Normal Heights is a neighborhood in San Diego, California with a population of 16,459. Normal Heights is in San Diego County. Living in Normal Heights offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents rent their homes. In Normal Heights there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Normal Heights and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Normal Heights are above average.
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Normal Heights is a lovely community that is only a 12 minute drive from Downtown San Diego. It is conveniently positioned between the 805 and 15 freeways which makes your commute to work fairly painless, no matter the direction your are heading. There are also a variety of restaurants, bars and shops that are all located on the main Adams Avenue strip. Because of everything being so centrally located, you can limit the use of your vehicle and walk everywhere you need to go. I highly recommend Normal Heights to anyone that is new to San Diego, or has lived here all their lives.
Great neighborhood, lots of activities to be found for families, young adults, and couples. Centrally located in San Diego, close to everything!
Normal Heights is a sweet neighborhood that is in the middle of gentrification. It was a great cheap community but now its a great little more expensive neighborhood. The best part of this place is that you can walk to whatever you need. Grocery and book stores, coffee and taco shops and more than a few amazing places to eat and drink. The people in this community are so eclectic as well. Everything you need in this tiny little neighborhood that lines Adams Avenue