Looking for a new home in an area with a touch of old California glamour and plenty of community spirit?
Then you won’t want to miss out on the homes of Talmadge.
The area was named for silent movie stars Norma, Natalie, and Constance Talmadge. The neighborhood was established in 1925 and largely funded by the president of United Artists, who was married to Norma. 10,000 people came to the dedication ceremony, including other Hollywood stars including Natalie’s husband, Buster Keaton.
Located in the Mid-City region of San Diego, Talmadge sits near affluent Kensington and trendy City Heights with scenic canyons bordering the north and west sides. There are a number of single family homes with large yards.
Its central point is the Talmadge traffic circle and the entrance is marked by majestic gates dating back to 1927 that will make any lucky homeowner proud to drive through after a long day at the office.
That’s not the only reason, though, why you’ll want to make Talmadge a must-see during your real estate hunt.View More