Chino is comprised of a wide variety of neighborhoods. The homes in the suburbs to the south tend to be newer but filled with similar architecture, while more established neighborhoods in the north have more character. College Park has enjoyed a lot of new development with large homes and plenty of public parks. There are a number of new subdivisions in The Preserve as well. This neighborhood offers a more rural feel as its location is more remote and borders dairy farms in neighboring Eastvale. The area surrounding Chino Avenue and San Antonio Avenue is a popular place to live because of its walkability. Most neighborhoods require the use of a car to get around. Inter-city travel can also be accomplished by riding the train.

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It may not boast homes as expensive or expansive as other zip codes in Southern California, but that's part of what residents of Chino find appealing-you get more for your money in this middle-class community located just 30 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. From 2-bedroom condos with locations central to I60 and I71 to bright and airy single-family dwellings on the outskirts of town, homes for sale in Chino typically cost about 10 percent less than similar SoCal properties.

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