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Presioca Villas

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Balcony

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Covered Parking

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Natural wooded area
Quiet Neighborhood

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Presioca Villas - Spring Valley

Presioca Villas

Find affordable housing at Presioca Villas. This highly rated property offers apartments for rent in Spring Valley, CA, that accommodate any living situation.

You can take a dip in the swimming pool if the weather allows. The property is located close to a neighborhood park. Residents here enjoy features such as balconies.

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Schools

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La Presa Middle School

1001 Leland St, Spring Valley, CA 91977
Public
Middle
7-8
Rating 6

Monte Vista High School

3230 Sweetwater Springs Blvd, Spring Valley, CA 91977
Public
Secondary
9-12
Rating 2

Bancroft Elementary School

8805 Tyler St, Spring Valley, CA 91977
Public
Elementary
K-6
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Lighthouse Christian Academy

1345 Skyline Dr, Lemon Grove, CA 91945
Private
K-12
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Heartland Christian

3327 Kenora Dr, Spring Valley, CA 91977
Private
Alternative
PK-12
Rating 7

Helix Charter High School

7323 University Ave, La Mesa, CA 91941
Charter
Secondary
9-12
Rating 3

San Diego Virtual

496 Third Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91910
Charter
Coed
6-12
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