Fullerton homes for sale are unique in this historical city once a town that was founded primarily as a main stop on the Southern California railroad. Citrus groves surrounded the area along with oil wells in the Brea hills. The old 1930s flavor is still replete in the community with many of the original buildings and landmarks preserved and maintained making this community unique in Orange County and the Southland. The city was founded in 1887 by George and Edward Amerige, and in the days of the “wild west”, had no law enforcement. By 1927 the police force totaled 8. Now, downtown is surrounded by what we may think of as vintage homes- indeed many have unique elements imported from around the world to complete their classical architectural styles. The police department is housed in the former city hall. Homes in Fullerton range widely in sale price, with many in affordable reach of first time home buyers, while others are more grand estate homes on large lots priced upwards of $4 million plus.
June 29th, 20101 Comment, Fullerton Homes for Sale, by davekeys.
Downtown Fullerton engenders the old and new all at once in a unique blend of college life and history. One of the main terminals during the area’s oil industry days, Fullerton has retained many of its old landmarks from the train station to the police station, not to mention Fullerton College where students arrived in canoes in the hundred year flood of 1938, when most of Orange County found itself flooded. Fullerton shops restaurants and entertainment share a long tradition of blending new and old. The day I took this video, we ate at Rutabegorz, established 40 years ago and still serving up 70s fare in a 90s environment- solar powered. Plummer Auditorium finished up the night in an excellent dress rehearsal of Brigadoon. Shot with the new Canon 550D T2i, which I’m still learning. The creative modes are every bit as varied as you expect from an SLR camera.
June 24th, 2010Comments Off on Fullerton Homes For Sale – Video – Neighborhood Tour Brookdale St., Fullerton Homes for Sale, by davekeys.
320 Brookdale Place – Fullerton Homes for Sale. Come on over and have a look at the neighborhood. This video drive-through shows 320 Brookdale and the street in full bloom-coverage from the Jacaranda trees. Have a look at the neighborhood right here.
June 22nd, 2010Comments Off on Fullerton Homes for Sale, Fullerton Homes for Sale, by davekeys.
This little cottage packs in more living space than you would think looking at the lovely curb view on 320 Brookdale Place. At 2,850 sq. ft. This home combines classic charm with modern upgrades on one of Fullerton’s most sought after streets. Lavender Jacaranda petals form a short lived, but beautiful light carpet of purple on the lawns and streets every year in June. Fullerton homes for sale are among the most sought after in the nation with values that remain stable in one of the more competitive real estate markets in Orange County. Nearby colleges, classic homes and rich history make Fullerton homes desirable.
June 19th, 2010Comments Off on Plenty Of Summer Fun Near Fullerton Homes For Sale, Downtown, Fullerton Homes for Sale, by davekeys.
Fullerton always has an active downtown anyway with nearby colleges including CSUF, Fullerton College and Hope International University in Fullerton just blocks away from downtown Fullerton. Homes prices in the area are market driven but remain stable and competitive due to high demand for living space for staff and students alike. In the summer things pick up even more as students who live in town and people involved with the college scene have more free time. The monthly art walk comes alive as vendors along with the Fullerton College art department get into swing even more in the monthly Fullerton Art Walk. I walked through downtown a few Friday evenings back and landed upon what turned out to be some sort of “mini art walk” in advance of the scheduled first Friday art walk. The event was sponsored by the Fullerton College Art Department and had live entertainment and some pretty impressive work by students on display. I took some video and photography to share here. Be sure to switch the player to HD and full-screen. Enjoy! Upcoming art walks are scheduled for: July 2, August 6, September 3, October 1, and November 5.
February 8th, 2010Comments Off on Beautiful La Cresta Home in Murrieta, Fullerton Homes for Sale, real estate, by davekeys.
This home sits atop a 10 acre homesite with panoramic views of the Temecula valley and city lights. Custom features throughout make this a must see. The home was built and lived in briefly in 2006. Showings can be arranged at any time. Visit the La Cresta homes site for details. Fullerton Homes for sale
January 30th, 2010Comments Off on Orange County Winter Snow | A Great View From Fullerton Area, Fullerton Homes for Sale, orange county photography, Orange County Snow, by davekeys.
Fullerton Area Homes Enjoy Spectacular Winter View The contrast of California. Green King Palms against the backdrop of snow. Orange County winter is unlike most. Taken from Fullerton Brea area overlooking the valley toward the San Gabriel Mountains.
January 28th, 2010Comments Off on A Fresh Supply of Green All Year, Fullerton Homes for Sale, by davekeys.
Fullerton Homes for Sale You can find a touch of green in Fullerton any time of year. The weather is among the most moderate in southern California and the Fullerton homes for sale are nestled among tree-lined streets. Downtown provides plenty of venues for dining, shopping and entertainment. Home values are stable because they’re based on core family lifestyles and not as impacted by recent market speculation and “flipping” activity.
December 28th, 2009Comments Off on Fullerton Homes For Sale | It Might Be Views Like This, Fullerton Homes for Sale, by davekeys.
The values of Fullerton Homes for sale remain high. It might be views like this that bolster the popularity and prices of Fullerton homes, Brea homes for sale and surrounding areas like La Habra and Chino Hills. Most of the homes in Fullerton were built from the late 50s to the mid 70s or so, but are generally in well maintained condition and are larger than most “tract homes” built at the same time in most of Orange County. Orange County PhotographyOrange County SEO