Brookside Home Subdivision on land that once was the La Mesa Country Golf Course

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Real Estate Broker Owner with Jason Kardos Realty BRE# 01324429
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The area between highway 94 and 125 known as the Brookside subdivision is one of the first master planned home tracks in the La Mesa/Spring Valley area. This subdivision was built between 1950 and 1960 to satisfy the explosion of growth in the Spring Valley area that was mostly large ranches before the more than 400 homes that were built here.

Brookside La Mesa Home Picture Niblick Drive

A typical home in the Brookside subdivision

Before that the land used to be the La Mesa Country Club and before that Bancroft Lake that was named after one of the early settlers of this area.

Because of this, many streets names are associated with golf. Streets such as Link, Fairway, Par, Trophy, Birdie, and Niblick can be found in the Brookside area.

Residents in the Brookside neighborhood hold a famous annual garage sale ever year that many residents participate in.

Many home in this neigborhood range from 2 bedroom/ 1 bath to 4 bedroom/ 2bath. Homes typically had a one car garage and many have been converted to extra living space.

Brookside has a La Mesa address and a 91941 zip code, but it is actually in the Spring Valley Community Plan in an unincorporated area of San Diego County.

Spring Valley, CA Community Plan Map

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Jason Kardos, Real Estate Broker/Owner

Cell (619) 303-2826

www.JasonKardos.com

Lic# 01324429

For Property Management

San Diego County Property Management

James Burrell (619) 742-8543

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Jason Kardos, Realtor, GRI, MBA Broker/Owner www.JasonKardos.com Jason Kardos started his real estate career helping his family manage their rental properties and at only 21 years old bought his first rental income property and became a licensed Realtor in 2001. He is committed to enhancing the lives of his clients through integrity, professionalism and continuous improvement. He has been able to thrive, even in a down real estate economy. He has helped homeowners deal with short sales, foreclosures, rentals and regular sales. He has worked with many professionals in the real estate community including Keller Williams Realty, San Diego County Property Management and McCormack Auction Company. He has embraced many traditional real estate practices as well as keeping up with the latest technology. Jason has served on the board of National nonprofit, Rebuilding Together and he is also active on the Spring Valley Citizen’s Association.