234 Lindell Ave, El Cajon, CA 92020

3 beds2 baths1,236 sqft

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Zestimate®: $251,286
Rent Zestimate®: $1,796/mo
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Are you ready to move into your new home? Have you been waiting and looking all over town for just the right place to call home? Wait no longer your search is over! This beautiful single-family home is perfect for you. Near the heart of El Cajon, one can walk to the downtown area, shop, and simply take in the ambiance of this beautiful suburb. Fully loaded with wood flooring, central AC and heating, thick carpeting and padding, granite counters, upgraded and modern recessed lighting, and a perfect kitchen for the urban couple, family, or single tenant. Custom closets and 2-car with a 10' x 15' overhead loft provide plenty of storage room. The kitchen includes a large pantry and a nice adjacent dining area. Call today (858) 521-9350. Gated community where all the neighbors know each other and their kids play safely together outside. This home is owned and operated by local Californians who honorably serve in the military. We offer military discounts and Section 8 is welcome. Call now. This home will not last long (858) 521-9350.Driving times to local sites: 3 Minutes downtown El Cajon 8 Minutes From Cuyamaca College 8 Minutes From Casa de Oro- Mount Helix 10 Minutes From Grossmont College15 Minutes from SDSU 20 Minutes from Balboa Park and San Diego Zoo20 Minutes from Fashion Valley Mall20 Minutes from QUALCOMM Stadium 20 Minutes from Downtown 20 Minutes from Gas lamp District of San Diego20 Minutes from Robb Field 20 Minutes from Sea World 20 Minutes from PETCO Park20 Minutes from Old Town20 Minutes from MCAS Miramar 20 Minutes from USD25 Minutes from Coronado 25 Minutes From Belmont Park 25 Minutes from UCSD 25 Minutes to the San Diego's Pacific Beach25 Minutes from Mission Beach 25 Minutes from Naval Station North IslandEl Cajon, the Spanish words for "the box," was first recorded on September 10, 1821, as an alternative name for sitio rancho Santa Mnica, describing the "boxed in" nature of the valley in which it sat. The name appeared on maps in 1873 and 1875 as shortened to just "Cajon" until the modern town developed where the post office was named "Elcajon." In 1905, the name was once again expanded to "El Cajon" when California banker and historian, Zoeth Skinner Eldredge, insisted that the words be separated.During Spanish rule (17691821), the government encouraged settlement of territory now known as California by the establishment of large land grants called ranchos, from which the English word ranch is derived. Land grants were made to the Roman Catholic Church which set up numerous missions throughout the region. In the early nineteenth century, mission padres' search for pasture land led them to the El Cajon Valley. Surrounding foothills served as a barrier to straying cattle and a watershed to gather the sparse rainfall. For years the pasture lands of El Cajon supported the cattle herds of the mission and its native Indian converts.It was not until the Mexican era (18211846) that titles to plots of land were granted to individuals. The original intent of the 1834 secularization legislation was to have church property divided among the former mission Indians. However, most of the grants were actually made to rich "Californios" of Spanish background who had long been casting envious eyes on the vast holdings of the Roman Catholic missions. In 1845 California Governor Pio Pico confiscated the lands of Mission San Diego de Alcala. He granted eleven square leagues (about 48,800 acres, 197 km2) of the El Cajon Valley to Dona Maria Antonio Estudillo, daughter of Jos Antonio Estudillo, alcalde of San Diego, to repay a $500 government obligation. The grant was originally called Rancho Santa Monica and encompassed present day El Cajon, Bostonia, Santee, Lakeside, Flinn Springs, and the eastern part of La Mesa. It also contained the 28-acre (0.11 km2) Rancho Caada de los Coches grant. Maria Estudillo was the wife of Don Miguel Pedrorena (18081850), a native of Madrid, Spain, who had come to California from Peru in 1838 to o  More Less 

Facts

  • Condo
  • Built in 1980
  • Cooling: Central
  • Heating: Forced air
  • Laundry: In Unit
  • Parking: Garage - Attached, On street, 2 spaces
  • Last sold: Feb 2004 for $295,000

Features

  • Cable Ready
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Fireplace
  • Flooring: Hardwood, Tile
  • Gated Entry
  • High Speed Internet Ready
  • Storage

Additional Features

  • Granite countertop, Guest parking, Living room

Appliances Included

  • Dishwasher
  • Garbage disposal
  • Microwave
  • Range / Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Washer

Room Types

  • Dining room
  • Master bath
  • Walk-in closet

Construction

  • Unit count: 1

Other

  • Floor size: 1,236 sqft
  • Last remodel year: 1980
  • Parcel #: 4930103402
  • Zillow Home ID: 17031576

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Zillow predicts 92020 home values will rise 0.7% next year, compared to a 1.9% rise for El Cajon as a whole. Among 92020 homes, this home is valued 39.7% less than the midpoint (median) home, and is valued 21.3% less per square foot.

Foreclosures will be a factor impacting home values in the next several years. In 92020, the number of foreclosures waiting to be sold is 8.7% greater than in El Cajon, and 14.6% greater than the national average. This higher local number may prevent 92020 home values from rising as quickly as other regions in El Cajon.

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