Knowing The Area

Set Your Roots at One of Santa Clarita’s Neighborhoods

At Legacy Street Real Estate, we believe that there is no place like Santa Clarita. It has friendly neighborhoods and some of the best views. Apart from this, the schools are excellent and the housing prices are much more affordable.


Reasons to Get a Property in Santa Clarita

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    Exciting Amusement Parks

    It is known for the Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. You’ll have a thrilling experience in these locations.

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    Historical Landmarks

    Santa Clarita also has Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park where you’ll find prehistoric stone formations. You can also visit the William S. Hart Regional Park, the ranch of a famous silent film star.

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    Fun Recreational Activities

    The Neighborhood Services Department invites you to enjoy approximately 80 miles of picturesque trails and 20 miles of paseos, which are designed for commuting and recreational use. You choose to ride a bike, walk, jog, or skate at these locations.

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    Low Crime Rates

    Santa Clarita has been included in the top 20% of the safest cities in America by the FBI. While you’re living here, you won’t have to worry so much about you and your family’s safety.

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    Easy Traveling

    The regional river trail serves as the backbone of the trail system. With connecting trails, residents can access parks, entertainment, shopping, educational institutions, and employment centers.

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    Convenient Location

    Santa Clarita is also linked to a wide array of other valleys, including the following:

    • San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles Basin (via Newhall Pass to the South)
    • Antelope Valley (via CA 14 Through Soledad Pass to the Northeast)
    • San Joaquin Valley (via I-5 Through Tejon Pass to the Northwest)
    • Leona Valley (via San Francisquito and Bouquet Canyon)

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    Balmy Climate

    Santa Clarita has an average temperature of 77 degrees, making it an ideal year-round Southern California travel destination. The area is generally hot and dry through most of the year, with temperatures ranging from 70 to 100 degrees during the summer, and 40 to 65 degrees during the winter.

About Valencia

We are based in Valencia, one of the neighborhoods in Santa Clarita. It is the most populous of the four unincorporated communities—along with Saugus, Castaic, Newhall, and Canyon Country—that merged to create the city of Santa Clarita in 1987.

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Begin a new life here at Santa Clarita! Reach out to us to learn more about the location.