Premier Gaslamp Rowhome   

 

It’s approximate location is G Street & 9th Avenue in the Gaslamp District.  

This recently built and uniquely designed row home is situated near the San Diego Convention Center and in the heart of The Gaslamp District of downtown San Diego. It’s not your typical 1,000 sq/ft. box in downtown San Diego.  This unique Rowhome has almost 1,900 sq/ft. of living space.  The Gaslamp District is the heart of fine dining and entertainment in our great city. The house is an ideal spot for a family, two or three couples, or simply friends traveling together who want to experience living like a San Diego local.  The house has a combination of wood floors and carpet throughout and its own private entryway off the main courtyard and through the private garage. It is distributed over three levels. The entry way, one bedroom and bath, as well as the garage are located on the ground level. The kitchen, half bath, dining area and living room are on the second level. The third level contains the master bedroom and full bath. The house comfortably sleeps 6 adults. There is a TV, DVD player, and wireless internet. The master bedroom has a Queen bed with a Queen AeroBed in the closet, and the 2nd bedroom has a King bed. The living room has ample natural lighting with a 15 foot tall bay window in the Kitchen that overlooks the courtyard and floods the unit with light and air during the day.   The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need from a simple breakfast to an elaborate dinner in house. This location is perfect for touring the sights of downtown San Diego, shopping and fine dining. The San Diego Zoo is within 10 minutes via bus or taxi. The Convention Center, Horton Plaza, San Diego Harbor, and much more are all within easy walking distance of the house. There are wonderful restaurants, night clubs and movie theaters close by. You will also find a supermarket and fitness centers close by.




                                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                                  

 

city view of downtown San Diego from back balcony