“Cori and Chris, Thank you so much for EVERYTHING, you both made buying a house such a great experience.” – Hafiza & Bryce DouglasBryce Douglas
“Cori, We are so grateful for the service and personal attention we received from you in our search for our dream home. Your guidance, patience, and expertise made the home buying experience pleasant. We could not have asked for a better realtor to guide us through the process. It was a pleasure to woork with you and we will highly recommend your services to anyone in the market for real estate. Thanks again for the smooth, efficient, and positive experience.”Jason & Alma Martinez
“Cori, We just wanted to make sure you know how very much we appreciate you. Your patience, guidance, support & friendship over this last year plus, means more than yo know. We understand that this is your career, but that you always have our best interest in mind & thats is so hard to find these days. You are one of a kind. With Love, Taren & Todd. P.S. We hope you enjoy your Birthday & Christmas gift as a small token of our thanks to you 🙂 ”Taren & Todd
Why Santa Clarita?
Although I could simply tell you that Santa Clarita is the home I chose to live because I fell in love with it, there is so much more to this beautiful golden valley that I want to share with you. The breathtaking mountains, canyon vistas, and beautiful neighborhoods not only makes Santa Clarita a very desirable area to live in, but also a very pleasant surprise for those coming from the hustle and bustle of metro Los Angeles.
Coming from the congested city of Los Angeles, the peace you will experience is life changing. Santa Clarita Valley flows in a rhythm of well-designed streets, intersections, interstates, and this great city design allows for free-flowing and laid back living. Although Santa Clarita Valley boasts all the shops, movie theaters, fitness gyms, malls, and restaurants; finding parking space is no longer a science on its own.
Even though Santa Clarita Valley is situated outside of the busy cities of Greater Los Angeles, the access to commute to work is just a quick ride away. Park and rides are abundant by each Metrolink or Santa Clarita Transit stations. Relax and enjoy your ride to work on coach buses or spacious Metrolink trains.
The city planners of this beautiful golden valley do an outstanding job with continued enhancements. It is very common to see “beautification” project signs across the valley.
With lots of community athletic centers, swimming pools, hiking trails, dog parks, family parks, biking trails, libraries, city events, and festivals, this community is always thriving and growing in a very special way.
Santa Clarita Valley is low in crime and there is a sense of safety that sets in once moving into the well-manicured neighborhood valleys and hills.
Many choose to move to Santa Clarita Valley because of the high standards and results of the education system. From wonderful pre-kinder, to high school all the way to college, and specialty career schools, Santa Clarita has it all. See the ratings for yourself!
One of my close friends that made the move from Los Angeles to Santa Clarita Valley always brags about how Santa Clarita Valley has everything they need and there is hardly a need to ever go beyond for daily comfort of living. What more can be said?
Which Santa Clarita Valley neighborhood will you call home?
Why Santa Clarita?
Stevenson Ranch is located at the south western section of the Santa Clarita Valley. It encompasses 6.4 square miles and is set in the foothills of the Santa Susana Mountains. The city provides quick and easy access to popular shopping areas, highly rated schools, lush and well maintained parks and is minutes away from the 5 FWY for commuters. Residents in Stevenson Ranch take pride in their community as it is often recognized for its safety, beauty and cleanliness. It’s very common to see people walking, jogging, and running as early as 4am and as late as 11pm.
Many consider Valencia to be the crown jewel of the Santa Clarita Valley. From its National Blue Ribbon public schools to its 24 community parks. Valencia is everything you could want from a city and more. Valencia is one of the most well planned and designed cities in the United States, with all your wants and needs literally 5 minutes away. Valencia also has a system of paved pathways over or under the streets and boulevards. The pathways are called paseos. They connect the entire community, making it possible to travel throughout nearly all of Valencia on foot or by bicycle without crossing a street at grade level. Malls, shopping centers, schools, hospitals, parks, golf courses, fine dining and the popular Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park. Nicknamed ‘awesome’ town, it’s easy to understand how it earned that moniker.
Newhall is the southernmost and oldest community in the Santa Clarita Valley. Named after historic and accomplished businessman Henry Newhall, the history of the city is everywhere around you. Newhall is filled with culture, history and entertainment. Newhall has recently built a new 30,000 square foot state of the art library with impressive free technical and academic resources. The city itself has an old time feel, but it’s also bustling with a wide variety of community events. Old Town Newhall has emerged as a legitimate destination for families in the daytime and couples in the evening. Pumpkin Patches, Christmas trees, block parties, almost every weekend something is happening for residents to enjoy. If you hear drums and cheers on a Friday night, you are probably hearing the Hart High School football team, they are kind of a big deal out here.
Saugus is home to the largest recreational park in the Santa Clarita Valley. Central park hosts soccer games, baseball games, football practices, basketball ultimate Frisbee as well as the largest dog park in the valley, affectionately known as Central Bark. The Saugus Café on San Fernando road was established in 1887 and is among the oldest restaurants in Los Angeles County. Saugus High School is part of the William S. Hart Union School District and is one of many elementary, junior high and high schools in the area. Do you like live music? Aside from being an amazing park, the concert series at Saugus attracts people from all over the Santa Clarita Valley. Launch chairs, picnic baskets and a great time are consistently had by all.
Canyon Country is located in the north eastern section of the Santa Clarita Valley. It is north of the San Fernando Valley via the Newhall pass. With abundant selections of shopping and the only Costco in Santa Clarita, all the conveniences are within easy reach. They’ve been busy building in Canyon Country as well, will many new homes consistently being erected along its sprawling streets. The city is just West of the 14 freeway, so it provides easy access to commuters heading south to Valley and Los Angeles, as well those heading north to Palmdale and Lancaster.
Agua Dulce, Spanish for freshwater sits at the north eastern part of Santa Clarita. It is 45 miles south of Palmdale and about 44 miles north of Los Angeles. The Agua Dulce area is basically a Hollywood Star, with numerous movies filming in the area for years. If you want to move to the country side, but don’t want to leave your family and friends behind, Agua Dulce may be the perfect place to call home. It sits just outside the most densely populated sections of Santa Clarita, but is a quick drive to everything and everywhere you want to be. Rustin, historic, beautiful, Agua Dulce provides that ‘out of town’ feel while still being in town. As with all Santa Clarita areas, the schools are great, the people are warm and the value is immense.
Castaic Lake is the play zone for many residents who enjoy boating, water skiing and wake boarding. Pyramid Lake is just a short drive away for additional water sports fun. Castaic is located about 10 miles north of Santa Clarita has a rich history of farming, grazing and fishing. It’s a rural oasis just a few minutes outside of the city. The schools are excellent, the bass fish are big and Castaic is as welcoming a community as any.