With views spanning from the San Diego Bay and Downtown to Mission Valley and Presidio Park, Mission Hills one of San Diegos most historic and desirable neighborhoods. While offering a scattering of boutique shops and restaurants, Mission Hills is primarily residential, comprised of grand historic homes from the early 20th century and quaint craftsman bungalows lining its winding tree-lined streets. Many properties were designed by such prominent architects as Richard Requa, William E. Hebbard and Emmor Brooke Weaver. Beautiful modern homes built in the 1950s-1960s by John Lloyd Wright and Lloyd Ruocco among others, are situated along the canyon rims with some offering tremendous views. One of the true highlights of Mission Hills is not only its architectural diversity but its strong sense of community. Residents enjoy several parks, including the popular Pioneer Park, summer concerts, garden tours, and an annual 4th of July parade and Halloween celebration.