Redlands Homes Real Estate
Once the center of the largest navel-orange producing region in the world, Redlands is a small town with a strong sense of community. Redlands is nicknamed “the jewel of the Inland Empire,” and that name rings true with all Redlands residents. One of the key features of Redlands is its palm trees that line many of its streets.
In addition to its bustling downtown district and vibrant shopping areas, Redlands also shows its historic roots through structures and monuments throughout the town. A.K. Smiley Public Library, built in 1898 is on the National Register of Historic Places and is also a California Historical Landmark. South Redlands is home to many historical houses and mansions, including the Edwards Mansion built in 1890, Kimberly Crest House built in 1897, Morey Mansion built in 1890.
Redlands’ central location within the Inland Empire gives it access to many Inland Empire staples such as the San Bernardino County Museum, Victoria Gardens shopping mall, and Ontario Airport. Redlands is also home to Hangar 24, a craft brewery that is a local and national favorite.
There is something for everyone is Redlands: farmland, citrus groves, and suburban neighborhoods provide ample choice for those looking to purchase a home in Redlands. Redlands has 15 elementary schools, five middle schools, and four high schools.