Neighborhood Spotlight | Claremont
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Neighborhood Spotlight | Claremont owns its lettered and leafy college-town vibe

Neighborhood Spotlight | Claremont

The Village, Claremont’s downtown district, includes cafes, boutiques and galleries.

 

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Neighborhood Spotlight | Claremont

Known as the “City of Trees and PhDs,” Claremont benefits from the foresight of city pioneers more than a century ago who planted trees and established parks throughout the community.

 

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Neighborhood Spotlight | Claremont

The housing market is  “entry-level luxury,” with most houses ranging from $550,000 to $750,000. The foothills hold the pricier properties, where baseball players and other big-spending residents pay more than $1 million for a bigger home with better views.

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Neighborhood Spotlight | Claremont

The verdant, city-run Claremont Hills Wilderness Park abuts the Angeles National Forest.

 

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Neighborhood Spotlight | Claremont

A city of about 35,000, Claremont was named Sunset magazine’s “Best Suburb in the West” in 2016, citing its East Coast college-town vibe and saying it “blends worldly sophistication with small-town appeal.”

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