La Habra Heights is a rare rural oasis of peace and quiet amid wild flowers, black oaks and green wild grasses, surrounded by a community of spectacular homes. The waters of the Pacific and Huntington Beach, the urban business district of Los Angeles and the winter activities of Mt Baldy are all within a short drive.
Centrally located in Southern California, this property sits near the western end of the Puente/Chino Hills, a natural wildlife corridor between the Santa Ana Mountains and the San Gabriel River but is close enough for commutes into downtown L.A. or Orange County beaches. Snow skiing at Wrightwoood is approximately an hour drive and Palm Springs is less than 2 hours away.
Rural setting yet surrounded by multi-million dollar homes
One-acre zoning ensures the community is protected from the overcrowding and traffic congestion facing many modern housing developments. La Habra Heights Community Center and Park host monthly activities as well as three horse shows per year featuring the local Highland Riders Club. Nearby Hacienda Golf Club boasts a clubhouse, lakes and an 18-hole course on one of the oldest and most picturesque properties in Southern California.
La Habra Heights was once considered the Second Beverly Hills and has a rich history of celebrity residents and wealthy community leaders. Today, many of the historic residences have been replaced with spectactular modern mansions owned by those who appreciate the rural atmosphere and seclusion afforded by spacious, one-acre+ parcels.
Shopping and services are just minutes away
Unlike many rural-living experiences that may require a long drive to reach nearby services, 365 Skyline is just a brief 5-10 minutes away from banking, fuel, groceries, popular area restaurants, shopping, and World-Class Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital and Trauma Center.
The city of La Habra and surrounding of areas of Whittier, Rowland Heights and Hacienda Heights have experienced phenomenal growth and urban renewal in the past 5 years, putting 365 Skyline in the center one of the most lively, family-friendly communities in Southern California.