Located just an hour from LA, San Bernardino offers more affordable housing options in a more scenic setting. The city is bordered by the breathtaking San Bernardino Mountains and National Forest on the north and the Santa Ana River to the south. Whether you choose to make your home in the Arrowhead neighborhood near the country club or beautiful Blair Park, homes for sale in San Bernardino average $200,000 less than similar listings in Los Angeles, and property values continue to appreciate.
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San Bernardino offers the perfect combination of old and new. The historic district anchored by the recently-renovated 1918 Santa Fe Depot boasts period street lights, a museum, charming coffee bars and Mission Revival architecture. There are also plenty of modern amenities available to the 210,000 residents of San Bernardino, including an international airport (SBD) and the renowned Loma Linda Medical Center. Southern California's Metrolink also offers convenient access from San Bernardino to downtown Los Angeles. When you need a break from life in the city there are plenty outdoor recreational opportunities less than an hour away-including boating, hiking, skiing and camping. The beautiful beaches of the Pacific Ocean aren't too far either.
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Each of the communities located within San Bernardino offer different lifestyles that appeal to a diverse array of people. The University District is filled with high-density housing catering to students of California State University and has plenty of shopping and dining establishments within walking distance. Del Rosa, on the other hand, is becoming increasingly more affluent and features recently remodeled homes with modest-sized yards in quiet cul-de-sacs. Properties with swimming pools are popular in neighborhoods in the valley, as the Mediterranean climate produces hot summers that extend from May to October. Winters are typically cool but comfortable, with temperatures averaging in high-60s. Still, areas in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains get cold enough for snow flurries. Arrowhead Springs, with an elevation of 3,000 feet above sea level, receives heavy snow during the winter months. While quintessential California sun-worshipers might not appreciate this, snow bunnies and ski bums alike enjoy the short drive from San Bernardino's northern neighborhoods to the celebrated slopes at Snow Summit Mountain Resort, Snow Valley and other ski resorts. Whether you prefer the hustle and bustle of city life or the serenity of the suburbs, there are countless homes for sale in San Bernardino to fit your lifestyle.