Pacific Beach Bachelors
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Pacific Beach Bachelors

$1,225.00 Pacific Beach Apartments - Charming Studio apartment
Location: Pacific Beach, CA 92109
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Unfurnished, Not Specified, Apartment, Will Consider Pet, Studio, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Carpet and Tile Floors, Parking Available, laundry on site, refrigerator, stove, Cute studio apartment, designated parking, one block from ocean, walking area, clean and organized, basic utilities included. NO SMOKING IN THE UNIT., $1,225.00 ,
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Unfurnished, Lower, Apartment, No Pets, Studio, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Floor type not specified, Parking Included, refrigerator, stove, controlled access building, Pacific Beach, ground floor studio in gated community. Underground parking w/ remote Washer/dryer onsite. Full remodel, all new, new floor, new kitchen, granite, new appliances. Large walk-in closet. Close to shopping. Non smoking, Paid water, 425 sqft $1,390.00 ,
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About Pacific Beach
Pacific Beach is a San Diego neighborhood that lies immediately north of Mission Bay. It also borders La Jolla in the north and, of course, the Pacific Ocean in the west. Pacific Beach has a boardwalk that draws a good deal of pedestrians, cyclists, skateboarders, etc. This stretch of promenade is also awash in little shops and restaurants that both locals and tourists patronize. In this same vein, Pacific Beach plays host to one of the more prominent bar and night life scenes in all of San Diego. Prospective residents who seek a lively neighborhood will feel right at home in the center of the action.

Those inclined toward surfing will find Tourmaline Surfing Park both convenient and enjoyable; in general, all the typical advantages to living in a beach-side neighborhood apply to Pacific Beach, with the added bonus of easy access to Mission Bay and all of its outdoor leisure activities. The 5 freeway, which snakes along Pacific Beach's eastern terminus, is the primary artery for cross-city or cross-county travel.
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