Spanish style home on a quiet cul-de-sac. Situated on a large lot, with an unfinished walk out basement the same size as home. You could finish the large basement under home with 7 foot 2 inch ceilings for living space or a work shop or man-cave. Long driveway that goes length of lot to large concrete slab that used to be a carport. Perfect for RV or all your toys. This historic neighborhood has views to Downtown San Diego & original hardwood floors. Home has been a long term rental & needs work, however you could do painting & clean up or possibly rework rooms. Large backyard with car access & views from kitchen window. One room has laundry hookups, but is being used as a bedroom. One brick fireplace in living room & a metal fireplace in the den which is also being used as a bedroom. Wood floors in living room. Some built-ins. Original windows, doors, & fixtures. Nice size lot with mature trees. Great home for a personal residence, rental or remodel & resale. National City, San Diego County’s second oldest city,is truly “In the center of it all:” a thriving bi-national region of 5 million consumers. The City’s competitive edge is its central location, transportation network, and business industry. National City is 10 minutes from everywhere and positioned for prosperity, with proximity to the San Diego Bay, US-Mexico border, downtown San Diego, international airport, rail, San Diego State University, and other colleges and universities. National City is circled by interstates 5 and 805, and highways 54 and 15. The San Diego Trolley and the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) service National City 7 days a week. These transportation resources conveniently connect the City to the region. National City is home to over 3,000 businesses - a remarkable number for a city with a population of 61,115. As one of the healthiest business climates in Southern California, National City businesses come from various industries and sectors. Business types range from small family-owned operations to multi million dollar corporations. National City also boasts the highest sales tax per capita in the County. The National City Marine Terminal, part of the Unified Port of San Diego, is the most advanced vehicle import and export facility on the West Coast, processing more than 270,000 vehicles annually. Lumber is also imported from the Pacific Northwest for construction use throughout the region. National City’s port area extends three miles along San Diego Bay and is part of the largest U.S. Navy installation on the West Coast.