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Unfurnished, Freestanding, House, Will Consider Pet, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, One Year Minimum Lease, Floor type not specified, Garage Parking, pool, yard, patio, central air, central heat, washer and dryer hookups, This charming home is located just a mile from downtown Lakeside. The home is located on a large residential lot near the end of a cul-de-sac. It features a sparkling backyard pool, large privately enclosed yard and attached garage. The home will be newly renovated to include new central heat & A/C, custom paint, new flooring, ceiling fans & dual paned windows. The home will also have new stucco exterior. The home features a large master bedroom with full bathroom, dining room off the kitchen with direct access to covered patio, a large living room and a bonus room inside the garage. Pool service is included in rent, but resident is responsible for all other utilities and yard maintenance. The home is scheduled to be available for rent by early to mid-August. Please call for more details or to schedule a viewing., $2,600.00 , 2550 deposit,
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About Lakeside
Lakeside is a small district in the far east of San Diego County. It is surrounded, at least generally, by Eucalyptus Hills, Winter Gardens, Harbison Canyon, Granite Hills, and two major wilderness areas—Louis A. Stelzer County Park and Lake Jennings Park. True to its name, Lakeside also has lakes. Three of them, to be exact. They are Lake Jennings, El Capitan Reservoir, and San Vicente Reservoir. Owing to these bodies of water and to its relatively secluded location, Lakeside is best understood as a quaint little town (though it is technically unincorporated) with a great deal of open, green space. After all, it lies just a few miles west of the Cuyamaca Mountains.

Route 67 and the 8 freeway are your primary access routes for the rest of San Diego County. Lakeside is probably a little far for commuting to San Diego proper on a daily basis, but of course many folks brave that adventure in order to live in a private, quiet, naturally beautiful locale.