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Claremont, California isn’t the place where the movies are made or where you’ll necessarily spot a celebrity on every block. It’s a quieter California suburb with dream homes for nearly any budget.
In Claremont, you’ll find peace and calm as well as a place to call home. Below you’ll find information about what it’s like to live in Claremont, what fun things there are to do in Claremont and what the real estate is like in Claremont.
Living in Claremont
You’ll find peace of mind living in Claremont, CA. The public schools in the area are grade A, it’s a great place for families to live and thrive, the crime rating is low, the nightlife is lively and the neighborhoods are diverse.
The median household in the area is $88,523 per year, and there’s a pretty even mix of people who have some college education, a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree.
If you have school-aged children, Claremont is the place you want to move to. All the schools have excellent ratings, so no matter what grades your children are in, you can rest assured that they’ll get a stellar education here.
Elementary Schools in Claremont
- Chaparral Elementary School
- Condit Elementary School
- Mountain View Elementary School
- Oakmont Elementary School
- Sumner Elementary School
- Sycamore Elementary School
- Vista Del Valle Elementary School
Middle Schools in Claremont
- El Roble Intermediate
High Schools in Claremont
- Claremont High School
- San Antonio High School
Private Schools in Claremont
- Danbury School
- Foothill Country Day School
- Our Lady of the Assumption School
- The Webb Schools
- Western Christian Schools
If you’re looking to move to Claremont, but you’re not from the area, you can also stay in a number of hotels and motels in town. This way you can explore the city at your leisure and decide in-person if this is the place for you. Here are a few places we recommend you stay:
- Claremont Lodge
- Doubletree by Hilton Claremont
- Hotel Casa 425
- Knights Inn Claremont
- Motel 6 Claremont
Things to Do in Claremont
Claremont, CA is a city that leaves nothing to be desired. Everything you could want to do and more can be done in this very city – you can shop, rest, eat, drink and explore at any price range.
Stay Active in Claremont
In Claremont, you can hike, ski, ride a bike or motorcycle, go horseback riding, play golf or just explore the city. If you’re interested in doing these things, here are a few places you might want to check out:
- Claremont Heritage
- Claremont Wilderness Park
- Empire Lakes
- Marshall Canyon Equestrian Center
- Mt. Baldy
- Mountain High Resort
- Sierra La Verne
- Upland Hills
Eat Good Food in Claremont
If you’re a foodie, Claremont is the place for you. The food is not only savory and unforgettable, but the variety of choices is also unparalleled. There’s something for everyone here, no matter your preference or palette. Here are a few restaurants we recommend to newcomers:
- 50-Fifty Asian
- Casa Moreno Mexican Grill
- The Junction
- The Press Restaurant
- Union on Yale
- Viva Madrid
- Walter’s Restaurant
Shop in Claremont
Whether you’re shopping for clothes, office supplies, jewelry, furniture or something a little more niche, Claremont has it all. You’ll always find what you’re looking for here. These are a few stores we frequent that we think you might also enjoy:
- The Bath Workshop
- Cheese Cave
- Claremont Village
- Folk Music Center
- Packing House Wine Merchants
- Rhino Records
- Studio Claremont
- Tattle Tails
Claremont Real Estate
There are listings in Claremont that can meet any budget. Whether you’re looking for a house under $500,000 or one well over $1,000,000, we can help you find the home you’ve been looking for.
Homes for $500,000 or less are usually between 1,100 to 1,600 square feet. These houses usually have two to three rooms and one to two bathrooms.
The size of the house takes a dramatic jump if you’re looking to spend between $500,000 and $1,000,000: Homes at these prices are usually between 1,800 and 3,000 square feet. They usually have three to four bedrooms and two to three bathrooms.
Homes between $1,000,000 and $2,000,000 are usually around 5,000 square feet, while homes over $2,000,000 are between 5,500 to 8,000 square feet. These homes have between four to seven bedrooms and three to eight bathrooms, on average.
If you’re hoping to buy one of these amazing homes today, give me a call. I can help answer all the questions you might have, and set you on the path toward your dream home.