Buying a home in Riverside provides entree to several captivating cultural institutions and historical landmarks, including the March Field Air Museum, the stylish and comfortable Fox Performing Arts Center (where the first ever screening of Gone With the Wind was held), and the breathtaking Mount Rubidoux State Park. Riverside is also home to the Van Buren Theater, one of the few remaining drive-in theaters in the state, where you can catch a show with that special someone the old fashioned way, with window-mounted speakers and snacks smuggled in the glove box. Riverside has recently been known as the epicenter of a burgeoning culinary scene. Riverside's diverse collection of restaurants includes top-notch eateries such as Simple Simon's, Anchos Southwest Grill and Bar, and Duane's Prime Steaks and Seafood.

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Riverside, CA is nestled right in between San Bernardino and Corona and when it comes to calling a place home, Riverside, California might not be as famous as Hollywood, but that's just fine with the locals. Los Angelinos took issue with Forbes Magazine when it placed Riverside ahead of LA in its 2014 list of the coolest cities in America. We're not going to get in the middle of that argument, but we can see why the writers were so enamored with Riverside. No matter how you slice it, Riverside is a great place to find an affordable home for you and your family, and has several listings to choose from.

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