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May 29. 2011 (Santee)--Villas at Mission Trails, a new condominium project located east of Mission Trails Regional Park, has broken ground.


Situated in a park-like setting, the neighborhood will offer 12 detached condominium homes in close proximity to schools, shopping and outdoor activities.  Developed by McMillin Realty, the homes will feature 1,795 square feet of living space, with three to four bedrooms, plus 2.5 to 3 baths, two-car garages and private front and rear yards. Prices will start in the high $300,000s.


The neighborhood is located next door to the Mission Trails Regional Park, where residents will have access to the park’s more than 40 miles of nature trails, camping and boating and fishing on Lake Murray. The nearby Santee Lakes also offer outdoor recreation opportunities with paddle boats, trails and fishing. Avid golfers and county club aficionados can take advantage of the proximity of Mission Trails and Carlton Oaks Golf Courses within a few miles from their front doors. The close-by Santee Trolley Town Square Center includes shops and restaurants 10 minutes away.


The commute-friendly neighborhood is close to both state Routes 125 and 52, eight miles from downtown San Diego.


For more information, call real estate agents Nancy McCreary at (619) 850-3202 or Judy Soule at (619) 246-1719. Visit to join the interest list.


McMillin Realty, a well-known name real estate for four decades, was for many years the sales and marketing arm of McMillin Communities. This locally owned real estate brokerage has grown over the years to include property management, mortgage lending, escrow services, remodeling and, today, small infill development.  The company is owned by Scott McMillin, son of  Corky McMillin. For more information, visit

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