Listing ID 2214964
Apartment For Rent
Studio, 1 bath
Security deposit: 1 Month
No rental rebate
Mission Blvd./San Fernando Pl.
Lease term: Open
Corporate Housing: Yes
SAN DIEGOS CLASSIC BOARDWALK BEACH TOWN!
Are you ready for some fun?! San Diegos beach side city offers tons of activities for the whole family. From fine dining to hikes, vacation the right way!
Located in the heart of Mission Beach! This cute and comfy fully stocked furnished studio apartment is ideally located for the economical traveler.
** AVAILABLE JANUARY 26, 2019 **
We rent monthly, weekly or nightly! RATES VARY according to dates, season, length of stay and number of guests.
Enjoy a short walk to the beach, bay or stay in for a relaxing and cozy night!
This charming studio is located on Mission Blvd. just near the world famous Belmont Park. It is walking distance to many shops and restaurants and beach.
This studio is fully furnished with one queen-sized murphy bed, one bathroom, dining room table with chairs, living room sofa with chair. There is cable TV, Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning -- all included in the rental rate. This compact kitchen has a full-sized refrigerator, dishwasher, a toaster oven, and a two burner hot plate. It is completely stocked with dishware, cookware, and all utensils. - Sleeps up to 2!
Coin operated laundry room in building and 1 parking space available.
We are pet friendly!! Pets are accepted upon approval and there is a Pet Fee of USD $150.00 on short term rentals. (Under 30 days). *(NO barking dogs)*
**If interested please email or give us a call to the email address & phone number listed above and dont forget to share the following information:
-Preferred move-in date:
-Length of stay:
-Number of guests/tenants:
-A little bit about yourself:
We look forward to helping you enjoy some southern California sunshine!
-Dana Horne Realty
A little about the area -
Spanning just over a mile in length, Mission Beach is at the center of the Golden Strand, between South Mission Beach and Pacific Beach.
One of the most popular beach areas in the City of San Diego, Mission Beach draws large crowds in the summer to its oceanfront and adjacent Belmont Park.
Mission Beach is one of nine beaches that has permanent lifeguard stations patrolled by San Diego Lifeguards.
Mission Beach is a laid-back neighborhood whose namesake sands attract surfers, sunbathers and volleyball players. A paved path curls around Mission Bay, a popular spot for water sports. Belmont Park is a small amusement park with a wooden roller coaster built in 1925, while SeaWorld San Diego has marine shows and up-close views of orcas and dolphins. Mission Boulevard is lined with casual cafes and eateries.
Mission Beach offers opportunities to participate in sunbathing, horseshoes, surfing, bicycling, skateboarding, Frisbee tossing, and other outdoor activities. A local skating club, Skate This!, performs for free on weekends, executing trick skating and dancing on both rollerblades and traditional skates. It is a well known, popular location for engaging in sports, including beach volleyball and basketball, with courts available for both.
There is a public recreation center on Santa Clara Place on the bay side of Mission Beach. At the south end of Belmont Park is the Wave House Athletic Club, a full-service beachside fitness center, complete with cardio equipment, weights, fitness classes, aquatic classes in the Plunge, and beach Bootcamps.
Mission Beach includes Mariners Point, the original site of the over-the-line softball-on-the-beach tournament.
Thong bikinis are technically illegal on Mission Beach, but lifeguards and local police do not typically enforce the ban on such swimwear. The consumption of alcoholic beverages on the beach is illegal as of April 2008. Nudity is not allowed.
Many beach goers are local San Diego natives, college and university students, but both tourists and permanent residents of the beach and other areas are also frequent visitors to the beach.
Close to public transportation. Biking, walking, and skat
High speed internet
Laundry in bldg
Credit app. reqd