San Bernardino Real Estate

Beautifully situated at the base of the majestic San Bernardino Mountains and Southern California’s most popular ski resort, Big Bear Lake, the City of San Bernardino is as richly diverse as the State of California itself. Considered one of the Inland Empire’s anchor cities, San Bernardino spans an incredible 81 square miles and is the 17th largest city in the State of California.

Home to California State University, San Bernardino and Valley College, the city is also home to several diplomatic consulates, including those of Mexico and Guatemala. San Bernardino is rich with natural citrus groves, physical beauty and abundant natural resources. Close proximity to the mountain resorts of Lake Arrowhead, Lake Gregory and Big Bear enhance the local economy as well.

Ethnically diverse and well-equipped with superb medical facilities, the city of San Bernardino is a favorite hometown for people of all ages. One of California’s oldest communities San Bernardino was named in 1810 and officially incorporated in 1857. One of the most famous landmarks of the city is a naturally formed arrowhead shaped rock on the side of the mountain measuring 1375 feet by 449 feet. Native legend believed that this natural landmark directed people to the crystal healing waters of Arrowhead Springs.

Close proximity to major freeways and travel routes make San Bernardino a convenient place to call home. The legendary Highway Route 66 runs through the city and it is not unusual to see classic car runs on most weekends. One of California’s most historic cities, there are plenty of great country cafés, burger havens and fine dining to be found all across town. All the amenities of any big city and a small town feel make this community unique.

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