In the Antelope Valley, one hour north of Los Angeles, we equestrian fans are lucky to have 1-3 acre ranches still available in the middle of town. I live on a 2+ acre ranch two blocks up from the mall, restaurants, and movie theatres. Most people don't even know we are here because construction is being completed a (shopping strip malls and fast food joints) all around us. But here nestled in between city life we have our piece of heaven. People are always shocked when they come to my house. They drive up from the mall on paved roads and pull up to see my five horses. They can't believe that we are zoned for horses so close to the mall.
I realize that we are very lucky to have our ranch and city life too. The AV has grown so much over the past 15 years. When I first moved here there was not even a decent video place in town. K-Mart was the shopping place there was no mall. Since I have seen our community flourish with families and business. We are a hidden treasure offering affordable housing, outdoor activities for the family, and the beauty of the desert.
I am a realtor and now can share my expertise of living on acreage with buyers. I can help facilitate the development of their land for their horses. However some folks just like living on open space and don't have livestock, our neighborhood is a mix of both types of owners.
That is only part of the beauty of the AV. We have many new homes, older homes with land, investment property, and growth that continues even in this market. There are many companies such as UCLA who have a fleet of vanpools for their employees to get back and forth on.
I am happy to answer any and all questions on living in the AV. I help buyers and sellers both with all types of property in our lovely community.
I look forward to meeting people on line! Keep your best hoof forward!