Pros & Con's of Living in Whittier, California | Thinking about moving?
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Honestly we get so many people calling us who are relocating to Whittier, CA and we absolutely love it. So, if you're thinking of selling or buying make sure to give us a phone call, send us an email, or even a text message or even a lightening bolt, whichever way you'd like to get ahold of us we got your back when moving to Whittier, California. In this video, we're going to talk about the pros and cons of living in Whittier, California. Make sure to watch the entire video through its entirety because at the end, we're going to give you the two cons to living here in Whittier.
pro number one about living in Whittier is that Whittier's centrally located to downtown LA, which is about 30 minutes. There you have the Staple Center, the Coliseum. Additionally, it's about 15 minutes from Orange County where you have Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm.
Coming in at number two, another great thing Whittier is known for is it's beautiful tree lined streets. Our streets are lined with bright lavender jacaranda trees, huge ficus trees, magnolia trees, and maple trees.
Coming in at number three, Whittier has a diversity of neighborhoods and homes. For example, The Historic District, Michigan Park, Friendly Hills, and the Whittwood Heights.
Coming in at number four, new construction. Our city continues to grow and there's a need for more housing. We have new construction such as The Groves in Whittier, the hiking trails, and Candlewood Villas. Coming in at number five is our family favorite Uptown Whittier, which has a diversity of restaurant and foods such as vegan, Indian food, Asian, Mexican food and of course our family's favorite Peruvian food. Uptown Whittier also have plenty of cute shopping boutiques and it's farmer's markets.
Coming in at number five, if you like outdoor recreation we have the Whittier Greenway trails, Turnbull canyon for those hikes, and mountain biking and the Arroyo Pescadero trails off of Colima Road. Willie Garcia: Coming in at number seven, Whittier has four high schools and two colleges. The high schools are Pioneer High School, Whittier High School, California High School, and La Serna High School. Our colleges are Rio Hondo College and Whittier College, where President Nixon attended. Anna Garcia: Coming in at number eight, Whittier has three amazing golf courses. On the east side, we have Friendly Hills Country Club. On the north side we have Whittier Narrows Golf Course and on the south side, we have Candlewood Country Club.
NOW LET'S GET INTO THE CONS
Coming in at number one is a distance to the freeway. Depending on where you live the further east, the farther the freeway can be. If you live in West Whittier, the freeway can definitely be 15 to 20 minutes drive depending on traffic.
Coming in at number two, Whittier Boulevard is the city's main traffic artery. It can become pretty busy during rush hour, so you quickly start to learn all the shortcuts and side streets. Willie Garcia: So, if you're looking for that perfect area, perfect Whittier neighborhood that you're considering moving into or would like to see simply give us a call, send us an email, send us a text message, or even send us a lightening bolt however you'd like to get a hold of us. We got your back when moving into Whittier, California.
So there you have it folks, the pro's and con's of living in Whittier, CA.
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