Row Homes On Kettner are located at Beech and Kettner Street in the Little Italy District of Downtown San Diego.
Each home has its own separate entry with private garden porches. The complex has single-bay garages designed to use car lifts for second cars. These attractive row houses feature 18 feet high ceilings and walls of glass. Kitchens have granite counters and designer appointed finishes.
The sloping landscape at the northern edge of San Diego Bay was once home to a highly successful tuna fishing industry and many of the Italian families who derived their living from the coastal waters. The unique street¬scape now comprises a lively urban village with single-family homes, condominiums, and apartments.
A Little Italy sign hangs prominently over India Street, the main commercial corridor, which is alive with restaurants, small cafés, boutiques, galleries, specialty shops and abundant public art. Amici Park, lined with cypress trees and featuring a bocce ball court, adjoins the rebuilt Washington Elementary School, providing a playground for students and open space for the community.
The neighborhood also hosts a variety of annual arts and holiday festivals, including ArtWalk, Festa, and the weekly Little Italy Mercado Farmer Market held every Saturday along Date and India Streets.
- Address: Kettner Blvd & Beech Street, San Diego, CA 92101
- Neighborhood: Little Italy
- # of Stories: 3
- Year Built: 1998
- # of Units: 18
- Designer: Jonathan Segal
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