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6 Foothills Communities to Consider for Your Next Home

Posted by Laura Dandoy on Jan 15, 2018 8:10:32 AM
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Thinking of buying a home or relocating to the Foothills of the metro Los Angeles area of California? Consider these top 6 communities for your next home—they’re without a doubt the best of the Foothills!

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Claremont

Outstanding amenities, award-winning education, and beautiful weather are just the beginning of what you’ll love about Claremont! Located just 30 minutes outside of Los Angeles, Claremont is a world of refined, luxurious living tucked scenically into the rolling hills at the feet of the San Gabriel Mountains. Whether you’re looking for beautiful homes along quiet, tree-lined streets, amazing parks and outstanding recreational resources, or plenty of employment opportunities, you’ll find just what you’re looking for in Claremont.

 

living-room-new-house.jpgGlendora

Glendora is a quiet, small-town escape in the heart of all the bustle of metro LA. Beautiful residential neighborhoods climb into the San Gabriel hills while quaint architecture housesbustling shops, restaurants, and community activities in a bustling historic downtown. Elegant modern business structures bring a sense of urban bustle to the community, and award-winning schools offer some of the best educational amenities in the area. High-quality living awaits in Glendora!

 

La Verne

Known for its small-town charm and close-knit community despite its proximity to Los Angeles, La Verne strikes a comfortable balance between residential neighborhoods, commercial amenities, and beautiful outdoor parks and trails. It’s a city that truly values its residents, its heritage, and its peaceful lifestyle of upscale living in the Foothills. Though it’s located just 30 minutes outside of LA, La Verne is a world far removed, perfect for those seeking a small-town feel with easy access to big-city amenities.

Rancho Cucamonga

Shopping, dining, parks, and more! Rancho Cucamonga has it all. This thriving city is a diverse world of culture, recreation, amenities, attractions, activities, and more. Beautiful residential neighborhoods, bustling commercial district, lush parks and outstanding weather, major industries and distribution centers, even four high school recipients of the U.S. News & World Report Silver distinction—Rancho Cucamonga really does have something for everyone.

 

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San Dimas

There’s never a dull moment in San Dimas! This thriving city is known for its outstanding community events and celebrations and home to a wealth of local attractions, such as the Raging Waters theme park, one of the largest water parks in California. Located just south of the San Dismas Canyon, San Dimas is the perfect blend of amenities and attractions, parks and open spaces, events and activities, and quiet residential neighborhoods.

 

Upland

Located at the foot of the highest part of the San Gabriel Mountains on the northern edge of the San Bernardino Valley, it’s not hard to come by outdoor beauty and recreation in Upland. However, this bustling community is more than a mountain town; it’s a thriving metropolis of attractions and activity. Downtown Upland is home to over 200 businesses and services, as well as local events, like the annual Upland Lemon Festival.

Ready to Find Your Home in the Foothills?

These Foothills communities have a lot to offer, and they’re just waiting to be explored! Contact me today and learn more about buying a home in the Foothills or to get started searching homes for sale in the Foothills.

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