Downtown San Bernardino County California
Downtown San Bernardino County California

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A House in San Bernardino County in California to Have it All

When you think about California living, do you picture yourself standing in one place and seeing both palm trees of the valley and snow-capped mountain peaks? For those who have had this experience, you know it is truly magical. If you have not, you are in for a treat as you look for your next house. San Bernardino County, in California, is truly the culmination of the best things California has to offer right in your backyard.

If you are someone who loves nature, values community, and wants to live in the heart of the best road trips in the western US, you are going to fall in love with San Bernardino County.

History of San Bernardino County California

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Not only is San Bernardino County full of growth for the future, but it is packed with history. The origins of the area trace back to the Paleo-Indian tribes followed by Spanish explorers, Mexican ranchers, and a time period marked by a large Mormon population. It seems that throughout hundreds of years, people have seen the rich resources and beauty of the area. It was in 1853 when San Bernadino was officially established as it broke off of the greater Los Angeles area.

The history of resources and beauty points to why this is a great place to buy a house. San Bernardino County in California has been a hotspot over the years for gold, borax, and silver. Citrus farming began in the 1850s and was shortly followed by vineyards. As the largest county in the United States, there is plenty of land and terrain to make your home.

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San Bernardino County Namesake

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It is believed that in 1810, Spanish Franciscan missionary Francisco Dumatz journeyed across the valley from the Mission San Gabriel Arcangel. When he came into the valley, it was the feast day of Saint Bernadine of Siena. Because of this, Dumatz gave the valley area the name San Bernardino. This later became the name for the county and the city which is the county seat.

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Location

When you think about California living, do you picture yourself standing in one place and seeing both palm trees of the valley and snow-capped mountain peaks? For those who have had this experience, you know it is truly magical. If you have not, you are in for a treat as you look for your next house. San Bernardino County, in California, is truly the culmination of the best things California has to offer right in your backyard.

If you are someone who loves nature, values community, and wants to live in the heart of the best road trips in the western US, you are going to fall in love with San Bernardino County.

San Bernardino County, CA Demographics

Though it is the largest county in the country, the population density of San Bernardino county is less than half of the population density of the state of California. This means if you love having space but want the perks of the golden state, this may be the place for a house. San Bernardino County, in California, has a population of 2,181,654 as of the 2020 census. Over 80% of residents are high school graduates and the median household income is $65,761. Over half of the residents are Hispanic. The median home value as of the 2020 census was $348,500 and the mean commute to work time is 32 minutes

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Why should you buy a house in San Bernardino County, CA?

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There are numerous reasons to buy a house in San Bernardino County. This part of southern California truly has a little bit of everything. Residents across the county have the unique experience of seeing palm trees and mountain peaks all in one look.
Location

Because of the location along Route 66, you can be assured easy access to your favorite place. You have proximity to some of the hippest West Coast cities without daily dealing with the busy city traffic. Additionally, the options for weekend road trips from this central location are endless. You can easily spend a weekend away in a coastal city, have a weekend of thrills in Las Vegas, or take a camping trip to Death Valley.

Nature
Where you live is about more than just your house. San Bernardino County in California is a giant magical backyard of nature. Whether you choose to live by the lake, or in the high desert, you will enjoy the best of earth’s nature and the vast big night sky as well.

Within San Bernardino County, you can access:
Big Bear Mountain Resort
Joshua Tree National Forest
Lake Arrowhead
Mohave National Preserve
Pacific Crest Trail
San Bernardino National Forest
Santa Ana River Trail
Santa Rosa Mountains
Silverwood Lake

Diversity
A location rich in diversity brings numerous benefits. Diverse job opportunities, diverse food and drink, diverse art, diverse festivals, and diverse cultural experiences. Diversity also means there are neighborhoods of all kinds to explore and find your perfect home. There are neighborhoods perfect for you whether you are a young professional looking for your next career move and home, a house to raise your family, or a place to enjoy retirement.
Affordability
If the cost of living is an important factor in your next home purchase, you will love the affordability options in San Bernardino County. The cost of living is lower than most parts of California, while still having many benefits and access to so many west coast attractions.



Industry

Unemployment rates are low in San Bernardino County and there are both large and small industries offering employment and career opportunities. The county is a leader in construction, manufacturing, and transportation to name a few.

For those still preparing for their future career, this is an ideal place for a house. In San Bernardino, California there are a number of campuses and trades schools to choose from.

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Why San Bernardino County?

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There are numerous factors to consider when buying your next house. San Bernardino County, in California, provides access to city life, wildlife, nature, play, and more. The county is the biggest in the country and it reflects the valleys to the high desert and the mountain peaks. In San Bernardino County you can find small mountain towns and big bustling cities. If you want to be near the best of the west coast without paying west coast prices, San Bernardino County is a great option.

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