One of the few remaining California summer beach towns perched between the mountains & the sea. Ventura is classic
in every respect, complete with a downtown area dating from the late 1800's and a genuine Spanish mission.
Ojai means 'Moon' in the Chumash language. Both the town & valley seem to have kept a lot of their original
character despite the areas popularity. Here are all homes larger & smaller, frequently with a fair amount
of land, and the occasional multi unit property.
Probably the closest of all the mountain communites to L.A. proper. Though it lacks the skiing, lakes, and elevation
that some of the other alpine resort towns like Big Bear have, Frazier Park also lacks the commercialism and crowds.
Also, since the altitude is more modest and the habitat a little sparer, this area has a more wide open country feel
The traditional Los Angeles getaway. This string of mountain towns which include Crestline & Running Springs offer
Southern Californians a true alpine experience with plenty of snow for skiing & the holidays. Call for listings at other
High desert homes, north of Palm Springs. Though it may not look like much, the towns here have grown from nothing over
the last 30 years. Not for everybody, but lots of affordable homes on big to even bigger lots.
A far less well known local mountain retreat than Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead, and one of my favorites because of
it. Plenty of entry level cabins for $200k to $300k and a lot of more than comfortable larger properties. Very close
to Palm Springs.
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