th century and was the location for one of San Diego’s first cemeteries. This park is a popular place to picnic, workout, play and walk your pets. Also home to Concerts in the Park during the summertime on Friday evenings and an annual 4th of July Celebration that is talked about year round amongst the neighborhood.
Presidio Park: Overlooking Old Town, San Diego Presidio Park is the location of the original home to the Mission San Diego de Alcala from which Mission Hills gets its name as well as the site of the first Spanish Presidio (Royal Fort). Home to the Junipero Serra Museum this park is also a very popular place to picnic, play and hike and enjoy the majestic views.
Heritage Park: Just above Old Town, this 7.8 acre park features seven historic Victorian buildings that were saved from demolition and moved to Heritage Park for preservation. Among the buildings is San Diego’s oldest synagogue and several former residences. A popular location for weddings and photos the park is open daily while the restoration and development of the park continues forth.
Restaurants and Bars: Mission Hills has a wide variety of food to offer. From burgers to fine dining there is something for everyone—within walking distance even—to enjoy. To see a listing of current restaurants and/or bars in the Mission Hills area click here.