Loma Linda is a small city in Southern California approximately 60 miles east of Los Angeles and 50 miles northwest of Palm Springs. People come to this city from all over the world to study, teach or undergo medical treatment at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
Those who want to be close to places for outdoor recreation may want to purchase real estate near the city's parks. There are baseball fields at Leonard Bailey Park. Cottonwood Park has playgrounds. Dog owners can bring their pets to the city's dog park. Hulda Crooks Park has tennis courts.
Golfers will find several places to play in the area. The San Bernardino Golf Club is approximately two miles away in San Bernardino. The Redlands Country Club is approximately seven miles away in Redlands, and the Oak Quarry Golf Club is approximately 10 miles away in Riverside.
Places for family fun include the Splash Kingdom Waterpark approximately two miles away in Redlands and the Fiesta Village Family Fun Park approximately two miles away in Colton. There are places for hiking and skiing in the mountains approximately 30 miles away.
Grocery stores in the city include the Loma Linda Market and Stater Bros. Malls less than 20 miles away include the Galleria at Tyler in Riverside and Ontario Mills in Ontario.
The Metrolink station and the Amtrak station in San Bernardino are approximately five miles away. Passengers can take Metrolink trains from San Bernardino to Los Angeles and Orange County. Amtrak trains from San Bernardino will take passengers all the way to Chicago. For those who travel a lot Ontario International Airport is approximately 21 miles away.
Some public school students in the city attend schools in the Redlands Unified School District. Bryn Mawr Elementary School is in the city. Cope Middle School and Citrus Valley High School are in Redlands. Students in the western part of the city attend schools in the Colton Joint Unified School District. Reche Canyon Elementary School is in Colton. Terrace Hills Middle School and Grand Terrace High School are in Grand Terrace. The city has one private school for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
There are variety of homes for sale in Loma Linda sure to fit every lifestyle and budget. Families can buy houses with several bedrooms close to elementary schools and parks. Five-bedroom houses are available for people who want large homes. Homebuyers who are interested in saving money on four-bedroom homes for sale can look at foreclosures. There are also two-bedroom houses and condos for those who are interested in smaller homes. Some condos are on properties with pools and tennis courts. Amenities of the most expensive homes for sale in the city include mountain views, bonus rooms and fireplaces. The average price for a home in the city is $291,600.
For more information about Loma Linda or the surrounding area contact Dennis LaTourette, an experienced Loma Linda realtor.