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The History of Chino Hills

Chino Hills

Mar 26, 2019
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Chino Hills is located in the southwest corner of San Bernardino County, California. The city borders Los Angeles County on the northwest, Orange County to the south and Riverside County to the southeast. The city has a total of 44.8 square miles much of which is undeveloped rolling hills.

During the 1700s this area was ruled by the Spanish and was a part of the Republic of Mexico. When the church founded the Mission of San Gabriel in 1771, the area now known as Chino Hills was used by the fathers to graze their cattle. When Mexico ceded the territory to the United States, Chino Hills became part of the state of California.

Because of the topography of the area, the land was used for dairies, horse rearing and cattle grazing. In the rush to build and develop the area, many historical structures were lost. 

The town of Chino was built in 1910. The area known as Sleepy Hollow, built as a summer resort in the 1920s, was a destination for bootleggers during Prohibition. Tourists from nearby Los Angeles were also attracted to the beauty and seclusion of the area. Later in the 1960s hippies and artists sought out the isolation of this hilly area to commune with nature. 

During the 80s and 90s housing development began at a rapid pace. By 1991, the population reached 42,000 and the area became incorporated. When the area was developed, the homes were laid out in a village style with shopping and parks within walking distance of nearby homes. Everything was done to preserve the beauty of the surrounding hills.

One of the showpieces of Chino Hills is the Vellano Country Club, a private golf course and housing development designed by golf great Greg Norman. With home prices exceeding $2 million, this housing development is touted as one of the most expensive in the area.

Los Serranos Golf and Country Club dates back to 1925 when it was built as the perfect escape for city dwellers. Today the course is a favorite Chino Hills attraction.
For upscale shopping, The Shoppes at Chino Hills feature some of the most popular designer brands. There are over 65 stores and restaurants of every description in the mall.

Money magazine voted Chino Hills as one of its “Best Places to Live”. Similarly, the FBI chose Chino Hills as one of the safest places to live. The area is known for great schools, spectacular views, first class housing and overall safe neighborhoods. Chino Hills Is definitely an ideal community.

The City of Corona and what you need to know

City of Corona

Mar 26, 2019
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The city of Corona is roughly 40 miles from Los Angeles in Riverside County. It's a city more than 100 years old and diverse community with many opportunities readily available to take advantage of. According to the population is about 159,132.  We are a community filled with young growing families. In turn, there are many family fun areas you can utilize in the city such as sports centers and playgrounds.


You also have a wide variety of restaurants to choose from. To name a few:


  • Luna Modern Mexican Kitchen Corona: Great Mexican food that even has a steel and glass bar. Not to mention the awesome Tequila Display.

  • Taps Fish House & Brewery: They have a wonderful selection of craft beers, seafood of course, Sunday brunch, and a happy hour. Great for all times of the day except for breakfast.

  • Goodfellas Cafe: Now this is just as it sounds. If you’re in the mood for a good ol’ fashion American dish then you’ve come to the right place. All American food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Nothing fancy but good food. Great for a quick bite to eat

  • Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill: If you're wondering where to go on a Friday night look no further. This place is where you should be the night you decide to unwind. Also a great place to take the kids when they’ve earned good grades. Perfect for family fun and even adult night. With not only BBQ but burger's, happy hour, and a bar. You can never go wrong. Just make sure to leave your white tee at home and get ready to roll up your sleeves.



Now let's talk about the real estate in Corona. Are you looking to move or buy a home? This is the perfect place with the median home price being $457,000 this month that is at least half the cost if you were to move in Los Angeles. Not to mention you get more house for your money. On top of that, maybe even a newer home for less in some cases. This is a great place to raise a family and you have many surrounding cities you can live in including Riverside, Anaheim, and Temecula is right below you. Can you say Wine Tasting?

There are countless reasons to move to Corona and we just listed a few.


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